Eat Better Food

2018 is over, and it's time to see what the New Year has to offer. And one of our favorite things? Looking at the upcoming health food trend predictions! With a new year, also brings new and exciting things to try, and we have some exciting things to obsess over come 2019. Without further ado, here are the health food trends to look out for in 2019.

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Tim Cuff, West Oak's Executive Chef "Eat Better Food" is a recurring feature that highlights the amazing restaurants that use Urban Cultivators and Urban Cultivator-grown greens. leaves Vancouver is in a transitional phase right now. Before, it was a city whose restaurants were solely focused on quality food that was imported from abroad. It wanted the best cheeses from France, the best foie gras from Quebec, the juiciest mangos from Mexico. Now, things are changing. While there is still a very real demand for the same quality food, there's also the understanding that we need to support our local farmers. And what has Vancouver learned? That food that's in season and locally sourced actually tastes better. It's the best that farms could possibly offer. This is the very core of Tim Cuff's approach, West Oak's Executive Chef.