Craig and Kristi Collins opened The Rooted Vegan on Oct. 27 on the sq. in downtown Angola, supplying 100% dairy and animal no cost meals and consume specialties and gluten-no cost baked products, together with no eggs, dairy, honey and animal by-products and solutions,
The shop characteristics vegan baked and savory food items, non-dairy cheese and vanilla oat milk creamer.
With Kristi’s far more than 20 many years of food assistance, The Rooted Vegan shows her culinary competencies.
The few appreciated a superior reception with their baked merchandise at the Steuben Farmer’s Industry but preferred to develop to supply 100% vegan fare to their clients.
Each devoted vegans, Craig and Kristi renovated the former coffee residence web site on the sq. and have been very well received by of both vegan and non-vegan prospects.
Menu alternatives incorporate the gluten absolutely free, black bean nachos when the pepper-crusted Buddha bowl is also a favourite, featuring basmati rice, pepper-crusted tofu, mango salsa, cherry tomatoes, purple cabbage, mixed spring greens dried cranberries drizzled with a sweet and smoky, residence produced dressing.
Breakfast fare includes frequent or gluten totally free brown sugar and cinnamon coffee cake, orange pistachio or gluten totally free chocolate raspberry donuts, juices, teas, Celsius electricity beverages, and a selection of Kombucha teas.
Specials are posted on Fb everyday. They commenced with a small menu with two or three possibilities every single classification.
“We do change up the menu, but not so a lot. We observed folks like alter but like the staples as well,” mentioned Kristi.
The menu gives many alternatives and new creations, but entrees are seldom taken absent if elements on hand. Soups and one scorching meal may adjust. The kitchen enables restricted home as practically every thing is from scratch — besides for the bagels.
The baked items specialties offered in optional gluten-free of charge recipes are also well-known.
Dine in or have out, The Rooted Vegan opens at 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday-Saturday with lunch served 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Phone 260-316-5500, located at 30 North General public Square, Angola.