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PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2011 11:04 am 
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hi PDXers,
my husband and i are all up in your city drinking your beer and eating your delicious noms.

i have tons of places written down for beer, lunch, and dinner but how about breakfast for vegans?
im not usually a breakfast eater but since we have stuff planned to do everyday im thinking i will need sustinence more than just coffee.

any places with good food and coffee where they have soy milk or some sort of vegan coffee creamer for me?

thanks so much!

today we are headed to voodoo donuts and saturday market to check things out :-D

oh and one last note. we are from Boston where strangers dont talk to each other so all you friendly west coasters are freakin me out!!! STOP BEING SO NICE!!! :-D

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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2011 11:51 am 
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I absolutely adore Junior's, and Vita Cafe is pretty good, too. There is another thread on here that has a lot more breakfast ideas:

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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2011 1:28 pm 
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You don't really have to worry about them having soy for your coffee, any place that has vegan breakfast options will have that--even a lot of places that aren't vegan-friendly at all will. Though some places do have really bad coffee (like Hungry Tiger).

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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
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thank you i will check out that other thread. we both had two donuts from Voodoo and i dont think we will ever eat again. holy moley we are stuffed!

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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
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P.S. what is chicko? i didnt know what to get at Voodoo other than the one that looked like a voodoo doll and the girl recommended one that had "chicko" crumbled on it. it tasted like a butterfinger it was so good!

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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2011 4:37 pm 
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Chick-o-Sticks.

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P.S. what is chicko? i didnt know what to get at Voodoo other than the one that looked like a voodoo doll and the girl recommended one that had "chicko" crumbled on it. it tasted like a butterfinger it was so good!


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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
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i just googled Chick-o-Sticks, we dont have those on the east coast but now i think i need to go find some and stock up

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LisaPunk wrote:
we are from Boston where strangers dont talk to each other so all you friendly west coasters are freakin me out!!! STOP BEING SO NICE!!! :-D



Visit Seattle. You'll feel like you're back in Boston...!


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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2011 11:14 pm 
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oh good. we're spending two days in Seattle before we fly back. ill be able to feel like im back at home! ;-)

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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
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Sadly though most places have soy *milk* for coffee. Which almost always curdles. I have to say I would be embarrassed as a business owner to serve that.

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Sadly? Thank the Lard most places do, because I love me some coffee with breakfast. I guess it would be great if all places had rice and almond milk as well for folks with soy allergies.


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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
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I mean they should serve soy creamer.

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Soy creamer can be prohibitively expensive for most places to carry when compared to dairy creamer or soy milk. It'd be nice if places supplied Pacific Blenders which is formulated for coffee drinks, though. It doesn't curdle like regular ol' soy milk does.


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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
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Oh, and I love Jam (crappy coffee, though) and Junior's for breakfast. The sloppy biscuit at Vita can't be beat, either.


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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
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Oh yeah I'm aware it's more expensive. But given the other option... I mean expecting people to drink (and pay for) a curdled coffee is just crazy. I literally cannot fathom knowingly serving it to customers (I am in the customer service business, and have been in a couple food handling ones too). Yeah I'm all for them carrying a soy milk like you mentioned that wouldn't curdle, also.

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 Post subject: Re: vegan breakfast
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I do agree with you and think it'd be nice to have the option with an upcharge or something. Really, I just drink mine black so...


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