How to Eat a Sunrise Natural Food on a Budget
In Vancouver, sunrises are always a challenge.
A typical sunrise day in the city’s Downtown Eastside, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’re in the middle of a snowstorm.
It’s actually the opposite, with a low-pressure system, which helps prevent the city from getting too cold.
So, when the sun rises, it’s a good time to try some sunrises.
The city’s natural foods shop at First & Second, which specializes in natural foods like mushrooms, chives, kale, and peaches, is an exception.
The shop specializes in organic foods like raw milk and cheese.
But that’s about the extent of the store’s selection, which includes a whole lot of traditional foodstuffs, such as organic fresh fish, vegetables, and herbs.
We headed over to First &amost; Second for a taste of the fresh fish on offer.
First &s; Second’s seafood menu has something for everyone: fresh salmon, salmon with krill, sardines, and oysters; char siu (prawns with sardine, sesame oil, and ginger), chicken with roasted garlic, scallops, shrimp, and sardins; and shrimp with sesame seed sauce.
In addition to the typical seafood dishes, there are some interesting treats too.
For starters, the shop offers the famous green tea ice cream, which is actually a type of gelato.
When we sampled it, the texture was slightly different from the ice cream at the rest of the shop, and the taste was just a tad sweeter.
We were pleasantly surprised.
For the seafood, the store offers a selection of sardinias, shrimp fritters, and even fish nuggets.
The latter are a bit salty and crunchy, but it’s good to try it if you’re not a fan of sarsaparilla ice cream.
There are also some other interesting options, like fresh salmon with sago bean and garlic sauce, or sardino and chinese green tea, which come with a sweet potato, green bean, and garlic rice.
All of the seafood we tried were quite tasty.
The store is open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.g. to 4 p.g., and Sunday from 11:30 a.s.m.-3 p.s., Monday through Thursday from 10:30 to 4:30 p.p.
Friday from 10-3 p, and Saturday from 11-5 p.o.m.; and Sunday and Monday from 11.30 a