Are you bored with general fruits and vegetables lately? Do you want something a little more interesting then the average apple or simple salad?
When you are eating a piece of chicken breast or some leftover pasta do you ever wonder how you could improve the flavor in a fast way that will not make you start from scratch?
In a university filled with gluten-sensitive students, vegetarians, Jews and people who just want to eat something delicious exist, there is one food that rises above all else: hummus.
Campus food is, well, nothing special. It’s okay for a while but let’s face it, we all need some options when it comes to food every now and then. When you get tired of eating the same thing night after night, check out these off-campus restaurants to satisfy any craving.
As the saying goes, “you are what you eat,” but how about what you don’t eat? While cutting out carbohydrates from a diet might whittle down one’s mid-section, it could leave people with decreased memory skills, according to a study by Tufts University.
With 11 acres, a van named Helmut “the tank” Lopez and fresh, and organic produce daily, the Cal Poly Organic Farm is different from your average farm. “Our mission is to educate students about sustainable farming,” said manager Cindy Douglas. “It’s not about selling vegetables.”
The Nutrition Club at Cal Poly is addressing rising concerns about obesity in America by developing programs, such as Pink and Dude Chefs, urging people to live a healthy lifestyle.
In this economy, campus food seems to be getting more and more expensive for students who don’t have a meal plan or extra dollars. However, there are some meal deals to be found if you look in the right places.