'Health is found at the supermarket'

Sarah Britton bucks the trend of time-consuming, expensive ‘clean eating’

PHOTO: Sarah Britton; "The sauce is a riff on peanut sauce, with ginger, lime, and maple syrup for sweetness," Britton writes of her Cool It Noodle Salad.
Laura Brehaut, Postmedia News
Originally published on March 22, 2017; National Post
If you can't find it at No Frills, you won't find it in Sarah Britton's latest cookbook, Naturally Nourished. Although she lives in Copenhagen with her husband and their son, the Canadian holistic nutritionist and author used the discount supermarket chain as her model.
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National Post: March 30, 2017; page B3
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