The Galway Food Festival boosts food demonstrations, culinary walking tours, foraging walks, kids pizza materclasses and so much more!! Of course there are also many, many food stalls with a diverse range of products from seaweed to biscuits; chocolate to cheese; kale to honey and cheeses of all shapes and sizes!! Hard for anyone not to find something to tickle the taste buds at this delightful festival.
I was honored to be invited by Galway Now to be a guest blogger on the exclusive Galway Fashion Trail. I have written before about my evolution with these events and my growing love for finding beauty along the way.
As a busy Mumpreneur having healthy delicious food served up to me is a treat in itself. So when we arrived at the Radission Blu in Galway and the menu boasted mango, passion fruit and ginger smoothie, greek yogurt,
In this day and age, when we are surrounded by pollution, the one thing we can control and take care of is what kind of food we eat. Therefore, a lot of people are choosing to eat a bit more expensive organic food rather than conventionally-grown food which is full of various toxic chemicals.
One of the biggest forms of waste in today’s world is the increasing amount of food that’s never eaten. As the world population continues to grow, so does the need for producing enough food to feed everyone.
But approximately 30 percent of the food that’s produced ultimately goes to waste. This results from a number of factors including issues related to the food supply chain.
"Our mission is to reinvent the way you eat desserts, and turn it from a guilty pleasure into a healthy treat".
I had the pleasure of trying some of these delicious treats at the Vegan Xmas Food Stall in Galway recently. I love my guilty pleasure after my dinner each day and, I don't want to eat a substitute that doesn't give me the same satisfaction! I am always on a mission to eat cleaner while at the same time eating tasty food!