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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Vegan Eats: Arizmendi Bakery's Tabouli

Posted By on Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 9:00 AM

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Arizmendi Bakery (1331 9th Ave.) is a surefire spot for cookies, bread, pastries and pizza. But it might be surprising to learn that the worker-owned collective also makes a mean tabouli ($3.50). This can be one of the least substantial components of a Middle East feast (as Trader Joe's calls it), but Arizmendi's tangy version adds whole garbanzo beans to create something that is satisfying as a stand-alone meal or snack. Their tabouli and hummus are two of the only vegan products there, unless you count the beverage selection.

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