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March 28th, 2006 12:00 am Laura Parisi | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2006


The beauty of Alberta's inviting Vita Cafe is how it has managed�unbelievably�to make a vegan alternative that tastes so good you'll have no qualms giving up the meat product it's replacing. It tastes like the real thing, even when it's not. Vita's BLT ($5.95) trades in the pig fat for smoked tempeh and could herald the beginning of the end of your addiction to flesh. The extensive menu also offers a nice array of yummy vegetarian options, as well as a few real burgers ($4.95-$5.95)�free-range and hormone-free, of course�for those of you who are still devoted meat eaters. (LP)

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