Scramble Serves New Vegan Menu

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The vegans have spoken.

Popular demand has prompted North Phoenix breakfast joint Scramble to create a new menu especially for folks who don't eat meat or dairy -- or who just don't feel like it. (I count myself in the latter category sometimes, as I'm always on the lookout for a kickass tofu scramble. Here, they have two versions.)

Since some of the dishes look nearly identical to their non-vegan counterparts, they're served on different colored plates. What's more, the kitchen uses special pans and utensils that are exclusively for the vegan items, so that you don't get any bacon grease or butter mixed in with your dish.

Check out the menu:

Vegan Mushroom & Spinach Scramble

Tofu scramble with sauteed mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes and spinach. Served with sweet potato hash & toast 7.69

Vegan Veggie Scramble

Tofu scramble with squash, zucchini, sun dried tomatoes, red onion & bell peppers. Served with sweet potato hash & toast 7.69

Vegan Soyrizo Burrito

Tofu scramble with Soyrizo, red & green peppers and avocado wrapped in a flour tortilla. Served with sweet potato hash 7.69

Vegan French French Toast

French baguette hand cut and dipped in a vanilla vegan custard with a a side of Morningstar Farms veggie sausage patties 7.69

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