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Paul Huschilt's Expect Everything
On Learning to Walk and Eat this Summer



For most Expect Everything readers, it’s summer.  Here in the mid-section of Canada, we’re off to a great, hot start.  It’s time to be active.  It’s also time to eat right.  The combination is easier than you think. 
 
It just so happens I like to walk.  So, being hot and summer, I found myself walking to get from one appointment to the next.  What a surprise to stumble upon not one but three farmers’ markets in one day.  The first was in the drive of one of the main downtown hospitals.  Another was in a park and yet another at a community centre.  When I see these pop-up food bazaars, I tend to pick up at least something to nibble on and maybe even more to take home for dinner.  Since it’s all local, not only does this support farmers directly, it’s much tastier than from a supermarket. 
 
In these farmers’ markets I also found some prepared things I wasn’t prepared for: Tarts made out of squash, organic mystery bars, and... believe it or not… deep fried kale.  Even if you don’t like kale, you’ll pretty much fall in love with it if it’s deep fried and sold by smiling farmers on a sunny day.
 
All of this healthy or at least interesting food just because it’s easy to walk this time of year.
 
So, it’s time to stop putting on everything just to go outside and stop putting off going outside.  Go for a walk.  And eat fresh summer food, even if a market or three don’t magically appear near you.

Have a great couple of weeks!

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