New Atlanta Vegan Bakery.
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Dough Bakery just opened up in east Atlanta near Little Five Points. I recently heard about this place via Twitter. As luck would have it, on Friday July 13th, my husband and I attended an event at a local Atlanta tattoo shop, Only You Tattoo. One of the artists there, who is vegan, happens to be the sister in law of one of the owners. I sampled some of their products and was sold. I knew I had to attend their opening weekend.
Dough Bakery had their grand opening on July 21st but we actually went in the following day. Once we pulled in, we automatically fell in love with the abstract structure of the building it was housed in. Entering the building you see many pieces of inspiring artwork from various artists, most local, and a beautiful array of bakery items straight ahead.
The staff was extremely prompt in greeting and chatting us up. Not only is this quaint little bakery filled with cookies, pies and cakes, a deli shares its quarters named Gutenfleischers. Options like mouth watering pasta salads and deli “meats/cheeses” to purchase for further kitchen use. The best part of course, EVERYTHING IS VEGAN.
After stuffing our faces with the delectable special of the week and buying some deli “meat”, we decided to make this a frequent stop. Hope you enjoy it too :)
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Happy National Vegetarian Week! I promise you’ll love it. Save some animals, money, & become healthier! Nothing to lose :)
In celebration of National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, I thought I’d try my first vegan cookie recipe :)
2 cups of flour
1 cup of sugar
1/4 cup of brown sugar
1 tsp of baking powder
1 tsp of baking soda
1 cup (or more if you want extra chocolate ;)) of dark chocolate chunks (vegan of course)
2/3 cup of vegetable oil
1/4 cup of coconut milk (or soy/almond milk, whatever you prefer)
1 tbsp molasses
•Preheat oven to 350
•Mix all dry ingredients together, whisk until thoroughly mixed.
•Mix all wet ingredients together thoroughly.
•Add dry and wet mixture together. Incorporate thoroughly.
•Form into little dough balls and bake for 8-10 minutes!