Thursday, November 10, 2016

Portland’s first hipster-themed convenience store

Portland’s first hipster-themed convenience store, What to do with your leftover Halloween candy, NAKANO Organic Seasoned Rice Vinegar Original is a HIT!

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November 10, 2016
 
 
 

Everyone agrees Portland is a spark for the food trends and now for c-stores.

“If it looks good, it feels better,” explains co-owner Jonathan Felix-Lund to Munchies. “The lighting in most convenience stores is really harsh; people get in and get out, and customers deserve a place that feels clean. Most convenience stores are gross.”

Felix-Lund and Matt Brown came up with the idea four years ago while traveling together and stopping at gas stations housed in iffy spaces that offered stale food and beverage selections that both depressed and inspired them. The pair vowed to create a convenience store that was not only an enjoyable experience, but an experience unto itself. 

 
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What to do with your leftover Halloween candy
Still dealing with overflow Halloween candy? We talk about how to get rid of all that candy, the science behind junk food addictions and how to avoid triggers. Also what does the oldest living woman in the world eat every day? You’ll be surprised!

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NAKANO Organic Seasoned Rice Vinegar Original is a HIT!
Think of this as a replacement for butter. No fat, just 15 calories and a fabulous mild and delicate sweet taste. Not to use in cooking but just to drizzle on vegetables or salads. If you have never tried rice vinegar, this is the one to use. Watch my full review.
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