I got beautiful whole grain English muffins from a co-op store.
While I was at the store, something caught my eye.
Since we changed our diet and now pay so much more attention to what food we buy, certain key words get my attention, like vegan, plant-based, no preservatives, no artificial colors, no artificial flavors, organic…
And “local” is also one of them.
Well, it’s actually a big one for me.
This green tomato chutney was produced by Urban Roots, a local organization that help “youth interns to develop leadership, entrepreneurial, and life skills” through their Market Garden, Conservation, and Cook Fresh Programs.
This is how I built this sandwich.
First, tomato and onion slices.
And then crunchy tempeh.
They look pretty awesome already at this point.
It gets even better.
A heap of V-egg salad goes next.
Left-over V-egg salad goes into my pretty Pioneer Woman cup to be stored and enjoyed later.
Now here is the main supporting actor!
Green tomato chutney from Urban Roots.
I love when the producer lists the ingredients up front, not in small print hiding in the back.
This always means that the maker is proud of their product!
And I liked what I saw.
They apparently create wonderful flavors.
The tomato chutney was a GREAT addition to this sandwich.
The only other thing I need is a glass of home cold-brewed coffee.