There’s a downside to all the rainbow bagels, coffee, and sushi filling up our Instagram streams. They’re full of food colouring. And probably aren't that healthy for you.   Thankfully there’s already loads of food that’s naturally rainbow coloured out there. We’re talking bright green avocado, pops of strawberry red, zingy orange carrots, and pink watermelons. Here are some clean, easy to make  rainbow salads and snack ideas, perfect for a summer party.

There’s a downside to all the rainbow bagels, coffee, and sushi filling up our Instagram streams. They’re full of food colouring. And probably aren't that healthy for you. Thankfully there’s already loads of food that’s naturally rainbow coloured out there. We’re talking bright green avocado, pops of strawberry red, zingy orange carrots, and pink watermelons. Here are some clean, easy to make rainbow salads and snack ideas, perfect for a summer party.

Food is already a magical, glorious thing. Bagels were a delight before we started packing them with food colouring. Sushi was a delicious, overpriced treat before we felt the need to make our rice glow purple. And then there were the healthy ways of making coloured food with rainbow salads. Now there's rainbow mac and cheese.

Food is already a magical, glorious thing. Bagels were a delight before we started packing them with food colouring. Sushi was a delicious, overpriced treat before we felt the need to make our rice glow purple. And then there were the healthy ways of making coloured food with rainbow salads. Now there's rainbow mac and cheese.

Former Portland restaurateur opens new Montreal-style bagel cafe

Former Portland restaurateur opens new Montreal-style bagel cafe

For 20 years, it’s been known as “the place” to go for bagels. Savvas Andrews, owner/operator of The Bagel Cafe, 301 N. Buffalo Drive, said part of the business’ longevity was because he insists on consistency. He said a bagel made 20 years ago would taste the same as one made today.

For 20 years, it’s been known as “the place” to go for bagels. Savvas Andrews, owner/operator of The Bagel Cafe, 301 N. Buffalo Drive, said part of the business’ longevity was because he insists on consistency. He said a bagel made 20 years ago would taste the same as one made today.

@Ashley I found the most darling cafe to base Karma off of: look up "Nu Bagel Toronto" on Google Images.

@Ashley I found the most darling cafe to base Karma off of: look up "Nu Bagel Toronto" on Google Images.

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