Mixed Grain Joins List of Best Health Food Spots on Campus

Mixed Grain Joins List of Best Health Food Spots on Campus

By Nicolas Desouza

Craving a bowl of savory goodness? Instead of opting for the usual Chipotle, travel two blocks down the street and you can now find Korean style marinated pulled pork and 5-spice butternut squash bowls for the price of a burrito bowl. Mixed Grain serves up healthy portions of hearty and flavorful food behind the counter at Alchemy Coffee from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. dailyscreenshot-2016-10-18-17-51-15.Their signature mixed grain consisting of brown rice, barley and quinoa sits underneath one of their tender proteins for a balanced bowl that won’t disappoint.

 

And it’s all thanks to owner Daniel Harthausen, who is now implementing his experiences as a nutritionist and personal trainer to provide people with a healthy eating option. As a certified International Sports Sciences Association nutritionist you can trust Harthausen to provide healthy meals with quality ingredients.

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Mixed Grain features a fresh and innovative menu with vegan options that are always changing.

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