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 Post subject: New Hampshire USA
PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:59 pm 
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I've been to Portsmouth with my husband quite a few times. We usually end up at the Friendly Toast and The Portsmouth Brewery. TPB had a great tempeh wrap the last time I was there! Where else should we go? Thanks.


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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 1:58 pm 
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when i lived in the area i ate at shalimar and flatbread pizza a lot. flatbread's staff seemed very familiar with what was and wasn't vegan, and often helped me make their vegetarian special of the day vegan. there was a tiny mexi place called something like dos amigos. they had a vegan chili, and it was pretty easy to make their stuff vegan. also, in the back of the HFS there's a little cafe area called madeline's, and they always have a lot of vegan to-go deli options.

i feel like there was even more, but it's been a few years since i've lived there.

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 6:54 pm 
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when i lived in the area i ate at shalimar and flatbread pizza a lot. flatbread's staff seemed very familiar with what was and wasn't vegan, and often helped me make their vegetarian special of the day vegan. there was a tiny mexi place called something like dos amigos. they had a vegan chili, and it was pretty easy to make their stuff vegan. also, in the back of the HFS there's a little cafe area called madeline's, and they always have a lot of vegan to-go deli options.

i feel like there was even more, but it's been a few years since i've lived there.


Thanks! I was wondering about Shalimar. We ate at Flatbread when I ate cheese.


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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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I grew up in Exeter and visit my family there a few times a year, and I go to Portsmouth often. We usually go to Friendly Toast and Flatbreads. The HFS at least used to sell Tofutti Cuties individually, which made a great little dessert after either restaurant.


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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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Okay! Plans to return are revitalized! If anyone knows of a good job and/or place to live in the Portsmouth area, let me know! Thanks :D

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:57 am 
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The above suggestions are pretty right on...nothing much has changed.
There's plenty of options here and there but the only all vegan places are kinda off the grid. Susty's in Northwood is surely worth a trip when your in the state though! Soooooo tasty.
Portsmouth Brewery still has tempeh which is nice. In the summer The Juicery is great.
Apparently there is a vegan community kitchen/restaurant in Concord, just learned about this....http://veganconcordkitchen.webs.com/....i must go


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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 11:43 am 
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I eat at the Country Life Restaurant in Keene all the time. It's an entirely vegan buffet run by the local 7th Day Adventists.


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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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I worked at the Portsmouth Health Food store for a year as the Manager/Chef of the deli. While I was there, I created a lot of vegan recipes that they are still using I think. I can't vouch for the food since I'm not there, but I think the recipes are still in production.. ?

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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Also.. I created a lot of recipes for Cafe Indigo when I worked there years ago.. again, I can't vouch for what they are doing today.. but it is an all vegan restaurant located in Concord

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 2:27 pm 
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Also.. I created a lot of recipes for Cafe Indigo when I worked there years ago.. again, I can't vouch for what they are doing today.. but it is an all vegan restaurant located in Concord
I don't know about the actual place, but they had Cafe Indigo carrot cake at my Whole Foods a couple of weeks ago, and it was AWESOME! I was going to get their chocolate cake offering, but then I saw the Candle Cafe vanilla bean cheesecake...

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I eat at the Country Life Restaurant in Keene all the time. It's an entirely vegan buffet run by the local 7th Day Adventists.


Can I just say how much I love 7th Day Adventists?! I went to one of my husband's friend's wedding, and I randomly could eat everything because they were 7th day. They had a veg loaf for the main course!

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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If you're in Concord definitely check out Cafe Indigo! There's also a Mexican place called Hermanos that apparently has veganizable items but I have not investigated yet.

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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Okay! Plans to return are revitalized! If anyone knows of a good job and/or place to live in the Portsmouth area, let me know! Thanks :D


this again. help!

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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Concord just got a ?Boloco? burrito place I have heard good things about, Bejing and Tokyo has bean curd options to live for and they usually have a vegan dish at the Concord Co-op Cafe.

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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appifanie wrote:
Okay! Plans to return are revitalized! If anyone knows of a good job and/or place to live in the Portsmouth area, let me know! Thanks :D


this again. help!


