Follow Your Heart Natural Foods Market & Cafe
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- Follow Your Heart Natural Foods Market & CafeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Sep 25, 2013
I love this market and cafe. Follow Your Heart is such the gem of the valley. When I lived in the west valley, I'd come here with my sister for their hearty juices (they can make almost any combination you want) and healthy vegan dishes. Then we'd wander the aisles of the market where they have your usual health foods like sprouted tofu and quinoa, but also food I've never seen before. It's truly a unique, gourmet, health food market without any bit of pretentiousness.Recommended for:Foodies
- Follow Your Heart Natural Foods Market & CafeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4First to ReviewJun 18, 2013
When you think of being a vegan, your first thought is your are either going to miss being a carnivore or, even if you survive the lack of meat, what kind of portions can you get just being a vegetarian. Well, let me tell you, I am not a vegan, but if I was, this would be a definite place to start your voyage.
When the wife and I arrived, we first looked at the products they had, because it is also a store. They have awesome products that cater not only to good heath, such as vitamins, shampoos, soap, and other all natural products, but also books and educational items that will show you how to be successful at being more healthy the natural way.
The food is amazing. You would think vegetation food would not get you full, in this case, I was glad I was wrong. My wife ordered the Wok Stir Fry that has fresh veggies, organic tofu stir fried with garlic, ginger, tamari, served with brown rice. I decided on their Spanakopita, which is a spinach pie with feta and ricotta cheese, seasoned with dill baked in a flaky whole wheat filo pastry served with basmati rice and salad. I also had their cream of green things soup, which has broccoli, peas, and any green veggie you can think of. To drink, I had their wild berry ice tea, and the wife had a water.
The food was delicious as well as the wild berry ice tea and their filtered water. The portions are huge and will fill you up. My wife had to take some to go, and by the time I finished I was wobbling out. But in this case, you feel good because the food is healthy and good.
The staff was great, Kyle was our server and did an awesome job.
Parking is in the back or along Sherman Way or adjacent side street.
Did this place turn me vegan, nope, but will I come back to get my grub on? YES!Recommended for:Vegetarian