Our food is inspired and prepared according to the Ontario growing season, so our market menu changes depending on what is available from our local farmers. We use all vegan and mainly raw ingredients and choose organic wherever possible. We offer a savoury menu full of fresh, plant-based produce from various Ontario farms, seasoned and spiced with bright, rich flavors. Our sweet menu consists of raw nuts, seeds, fresh and dried fruits and natural sweeteners such as agave nectar, maple syrup and honey. Our drink menu is made up of smoothies, fresh juices, and lemonades. We dehydrate, blend, chop, grate, soak, roast, boil, sprout and mix our ingredients, all of which add to the variety and uniqueness of our food. Above all, we aspire to make simply delicious and healthful food, the same kind of food we love to eat and enjoy. To find a location near you carrying Earth & City goods, visit http://www.earthandcity.ca/visit/
Green Earth in Toronto is a family owned restaurant offering the finest vegan fusion cuisine. The restaurant originated from our deep passion for vegetarian cooking, and the hope to share with all how hearty, healthy and exciting vegan food can be. It is a great way to show compassion to our animal friends and also a very effective way to reduce one’s carbon footprint, from which inspired the name of the restaurant. Our varied menu is sure to please any palate, including dishes from America, Italy, Mexico, China, Thailand, and Vietnam. All are fresh, delicious, and with great flavor. Green Earth’s goal is to be organic. So, it uses organic ingredients whenever possible or when it’s financially feasible. In addition, all of our take-out materials, from utensils to containers, are biodegradable and environmentally friendly.
The lovemuffin bakery creates delicious vegan and gluten-free baked goods. Our healthy muffins are made with ingredients such as unsweetened applesauce, unsweetened almond milk, agave nectar and very little sugar or oil. Our decadent cookies are made with the highest quality ingredients, such as unbleached organic wheat flour, maple syrup, and organic sugar. Our products are not enormous, like many of the baked goods available for purchase at coffee shop chains and grocery stores. To us, it’s important that our customers can go in for a second cookie without feeling guilty (and without surpassing their recommended sugar intake for the day!) We pride ourselves on the quality of our products. An item will only make it on our menu if it passes a blind taste test – where the tester doesn’t know it’s vegan or gluten-free. We don’t want people to have to settle for a less than perfect product because of food allergies or lifestyle choices.
At the Goods we support people choosing to lead a healthier lifestyle, by providing the means for them to discover the power in integrating real food daily. We make really good for you delicious lunches for busy people downtown, delivery or takeout. We hold classes and learning sessions to demonstrate how easily you can improve your wellbeing without feeling restricted or overwhelmed. Check us out, you know it’ll be good for you.
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