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 Post subject: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
PostPosted: Mon Oct 25, 2010 11:09 pm 
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http://www.veganaustin.org - home of Vegans Rock Austin! a social group with tons of meetups.
http://www.vegaustin.com/ - the COK guide to Austin, restaurants, etc.

restaurants:

Casa de Luz - all vegan, macro, pretty decent brunch buffet on Sundays
Counter Culture - all vegan, food trailer - local favorite
Mr. Natural - vegetarian, tex-mex, buffet style
Mother's Cafe - vegetarian, hippie food, awesome pancakes
Bouldin Creek Coffeehouse - vegetarian, best tofu scramble on the planet
Veggie Heaven - vegetarian, cheap fried tofu asian style
Beets Cafe - vegan, all raw all the time, delicious desserts

Just a small sample of what Austin has to offer... please add to this people!

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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 1:45 pm 
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I have a guide to Austin restaurants on my blog too and reviews as well. It isn't just the vegan restaurants but everywhere I know that has a vegan option.http://lazysmurf.wordpress.com/austin-sxsw-vegan-guide/

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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 4:14 pm 
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AUSTIN REPPIN, Y'ALL

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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 8:22 pm 
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Pizza post!

Daiya:
Promise Pizza
Whole Foods
Mellow Mushroom
Conan's

Teese:
Hoboken Pie

FYH:
The Parlor (fake meatlover's, what!)

No cheese, but great without:
Homeslice
Brick Oven on 35th

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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 5:59 pm 
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oh god i love the parlor. i will now go lie down and have a lengthy fantasy about parlor pizza.

i shouldn't have read this and the SA thread back to back.


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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
PostPosted: Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:51 pm 
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is there still a Z Pizza in Round Rock?

do they have Daiya?

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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
PostPosted: Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:56 pm 
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jessica wrote:
is there still a Z Pizza in Round Rock?

do they have Daiya?

I am pretty sure they still have one

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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 9:34 pm 
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I've been loving Lucky's Puccias, the food truck at Tiniest Bar across the street from Whole Foods on W. 5th. He makes his own vegan sun-dried tomato pesto (told me he's working on a new almond vegan pesto) and uses olive oil made from his mother's olive farm in Italy. Their vegetariana puccia is amazing, just ask for no cheese and the vegan pesto and if you like it spicy get the red pepper olive oil!!

Also, Kerbey Lane cafe has a vegan platter with tofu scramble, soysage and pancakes. Also their fall menu has a vegan bbq tofu platter that's really good with delicious sweet potato hash.

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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 10:54 am 
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NakedVeganLunch wrote:
I've been loving Lucky's Puccias, the food truck at Tiniest Bar across the street from Whole Foods on W. 5th. He makes his own vegan sun-dried tomato pesto (told me he's working on a new almond vegan pesto) and uses olive oil made from his mother's olive farm in Italy. Their vegetariana puccia is amazing, just ask for no cheese and the vegan pesto and if you like it spicy get the red pepper olive oil!!


That sounds really good! I will have to check it out.

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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
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Every time I go back to Austin Im always jealous of Wheatsville Co-op… I picked up some food from the hot bar for the plane trip home and that stuffing they make was amazing.

Also ate at the Snack Bar, wasn’t a fan at all. Over priced and meh at best. Had the bbq sietan sliders, hummus, and some of the gluten free waffles. I did like the salsa they had but someone thought it was bought not made there.

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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
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There is a Zpizza in Round Rock still, right by the outlet mall. I finally got around to trying it today and the berkley vegan pizza is pretty is good. I like Promise Pizza a little better but Zpizza is closer for me.


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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
PostPosted: Wed Nov 17, 2010 7:23 pm 
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Eric. wrote:
Every time I go back to Austin Im always jealous of Wheatsville Co-op… I picked up some food from the hot bar for the plane trip home and that stuffing they make was amazing.


No trip to Wheatsville Co-Op is complete without a Popcorn Tofu Po'boy from the deli & a slice of vegan carrot cake from the bakery display. Yum!


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 Post subject: Re: Austin, TX - Vegan Resources
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Angie V. wrote:
Eric. wrote:
Every time I go back to Austin Im always jealous of Wheatsville Co-op… I picked up some food from the hot bar for the plane trip home and that stuffing they make was amazing.


No trip to Wheatsville Co-Op is complete without a Popcorn Tofu Po'boy from the deli & a slice of vegan carrot cake from the bakery display. Yum!



hmm ive had the carrot cake but never the Po'boy. Next time i will get it for sure, thanks :)

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