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Plant-Based Resources Are All Around Us

Feb 28, 2020 01:45AM ● By Annalise Combs

We don’t have to search very hard these days to find multiple sources of healthy, clean, fresh, meatless food options. Here are a few that are leading the way in North Texas.

The Goats Revolt

The Goat’s Revolt is a locally made and locally loved vegan cheese and butter company. The full line of tasty, meltable cheeses are completely dairy, gluten, lactose and casein-free. They have added a line of pantry stable sauces and soup mixes that are totally allergen-free. Find them Saturdays at the Dallas Farmers’ Market for a free sample.

Mckinney, 505-819-8951,,

Food Saved Me

Food Saved Me offers nutrition and cooking classes in Southlake. Nutritionists specialize in cooking for cancer prevention, heart disease prevention and reversal, diabetes prevention, Alzheimer’s prevention, food addiction and more. They also offer classes online.

535 S. Nolen, Ste. 400, Southlake, 817-421-3663, 

Viridescent Kitchen

Viridescent Kitchen is a plant-based and mostly gluten-free cafe and bakery. They offer catering services and boast an in-house vegan grocery by Plant Based Grocery, as well as regular classes on nutrition and cooking demos. Join the mailing list on social media for updates.

5760 State Hwy. 121, Ste. 140, Plano, 214-297-2334, 

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