Disneyland- Quick Tips What To Eat

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Disneyland- Quick Tips what To Eat
What is your tip:)
For dietary restriction – We can always request for substitute.
They have soy milk, tofu, beans, edamame, no wheat kind of food, Almond milk, vegan, vegetarian food.
We are 99% vegan but for 1% we eat yogurt, drink milk or eat ice cream.
Since 1994 we are visiting Disneyland.
Somehow we manage to get our choice food in Disneyland. We all love Disneyland:)

Corn Dogs.
Mickey Bar.
Monte Cristo Sandwich.
Plaza Inn Fried Chicken.
Mickey Beignets.
Mint Julep.
Matterhorn Macaroon.
Loaded Funnel Cakes.

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Heidi Schoening
3 weeks ago
The Plaza Restaurant is great! And actually pretty fairly priced. My family of 4 ate there last June for under $60.00. Not bad for table service, especially when the food and service were great!

Caleb Nielson
4 weeks ago
Sleepy Hollow is definitely a tradition for me and my family. We love it there! I’m definitely going to to try Friars Nook. 😁

Magic with Luna
3 weeks ago
My home park is Disneyland, but I went to Disney World a few months ago. My dad was going to get chicken and waffles at Sleepy Hollow, but we ended up getting something different. We missed out! Also, going to Disneyland in a week, so I’m so excited! Love your videos!

Nicole Ernst Boris
4 weeks ago
Don’t miss Sleepy Hollow – best savory snacks and sweet treats in the Magic Kingdom IMHO 🙂

BB-8’s Channel
4 weeks ago
I was staying at a wilderness lodge and one time for breakfast I had the loaded mickey waffles and they were sooo good totally recommend this place.

David Black-Disalvo
4 weeks ago
That thick Lion King cookie looks really good.

Tripin with Red
3 weeks ago
Love these locations. Sleepy Hollow is my favorite. Boma breakfast is our favorite but never tried the zebra snacks. Looks great. We thought the Mara food was ok but limited. The bake goods are incredible though. Dole Whip is a must. Haven’t had the raspberry yet. Kona is always our stop for coffee so looking forward to a fun snack. Thanks for sharing.

Jeffrey P
4 weeks ago
Sleepy Hollow is a must-do whenever we visit MK. The ice cream sandwich is the best!

Sorcerer Heidi
3 weeks ago
Great job as always, AJ! I used to try to get on the property at both AKL and WL at least once a trip – to soak up the gorgeous ambiance, watch the animals (AKL, of course!), and of course – EAT! I actually talked by the phone several times to the pastry chef who invented zebra domes. It was my friend’s birthday, and I asked him to make her a huge zebra dome instead of a birthday cake for us to have for dessert when I treated her at Jiko. He was REALLY nice and invited me to tour his kitchen sometimes, but our timelines never matched up.

GetSniped Ha
4 weeks ago
I love these videos I have watched them every day for the last 200 days since we first planned our trip and I love it but my mom has celiac disease which means she can’t have gluten I don’t know if there is a video for gluten-free snacks but I would love if mabee at one point you could make one or show me the one u have already made 😂😀

Megan Massey
Megan Massey
2 weeks ago
Can you get just an appetizer or dessert at a table-service restaurant, or is that frowned upon? Like, can I just go to The Plaza Restaurant for a milkshake?

3 weeks ago
Hey AJ can you do a snack video of free-from foods, please?? The food always looks amazing but having a dairy-free daughter I’m hoping to find something she can snack on that’s not just a cookie, for her first-ever Disney trip next year X.

Elaina Salerno
Elaina Salerno
3 weeks ago
Could you do suggestions for those with dietary limitations? I am going to Disney with the family next year and can’t eat foods with fortified ingredients for medical reasons which essentially forces me into a paleo type of diet (ie no pretty much no grains unless I know for certain they are not processed). It would be awesome to not have to be thinking super hard about everything single thing I eat and know ahead of time what some good options might be.

Annette Hopkins
3 weeks ago
I used to work at Walt Disney World during the ’90s. I haven’t been back since 1999 (although I did go to Disneyland and a Disney cruise). Anyway, my sister and I loved to go to the Plaza for lunch. We would get a sandwich (I forgot what kind) with German Potato Salad. We would split it so we could share a Sundae. We always got the Peach Melba. I’m guessing they no longer have it, but it was our favorite. We also like eating at the Crystal Palace until they changed it to a character dining buffet. We always got a child’s size chicken dinner (which I loved since I never mastered making gravy). That was like going to Grandma’s house. I saw your tip on another video about splitting meals or getting children’s meals. My sister and I often did that since we’re only 4’11” and the regular portions are way too large for us.

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Sokie Cribbs
2 years ago
Stage Door Cafe is in Frontierland.

2 years ago
My tip is to eat at the Earl of Sandwich before you enter the park it is in downtown Disney cheaper and yummy.

Mariel ME
2 years ago
also really great is the clam chowder in a bread bowl in New Orleans Square near the pirates of the Caribbean exit.

Ashley Linares
2 years ago
you should do a video about a must-try food video in California adventure.

