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Review: I mean it's soul food! And it's not too far from FSU/FAM. All the food is tasty, of course the mac n cheese is delicious, though the quality waxes and wanes (sometimes soupy, sometimes just right). *Warning* we have clinics dedicated to recovering mac-heads (no one actually recovers from this addiction, they just take it day by day) :-) The gyro (lunch only) comes with a nice sauce and hits the spot. Pretty sure it is seitan. They do a good job with it. The bbq tofu is excellent as others have said. The lasagne is awesome, wish they had it more than once a week (never sure which day it is exactly so I just hope to get lucky). All the food is somewhat greasy and the only veggies (while being tasty) seem to be cooked for a while so they only have so many nutrients left. The sauteed tofu is pretty good, but it's hard to resist the bbq. I usually don't get the spanish rice (mostly because I'm addicted to the mac n cheese) but it tends to leave me feeling a bit greasy. The desserts are pretty good, somewhat like cafeteria style yellow cakes, strawberry shortcakes, and sweet potato pie. The shakes are good, but they usually don't have the ice cream they advertise. Oh, but one of the best things (that is also sporadic) is the ginger drink. A heavily, POTENT, ginger drink for hardcore ginger lovers ONLY! Well everyone should drink it though, and I think it's the healthiest thing on the menu and gives you a nice kick. It's good to counteract some of the lethargy you might get eating soul veg. Overall though, a good way to treat yourself and a rare find in Tallahassee.

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tallyvegan
Posted by tallyvegan on Friday, February 22, 2013
Soul Veg isn't "all vegan". They use honey in just about everything, including the lasagna, BBQ sauce and sauteed wrap.
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