My friend Brian and I went to the Grasshopper for their monthly $10 vegan buffet.
IT WAS SOOOOO GOOOOD!!!!!
I had this amazing orange chicken-like dish that seriously made me question my omnivore-ness.
I can’t believe it wasn’t meat!
During dinner we were seated with a vegan body-builder monk. He told us super cool stories about his past, and recommended tasty places in the area.
He told me I could become super buff with kale and spinach. Time to turn into Popeye!
He was super cool!
After dinner, Brian and I discovered FoMu, a vegan ice cream shoppe, and root, a vegan burger joint, were right next door!
THEY WERE AT THE TOP OF MY TO-EAT PLACES!!!!
We were unfortunately too full for root…
….but not for ice cream!
There were so many delicious flavors!!!
Due to my intense discomfort with uncooked eggs, I’ve always avoided flavors such as cake batter and cookie dough.
The moment I saw those flavors on FoMu’s menu, I knew I HAD to try those flavors.
THEY WERE AMAZING!!!
My life is complete!
Neon rainbow colors.
That was what greeted me at the landing website of Life Alive.
One of my friends was visiting from out of town, and I decided to scope out the menu before our meetup dinner.
Holy smokes. I presumed my friend turned into a hippie, because of the attitude of the Life Alive website. It was all about love, nuture, energy, and soul.
At the day of the gathering, I braced myself, and ordered a bowl of The Alchemist. I was initially a little hesitant about the atmosphere, but the name Alchemist changed everything. THE ALCHEMIST! WHAT AN AWESOME NAME!!! The food turned out to be a delicious bowl of veggies and sprouts, perhaps, I dare say, the best vegetarian food I’ve ever tasted.
I caught up with my friend, who just returned from an artist convent in France. #SUPER JEALOUS.
It’s always awesome when friends visit. I learn new things and try new places. Happiness all around.