We Cooked Delicious Fresh Vegan Food For Over 12 Years For You. We closed our shop by the end of August 2022
Hello and thank you for visiting Community Cuisine – the place where many of you got your vegan food in Phoenix – delicious, healthy, and affordable. We moved to CA and we are currently not offering any service in Phoenix anymore. This is what it was:
We are your community cooks. That’s something like chefs for a group of people who eat similar foods. We are happy to have the opportunity to serve vegan food in Phoenix AZ.
Our community of customers likes food made from scratch. Food that is prepared with fresh, nutrient-dense ingredients, mostly organically grown and from a local source if possible. Therefore, we 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 what our customers tell us about the way we prepare the food.
We love feeding people.
It is a very personal thing to make the food others eat. We feel privileged to cook for you. It is meaningful to us to contribute to your well-being and enjoyment by making healthy foods tasty and fun to eat.
There is a more serious side to our love of feeding people. We are acutely aware of how many people in our city live in food insecurity. As many as one out of seven seniors and one out of four children may go to bed hungry on any given day in our beautiful Valley of the Sun.
We are offering a small, but meaningful contribution to a solution of the problem. Every Monday night we hold a Pay As You Can Community Dinner. There we serve our high-quality food to everyone independently of their ability to pay for it. This concept allows us to feed some in need, but also feed all that come on a different level. At Community Dinner, we share a unique experience that is rooted in the values of connection, contribution, inclusion, and compassion.
We believe keeping these values at the heart of what we do makes our food better in ways we can’t explain, but our customers can taste.
Ingrid and Daniel Hirtzon behalf of the staff of Community Cuisine