Healthy Living on The Tracks

I’ve learned a lot in this journey of running my own food truck as well traveling, and recipe testing. I have also done a lot of research for my own health and the health of my family. We have all been on individual journeys, but have ended up doing a few things together. From Whole 30 to Paleo to sharing recipes for meatless Mondays and grain free/sugar-free treats, we all love diving into our health.

You may think, how does being healthy and a food truck have anything to do with one another? Well, I am here to tell you that I am committed to helping each and every one of you live and healthy and full lifestyle. By eating homemade and eating food that is made by people that care about your health, you can really take control of your own health.

I have been cooking for a long time and I know the struggles of eating and cooking for a large family. With 5 kids and a tight budget back then, I am very thankful that none of us suffered from any major health concerns. Learning what I did in culinary school and then by researching and developing menus for my business, I am pleased to say that I have transformed my view on food. I have learned to be a better chef by creating dishes that are both satisfying and craveable and remaining healthy. My family and I will always support each other on whichever health journey we are on. We all have even done Whole 30 together and motivated one another by sending each other recipes and pictures/tips for the entire month. Through this process, I was able to develop some knock out recipes such as grain free tortillas, grain free chips, vegan chocolate cake, keto cookies, date paste for sweetener, grain free bread, and more!

We love food! All food. There’s no question about it. Are pizza, burgers, and sweets off limits? NO! We just pay attention to our bodies and know our own limitations. Listening to how you feel is the most important part.

Healthy living isn’t a new concept. There is always some kind of trend going on and some type of lifestyle to follow. I do know one thing though, whatever type of diet makes you feel good, do it. Whether it is Paleo, Whole 30, KETO, or Vegan. I pride myself in incorporating these options into my menu on The Locomotion Kitchen. What you will get is scratch-made food, organic and local when possible. We always take extra care of our food by triple washing produce and never buying anything artificial. Quality is so very important to me. Be healthy with us!

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