Julia's Kitchen

Nourish your body, feed your soul.

Cafe Menu February 19, 2012

Breakfast and Bakery

Sprouted Buckwheat Pancakes – served with coconut and berry sauces and seasonal fruit or raw banana ice cream half $7 full $10.50

Veggie Pancakes and Cashew Cream Cheese –Your choice of (2) crisp grain-free veggie pancakes topped with a smear of cashew cream cheese; served with a mini salad $6.25

Hot Porridge – sprouted grains cooked in creamy coconut milk and balancing spices $7

Toast with Za’atar butter – our sprouted grain sourdough roll sliced in half and topped with a “butter” made of extra virgin olive oil, sumac, and thyme; sprinkled w/sesame seeds $3.50

Golden Smoothie – sprouted almond milk, chia seeds, and banana are mixed with a nourishing blend of turmeric, ginger, dates, coconut oil, and spices; a magical ginger milkshake elixir! $8

Raw Banana Ice Cream Sundae – it’s just banana! Enjoy as it is or ask about our sauces and crumbles… unembellished $4.50 with toppings $5.75

Assorted muffins, scones, cinnamon rolls, raw and baked one bite treats, savory breads, crackers, kale chips and other nourishing inspirations are available daily. Check the bakery counter and the fridge!

Raw Cream Cheese and Crackers fermented cashew cream cheese, sprouted buckwheat crackers; served with a mini salad $6.25

Hummus and Crackers sprouted chickpea Za’atar hummus, baked sesame flatbread crackers; served with a mini salad $6.25

Raw Pizza crispy sprouted buckwheat crusts topped with hempseed pesto, fermented almond cheese, raw parmesan, and balsamic drizzle; served with a salad small $7 large $12.50

Red Lentil Coconut Curry nourishing stew of split red lentils, vegetables, coconut, tomato, and spices; mildly-spiced and delicious; jalapeno hot sauce on request. Cup $5.50/bowl $7/add naan $1

Kitchari A savory porridge made from mung dahl, basmati rice, and vegetables and mildly spiced with turmeric, ginger, and lemon; a splash of housemade hot sauce can kick it up if you like! Kitchari is served with toasted coconut and a piece of sprouted grain naan/Small $6 Large $10.25

Hearty Salad – crisp lettuce, massaged kale, cabbage, carrots, roasted beets, pickled onions, sprouted mung beans; drizzled with creamy lemon tahini dressing small $6.25 large $11.25

Veggie Pancake Wrap – a spongy flatbread wrapped around your choice of veggie pancakes, veggies, and raw cashew raita; served with a veggie side or salad $10.50

Hummus Wrap – flatbread stuffed with sprouted chickpea hummus, veggies, and creamy lemon tahini dressing; served with a salad $10.50

Hummus Pizza – sprouted grain sourdough crust heaped with sprouted chickpea hummus and veggies; sprinkled with sumac and fresh thyme $10.50

Veggie Burger – made from sprouted beans, grains, and veggies; served on a sprouted grain sourdough bun with veggies and balsamic aioli with a veggie side or salad $10.50

Veggie Burger Sauté – same as the veggie burger, but trade the bun for a side Lemon Ginger Veggie Sauté $12.50

Veggie Pancake Platter – a platter of savory grain free red lentil or mung dahl patties served over vegetables and your choice of sauce small $6.25 large $12.50

Lemon-Ginger Veggie Steam – sprouted mung beans, millet, roasted carrots, caramelized onions, cabbage, and kale drenched in a tangy lemon-ginger sauce small $6.25 large $12.50

Dressings and Sauces: lemon tahini, lemon ginger sauce, miso mustard sauce, cashew raita, balsamic drizzle, hempseed pesto, jalapeno hot sauce, catsup, Dijon mustard

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We are here in service. Every choice matters and ours reflect our service to the Earth, to each other, and making this world better.

Good food, our food, is neither fast nor free. We soak, sprout, and ferment. We take the time to prepare high-vibration food that nourishes in every way. Feel free to ask questions if you have any doubt that this is by far the best value in town.

