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PostPosted: Tue Jul 16, 2013 10:29 am 
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since it's so hard to navigate the generic NJ thread as a south jerseyan (<5% of the posts are relevant to us) it kinda makes more sense to have a dedicated thread for us.) and i decided to put it in the philly forum since it's less likely to get lost in 12 pages than 25 pages. (sorry about that, shore folks. you're still more than welcome to wallow in the sadness that is the abysmal options for south jerseyans!)

other threads:
"down the shore" viewtopic.php?f=43&t=10810&hilit=shore (i posted all of the OC/wildwood/cape may stuff in that thread, so it's easy to find.)

and here is the original catch-all gigantic mostly north jersey thread:
new jersey: only the strong survive: viewtopic.php?f=14&t=90

now on to the copypasta: (all this from 15 pages in the other thread. :-) although it does exclude the shore posts which i posted in the shore thread, so there's that.)

Louzilla wrote:
The Pop Shop has vegan cheese and lots of their stuff can be made vegan! AV and I went there when she visited two summers ago.


GraciaKai wrote:
The Pop Shop is in Collingswood. http://www.thepopshopusa.com/
Awesome place, they have a veg grill to avoid cross contamination and they are very nice and willing to modify things.


supercarrot wrote:
the tortilla press in collingswood is okay, but they fry their tortillas in comingled oil, so if that's an issue for you, they'll give you cucumber slices.


Jill wrote:
Have any of you been to the Hip Town Grill in Medford? Close to half of the menu is vegan, mainly faux meats. I'm spoiled by Native Foods and Veggie Grill at home, but it was nice to have a restaurant close by during our visit - my MIL lives at Medford Leas. Overall the menu could do with a few more veggies. But they had a white bean, fennel and escarole soup that was one of the best soups I've ever tasted. I thought it looked too strange to order, but my husband had it and I ended up stealing it from him!


jenstiles wrote:
anyone notice the further south you get in nj, the fewer the veg options are?


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When I go to Atlantic City, I am usually with my omni parents, so we go to PF Changs in the Tropicana casino. It's okay, definitely get the tofu lettuce wraps!!

I grew up/my parents live down the street from Via Roma. I haven't been there in a few months, but I think I will have to get a vegan parm or something this weekend when I visit. I really just want to try Papa Ganache deserts. Does anybody know what day they get deliveries? I really want some, yum yum yum. I will also be going to Red Bank on Sunday for the Cinnamon Snail truck!!! I went to Hoboken two weeks ago and hubba hubba, I am in love.


esme wrote:
michael and i tried via roma for the first time over the weekend and holy crepe. so good! we happened to be coming back from south jersey, but i would definitely drive down there just for dinner.


Tofulish wrote:
A new South Jersey vegan eatery has just opened! Wildflower Earthly Vegan Fare, in Millville, NJ, is affordable, very casual, and very delicious! Melissa and Eric use as many local and organic ingredients as possible. The menu changes weekly, so check their website for the latest info. http://wildflowervegan.com/




and lambertville is close enough, even though it's not south. it's more relevant to us than those that are farther away.

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We had a great meal at a Mexican restaurant called El Tule in Lambertville, NJ this weekend.
http://www.eltulerestaurant.com/

The Peruvian Taboule Qunioa was amazing!!! I would go back just for that. We also had the Yuquitas Fritas (fried Yuka sticks), which were also delicious. The salsa they came with wasn't vegan, but that was no biggie because they also served 3 different types of free salsas that were awesome. They were Pico de gallo, tomatillo, and a spicy, creamy one that had an almond base so it was vegan.

We were there just for a late lunch, so we also shared a jicama salad & guacamole appetizer. Both were very fresh and yummy. There was other stuff on the regular mexican menu we could have gotten too, like vegetable tacos & burritos minus the cheese.

Overall I like New Hope a lot better than Lambertville (everything in Lambertville is sooo overpriced!) but I would go back just to this restaurant. The family that owned it were really nice too.

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 Post subject: Re: the south jersey thread
PostPosted: Tue Jul 16, 2013 10:40 am 
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ok. new info:

PB&U in moorestown it's not really a destination, but if you're in the area and hungry. http://www.pbandu.com/site/menu

supercarrot wrote:
hello. i was wondering if you had any vegan options? sometimes bread is made with L-cysteine (which is never vegan) and mono/di-glycerides/enzymes/stearates (which are sometimes vegan sometimes not)

are the sliders made in house? (or at least by a smallish bakery that doesn't use that stuff?)

thanks a bunch.

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Hi Carrie,
Let me check out the bread for sure. My best friend, and her whole family, is vegan so this is an area I'm familiar with. Our organic PB is vegan but the rest are made with honey roasted peanuts (I'm not sure how strictly vegan you are - I know some eat honey, some don't).
And if you let me know, I can have vegan choc PB made for you before you arrive.

In the meantime, I'll find out about our breads for you. The sliders are made by LeBus bakery. I'm almost positive they are made with milk and eggs.
I'll get back to you soon.

Thanks,
Mercury

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Hi Carrie,
Just wanted to let you know that our multigrain bread (one of the artisan bread options) is totally vegan. No milk, eggs, etc but also none of the ingredients you listed (which I didn't know about checking in regards to veg friendliness).

