On my trip to Bali, I was fortunate to stay with friends that may as well be considered family.
As they say, when in Rome, do as the Romans do... so I ate exactly how my hosts would eat and followed a vegan diet.
I must admit that I missed my kitchari and ghee, but besides that, nothing truly compares to a vegan regimen. My mind and my body felt so clean. My thoughts were clear and my energy was on fire.
In the morning, I typically had a green juice followed by a “Bali boost”, which contained fresh almond milk, coco beans and Maca powder for energy.
Lunch was interesting too - I usually enjoyed a homemade hummus, fresh salad and falafel. Yum! Dinner was different each night, but some of my favorites dishes were soba noodles and miso soup.
The experience of Balinese food was so colorful and delicious, but the best part about eating clean was my increased energy levels and how clear my body and mind felt afterwards. If you have ever considered trying a vegan diet, my advice would be to go for it!