1.We'll all be fancying up vintage and traditional foods. Jelly salad, anyone?
2.You'll be turning your kitchen into a brewery.
3.Apparently, we'll also be making our own booze.
4.Avocado oil will be the new olive oil.
5.French toast will get ~savory~.
6.Healthy lunches in cute packaging will make work easier and more delicious.
7.We'll be skipping Starbucks and home-brewing quality coffee instead.
8.Bye-bye, carbs — we're going to be swapping in veggies for high-calorie foods.
9.Beers and cocktails will fall in love.
I'm pretty sure that micheladas have been the shit for a while now, but Pinterest says that "beertails" are going to be a thing in 2016. Get the recipe for blood orange, jalapeño, whiskey and beer cocktails here.
10.DIY infused olive oils will still be a thing.
11.We'll all be magician-gardeners. Regrow food from your scraps!
12.Wasting less in general is a theme for 2016. Instead of throwing out unused herbs from the store or garden, save them in olive oil.
I can't tell you how many times I have a bag of thyme or parsley that I end up throwing out. I love the idea of saving herbs in creative ways. Get the how-to for freezing herbs in olive oil at The Kitchn.
13.Fewer, better ingredients that are well prepared.
14.Fruit-flavored water is the new soda.
15.Fermented foods will continue to be trendy (and help our guts!).
16.Going dairy-free or gluten-free is here to stay.
Are you going to try any of these in 2016? Or do they seem wack to you?