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Two Vegan Sistas 

Bretta and Belinda King opened Two Vegan Sistas earlier this spring as a mostly raw and vegan delivery service. They recently opened a sit-down restaurant on Summer.
Hannah, Bianca, and I went to check it out for lunch on Thursday. We started with the Protein Poppers ($1.99), which comes with an option of popcorn or cauliflower. We went with the cauliflower. This is one amped up app with spirulina, kelp, herbs, and spices.
A must-try at Two Vegan Sistas is Bretta's mock chicken salad sandwich ($5.99). Delicious. The side salad was dressed in a wonderful dressing ... we guessed it included cilantro and avocado.
Some entrees like the Living Pizza take 30 minutes to prepare, so we went for sandwiches, including the BB King Live Barbeque ($6.99). The barbecue is made with almonds.
The Cashew Burger ($5.99) was served on a lettuce leaf. I could eat this all the time.
Of course, we ordered dessert. The Raw Vegan Oreo ($2.99) is made with carob, sesame seeds, cashews, almonds, and dates.
A favorite at the table was the Raw "Reese's" Pie ($4).
We also order this pretty crepe ($4.99), a raw vegan flax pancake with vegan whipped cream, date syrup, and blueberries.
3/8
A must-try at Two Vegan Sistas is Bretta's mock chicken salad sandwich ($5.99). Delicious. The side salad was dressed in a wonderful dressing ... we guessed it included cilantro and avocado.
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