It’s all plant-based. This means it’s for everyone, because everyone should eat veggies!

We want you to cook at home. We want to make healthy food accessible so you know you can make it for yourself. We are here to give you a break when you need one.

Our flavors are as transparent as our communication. We want you to taste our ingredients, so we try not to add too much stuff. We use salt and sugar sparingly, we spice mildly. Because we honor the range of palates as much as all the other differences between us all, we make a whole bunch of amazing sauces to please each of them.

Everything on our menu is plant-based, gluten free and organic. That’s an FYI for those who want to know, but our purpose is to serve diverse, high-quality, interesting, nutrient-dense food that is satisfying in every way. It’s a huge bonus that everyone can eat it.

We value you, your time, and your constructive ideas and feedback. Please feel free to communicate directly with Julia, who will bring new ideas and improvements to fruition as time, budget, and creativity allow. Email is best: juliahellerman@gmail.com.

 

13 Responses to “Cafe Menu”

  1. Mari Says:

    Ooh, got 2 take out dishes tonight. So delicious!!! Really hit the spot. Can’t say enough about my love for all the fabulous food at Julia’s.

    • adaba Says:

      Thanks, Mari! So glad to be appreciated! And, we were thrilled about the great review from
      Boulder Weekly!

  2. Jaime Says:

    Great food! Priced ever so slightly high, but worth every penny. Hearty, but still light. Delicious and health conscious. If I could afford to, I would eat here every day.

    • adaba Says:

      Thank you so much, Jaime! We actually work really hard to keep our prices as affordable as possible, but our food is incredibly labor intensive and we don’t cut any corners with the integrity of the preparation or ingredients. We are going to be working on a cookbook and, in the meantime, posting more recipes on our blog because we know that going out to eat is a treat and a luxury and we want people to know how to cook healthy stuff for themselves so they can eat it every day!

  3. Julie Says:

    Going to eat here for the 1st time tonite! Very excited!!

  4. Merle Says:

    Love this menu!! Can’t wait to try EVERYTHING!
    Curious on a few things:
    1.) is it all organic?
    2.) what oils do you cook with? Do you use canola oil?
    3.) do you avoid GMO’s?

    THANK YOU for existing!!!!!! Boulder needs more places like this.

    • adaba Says:

      So sorry for the delayed response! Yes, we are all organic. We absolutely avoid GMOs. We do not use canola oil, just olive oil and coconut oil. I hope you’ll come in and please help us spread the word! See you soon! Julia

      • Merle Says:

        Ever consider adding fresh pressed organic juices? I’d love a local place where I can get fresh, organic kale, beets, ginger, lemon, lime juice – or similar combos….

      • adaba Says:

        Yes, we definitely have! I agree and I’d love to be that place! We have to figure out what kind of juicer would be necessary to make it work and whether we have space…we will for sure when it’s time to move to a new space!

  5. Becca Greenband Says:

    Hi Julia! I just stopped in today for a hot carob, which I’m currently obsessed with;-), and you had breakfast biscuit sandwiches in the case that caught my eye. I got three of them to go for my family and I have to say not only was it a hit with my 4 year old but I think it is one of the best things I’ve had at your cafe! I do hope you consider adding it to your regular menu. I can’t have millet & so I was excited to be able to eat the biscuits they were super moist and delicious.

    • adaba Says:

      Hi Becca! Those biscuits got a lot of love today, so I think we will add them to the regular rotation. Thanks for the feedback! Congratulations, by the way, and I hope you are well!

  6. Melissa Says:

    Julia, I absolutely LOVE your restaurant. Thank you for being to committed to creating and sharing nutrient dense delicious food, and introducing people to a satiating plant based diet. Have you ever considered hosting cooking classes? I think it would be a real hit in Boulder and I would love to learn more about sprouting, baking with ‘alternative’ flours and how to use spices. Thank you! Keep doing what you’re doing, I am spreading the word to my community!


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