(As mentioned, the employees were stocking the shelves - please pardon the boxes above.)
I could send some of these beets (below) to Maud! :)
Oh look, another employee. Bulk Bin aisle.
Not much for raw food treats / bars.
The tofu / tempeh / seitan / dairy free product case.
This location also gets a large lunch crowd, so their prepared item cases are extensive (I am also one of the prepared meal buyers - but not necessary at lunch).
The vegan options on display today:
Above: Cherry Almond Herb Salad. Below: Balsamic Roasted Tofu.
Near the tamales, we have the taquitos I tried on Cinco de Mayo.
In addition to the salad bar, they also have a large olive bar - this one is for Shen. :)
Lastly, the hot bar. It was breakfast time, and other than quinoa or oatmeal - this is all there was for vegans:
(Tofu Scramble, Potatoes O'Brien).
This particular Whole Foods rarely has much variety for vegans on the hot bar. So, why do I shop here most often? Proximity and convenience, I suppose.
That's it - you've seen all three stores in my area! As the other two have been dubbed the biggest, and the smallest, this one shall be called the busiest. For my next series, I'm thinking of taking you along to the three (how ironic!) Farmer's Markets I go to during the summer. Unless that would be terribly boring. Let me know what you think!