Vegan food in Miami

Vegan food in Miami

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josh panel

A couple of weeks ago I landed at Miami airport and had a long drive across the Everglades before heading north to Gulfport ahead of me. This didn’t leave me very much time for lunch, so I quickly checked the HappyCow app to find the nearest place and luckily found something en route in the western suburbs of Miami.

Vegan and Juice is a Cuban/Latin-style establishment in an unassuming strip mall just a 10-minute drive from the airport.

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I walked inside and was greeted by a friendly server who explained that they have different size takeaway containers which give you a certain number of choices depending on the size of the container. I had read somewhere (either in the HappyCow comments or on Facebook) that not everything they serve is vegan, that they sometimes use dairy cheese. I asked the server about that and she confirmed that was the case but the day I visited everything was 100% vegan. Yay!

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I made my selections and headed back out to the car and had a quick nibble before setting out on my journey. I made several pitstops throughout the Everglades and Big Cypress National Preserve to keep eating. The food was delicious and what a scenic setting to enjoy it! In my container I had cilantro (coriander) rice, tofu ceviche, a baked plantain and some sort of delicious vegan ham and yuca bake (yuca is synonymous with cassava and shouldn’t be mistaken for the popular yucca houseplant)!

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At one of the stops on my drive across the Everglades, an alligator had its beady eyes on my food but it wasn’t going to get any!

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I loved the food but I’m a bit perplexed as to why a place with ‘vegan’ in the name still serves dairy cheese, especially when the vegan alternatives are so good these days. Nevertheless, it was highly enjoyable and I can’t wait to go back.

Be sure to follow Vegan and Juice on Twitter and like them on Facebook.

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