The vegan options at Moe’s now includes organic tofu. For those unfamiliar, Moe’s is a Choose Your Own Burrito (or Bowl) fast casual similar to Chipotle – just not as good, although to fair, no place really is.
Vegan Options at Moe’s
- The Art Vandalay
Moe’s vegetarian burrito is served in a flour or whole-grain tortilla and stuffed with rice, beans, handmade guacamole, and shredded lettuce. To make it vegan, hold the cheese and sour cream. You also have the option of adding grilled onions, bell peppers, and/or mushrooms.
- The Band Camp
Order the meat-free burrito bowl the same way as the Art Vandalay burrito (above) to achieve perfect happiness.
- The Earmuffs
Choose the organic tofu as your protein, and hold the cheese.
- The Personal Trainer
This fresh salad is meat-free and features chopped romaine lettuce, beans, salsa, cucumbers, and black olives. Simply hold the cheese and replace the ranch dressing with the vegan Fat-Free Salsa Vinaigrette or Southwest Vinaigrette.
- The Julia Gulia
Moe’s features what it calls “stacks,” which means that your filling is stacked between two crunchy corn shells wrapped in a grilled flour or whole-grain tortilla. Choose the organic tofu as your protein, and hold the cheese. Add other fillings as you like.
- The Unanimous Decision
This taco is meat-free and packed with black beans, salsa, handmade guacamole, and shredded lettuce. Simply hold the cheese and sour cream or replace them with grilled veggies and/or chopped cucumbers.
- Organic tofu
- Black beans
- Grilled onions, bell peppers, and mushrooms
- Chopped cucumbers
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