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Mairlyn Smith

I am the only professional home economist in the world who is also an alumnus of the Second City Comedy Troupe, not only do I bring knowledge about foods and nutrition to the table, but I do it with a smile and a giggle.

I’m happy to share recipes.  For permission to use any of my recipes for publication or in your blog or website please shoot me an email mairlyn@mairlynsmith.com.

Or follow me on Twitter or Instagram @MairlynSmith, or Facebook!

Wishing you,
Peace, love and fibre

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chocoalte chip cookies cooling on a rack

Chocolate Chip Cookies with a fibre hit

Whole wheat flour is not a whole grain flour, by adding wheat germ that whole wheat flour becomes a whole grain flour. This is one of my favourite recipes for chocolate chip cookies, I love the crunch…
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whole grain quick bread

Whole Grain Biscuit Bread

Makes – 8-16 pieces This giant whole grain quick bread is easy to make and tastes like a biscuit. Serve it with soup or chili or just as is. Dry Ingredients: 2 ¼ cups whole wheat flour plus extra f…
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a vegetarian main course salald using tofu

Vegetarian Asian Spring Roll Salad

Makes 14 cups Fresh Asian-style Spring Rolls are fabulous to eat, and I order them almost every time I see them on a menu. While I was in recipe development mode for Peace, Love and Fibre I thought, y…
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a plate of jerk chicken with sides

Jerk Chicken with fibre-rich sides

Serves 4-8 Jerk is more than just a highly spiced combination of antioxidant rich green onions, thyme, allspice, cinnamon, nutmeg, and hot spices. It’s a process that doesn’t work if you’re in a…
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Shepherd's Pie using ground turkey or beef and lentils

Shepherd’s Pie with a fibre twist

As the self proclaimed Queen of Fibre adding fibre rich ingredients into your family’s favourite recipes is a great way to bump up their immune supporting fibre intake. I have tweaked the iconic…
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