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A staple in the vegan pantry, apple cider vinegar can add a sweet, sharp tang to your cooking. Apple cider vinegar is made from apple cider which has been left to continue to ferment until acetic acid-forming bacteria turns the cider into vinegar. Filtered or Unfiltered-Which Type Should You Choose? Apple cider vinegar can be […]
I used to think that limes were just unripe lemons. I was wrong. Limes are a distinct species from lemons. They obviously taste different, and because of this, they are used differently in cooking. Both lemons and limes contain very high amounts of vitamin C. Incidentally, Green Cuisine makes a delightful lemon cheesecake as well […]
Bell peppers can be excellent on pizza, in sauces, stir-fries, curries and salads. Technically a fruit, bell peppers are treated as vegetables in cooking, as tomatoes are. Bell peppers come in a variety of colours, including green, yellow, orange, and red. All these colours are very charming, but do the colours make any difference? Yes the […]
Ginger is a valued spice in the kitchen. It is a rhizome or root which can add a unique aroma and flavour to your dishes. Did you know that ginger is related to turmeric, cardamom, and galangal? In addition to being a spice, ginger also has medicinal qualities. Ginger is Medicinal You can use ginger […]
Peanut butter is one of my favourite foods. I prefer the all-natural peanut butter which contains no sugar or other additives. This wonderful vegan food is not only good for sandwiches or carrot sticks. I love to put liberal amounts of peanut butter in my oatmeal. I can even eat it out of the jar-that […]
Turmeric is a rhizome, and is a part of the ginger family. It actually resembles ginger to some extent. It is a staple in India and parts of Asia as a spice as well as medicine. Whether it is fresh or in powder form, turmeric is a bright yellow and if you get a turmeric stain […]
What is Kombu? Kombu is an edible kelp that is very popular is East Asia. In fact, the Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans all have names for the same seaweed. Most of the kombu seaweed that you find in stores is grown in Hokkaido, Japan. It is grown on ropes in the sea. I mistakenly thought […]
Dates. Those sweet, tender morsels you can eat as dessert. I can eat so many of them, and they are like candy. Dates have been eaten for thousands of years in the Middle East and the Indus Valley. The flowering tree from which dates come from is called the date palm, and it is in the […]
Agave syrup is a natural sweetener which can be found in the heavenly vegan gelatos at Green Cuisine. Do you know where agave comes from? What is Agave? Agave is a succulent plant which is native to the hot, dry parts of Mexico, Southwestern United States, and South America. Of the many species of agave plants, […]
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5 out of 5 starsposted 2 weeks ago
Dude, bro. Like so good man. I've been twice and both times very happy with the food. I am not a vegetarian or vegan but honestly that does not matter one bit. The food is amazing. Legit everything I tried was great. Can't wait to go again. You can also just run in and fill a box, weight n pay, and kick rocks. Hmm think I know what I'm doing for lunch.
4 out of 5 starsposted 3 months ago
Affordably priced and healthy vegan food, centrally located in the downtown core. While the setting is lacking ambiance, there is also a beautiful courtyard where you can sit outside on the nicer days. They have an amazing selection of "healthy" desserts, and they list their ingredients for every food item, making it easy for those with any sensitivities to know what they can or cannot have.
Their best secret though is their amazingly priced juice, smoothie, and "milk"shake menu. Most other places in town charge upwards of $8-9 for a fresh pressed juice, but they are much more affordable here, and of the same quality of other places.
4 out of 5 starsposted 2 months ago
Reasonably priced and delicious vegan food what more could you want?
When I first started visiting the cafeteria style buffet took some getting used too but I do like the food by weight concept being I can spend less if I’m not necessarily super hungry.
The coffee is also a perk because it’s good and dairy free.
My only gripe would be the location of the dirty tray and dishes bin it’s kinda hidden off to the side and the first couple times I had no idea where to put my plates after I was finished.
5 out of 5 starsposted 3 months ago
My favourite restaurant of all time, I go there every chance I get when I am in the city. The food is really delicious and there is so much variety. Everything looks and smells so good that I often fill up my plate with as much as I can. You don't even need to be vegan to appreciate it. The first time I visited I was with a friend who was craving bacon and complaining about veganism, once inside she was was going on about how great the food was.
Also a great place to meet cool people. I once met the federal leader of the Communist Party there.