Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Intercontinental Superfood Brunch at Schwartz Living Market, November 7, 2015 and more!

For the most amazing REAL food in Pittsburgh, PA! Chef Mya Zeronis's extraVEGANza is open in Schwartz Living Market at 1317 East Carson Street in Pittsburgh's Historic District.Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 6:00 to 8:30 PM. Woo Hoo! Free parking for customers behind the market across Bingham Street. Come on in to this Urban Oasis for Healthful Living, buy a book, a candle and some body butter, and enjoy some delicious food and drink. Nurture yourself! :)
Elisa Beck,  :)

Join us at the next Inter-continental Superfood Brunch on Saturday, November 7, 2015. Go to this link to pre-register: nov7brunch.brownpapertickets.com

Serving Health in Most Natural, Delicious Form
Inter-Continental Superfood Brunch
Schwartz Living Market
Pittsburgh, PA
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Raw acai chia falooda, fermented green tea salad and more...

Gluten free, vegan, soy free, unprocessed and with no
refined sugar......yes, it's possible.

A part of the monthly Saturday Superfood Brunch series, this
is a one-of-a-kind slow food event that typically runs for 2-3 hours, allowing guests to eat mindfully, socialize, network,
have intellectual conversations, get informed about healing superfood ingredients and enjoy themselves while the food comes out course after course. By eating mindfully and not loading up on empty calories and carbs, guests leave more
than full, nourished and satisfied. This is not a buffet, and
table manners will be expected.

Milestones:

http://vstw.net/2015/04/an-evolution-of-eating/

http://www.muddymelissa.com/2015/04/12/review-zest-wishes-vegan-brunch/

http://pittsburgh.cityvoter.com/best/brunch/great-meals/pittsburgh

http://www.post-gazette.com/life/munch/2014/08/28/Munch-goes-to-Schwartz-Living-Market/stories/201408280139

http://www.wonderaddo.com/index.php/family-friendly-vegan-brunch/

http://www.pittsburghmagazine-digital.com/pittsburghmagazine/january_2014/?pg=104&pm=1&u1=friend#pg104

http://www.post-gazette.com/life/recipes/2013/09/19/Food-Column-Cook-and-learn-at-pop-up-dinner/stories/201309190282

http://www.popcitymedia.com/features/creativedinners0918.aspx

Enjoy a-whole-new-level vegan brunch items crafted by Chef Mya Zeronis of Lean Chef en Route/extraVEGANza, using GMO-free, local, organic ingredients and NO refined sugar, gluten, processed textured mock meats, vegetable protein isolates TVPs and processed vegan cheeses.

A chef who weighs 98 pounds, Mya Zeronis started cooking plant-strong Burmese farm food in her parents' kitchen at the age of 11. Despite her decade-long career in conventional, meat-centric, butter-drowned, flour-covered and
sugar-coated U.S. restaurant kitchens, she identified a need
for healthful foods in Pittsburgh and made it her business in 2013. By returning to her roots, she resolved some of her
health issues resulted from eating whatever was readily available in restaurant kitchens. Her multifaceted business (personal chef and catering services, raw organic juice bar, vegan whole food cafe and monthly plant-based superfood brunches) aims to make healthy eating and sustainable living accessible. Nearly a dozen of her recipes won top prizes in national and local contests. Some others were published in magazines and cookbooks.

[;4 BEVERAGES]; Juice counter for make-your-own raw
fresh juice blends: Orange Glow - carrots, Mandarin oranges, ginger; Virgin Mary - tomatoes, celery, banana peppers,
 garlic, lemon, pink Himalayan salt

Raw vegan nog with coconut milk, bananas, cinnamon, nut mag, cloves, turmeric, nutritional yeast, vanilla

Organic, fair-trade coffee with homemade almond milk and grade B dark organic maple syrup

[;10 DISHES];

This is reservation-only event and guests must pay in
advance. Cutoff is 48 hours prior to event. Want to get this brunch and upcoming brunches for $15 each? Sign up for a one-year Born To Brunch membership (link below).

1)Raw pizza with dehydrated flax-oat-buckwheat-sunflower seed crust, sundried tomato basil sauce, garlic cashew
 ricotta, dehydrated zucchini, eggplant, Swiss chard, pine nut parmesan

2)Kale-purple cabbage slaw with raw coconut aminos, avocado lime scallion dressing

3)Garbanzo battered and baked Buffalo cauliflower bites served with organic cayenne-apple cider sauce, spirulina cashew blue cheese dip, celery and carrot sticks

4)Japanese pumpkin squash soup in ginger coconut cream, topped with English peas

5)Euro open-face sandwich on anti-wheat whole grain-seed bread with roasted eggplant, peppers, lemon avocado spread, fresh tomato, red onion, kale

6)Golden sticky rice and potatoes with turmeric, toasted sesame oil, fried onions

7)Pan-fried black lentil fritters with mint tamarind chili dip

8)Fermented green tea salad with raw sunflower seeds, raw hemp hearts, raw sesame seeds, cabbage, tomato, lime juice, cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil

9) Acai chia falooda with raw kelp noodles, dried jackfruit crumbs, crushed banana chips, crushed raw pecans, dried coconuts and mixed berries

10)Raw cacao walnut brownies sweetened with dates and raisins

Raw fresh ingredients are washed three times using baking soda-sea salt-filtered water solution.

Up to two children age 7 or younger, accompanied by paying adult, eat free. For each additional child or those 8-14, the cost is $10 and it's donated to No Kid Hungry.

This is reservation-only event and guests must pay in advance. Cutoff is two days prior to event. Want to get this brunch and upcoming brunches for $15 each? Sign up for a one-year Born To Brunch membership.

Please email organizer well in advance if you have any food sensitivities and allergies. If bringing children under 7 years of age, please let organizer know how many.

1 comment:

  1. It is really good to know about this Intercontinental Superfood Brunch. I am really glad to know about this brunch place. I also love visiting my favorite brunch venue. It is the best event space San Francisco and is quite popular for offering different varieties of brunch.

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