Mya Zeronis, who has been featured in Pittsburgh Magazine as well as in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, devotes her life to cooking and serving the cleanest eats possible. Her dishes do not include GMOs or any chemical, artificial, or processed ingredients; likewise, she prides herself on utilizing local, organic, and fresh ingredients. This shows greatly in the quality of her food--- the tastes are vibrant, refreshing, and unique. So what vegan clean eats did we get to nosh on today? Read on...
|Muddy Melissa sipping on some fair trade organic coffee at Chef Mya Zeronis' pop up vegan brunch|
|You can't get any cleaner than this!|
The chili spooned over the coconut jasmine rice was pure perfection; the flavors, together, were the perfect balance of spicy and sweet. Even Steve (who, as you know, detests all things spicy) gobbled up a bowlful of the chili and rice. No meat was missed in this hearty, savory, and flavorful dish; the black beans provided more than enough heartiness to this spicy chili! All around the room, we heard other diners rave about the delicious chili.
|Spicy with a hint of sweet--- a chili lover's (and probably even a meat lover's!) delight|
|Crunchy Kale and moist tofu... a clean eats culinary power combo!|
|Kraft Mac-N-Cheese, you've been bested (not that Kraft Mac-N-Cheese is tasty anyway, ha!)|
|Tofu-cauliflower scrambled "eggs" for breakfast... yes, please!|
|Not my personal favorite... but would be for an onion lover!|
|Moist, fluffy, and rich... bursting with fresh blueberry flavor!|
|We cleared our plates!|
Happy clean eating!