How to Find Good Food

Yesterday I wrote a post about decent fast food options. I know I know, I totally suck at Fitness.

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If you’ll find it in your heart to forgive me, I’ll do my best to restore some balance to the universe with this post.

How? By sharing a really awesome website I came across yesterday. It’s called EatWellGuide.org.

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EatWellGuide.org landing page

The premise: EatWellGuide.org helps you locate local healthy options. All you do is put in your Zip Code, town, or City.

Why I like It: 

  • I’ve been struggling to find a local Farmer’s Market. Even though I live just outside the city, I live just outside the city. So it’s a schlep to buy food there and bring it over on pubic transport.
  • It’s easier to use than Google Maps because the search is narrower.

Potential Downfall:

  • It seems like it may be focused on certain geographical areas, but I’m not 100% sure.
  • Try it out and see if it works for you!

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6 thoughts on “How to Find Good Food”

      1. It’s local, yes. I used the service for a number of years before I had room enough for my own garden. The veggies were high quality, and wild meats were effin’ delicious!

        If you don’t have a service like this available in your area I’d be surprised! I don’t live in a very densely populated part of Canada, and this is 1 of 3 local companies that provide this service.

        Happy hunting!

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  1. That site is a great thing. I am lucky enough to live so far out the city that I can buy at the farmers’ house directly 🙂
    Which is a good thing because I don ‘t know such a site for our side of the pond 😉

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    1. That’s great. Being able to buy local produce is so wonderful, and some day I’d like to grow some of my own 😀

      But I’ll keep sharing any sites I find, hopefully this one will eventually expand to cover more territory.

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