Me again!! I love adding discussion.. can ya tell?!?!?
Ok so our Disney World trip is coming up soooon... it's for 9 days... I am starting to prepare "foodwise" since that is all I really care about at the moment :) I actually had dates sent from the Bautista Family to our hotel :) Veryyyyyy happy bout that! I know I will not be blendering at all.. So I am trying to plan how to get an abundance of food there. We mostly go to buffets anyway, so I am set there with fruits and veggies, I called the "special dinners" and requested fruits and veggies only for me..
Ok so annoying question time.... I am wondering; b-fast... can I start with melon and then go straight to other fruits? Should I not worry about fruit combining while I'm there? I don't wanna be bloated or un~comfy either. I could just live on dates all day and then fruit and veggies galore at night right?!?!? Should I skip their nanas all together since they will be bright yellow and unripe for sure?? I mean I will grab some and stick them in the room, to ripen...
My family is already making fun of me... yup there will be 10 of us!!! :) Even the kiddos, so this should be intersting... No one in my fam thinks I am gonna stick to "just fruits and greens" because they said there is too much to tempt me, but I honestly don't want that food... and at 90 degrees or more I don't think I could eat anything but fruit!!! LOL But I do want to be prepared... any suggestions????? I know I had more questions but I can't remember!!!: (
I totally understand if no one replies to this post, since it's sooooo long and boring ;)
Apple, you might also be able to get the resort concierge on your side. Promise (and follow thru) on a special tip for them, if they are able to score some choice fruit for you.
As long as it isn't this...
lmao went to disneyland before i was LFRV last year...those things were EVERYWHERE!! i swear they had them ever 10 feet!! even in the hotel! and they tasted like SPONGES!
Come on, it's Florida! There's bound to be lots of fruit there! Unless if you can't leave Disneyland for the whole day, their should be lots of food. Don't ever go hungry! I mean sure unripe bananas are not so tasty, but then starving's even worse! It's never happened to me before, but I think not having enough fruit is the no.1 reason people fall off the wagon.
Melons don't take long to digest, less than an hour.
Just wait until then to have other foods.
btw, it's mango season! Florida mangoes...mmm