Vegan Food

Curd is the Word

[update: Squid & Ink is closed, but everything below applies to the Highline on Capitol Hill]

Let’s just get to it: turns out, even diehard Squid & Ink fans are unfamiliar with the very best item on their menu—the vegan cottage cheese. Let me show you! Don’t be scared!

I was doubtful, apprehensive—yea suspicious—when I saw this item on the menu. Thankfully, after a few visits, my voracious ways won out over my fears and a new era in vegan non-dairy goodness was born.

Those of you who never loved cottage cheese, or have never tried it—I implore you to not overlook this gift from the vegan gods. I substitute any side at breakfast for this white lumpy goodness and never regret it—I recommend eating with grapes and berries. I have yet to meet a person who doesn’t like it.

You can even get this treat for take-out (as I did this very day), and enjoy in the comfort of your home watching movies about families starring Ginnifer Goodwin (as I also did this very day).

Your quest: point your front wheel towards George Town and stop at 1128 S. Albro Place between 9 am and midnight any day but Monday, and order the vegan cottage cheese.

And now a digression.
Curd is the word, is the word that they heard
It’s got groove, it’s got meaning
Curd is the time, is the place, is the motion
Curd is the way we are feeling

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