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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Vegan Eats: Wholesome Bakery's Baby Banana Pie

Posted By on Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 3:20 PM

click to enlarge Wholesome Bakery's baby sweet potato and banana pies.
  • Wholesome Bakery's baby sweet potato and banana pies.
We encountered Wholesome Bakery at this weekend's Rock Make Fest, the latest stop in a busy tour of the streets of San Francisco for this all-vegan baker who travels the city on bike, her treats trailing behind in an adorable little baby carrier cycle.  We expected the baby banana pie ($3) to be over-the-top sweet, as some vegan baked goods tend to be, but it only had minimal sweetness. It tasted truly healthy, but not depriving -- an elusive combo we can get behind. Guilt-free pie? Yes, please.

The WB sells various babycakes and cookies at Rainbow Grocery, The Real Foods Company, and Valencia WholeFoods and will also be at the Eat Real Festival this weekend with three varieties of vegan doughnut bites; follow the Twitter for further street (and pie) sightings.

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