I wish I had info to help! Good luck--hopefully you get back to the New England soon!!

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
PostPosted: Wed Apr 06, 2011 7:58 pm 
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The Juicery rocks so hard! Cafe Indigo is quite awesome but isn't open on weekends except for the 3rd Sunday of the month for brunch.

There's a crepe place in Dover that my husband's boss's friends own and apparently they have some vegan eats. It's called Silver Moon Creperie. I haven't been there, so I can't vouch for the quality. http://www.silvermooncreperie.com/

There's a place in Exeter that's supposed to have really good vegan burgers, but the name is totally escaping me. Also, if you're in Portsmouth with car access, you need to take the 30-40 drive to Susty's in Northwood as it is awesomely amazing and wonderful. http://www.sustysnorthwood.com/


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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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appifanie wrote:
appifanie wrote:
Okay! Plans to return are revitalized! If anyone knows of a good job and/or place to live in the Portsmouth area, let me know! Thanks :D


this again. help!


I wish I had info to help! Good luck--hopefully you get back to the New England soon!!


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The Juicery rocks so hard!


I went to the Juicery 2 or 3 times and it was never worth it. Either it was really busy and there was 1 person working or it wasn't busy and there were 2-3 people working, all who preferred to chat to themselves than to me. I forget one thing I ordered and the other thing had frozen mango and it wasn't at all good.

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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Well, I think it's worth it. There can be a long wait, but I've always had good juices and smoothies there. I guess it just depends on when you go.


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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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Okay, just back from a trip to Concord. I have to tell you that there's a vegan all you can eat place that I think is part of that community center thing. Basically, you pay 9.50 and can get all you can eat of a four course meal including dessert.

I only discovered after having some crazy good burritos as Dos Amigos down the street (both places are on Main Street), they have really yummy baked tofu there and their burritos are really tasty (if a little lacking in salt). There's also an Egyptian place off of Main street that supposedly has great vegan food, but the husband and kid were in full blown burrito mode so I didn't check it out.


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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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Hey everyone! I'm new to the forum and haven't seem to had much luck connecting to anyone, or even getting anyone to notice I'm here, so i thought I would pop in here and say hello. I live in Manchester and unfortunately don't really know of many places to go that I can get some good vegan eats. I like India Palace but they seem to put ghee in everything. I also like Consuelo's. A tiny taqueria that seems to have good options.

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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Hey, I'm from Manchester originally. I've never been to Consuelo's, but I remember hearing good things. Where is it?

I've heard that Jewell and the Beanstalk has good tofu scramble...


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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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VeganDietitian wrote:
I eat at the Country Life Restaurant in Keene all the time. It's an entirely vegan buffet run by the local 7th Day Adventists.

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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Hey, I'm from Manchester originally. I've never been to Consuelo's, but I remember hearing good things. Where is it?

I've heard that Jewell and the Beanstalk has good tofu scramble...


It's off of Elm St. I don't remember exactly where. I'm rubbish with directions. Never been to Jewell's but they get a good wright up in The Hippo every year so I am sure it's worth a try.

I just went to Cafe Indigo in Concord for the first time with a friend the other day. SO GOOD. I had a falafel burger and a lemon cookie bar thing and it was AMAZING. I bought a carrot cake to go for my fiancée but he didn't really like it. He said it was too "dense". I have yet to find anything vegan he really likes. ::sigh:: Topic for another place.

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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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If you have the chance to drive all the way up to Susty's, you have to go! It's so good and they always have yummy desserts.

And your fiancee is crazy because that carrot cake is the stuff that dreams are made of.


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 Post subject: Re: New Hampshire USA
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If you're in Concord definitely check out Cafe Indigo! There's also a Mexican place called Hermanos that apparently has veganizable items but I have not investigated yet.

I'm going to try out Hermanos Cocina Mexicana later today! Here's their menu: http://www.hermanosmexican.com/menus#dinein

Looks like you can sub veggie crumbles* & vegan cheese in many items. There is also a vegan dessert - Mexican Chocolate Mocha Cake!

* The crumbles are from Cafe Indigo.

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