Posted by: mtncharm | February 12, 2016

Slope side veggie eating on Whistler Mountain

Looking for veggie and vegan foods while you are skiing/boarding on Whistler Mountain? Try Raven’s Nest at the top of the Creekside Gondola on Whistler Mountain. They recently received a PETA Proggy Award in the category of Vegan-Friendly Slope-Side Dining. Here is an article with the chef Wolfgang Steer.

Posted by: mtncharm | January 28, 2016

Pique’s Best of Whistler 2015


You can see here how Whistler voted in Pique Magazine’s Best of Whistler 2015 restaurants and cafes category. Looks like I am not the only one that loves the Green Moustache.

Posted by: mtncharm | February 16, 2015

From the Globe and Mail: a holistic visit to Whistler

From the Feb 13, 2015 edition of the Globe and Mail, here are some suggestions for a holistic trip to Whistler:

holistic Whistler

Posted by: mtncharm | December 30, 2013

The new kid on the block in Whistler: The Green Moustasche

Yeah, a new local organic juice. smoothie and live food bar in Whistler called the Green Moustache. What a great addition to the healthy eating scene in Whistler. Handy location right in the Marketplace. Great to see locally owned independent businesses opening up in Whistler, please do support them!

122-4340 Lorimer Road, Whistler, BC / 604-962-3727

Posted by: mtncharm | December 30, 2013

Looking for a great meal, make the trip to Pemberton

For the healthy foodies out there, make the trip to Pemberton to eat at Solfeggio – lunch or dinner. This place is the real deal when it come to whole foods.

109-7433 Frontier St. Pemberton, BC

2016 update > In Dec 2015, a fire in the building that housed Solfeggio closed Solfeggio restaurant temporarily (they hope to open in the spring) but you can find food from Solfeggio at Olives Community Market, the Naked Sprout and the cafe at Scandinave Spa in Whistler (you can go to the cafe without paying to go into the spa – but I do highly recommend the spa too!)

Posted by: mtncharm | December 14, 2012

Local foodie Christmas gifts

Check out this Whistler Questions article for some great local food gifts.

Posted by: mtncharm | September 20, 2012

Connection Cafe at the PassivHaus

Have you had a chance to try out the little Cafe in The Lost Lake PassivHaus yet? A nice addition to the Whistler healthy eating scene. They offer local and organic products and have gluten free options. they have grilled paninis and wraps as well as in shop made salsa and hummus for snack plates. Their food is nitrate and preservative free.

Posted by: mtncharm | September 19, 2012

Some great vegan suggestions in Vancouver

OK, this is a little out of scope for this blog, but Veg News recently published some great vegan food choices in Vancouver. Some if them aren’t the healthiest (donuts!), but some are for sure, And it’s nice to see East is East on the list – definitely one of my favourite Vancouver restaurants for healthy food.

Posted by: mtncharm | April 3, 2012

RootDown Organic Farm harvest box program

Hey Pemberton and Whistler locals – RootDown Organic Farm is a small organic farm in Pemberton. They have a weekly harvest box program. It’s a $25 mix of organic vegetables, all grown on their farm,  for a 15 week period throughout the growing season.  Check out the details on the RootDown website click on the CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) page.

Posted by: mtncharm | April 3, 2012

Farmers Markets in the Sea to Sky

The Whistler Farmers market is fabulous. Great variety of food and arts & crafts. It’s gets busy and I suggest getting their early as some vendors sell out as the day goes on.

Every Sunday from June 17 – Oct 8. In the Upper Village.

There’s will also be a Wednesday evening market from 3 pm until 7 pm at the base of Blackcomb Mountain from July 4th to August 29th.

The Squamish Farmers Market is every Sat from 10:00 – 3:00 pm May 12 – October 27 in downtown Squamish. Check their website for details on their winter farmer’s market too.

Pemberton also has a Farmers Market. Check out the Pemberton Farmers Institute website for details.

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