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Veggielicious made it’s debut quietly in the late summer setting up in a prime location across from campus on High Street. A welcome sight for vegans and lacto-ovo vegetarians, Veggielicious offers wraps, quesadillas, and bowls with any combination of ingredients from owner Becky’s arsenal of fresh veggies. These include eggs, onions, jalapenos, cheese, tomatoes, mushrooms, red peppers, black beans, broccoli, sour cream, and salsa. The veggies are thrown on a grill, tossed together, warmed through but not over cooked, and served in the style of your choosing.
It was the first day of school when I made a beeline for Veggielicious and since I couldn’t resist the siren song of melt-y cheese-y goodness, I opted for a large quesadilla. From the picture, you can see it’s a little bit of everything, a whole lot of cheese, but no eggs. Served with salsa and sour cream on the side, the veggies made me feel great (but the cheese still made me feel guilty, ha). I felt stuffed with the 12-inch tortilla and may opt for the small (10-inch tortilla) next time.
Since Becky sets up really early for the college crowd and offers eggs, I can see this being a great place for breakfast: a large wrap with loads of veggies, two eggs, and a coffee from next door sounds like just the type of breakfast I need to fortify me for 8:30am class (or a nap from the food coma). There might be soup and grilled cheese in the works for the fall and winter so keep an eye on Veggielicious’ Facebook for any updates.