Moo Moo’s is dedicated to the purity of its ingredients, the innovation and balance of each recipe, and our signature flavor of the final product. Each dish offered by Moo Moo’s is made up of a careful balance of nutrients intended to work together for the optimal well-being of the body. It is a process of nutritional research and development to ensure Moo Moo’s honest flavor is present in every bite. Moo Moo’s is passionate and devoted to creating progressive, honest, and sustainable vegetarian cuisine from the farm, to our kitchen, to your table.
Vegetarians come in many forms
Besides the obvious, countless studies of the health benefits of following a vegetarian diet why else would one indulge in such a cultured lifestyle? To lower one’s blood pressure? To reduce one’s risk of heart disease? To lower one’s risk of cancer? Or for the simple reason that vegetables, legumes, and whole grains are not only better for you but they taste better too.
Moo Moo’s is here to introduce you to the endless creation of flavor combinations one can experience in vegetarian cuisine. Well-balanced, optimal nourishment taking care of your body mind and soul, one bite at a time. Experience and indulge in Moo Moo’s moovement and start Livin’ the Veggie Life!!
There are several ways to participate in Livin the Veggie Life:
- A vegetarian is a person who abstains from eating meat, fish or poultry. There are several varietals of vegetarians.
- Lacto-Ova vegetarians follow a plant based diet that does not include any type of meat, fish or poultry. but do include eggs and dairy in their diet.
- Lacto vegetarians do not eat meat, fish, poultry or eggs, but do eat dairy.
- Vegans do not eat any animal products, including dairy and honey.
- Pescetarians do not eat meat or poultry, follow a very plant based diet, but also include fish.
- Flexitarians (Several of Moo Moo’s friends & colleagues are Flexitarians) include meat, poultry, and fish in their diets but do eat a vegetarian meal 2-5 times a week.
The creation of a dish is an intricate, thoughtful process. Most ideas stem from Michele strolling through farmers markets which allows for an array of in season produce and delectable flavors. When creating a dish, the aesthetic is a combination of colors, textures and flavors that are brought out naturally through the vegetables, fruits and legumes without relying on saturated oils and sodium.