Disney World Vegan breakfastJune 2, 2015 – 07:57 am

Disney World Vegan breakfast

Most of you already know we just came back from our trip. Are you wondering what it is like to be Vegan in Disney World ? I am about to share with you my meals + some other helpful tips! Being vegan in Disney World can be easy if you plan ahead. This post is kinda long, but there is a lot of good info about Disney, so I recommend reading it all. Planning Ahead Planning ahead is key. If you plan on doing doing some table service meals, those reservations…

Star Wars breakfast Disney WorldAugust 24, 2014 – 01:27 pm

Star Wars breakfast Disney World

When it was announced that Disney would be doing special character meals for – and that an adult breakfast would cost $50 per person AND it would be at the Sci-Fi Dine In restaurant, I was pretty sure I was going to hate everything about it. How could they possibly justify $49.99 per person (for adults) and $31.99 per child (under 9)? And how could anyone expect a meal worth $50 a person to be served at the Sci-Fi Dine in? This review was going to…

Slimming World breakfast and lunch ideasSeptember 2, 2014 – 01:19 pm

Slimming World breakfast and lunch ideas

Heya everyone, It’s that time of the week again, my weekly Slimming World update. I was really good and took Darcy to Trent Park for a long walk, whilst T went for jog. I ended up walking almost 3 miles. I was presently surprised, I could definitely feel a difference in my fitness. We also went out for lunch and I choose the safest thing on the menu jacket potato beans and cheese but I was really good and asked them to served the cheese on the side…

Breakfast over the WorldFebruary 26, 2015 – 04:35 pm

Breakfast over the World

According to Quora user Zhu-Zixin, a typical breakfast in eastern China can include items like dumplings, rice in vegetable soup, fried sponge cake, steamed creamy custard bun, and porridge. 4. France Quora user Sarah-Je notes that a French breakfast includes tea, coffee, juice, or hot chocolate, with bread and butter or pastries. “We only eat sweet food, nothing with salt (no meat, no eggs, unlike people from the UK or USA for example)”, she adds…