Craig and Kristi Collins opened The Rooted Vegan on Oct. 27 on the sq. in downtown Angola, supplying 100% dairy and animal no cost foodstuff and consume specialties and gluten-totally free baked products, such as no eggs, dairy, honey and animal by-merchandise,
The store attributes vegan baked and savory foodstuff, non-dairy cheese and vanilla oat milk creamer.
With Kristi’s far more than 20 several years of foods support, The Rooted Vegan displays her culinary skills.
The couple savored a superior reception with their baked products at the Steuben Farmer’s Marketplace but wished to extend to give 100% vegan fare to their consumers.
The two focused vegans, Craig and Kristi renovated the former espresso residence web-site on the square and have been well acquired by of both vegan and non-vegan buyers.
Menu alternatives include the gluten totally free, black bean nachos when the pepper-crusted Buddha bowl is also a favorite, featuring basmati rice, pepper-crusted tofu, mango salsa, cherry tomatoes, purple cabbage, mixed spring greens dried cranberries drizzled with a sweet and smoky, residence manufactured dressing.
Breakfast fare involves common or gluten free brown sugar and cinnamon espresso cake, orange pistachio or gluten no cost chocolate raspberry donuts, juices, teas, Celsius strength beverages, and a selection of Kombucha teas.
Specials are posted on Fb daily. They started with a modest menu with two or three choices every group.
“We do alter up the menu, but not so considerably. We identified individuals like adjust but like the staples as effectively,” explained Kristi.
The menu features many choices and new creations, but entrees are rarely taken absent if components on hand. Soups and one scorching food may alter. The kitchen allows restricted space as virtually all the things is from scratch — except for the bagels.
The baked products specialties provided in optional gluten-free recipes are also common.
Dine in or carry out, The Rooted Vegan opens at 6:30 a.m. on Tuesday-Saturday with lunch served 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Cell phone 260-316-5500, located at 30 North Community Square, Angola.