Like good wine, this small natural-foods eatery and market, surrenders its pleasures a little at a time. Step inside to the aroma of brewing coffee, and then pick up the scent of fresh strawberries or carrots blending into a smoothie, the green aroma of wheatgrass juice, followed by the earthy odor of hummus. Order raw or cooked vegetarian and vegan dishes, organic soups and salads, and organic coffees and teas. Bountiful sandwiches include the popular tuna melt or hummus
and avocado. Sit at the counter or in the back garden and mingle with the locals as folks have been doing since the early 1980s. Then stock up on healthful snacks like dried fruits, raw nuts, and carob-covered almonds. Gluten-free items, too.
Oct 3, 2006
Marney Brwon is one ofthe most prolific people with a myriad of knowledge and energies to help heal any ill, fill any stomach, sooth any sadness of heart and portray a humble healer while she is actually a Goddess in not only The Greens, but in a rainbow of colors.Her staff is also brilliant, savvy, knowledgable and friendly. In a place like Big Pine where star rateings are non existant, Good Foods has a Universe of Stars in rating.Never ending