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Whole Foods Coral Springs Hosting Vegan 'Healthy Brunch Club' This Sunday

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Brunch is arguably the best invention ever. Breakfast + lunch = genius. Sadly, vegans don't get a lot of midday meal love. Buttermilk pancakes, eggs benedict and bacon are the stuff of most brunch menus.

Luckily, you can stuff yourself with meatless eats this weekend at Whole Foods' Coral Springs' healthy vegan brunch club. For just $15 a pop, you'll get to gorge yourself on goodies like tempeh bacon, herbed bread pudding and a mimosa, to boot.

See also: Vegan Drinks Night Kicking Off at Yard House in Hallandale

The brunch will be served up by the store's Healthy Eating & Green Mission Specialist, Kristina.

Diners will be treated to a cornucopia of vegan eats, including an herbed bread pudding with rosemary, thyme and chives; a Swiss chard "frittata" with silken tofu, turmeric and garlic garnished with Swiss chard; maple-flavored tempeh bacon and a pound cake topped with raspberry compote and coconut cream.

Plus, orange juice or, if you're feeling saucy, a mimosa. Because Sundays are fundays.

The brunch runs this Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Whole Foods Coral Springs, 810 University Drive. Tickets are $15, and the event is limited to the first 20 paid customers -- so hurry up and reserve or you'll miss out on an epic meatless meal. You can call (954) 753-8000 to book.



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