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Stephanie Kay Nutrition

DSC_0199_editcropHave questions about nutrition? Looking for a tour of the farmers’ market? Want to know how to maximize the nutritional value in your diet?

Stephanie Kay is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist based in Ottawa, with a passion for food and eating local. Her approach to nutrition is simple and sustainable, she believes in real food first: eating fresh, whole foods, and cooking with real ingredients. She works with clients to identify and correct the nutritional root causes of illness, and works with whole foods and natural supplements to develop a plan that will help restore balance for the individual.

As a graduate of the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and Registered Holistic Nutritionist (R.H.N.), Stephanie is trained to educate individuals and groups about the benefits and health impact of optimal nutrition and works with her clients at her practice, Stephanie Kay Nutrition, on an individual basis to address their unique nutritional needs.

 

Bytown Chefs Collective

The Bytown Chefs Collective is a new initiative created by a group of Ottawa chefs who are focused on creating unique dining events around the National Capital Region to raise funds for local charities.

In early 2015, the seven members of the Bytown Chefs Collective, listed below, teamed up to work as a collaborative group and create unique dining experiences to benefit local charities, beginning with their inaugural event Table Erable this past March.

Stephen La Salle: The Albion Rooms, Novotel Hotel

Kyle Mortimer-Proulx: Lowertown Brewery

Paul Dubeau: Clocktower Brew Pubs

Ian Reed: Courtyard Restaurant

Ian Carswell Wicharuk: KW Catering & Events, National Gallery of Canada 

David Wallace: Around The Block Butcher Shop

Jesse Brent Bell: Dish Catering

 

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  • Hand crafted planters by Wildtree, Christmas Markets 2015 #ottawafarmersmarket #lansdownefarmersmarket

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  • Farmers' markets are a summer and fall staple of community life. The sights and smells of local foods and products sold by the people who grew, raised, or crafted them are sadly harder to find when temperatures drop and the ground is covered with snow and slush. Fortunately in Ottawa, there is ...

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  • The Ottawa Farmers' Market posted a gorgeous glass pendent from an artist named Aurora Dokken. So I took a look at her website and found this. Too beautiful not to share. #paceyourself #thankful #farmersmarketfinds

    Pinned: 4 Apr 2016
  • Next Up the Ottawa Farmers' Market 4th Annual Tomato Festival. Sunday September 7, 2014 (8AM - 3PM) Promises to be delightful.

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  • Cold wet day Ottawa LansdownePark Ottawa Farmers' Mkt but check how great my new banner looks! #local #allNatural #marketLife

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  • Jennifer Barnaby on Instagram: “Can we ever have too many peaches? Nope. Torrie of Warner's Farm brings his delicious, sustainably grown fruit each weekend to sell at 3 of Ottawa's Farmers' markets. They are the one exception to the Markets' 100km rule.”

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  • Apples from Hall's Apple Market. Photo by Katy Watts.

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  • Upper Canada Heritage Meat is just one of the wonderful vendors at Ottawa Farmers Market. Heirloom breeds of livestock like the Large Black are raised using both traditional and modern farming methods. These animals are suited to small farms and sustainable agriculture operations. Shop local!

    Pinned: 4 Apr 2016
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