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The annual   Dine Out Vancouver Festival   is almost at a close (the last day is Jan 31st), and I definitely got to try my fair share of food.  Barre Fitness tasked me with covering some of the healthier, sustainable, and of course delicious, options at some of Vancouver’s best and newest establishments.  Here are the posts for the following restaurants, with my favourite dish from each:   Zend   - Herbed & Mole Spiced Tomato Truffles   Forage   - Chermoula Spiced Ancient Grains   Juniper   - Vegan Peanut Butter Nanaimo Bar   ORU   - Foraged Mushroom Tart   I already can’t wait until next year!

The annual Dine Out Vancouver Festival is almost at a close (the last day is Jan 31st), and I definitely got to try my fair share of food.

Barre Fitness tasked me with covering some of the healthier, sustainable, and of course delicious, options at some of Vancouver’s best and newest establishments.

Here are the posts for the following restaurants, with my favourite dish from each:
Zend - Herbed & Mole Spiced Tomato Truffles
Forage - Chermoula Spiced Ancient Grains
Juniper - Vegan Peanut Butter Nanaimo Bar
ORU - Foraged Mushroom Tart

I already can’t wait until next year!

“New Year, New You” and all that jazz. I’m mostly concerned with getting my knee back into some kind of shape (I was hit by a car in October).   Luckily   Barre Fitness   is doing another challenge: 20 classes in 30 days.  Top that off with my blogging for them, I’ll be eating clean as well. Which is good after a month of traveling in Europe and Ontario. Speaking of which, I’ll be posting photos from my trip up here soon. Keep an eye out this week and the next.  The above photo is from the recipe I put up today on Barre for an   Overnight Oats and Kiwi breakfast - the recipe is HERE if you’re keen on those ingredients  . It was tasty, and simple.  Happy New Year and good luck with all of your goals for 2016!

“New Year, New You” and all that jazz. I’m mostly concerned with getting my knee back into some kind of shape (I was hit by a car in October).

Luckily Barre Fitness is doing another challenge: 20 classes in 30 days.

Top that off with my blogging for them, I’ll be eating clean as well. Which is good after a month of traveling in Europe and Ontario.
Speaking of which, I’ll be posting photos from my trip up here soon. Keep an eye out this week and the next.

The above photo is from the recipe I put up today on Barre for an Overnight Oats and Kiwi breakfast - the recipe is HERE if you’re keen on those ingredients. It was tasty, and simple.

Happy New Year and good luck with all of your goals for 2016!