About HAAF

I am a highly imaginative individual who is not scared of experimenting in the kitchen. My mantra is, “If I made it, I have to eat it”. A recent graduate of McGill University with a degree in psychology, I have lived in Nicaragua, France and Italy. I am currently pursing a degree at Concordia University, in the Fine Arts. I believe that “we are what we eat” in every which way, my different diets and ways of eating, as well as varying locations throughout my university years have shown me that, for better or worse.

I have complied many recipes some of Grandma’s favorites, some everyday classics and some adventurous experiments of my own. I try to follow the primal blueprint at all times on occasion I fail. I succeed 80% of the time and it feels pretty good. Join me on this flavorful adventure to a healthy life in Montreal.


4 Responses to “About HAAF”

  1. Sarah K. May 25, 2010 at 4:13 PM #

    Hey Helen,

    I’m a fellow food-lover always looking for new things to try in the kitchen, I love this!!!!


  2. Doug @ Health Habits July 28, 2010 at 11:47 AM #

    Hi HAAF,

    It’s Doug from HealthHabits.

    The reason I am emailing you is that I have just begun the process of recruiting authors for a Paleo E-Cookbook.

    My aim is to combine the best recipes from the best Paleo-Foodie bloggers into a free ebook that the authors can distribute on their blogs and I would love to have some of your Paleo-Recipes recipes in the book.

    I have had great success with my previous ebook – “A Paleo Diet for the 21st Century” ebook (I have uploaded over 5000 copies – ergo 5000 emails) and I think we could replicate that success with a Paleo Cookbook

    Here is some more info about the project

    Click to access Paleo%20E-Cookbook.pdf

    If you’re interested, shoot me an email and if you know of any other Paleo foodies who might be interested, please spread the word.

    Best Regards,

    Douglas Robb – Health Habits

  3. JP August 21, 2010 at 5:39 PM #

    How come I did not know about this blog yet?

    You are very lucky to have lived in all those places. I personally lived in France for a year when I was younger. I loved it!

    It was nice to get to know you a bit better…and thanks for the recipes. I will have to try some pretty soon!

  4. Evelyn April 23, 2013 at 1:53 PM #

    Woohoo! Finally a local resource! I am also a Montrealer and after completing a W30, seriously want to get my whole family onboard for a more primal way of eating. So glad to have found someone who may have info on local resources to help me along….

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