If you are ever in Chicago, go to this place!
3411 N. Halsted
Chicago, IL 60657
It is very close to Wrigley Field in a great neighborhood. The decor and seating is a bit nicer than a normal diner and they have incredible vegan and vegetarian food. They do serve eggs and real cheese, but the menu is very well marked and if you tell them straight up you are vegan, they take good care of you.
If for nothing else, go for their deserts. Huge cakes, cheese cakes and “milk shakes”. The place is very Chicago, which is the best part. (I am originally from the Chicago area)
Here’s an E-Z Artichoke Dip I got from their email newsletter. I’m still looking for the best vegan mayonnaise, suggestions?
E-Z Artichoke Dip
1- 15oz. can of artichokes in water, drained and rinsed
1/2 cup vegan mayonnaise
1 tablespoon chopped, fresh dill
1 clove garlic, minced
1/2 pound spinach, cooked and chopped
salt and pepper to taste
Place the artichokes in a food processor, and blend until semi-smooth.
Transfer to a bowl, and fold in the mayonnaise, chopped fresh dill, garlic, spinach, and salt and pepper to taste.
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i’m relatively new to veganism (almost 6 months), so i haven’t done much experimenting with vegan mayo, but i *love* vegenaise. to me it tastes just as good as, if not better than, the real stuff. i have used it on sandwiches and in pasta salads–yum! it’s sold in the fridge section.
Veganaise. Definatley. So tasty you’ll want to die. Not low calorie though, but so worth it.
Thanks to both of you for the advise. I will get some of that, certainly!
I second the veganise vote…it has more flavour than real mayo.
sorry, i know this is now getting repetitive, but
veganaise was the best thing to ever happen to me…
ha ha. i really like your blog!
you can also try to veg-mayo they sell at trader joe’s. i eat eggs, but i hate “real” mayo, but my vegan sister turned me onto it and i use it in recipes all the time.