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Vancouver Cheap Eats: Healthy food

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DH Vancouver Staff Jan 08, 2016 10:00 am

One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to eat healthier. However, cleaner diets are often allusive to spending more money. But not to worry, we’ve got you covered. To help fulfil your 2016 goals, here are our picks for Vancouver’s top healthy cheap eats.

Saj & Co.

Hidden on the corner of Davie and Howe, Saj & Co offers traditional Lebanese inspired fare using natural ingredients. If you’re craving something light, try the Zaatar herbal mix on organic rye and buckwheat dough for $6.50.

Address: 813 Davie Street
Phone: 604-559-2447

Freshii

At Freshii, you can master the art of creating your own salad, wrap, bowl or soup to your heart’s content for under $10.

Address: 1185 West Georgia (Click here for more locations)
Phone: 604-558-1522

Indigo Age Cafe

With a menu being exclusively gluten-free and vegan, this cafe is a buzz for health nuts around the city. Filled with antioxidants and fibre, the Acai Sunrise Bowl for $8 is a great alternative to start your day.

Address: 436 Richards Street
Phone: 604-622-1797

 

Radicle Juice

Portable and full of vital daily nutrients, the smoothie has become an essential breakfast or snack for Vancouverites. At Radicle Juice, all of their smoothies are $7.25 for 16oz with popular flavours such as the Knockout or Havana.

Address: 3088 Main Street
Phone: 604-879-2639

Tractor Foods

From breakfast to baked goods, you can chow down at Tractor Foods for $10 or less. A must try are the stews like the Thai Veggie with organic tofu, cauliflower, chick peas, kale and peppers.

Address: 1903 West 4th Avenue
Phone: 604-222-2557

Address: 335 Burrard Street
Phone: 604-979-0500

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