The majority of the time, we were staying in La Fortuna, so all the food discussed below are in that area.
A Moveable Feast– This is a natural food store with a restaurant inside. It is near where my cousin lives in Houston and I had been wanting to try it for a very long time. I finally did and I was a little disappointed by how bland it was. I got the Happy Veggie Patty Plate with marinara sauce. I am hoping that if I go back and try something different, it will be better.
Rabbit Food Grocery– This is a vegan specialty store. I will drive to Austin, just to pick up things I struggle to find at a normal grocery store. Because it is a small specialty store, it can be a bit on the expensive side. However, it is nice to be able to eat anything in a store.
Mother’s Cafe– This is an entirely vegetarian and vegan restaurant. The first time I went I got the Vegetable Medley. It was a little on the plan side, but still good. Additionally, I had the delicious Belgium Chocolate Cake.
The second time I went, I got the Spicy Tempeh Enchilada, which comes with a side salad. Even before I was vegan, I wasn’t much of an Enchilada fan, but I wanted to try something new. It wasn’t bad and you will probably like it if you like Enchiladas.
First Watch– I have only ever gone to First Watch for breakfast and have had the following things.
Both of their fresh juices are delicious: Morning Mediation & Kale Tonic
A.M. Superfoods Bowl: This is a delicious coconut milk chia seed pudding. It also comes with a side of toast with topped with almond butter. The first time I went, I was told the bread wasn’t vegan, so I swapped it for a side of fruit. The second time, I was told it was.
I have also gotten a side of the First Watch Potatoes. They are some really good potatoes.
The Village Cafe– They were very polite and helpful when I told them I was vegan. I ordered the Asian Cabbage Slaw salad with Hummus and Pita Bread. It was an odd combination on my part, but both were very delicious.
I am a college student and sometimes want pizza, but don’t want to pay for Pizza Hut, Blaze, Domino’s. Etc.. Also, in College Station, I haven’t been about to find the Daiya frozen pizza that I like yet, so recently, I decided to just make my own with stuff I had on hand already.
I went to Canada for 2 weeks with my family in May. This was right before I decided to commit to making this blog, so I will share the foods I actually took pictures of.