Raw, Vegan, vegetarian in oak park

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Raw, Vegan, vegetarian in oak park

If you are a vegan,vegetarian or raw foodist and would like to share your photos or recipes than this is the perfect place to do so.

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Latest Activity: Jun 16

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Ever been to the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio here in oak park?

Im sad to say that I have not but todays groupon is a steal and so it has inspired me to do so. Im sharing the link with you all so if anyone wants to go see you there :)$15 for Two Tour Tickets for…Continue

Started by Angela Perez Feb 1, 2011.

Smoothology :) 1 Reply

Dont have time to cook up a healthy breakfast? Noproblem throw a bunch of good healthy stuff in a blender and haveyourself a vitamin packed smoothie. I am posting some of my daughtersfavorite morning…Continue

Started by Angela Perez. Last reply by Swati Jan 20, 2011.

Straying away from food to something that helps food grow..... 1 Reply

My daughter wanted to do a project the other day considering the weather she has been in most of this winter. So we decided to make a worm farm she feels it will help her garden.We found a link at…Continue

Started by Angela Perez. Last reply by Natalie Greene Jan 20, 2011.

Im addicted.

I have to say that I am an addict. The dragon lounge here in oak park has made me a slave to their house salad with ginger dressing. Its my favorite meal. Its my go to anytime I cant decide on what I…Continue

Started by Angela Perez Jan 19, 2011.

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Comment by Angela Perez on March 5, 2010 at 2:37pm
welcome to the group.
Comment by Jamie P. on March 5, 2010 at 2:16pm
Great group. I am new to Oak Park as well to the vegan lifestyle. Due to health issues my herbalist wants me to cut out all dairy, meat, wheat, and soy. I am switching slowly and the more alternatives I can find the easier the switch. So far I love almond, hemp, and rice milk. Lara bars are a lifesaver for junk cravings. I eat a lot of salads now. I'm looking forward to getting ideas for food now that I am eating to live!!
Comment by Swati on February 14, 2010 at 3:16pm
Angela - I'd love to know how to make my own almond mylk. And the tart you showed above with the leftover paste too. :D Please post the recipe when you get a chance. Thanks!

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Comment by Becca on February 14, 2010 at 2:00pm
Hello everyone, we will be hosting a live online chat March 10 with the owner of Green Home Experts and the Village sustainability manager. Here are the details. Please RSVP on the event page if you'd like to attend.
Comment by Swati on February 8, 2010 at 6:57pm
Yeah, definitely a winner in my book. I've been raving about it. Rich food though. I didn't feel the urge to eat until about 2:00 pm the following day. But I *had* to have the leftovers when I did eat again. ;)
Comment by Justin Russo on February 8, 2010 at 10:30am
I just drove past there yesterday and said to my wife that we should try that place. I'm not vegan, just vegetarian, but I'm always down for a creative vegan meal. Awesome.
Comment by Angela Perez on February 8, 2010 at 10:24am
Swati, that is awesome. I had no idea that Cafe Laguardia could be so vegan friendly. Now I must go and see about that coconut ice cream.
Comment by Swati on February 8, 2010 at 10:15am
My husband and I went to Cafe Laguardia West on Fri eve, just stumbled across the place (we're still new to OP) and thought we'd try it out. My husband ordered a sampler sort of platter and I explained to the waitress that I didn't eat meat, fish or dairy, and she said she'd have the chef put together a nice platter for me. Man, it *was* nice! Yuca, plantains (two preparations!), guacamole, vegetarian rice, veggies. I was pleased! And then, the chef sent over another dish for me! Fried yuca balls with a red plantain center, smothered in this tasty, creamy, coconut sauce. It was so, so delicious. I thought it couldn't get any better, but then they brought out vegan coconut ice cream. Mmm... so, so good. What a wonderful surprise! So often I go to regular restaurants, and just find a salad or fries or something to eat - filling, sure but not necessarily satiating. My experience at Laguardia was incredible! Will surely be going back! Just thought I'd spread the word to fellow vegans in OP!!
Comment by Angela Perez on January 4, 2010 at 11:54am
yes. goji berries are sold dried like raisins. They are a beautiful red orange color. Another way i like to eat them i add them in trail mix. A serving is about a handful. You could buy as much or as little as you want since they are sold by the lb at whole foods. So the next time you stop by the store next to the bakery where they sell all the seeds and nuts try a goji berry see if you like them.

Your Host
Comment by Becca on January 3, 2010 at 5:49pm
Hey Angela, those goji berries sound interesting. Are they dried like raisins?
 
 
 

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