Many Philly-Area Eateries Make Vegans, Vegetarians & Gluten-Free Diners Feel Right At Home
Posted on June 01 2015
With constantly increasing vegan offerings among mainstream eateries and developments such as Vedge Restaurant named by Zagat Philly as #1 'Best Food,' Philadelphia is a vegan destination.
Veg-loving visitors to Philly have plenty of options from which to choose—upscale white tablecloth restaurants dishing out inventive vegetable creations to casual spots serving up raw foods and gluten-free dishes. Here are some spots worth checking out.
ATK tested 17 different types of rice under controlled circumstances -- they put each variety in a sealed bag with one cup of water -- and found that every single type cooked perfectly with a 1-to-1 ratio of rice to liquid.
The shower might use 25 gallons. The almonds take up almost a gallon each, or close to 10 gallons for the handful. The washing machine uses about 35 gallons per load. And that beef patty, around 450 gallons.
Regrow scallions using their discarded roots. Leave an inch of the scallion attached to the root then put them in a glass of water. Place the glass of water in a room that’s well-lit.
This recipe if you can call it that, takes pasta and puts it in a divinely flavorful tomato sauce, seasoned with Italian herbs and spices, without having to cook the sauce and pasta separately. The fact that it only takes 20-25 minutes from start to finish doesn’t hurt either.
The Chocolate Monkey Power Smoothie is fantastic for active people. It contains banana and coconut water which are both high in potassium and will balance your electrolyte levels. It also has chia seeds which provide lots of energy and are full of protein, omega 3 fatty acids, potassium, antioxidants and calcium.
Enjoy gnocchi with beets and a mix of herbs and pine nuts. You’ll love the texture and the flavor.