Ah, yes: Texas. The big ole mind boggling massive expanse of mostly wide open country and few scattered cities, all with, ahem, a personality all to its own. You either love it or hate it -- or, most likely, love and hate it. But if there's one thing to always love, it's good food. And Texas has some great eats. So let's get down to it.
For the record, at this point in time I enjoy a pescetarian and gluten-free diet, which for me features environmental, moral, and health benefits. So I didn't exactly go digging into some Texas barbecue or other meat-centric dishes associated with the region, and it turns out that Texas has much more to offer than just beef or pork.
Additionally, the scope of nutrition extends far beyond simply being a foodie, and so this story starts in our public school system (but ends with some pure foodie-ism, so hang tight!)
(Yep, my best skyline photo also happens to have a light pole smack in the middle.)
eat yer veggies
Caylee Clay is a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist & yoga teacher specializing in psoriasis, Candida albicans, autoimmune disease, & food sustainability. By following her own health path with a goal of naturally putting her psoriasis into remission, she is a top resource for other psoriasis sufferers who are dissatisfied with the Western medicine approach to treating autoimmune disease. Also, she believes that healthy living & sustainability go hand-in-hand — every bite you take has the power to improve both the world and your health!