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The New vegan, All Plant Based Menu at Rocky Mountain Flatbread

Rocky Mountain Flatbread has added a new vegan,  plant-based menu to their existing offerings at their Vancouver restaurants. The All plant-based menu features appetizers, artisan pizzas, soups, salads and organic pasta with gluten-wise alternatives available for the pastas and flatbread.

This local Vancouver eatery has a long-standing commitment to farm to table practices; and all of their pizzas, pastas, soups and salads are created with fresh, local and organic ingredients –  The new vegan options are a natural evolution of that commitment. Chef Oliver Zulauf, long known for his creative and healthy approach to cooking, has produced a new house-made “cau” cheese and drizzle made from cauliflower which is featured throughout the new menu. 

Here are some highlights of the new vegan offerings at Rocky Mountain Flatbread:

  • Avocado lovers everywhere, take note of the Avocado Veg Pizza featuring an avocado base, zucchini, red bell peppers, oyster mushrooms, caramelized onions, hemp hearts and balsamic reduction.
  •  Mushroom lovers will not be able to resist the Mushroom Caps appetizer, Mushroom Ragout pasta, and Wild Mushroom pizza made with mixed BC wild dried & local fresh mushrooms.
  • No gluten in your diet? No problem. Gluten wise is always an option at Rocky Mountain Flatbread.
  • Nut free. Rocky Mountain Flatbread is a completely nut-free environment and safe for those families who are concerned about allergens.

 

The complete All plant-based menu is available on their website along with all of Rocky Mountain Flatbread’s dining options. Visit rockymountainflatbread.ca for more information.

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