It's been a delicious week at Canadian Living's headquarters. We made homemade almond milk then whipped together some chickpea salad. And we learned about our colons —that wasn't really delicious, but definitely informative. Here's a recap of the most popular posts from this week, in case you missed them. 1. Make your own mayonnaise You can of course buy mayo from the store, but why would you when you can whip up your own at home? Our Facebook reader Karen H shared that she never liked mayonnaise until she made her own homemade version. 2. Colon cancer: What you need to know March is colon cancer awareness month, but just because March is over doesn't mean we should stop highlighting the importance of colonoscopies. Colon cancer isn't just a disease that strikes older people, more and more young people are being diagnosed with it in Canada. Our Facebook reader Mairi C shared that she was diagnosed with colon cancer at just 27! So don't avoid colonoscopies, especially if you have a family history of the disease. Check out our article to find out more about risk-factors and symptoms. 3. How to make almond milk There was a lot of love this week for homemade food. A lot of people didn't realize you can make your own almond milk. Our Food Editor makes almond milk every week and says she can basically do it with her eyes closed since she's done it so many times. 4. Chickpea Salad With Lemon Yogurt Dressing Yum! That was what we kept hearing after we posted this chickpea salad as our Recipe of the Day. And we agree, this healthy salad is delicious. Reader Sandra S shared that she had tried it and loved it. "All the healthy things and so simple," she said. This salad is the perfect food to bring for lunch! 5. How to make perfect baked potatoes To end our delicious week of food tips, we showed you how to make baked potatoes that are crispy on the outside and deliciously fluffy on the inside. It was so fun to see all our readers chiming in with their favourite toppings for their spuds. And to hear the stories of exploding potatoes!