If you give me a day or two heads up I can have the vegan choc PB made. It's mostly about making sure that we have the vegan chips in stock. Making the actual PB only takes a few minutes. Of course you can buy our PB by the jar - one batch makes a couple jars.

Thanks Carrie!

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 Post subject: Re: the south jersey thread
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So SC isn't alone in her South Jerseyism, I'm over here too! Yes, SJ sucks for vegan eats. The only place we chose to eat out at around our home is The Pop Shop. Other than that we head to Philly or the New Hope/Lambertville area which is actually in PA and about an hour drive for us. So that's more of a planned day trip twice a year.

As you can guess we pretty much cook all of our meals and eat at home all the time. We aren't going out to eat people anyway just because of the money aspect. But it would be nice to have more options that don't involve driving over the bridge or hours away.

I have modified food at Chilis's, California Pizza Kitchen, Chipotle, Taco Bell, Primo Hoagies, our local chinese take out place, Grand Lux Cafe, The Cheesecake Factory, and Seasons 52.

I'm sure some of the other restaurants in the Collingswood and Haddonfield area would be able to modify but I haven't tried them. I think I've been to Tortilla Press once but I cant for the life of me remember what I ordered.

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this will be good when we get down there to visit my husband's family.

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yeah, pretty much the only time we eat out is when we're already in philly for something else. (we do get takeout pizza from marlton wholefoods, or if it's not tuesday, we'll get something from their hot bar thing.)

we also go to norma's in cherry hill, since the son of the owners is vegan, but they pretty much only have one option meal-wise. (at least it's delicious!) the tofu shawarma platter, and i substitute the tabbouleh with baba gannoush. (yuck to all fresh herbs!) and they give you unlimited pita. http://www.normasrestaurant.com/

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I think I've been to Tortilla Press once but I cant for the life of me remember what I ordered.

we went on a night where they were doing a test run of a few vegan menu items. it was frustrating that they don't even have bagged chips for vegans. the rest of the food wasn't memorable, honestly. we did have flan, though!

vegan fazool is in haddonfield, and she has some suggestions.
http://veganfazool.blogspot.com/2012/10 ... ld-nj.html

and vance from v4veg wrote a little column up about eating in the 'burbs which includes another cherry hill tidbit. (i've never been there.)
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K-town BBQ (404 Route 70, Sawmill Village, 856-216-0090, ktownbbq.com) is replete with Korean vegetarian and vegan options, clearly marked on the menu.
http://articles.philly.com/2013-04-05/n ... d-kauffman

oh, and i just remembered that whenever i've gone to the pop shop, i would accidentally order the "very veggie" sandwich not knowing that the "very veggie VEGAN" was a different sandwich. (they're on different sections of the menu, so how am i to know that VEGAN wasn't just an indication that the sandwich was vegan, but was part of the sandwich's name? vegans generally don't peruse non-vegetarian parts of the menu, and we're used to items being marked vegan on the menu, so it made sense that it might not have been part of the name. gaahh!

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I'm remembering some other places I have been able to find food at.

Marlton/Cherry Hill = The Mexican Food Factory. I used to work across the street from them and it was our local late night hang out after work. I wasn't vegan at that time for the most part. But they are easy going and will make you anything they can within there capability. Or at least they did for us cause we were there all the time!

Mt. Laurel = El Azteca. Delicious mexican food. Rice and beans are vegetarian, they have a veggie menu. http://elaztecanj.com/

Marlton = The Promanade shopping center = Panera (soup, salad, and sammies that can be modified), PF Changs, Red Stone grill have some options.

Voorhees = Pasta Pomadora, I was able to get a gluten free pasta with veggies and pine nuts. It was pretty good! http://www.pastapomodoronj.com/contact.php

Voorhees = Pancheros, (like Chipotle and Qdoba).

And there is Whole Foods in Marlton of course. Their prepared food section is really good and there is always a lot to choose from. I typically pick up some sushi rolls, veggie dumplings, grilled tofu, and steamed veggies for a weekend dinner. They have vegan general tso's and vegetarian egg rolls too (not GF, I can't eat those) but they are good!

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yeah, the lettuce wraps from WF are surprisingly good! (and i usually get a chocolate chip cookie.)

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hey, what a coincidence. i just got a mailer with coupons from the silver diner in cherry hill, across from the mall in the target shopping center. (i almost chucked it into the recycling bin, but it said "healthful innovations" on the front.) turns out they have vegan options!
http://www.silverdiner.com/menu/healthierselections

we don't like going to that AMC next door, but i have 2 free passes left, so we might make it a date night and report back.

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Hey look at that! They have exactly one item that is both Vegan and Gluten Free, Look out!

Seriously, never even heard of this place before. I don't get over there much.

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their icons might not be complete. the salad and the chili might be GF. (but honestly, those santa fe veggies look like they could be the yummiest item on the menu anyway)
after all, nothing here has the healthy kids icon. (the chili at least would likely be enjoyed by kids)

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Agree! I can't see why the chili wouldn't be GF. They should get some GF pasta though, that would make their healthy menu awesome. I am kind of excited about this though cause my girlfriends and I are always looking for a place that works for all of our needs and it's hard. This might do the trick. We will have to check it out next time we do lunch together.

