Shred — A Cre­ative Salad Kitchen

Whistler Traveller Magazine - - TASTE | HOT SPOT - 604-962-1173 | face­­whistler

Eat­ing your veg­gies has never been so tempt­ing. The vi­brant pur­ples and pinks of shred­ded beets, var­ied greens of let­tuce, spinach and kale, and the or­anges of mar­i­nated root veg­eta­bles are your palate to play with as you build your own salad. Al­low­ing peo­ple to pick and choose is all part of the fun, and a key part of the con­cept at Shred, where they en­cour­age you to try some­thing new. This is the time to ex­per­i­ment with pea shoots, ve­gan ranch dress­ing, Ja­panese rice wraps and al­mond but­ter cups. Stain­less-steel warm­ers hold freshly made soups and cur­ries, glass ma­son jars are filled with smooth­ies (seven flavours) and bas­kets hold treats sweet­ened with dates and honey. In the morn­ings this is an ideal place to grab an acai pro­tein bowl and freshly pressed juice for break­fast on the go, or to re­lax in the sun­shine. Shred is a new ad­di­tion to the va­ri­ety of eater­ies along Main Street, which is fast be­com­ing known as Whistler’s foodie row. The own­ers are lo­cals who saw a need for more healthy eat­ing op­tions and wanted to find an ac­ces­si­ble way to en­cour­age peo­ple to go for greens. De­signed to be a on­estop shop for af­ford­able, healthy eat­ing, Shred of­fers op­tions for veg­e­tar­i­ans, ve­g­ans and meat eaters daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. New for this sum­mer, they’ve added pro­tein cof­fees and bul­let­proof iced cof­fee to the menu to cater to ac­tive lo­cals and re­sort guests.

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