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Looking for a place to refuel after a yoga class in Kits? This community juice bar on Fourth Avenue has a laid back vibe, local artwork on the walls and a small seating area. The modest vegetarian menu has five unique salad options along with plenty of additional toppings to choose from. The house salad is a healthy option made with greens, carrot, red onion, alfalfa sprouts, cucumber, cheese and mixed seeds tossed with apple-ginger dressing and served with a side of rye toast and vegan garlic spread. We suggest pairing your salad with a fresh juice or made-to-order smoothie.
Arguably Kitsilano’s most comprehensive vegetarian takeout joint, Sejuiced offers an extensive menu of yogi bowls, sandwiches, wraps, breakfasts, soups and quesadillas, many of which are less than $12, with sandwiches and wraps hovering around the $6 mark. Affordable meals aside, Sejuiced is renowned for its juices; choose from vital fluids of carrot and apple, to energy elixirs with ginger and vitamin C, to power-shakes with soy protein and flax.
An unassuming vegetarian spot in Kits, Sejuiced serves up some mean salads, burgers and juices. But it’s their cookies and bliss balls that keep me coming back for more. Mostly gluten-free, vegan and sugar free, their karmic bliss cookie – loaded with flax, chia, coconut oil, cinnamon and carob chips – is pure joy. For something even more decadent, bliss balls made with vegan dark chocolate, coconut and fruit do wonders. And because everyone seems to be Paleo these days, they now have pure + paleo pyramid bites made with organic dark cocoa, honey and coconut oil.