Finding a good place to eat is like searching for a partner – you have to go through a lot until you find a winner. Thankfully, more and more restaurants, cafes, and street carts are adding high quality, good tasting, allergen-free friendly items to their menu for all us folk looking for a healthful dinning out experience.
Not only that, but more and more new companies are popping up that have a passion for delivering wholesome products that everyone can feel good about eating.
Here are a couple of gems I’ve found that are supporting my pursuit to health.
Las Vegas was never high on my list of places to check out. The booze, gambling, endless buffets, shopping, cigarette smoke… It sounded horrible.
Have you ever stared in the face of a radish and said, either in your head or out loud (no judgement), ‘What am I going to do with you?!’ Do you reach for a fresh piece of fruit instead of a bag of celery sticks because celery is, well, kinda boring? Have you, consciously or…
Do you have a bucket list? You know, the things you want to be, do and experience while you’re still alive and kicking? Besides touring Africa, diving off the coast of Thailand or living in a cabin in the middle of nowhere, I have a couple of silly food-related dreams on my list.
I was on a mission to find some of the coolest gluten-free eating spots while we made our way across the country last week. It’s not every day that you get to visit 5 states and 3 provinces. I had a restaurant list ready and raring to go!
There’s nothing quite like packing up your life, stuffing your dogs, boyfriend and some luggage in a small vehicle, and proceeding to drive for 7 days. 3,4000 kilometers down, 500 to go on our Cross Canada (turned Cross United States when we realized just how huge Ontario was) adventure from Montreal Quebec to Calgary Alberta.