You Need To See How This Restaurant Is Making Vegan Food Exciting
When Marie-Maudelyne Green and her family moved to Atlanta, she saw its suburbs were severely lacking one thing:
“[I]t was impossible to find vegan restaurants outside of the perimeter. If you wanted a variety of healthy, plant-based and delicious foods, you had to drive 30 or 45 minutes. We were practically in a food desert.”
So, with her husband Jhavaun, she opened Green Love Kitchen, a farm-to-table green restaurant specializing in vegetarian and vegan treats!
Before she opened Green Love Kitchen, Marie-Maudelyne Green attended Le Cordon Bleu’s culinary college while also running a vegan catering company that promoted healing through plant-based foods.
Green Love Kitchen has a family and community-oriented atmosphere and boasts delicious meals, like their Spicy Thai Kale salad that is tossed with onions, scallion, and cilantro, and a peanut butter Thai dressing.
Green Kitchen also partners with several local Black farms to grow the fresh produce they prepare in their meals. And their approach is low-pressure:
“Incorporating more greens in your everyday meals helps boost your optimal health and overall wellbeing. No need to rush, one day at a time…”
So give Green Kitchen, or your local Black-owned vegan restaurant, a try!
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