Posted August 11, 2011 by Amelia Banzi
Yup, that’s right folks, Texas vegans are on the rise and we’re giving insane, mad props to the University of North Texas for taking some real initiative and offering serious vegan grub to their students. Culinary Operations Chef, Wanda White, has been cooking up a real storm in preparation of the fall semester. We’re talking freshly-made vegan pizzas with all the works, veggie paninis served on homemade focaccia bread, and much more!
According to UNT Dining Services “Our number one request has always been to have more vegan and vegetarian options.” Head over to their website for a nice drool, to get ideas for what you could ask of your school’s Dining Services or, for you lucky UNT students, to plan one heavenly meal after the next! UNT’s “Mean Greens” Cafeteria is not only promoting carbon-footprint reduction and health, they’re rockin’ the kind of sustainable goodness that makes for very happy tummies.
The times are a-changin’ and UNT is leading the way! Want to veganize your cafeteria? Our how-to video here will make it easy peasy!
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