Recently, Conde Nast Traveler ranked Burlington, Vermont one of the friendliest cities in the U.S. We also think it could be one of the most wellness friendly based on what we've seen through the farmer's markets, proximity to the outdoors, and plant-based food choices.
Two vegan chocolate makers for example sell their delights in the Treatmo market and a much loved 100% plant-based eatery--Pingala Cafe, uses Treatmo pay for ordering and paying by phone. With access at hand, it's time to take advantage.
One way to enhance wellness on a regular basis is through a preset schedule like Sunday night football. For all the noshing going on every Saturday and Sunday throughout football season, pro and college, it is possible to improve health and not forgo the fun. By making minor adjustments to food consumed, you'll experience a difference in a short time.
Which brings us to this post. The active and intellectual energy of Burlington, VT, and friendliness of the community, puts us in the path of many interesting people on Treatmo, including @NaturallyVeganEwa. A recent snap by Ewa on Instagram got us thinking about healthy reboots of game day food faves.
One of the most popular? Nachos, of course--loaded with guac, swimming in salsa and dripping with cheese. Who doesn't love nachos! Pingala Cafe has a glorious recipe as captured below by Ewa--a healthy/fitness educator. Because it's plant based, you give your body power nutrients and energy you won't get from foods that have animal fats which are also harder to digest.
Watch football and feel good too. Order up on Treatmo for takeaway to share at your football party and offer at least one really popular dish that's a bit on the healthier side.
Live near Pingala Cafe? Download the app, and we'll treat you this for your next shindig. It takes only a small bite to make an even bigger difference.
Don't live near Pingala Cafe? Try this delicious looking nacho recipe by The Minimalist Baker.
Feeling really saucy? Try these cauliflower hot wings at your football party.
Looking for more? Try these meat free recipes of game day faves.
Remember it's all in the sauce.