I purchased a groupon for The Green Boheme in Sacramento about 6 months ago that expires in August. I needed to get that bad boy used up by putting some awesome food in my belly. The Green Boheme is a quaint little raw vegan cafe off of Del Paso Boulevard near Arden Fair Mall (sort of). Upon entering, I was stoked. Happy, radiant people with nice skin, and chipper attitudes. I have heard that the raw foods diet lightens your life, but geez. It was almost nauseating how cool everyone was...in a good way of course. Water came to the table in a wine bottle with a whole branch of mint leaves in it. I have had cucumber in water before, which was DE-lish, but mint?! EPIC! I highly recommend. Being that I had a $10 groupon, which I might add, I bought so long ago it felt like I got it for free, I decided to forgo the idea of getting a $9 entree and eating for free. I decided to get an appy and an entree for cheap. The appetizer I chose was an Indonesian pate called Sambal. It was sort of like a spicy, creamy hummus with lemongrass. It was unFREAKINGreal. The dehydrated flax/sunflower seed crackers that came with the Sambal were like vegan Kryptonite; They whooped my ass, for reals! Now, for the main course....ready for this...."No Sea Tuna Sandwich". I don't even know where to go from here. Describing the amazingness of this sandwich cannot be left to a mere mortal man. I have been veggie for over two years now, and I cannot remember the last time I had a tuna sandwhich (which I love). The mock tuna pate tasted JUST like the real deal. Instead of explaining the awesome sandy, let me share The Green Boheme's description from the menu:
Will I be going back to The Green Boheme? ABSOLUTELY!
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