Delicious Fresh Vegan Food in Phoenix, Arizona
Hello and thank you for visiting community cuisine – the place to get your vegan food in Phoenix – healthy, clean, affordable and delicious.
I am your community cook. That’s something like a personal chef for a group of people who eat similar foods. I am happy to have the opportunity to serve vegan food in Phoenix AZ.
My community of customers likes food made from scratch. Food that is prepared with fresh, nutrient dense ingredients, mostly organically grown and of local source if possible. Therefore, I use a great variety of plant based ingredients. Vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds and a wide range of spices and herbs. Eating such a spectrum of plant based vegan food may help you with health and weight issues. At the same time you enjoy the richness of flavors of clean ingredients. That’s my customers tell me about the way we prepare the food.
I love feeding people.
It is a very personal thing for me to make the food you eat. I feel privileged to provide it to you. It makes my life meaningful to contribute to your well being and enjoyment by making healthy foods tasty and fun to eat.
There is a more serious side to my love of feeding people. I am acutely aware of how many people in our city live in food insecurity. As many as one out of seven seniors, one out of four children may go to bed hungry on any given day in the our beautiful Valley of the Sun. I believe that most people are interested in improving this grueling statistic that consists of many individual tragedies, but may not know how.
On my search for a way to engage in a solution, I became intrigued by the concept of the “One World Everybody Eats Cafe”. I believe our awareness needs to grow to shift from a problematic situation to one that works. That’s why I’m planning to start such a community cafe myself. This cafe is a place to practice new attitudes towards food. It allows us to to address the issues of hunger, food waste and health in a new way. I see Community Cuisine as a place where one comes to eat not just to satisfy one’s appetite, but also take an active part in our community. My invitation to you is to participate in what I have to offer in any way that meets your needs.
Ingrid Hirtz Your Community Cook, Better Earth Cuisine