Some of the best things in life arrive fully assembled, such as motorcycles and newborn babies. Get dinner pre-put together with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of prepared vegan meals from Wellness Forum Foods in Worthington.
Using healthy, natural ingredients, chef Del Sroufe crafts delectable low-fat and oil-free vegan-friendly dishes. The diverse menu features freshly prepared, ready-to-cook entrees, sides, and desserts, available in various sizes to accommodate both small (two to three people) and large (four or more people) groups of herbivores and herbivoyeurs. Healthy tofu dishes, such as the oven fried tofu, served with cashew gravy, mashed potatoes, and steamed vegetables ($8.65+ per serving) or the barbecue tofu, served with organic brown rice pilaf and a mixed-green salad ($6.95+ per serving), offer perfectly portioned plates for every eater and soon-to-be unemployed serving maid in your household. Other entrees include the creamy basil pasta salad with organic pasta, cherry tomatoes, artichoke hearts, toasted pine nuts, and a creamy basil dressing ($6.75+ per serving), and savory sides and vegetables such as twice baked potatoes stuffed with a bevy of vegetables tossed in a sour "cream" ($5.95+ per serving).
Consult Wellness Forum Food's continually changing menu to design your next few dinners, which can be delivered or picked up at their Wilson Bridge Road location Every menu item can be custom-prepared in consideration of dietary preferences, allergies, and recurring artichoke-related night terrors.
Though online reviews for Wellness Forum Foods are still growing, ThisWeek featured it:
- Employees couldn't be friendlier, though. They're patient and knowledgeable about the menu. Omnivores shouldn't be at odds with vegans. They're in a pretty good place – This Week
Wellness Forum Hot Yoga
Hippocrates said, "Give me a fever and I can cure anything," referring to the body's ability to detoxify and burn away infection through sweat. With the same philosophy, Wellness Forum Hot Yoga maintains a classroom temperature of 105 degrees with 40% humidity to coax deeper stretches, reduce the risk of injuries, and strictly enforce their no popsicles in the studio rule. The instructors aim to provide a fun, sweating, and inspiring experience, helping students get in shape while gaining overall well-being and inner peace.