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In the same plaza as K-Town bbq in cherry hill, is Han Dynasty. The dan dan noodles can be made vegan without the pork crumbles, the cold sesame noodles, cold cucumber appetizer, scallion pancakes sans dipping sauce, and all the tofu dishes. Just specify you're vegan up front and they take care of you. So good!


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Ah yes! Totally forgot about Han Dynasty. I've never been. But my friends had a New Years Eve party this past year. And they got all the supplies for dan dan noodles from them and cooked a huge pot of regular and vegan for us. It was damn delicious! I took a chance on eating them since they aren't GF but it worked out ok. I wasn't in a huge amount of pain and they were yummy. And I was really thankful that they made a separate pot of vegan noodles just for me and my husband. There weren't any other vegans or vegetarians at the party. We got to take the left overs home!

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Gracia - your friends are nice, those noodles are so, so good.

There are also those accidentally vegan donuts at Jack's Donuts in Laurel Springs. I always forget about that place!


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Say what now! My husband would be all over that.

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oh! yes. susietofumonster and i took a ride out a few years ago and talked to the owner. gosh. i hope i remember everything correctly.

the glaze has honey, but the chocolate topping is okay? the pudding-y filling comes in a bucket, and i didn't see anything suspicious in the ingredients list. the yeasted donuts are a-ok. but i don't remember if there were cake donuts, and if there were if they were okay or not.

unclegramps and i felt a little weird after eating them, but this was also in the winter, so we might have had a multitude of other stuff happen to us. i would definitely try them again.

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I believe Allentown, NJ (with 609 area code) may be considered south Jersey, right (or at the very least central Jersey)? I just found out that Swal Dairy II has vegan soft serve (vanilla, chocolate, and swirl!). They also just got soy milk so they can make shakes. If anyone gets there before I do (as I now live in upstate NY), please let us know how it is!

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sure! (i posted about a place in lambertville, and that's above trenton, so i'm guilty too.) :-)

also, thanks a bunch! my sister lives in east windsor, and that's kinda on the way.

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Supercarrot, this is awesome. I need to come South Jerseywards.

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we went to the silver diner, and i wanted to give it 24 hours to make sure my belly stayed happy. it is sensitive belly approved.

we got the santa fe veggies, the pesto pasta and the chocolate raspberry shake.

it would have been perfect if only they had blanched the brussels sprouts during prep. they were a bit too solid and undercooked. i actually enjoyed the pesto pasta better. (but that might have only been because i hate cilantro and beets.) :-) i asked if they could leave the cilantro off, but there were definitely some in there. not too many, but i was able to pick most of them off.

they have the traditional diner music system where you can put a quarter into the machine at the table and select it from there. (look for the mashups. we listened to a michael jackson+whitney houston one that was... interesting.)

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I remember I went to the Silver Diner before I went vegan and I thought it sucked. This is an interesting turn of events.

I go to the Pop Shop all the time because I live across from it. I don't know if they make their ice cream in-house (I think they now make their own vegan mayo) but it is ah-mazing. Mmmm vanilla-y.


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hi neighbor! we live within walking distance of one another. :-)

the last time i was at the pop shop, which was a while ago, they said it was soy dream or something. that's interesting that they make enough vegan sandwiches to justify making their own mayo. there must be more vegans in the area than i was assuming.

anyway, do you need any cuttings of a rampant vining zucchini? (tatume. it's quite tasty. but it's susceptible to powdery mildew, unfortunately)

also, since i'm on the subject of gardening, i put in an order of an extra set of 3 tree collard cuttings, because someone on a facebook gardening group said they were interested in trying them out. (maybe we misunderstood each other, or maybe she's on vacation) but i am now out $18. :-( if anyone wants a cutting for $6, that'd really help me out. the directions recommend a gallon pot, but i only have 1/2 gallon pots. and i also don't have 4 extra gallons of potting soil to pot them up, so the extras have been sitting in a glass of water for a few days. they're definitely hardy to zone 8, but i am going to plant in a few sections around the house that might have a microclimate, and i'll also take cuttings each fall as an insurance. i may also experiment with wrapping one when the weather gets too cold.

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oh wow hello neighbor!! :D if you ever see hula hoop girls around town that's probably either me or my roomie.

they might just be adding flavors to vegeniase, I'm not sure. last time I was in there the owner got all excited and brought me out two flavors of mayo, one regular and one was super spicy, like he was proud of it or something. shrug?

you are so sweet to offer me planties, but I am an awful gardener! I kill most potted plants, and I meant to try make some kind of area for growing things on my tiny patch of grass lawn but I'm kind of afraid of failure. it's on my to-do list, but right now I'm only good at watering my cat. whomp whomp


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aww. no problem. :-)

i live in oaklyn, so i don't do as much walking around collingswood as i should, but i'll remember to keep my eyes peeled. :-) we go around newton lake park all the time.

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Th pop shop has vegan mayo! Im on it!

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