I partook in the "Wild Rhino Old Oat Burger," and while I was skeptical, the bonus for me with this veganizing is how much it forces me to choose items outside of my comfort zone. My first bite wasn't the best bite. I kinda felt like a horse with an oat bag strapped to my face, but then I took a bite with with all the fixins - a yummy mango salsa (which elicited my response of "who knew I loved mango so much?"), and I was deeelighted. It was really tasty, and really filling. I could only eat half.. though that may have something to do with the fact that I upgraded to some plump and yummy sweet potato fries.
When we left, we also took advantage of the bakery! I picked up an oversized, don't-tell-my-pants, vegan chocolate chip cookie, and a vegan "power muffin," which has an entire banana in each muffin, plus tofu, almond and flax meal, and cranberries! sounds good, right? I haven't eaten yet. I'll let ya know.
Anyways, if you're on the westside of town, stop in to Treehuggers Cafe for a meal, and tell 'em Ann sent you (don't do that. they don't know me.)
Ann aka Power Muffin