View Full Version : Spent 3 days in Disneyland & stayed raw vegan!
05-05-2009, 05:27 PM
Wow! It was easier than I thought it would be! Had a chance to connect with family for 3 days in Disneyland and California Adventure and was really unsure how my eating would work there. They actually sell fresh fruit and veggies, although not organic and definitely not inexpensive. I armed myself with lots of raw snackables, carrots and some interesting wrap ideas. I even caught one guy looking longingly at my kale wrap!:eek:
05-05-2009, 05:30 PM
Good for you! Yes, Disneyland does make it pretty easy to get fresh fruit around the park. The first time I ever attempted raw was at Disneyland! I ended up caving and eating some theme park snackies :rolleyes: but hey, it was my first try and I was 18 and naive lol
05-05-2009, 05:44 PM
Wow that's impressive. I have yet to see any kind of theme park or zoo sell fruits and vegetables here. It's all about fries, hot dogs, pizza and icecream here... lovely...
I'm glad you had fun! Makes me think it'd be easier than I thought to be raw on vacations
05-05-2009, 10:16 PM
Congrats on staying happily raw! It can be hard while traveling, but that's great that there are lots of fruits and veggies at disneyland.
Oh you RAWK!!
I would have fallen at the ice cream shop, :o
05-05-2009, 10:43 PM
Thanks for the kudos!
The hardest part was indeed when my daughter put an ice cream bar in my face and asked if I wanted a bite. Then she quickly remembered and whisked it away before I could cave. I think that trip had an impact on her as she is now looking at giving up meat. She's not up to giving up white flour, sugar, or cheese just yet though.
05-06-2009, 01:02 AM
I looove the ice cold fruit they sell, esp. the pineapple! I'm drooling just thinking of it!:p
05-06-2009, 04:22 AM
DisneyLand has always had great marketing. See a need and feel the void. There are so many different people with different food needs today. Glad you RAWked at Dissy. Your Daughter's a Keeper.
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