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O.C.’s Best: Vegan Breakfasts

These five Orange County kitchens prove it’s easy being green, even at the most important meal of the day

Veg-heads don’t just mow down bowls of granola and slam wheatgrass shots at the break of dawn. Most want to enjoy brunching on Sunday-Funday with everyone else. And because it can be hard to find tofu scrambles and dairy-free waffles, we’ve rounded up five local eateries that provide tasty vegan options to start the morning right.

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  1. spacemonkee23 posted on 08/05/2014 08:38 AM
    Hey, who wrote this article? Its quite good. ;)
    1. 3Mk3fZWW4xwPzE895CnQ posted on 08/05/2014 06:15 PM
      @spacemonkee23 Does that mean you are the author? Just FYI, honey is not considered vegan since it is an animal product (Mead's Green Door Cafe: Nutty Monkey). Thanks for the article
    2. spacemonkee23 posted on 08/06/2014 11:37 AM
      @3Mk3fZWW4xwPzE895CnQ No, I am not the author. It is possible that I know the author though.
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