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March 7th, 2011 STACY BROWNHILL | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2011: Black Sheep Bakery

Vegans and carnivores alike, hie to this bright hole-in-the-wall deli-bakery combo with two locations hidden amid industrial buildings both north and south of East Burnside. Prepare to taste a foreign language of tapenade, Tofutti and frittata. Vegan biscuits and gravy ($4.50), polenta bake ($4.25) and macaroni salad ($3.50) beckon from behind the deli case. Meat-eaters will love the Suffolk sandwich, composed of turkey, cheddar, lemon-rosemary mayo and cucumber-pickle chutney. Vegetarians might try the Rough Fell sandwich with provolone, olive tapenade, hummus, carrot and roasted red pepper (both $6.50 whole, $4 half). And don’t forget about the vast array of baked vegan pastries, like the maple and applesauce muffins ($2), and desserts, like the peanut butter chocolate-chip bar ($1.75). Everything on the menu can be “veganized,” and might (gasp!) be tastier for it. For those on the west side, check out Black Sheep Bakery’s stand at the PSU farmers market on Saturdays.

 
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