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Holly Owens
Holly Owens
2 years ago
The nachos blooper with the lion king music interrupting was funny af 😂

2 years ago

Lauri Carlson
1 year ago
I have popcorn at the Disneyland resort in Anaheim California this year.

Space Tree
2 years ago
You can also get the corn dog at the hungry bear. At least I did when I went in Feb 2017.

via ‪‎Mary’s Disney Tips‬: What To Eat? Pt. 1 — CBS San Francisco


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Vegan 🌱

Vegan refers to a person who follows this way of eating or to the diet itself. Being a vegan is a moral and based on healthy choice.
The vegan diet doesn’t use animal-derived food or use animal products or byproducts and eats only plant-based foods.
In addition to not eating meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, or dairy, vegans avoid using products made from animal sources, such as fur, leather, and wool.
According to Wiki, “Veganism is the practice of avoiding the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals. A follower of the diet or the philosophy is known as a vegan”.
The strict vegan and vegetarian refrains from consuming animal consuming animal products, not only meat but also eggs, dairy products, and other animal-derived substances.
We always use the term called environmental veganism. This is mainly avoidance of animal products on the premise. We can protect the animals that the industrial farming of animals is environmentally damaging and unsustainable.
Vegan can eat wheat and rice, pasta, bread, pizza. If the original dough is vegan, the sauce is vegan and they have a garden fresh vegetarian or vegan Pizza which can be made without the cheese or vegan cheese, flour, water, and salt.
Some vegan eats Yeast, it is a single-celled organism that’s classified as a fungus, which makes it 100 percent vegan-friendly.

If you’d like to become a vegan or vegetarian, you have a purpose or reason.
First, try some food, read and learn differences in food.
Watch how people cook food, ask so many questions.
If you like food find recipes follow the ingredients list.
Goto the farmers market buy vegetables. Try to cook easy food first.
If you want you can buy a similar kind of flavor in vegan form.

Vegans eat lots of whole grains and pasta because these foods are high energy foods and also contain surprisingly high levels of protein in certain cases.
Pasta is high energy foods and also contain surprisingly high levels of protein and fiber in certain cases.
Peanut butter, almond, sunflower, cashew butter are a simple mixture of ground peanuts and salt. Others might also contain oil or added sugar.
Some vegan doesn’t allow ‘HONEY”.
Vegans do not eat animals or use animal products, typically for ethical or environmental reasons. While bees make honey themselves, which is an animal product, whether you consume it or not depends on your beliefs as a vegan.

The key is to eat a varied diet. Almost all foods have some good quality.
Please eat healthy diet vegan, non-vegan.
A vegan diet should have iron, calcium, vitamin D, vitamin B12, and omega-3 fatty acids, Iodine, Iron, Calcium, Zinc.
Vitamin D3 can be derived from an animal source (such as sheep’s wool).

Vegan food has different variety as a source of protein. True vegan never eats eggs. Vegan Foods that Build Lean Muscle-
Lentils, all kind of beans, tofu, peas, peanut butter, almond butter, soy milk, spinach, rice, anything with whole wheat, potatoes, broccoli, kale, carrot, hemp seed, cashew, pumpkin seed.

Going vegan has lots of health benefits, like lowering the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes.
It certainly can reduce your risk not a 100 percent.
According to some research statistics, vegans have a lower BMI (height-to-weight ratio) than others.
The basic drinks are vegan. Get yourself a hot or an iced coffee or espresso drink made with nondairy milk and any flavored sweetener syrup (like vanilla, caramel, or hazelnut). Hot or iced tea is always vegan.

Good vegetarian sources of protein to keep your young athlete strong include,
Nuts and nut kinds of butter, Seeds, Beans, and lentils, Whole Grains, Tofu, and soy milk. Protein analogs (i.e. veggie burgers) Heme, Protein bars.
The heme molecule in plant-based heme is identical to the heme molecule found in meat. To produce heme protein from non-animal sources, Impossible Foods selected the leghemoglobin molecule found naturally in the roots of soy plants.
Non-heme iron is found in plant-based foods like grains, beans, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds.

Vegan Cereals-
365 Everyday Value Organic Morning O’s.
Barbara’s Original Puffins, Kellogg’s Mini-Wheats Unfrosted Bite Size.
Kashi Organic Island Vanilla.
Cascadian Farm Organic Cinnamon Crunch.
Cascadian Farm Organic Fruitful O’s.
Kashi 7 Whole Grain Puffs.
Nature’s Path Rice Puffs.

Vegan Meat Brands
Beyond Meat. This innovative company is single-handedly changing the vegan meat game, Gardein, Tofurky, Field Roast, Yves Veggie Cuisine, Trader Joe’s, Lightlife, Boca Burger.

Vegan Drinks to Keep You energetic
Creamy Vegan Hot Chocolate
Maple Gingerbread Latte
Mulled Cranberry Cider
Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte
Vegan Peppermint Drinking Chocolate.
Vegan Chai Latte, Gatorade, Campbell’s soup.
The Coca-Cola Company claims that the “vast majority” of their drinks are vegan.




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