VitaBowl offers premium, on-demand plant based superfood meals delivered to your home. Prepared by chief plant-based nutritionist Sarah Brandow, and co-founder and Michelin-starred chef Dominique Crenn with quality, locally sourced, plant-based ingredients, these bowls have been scientifically designed to provide specific nutritional benefits to the body.
I had 5 bowls delivered to my front door for a taste test. Here’s my thoughts:
Their Cali Bowl is full of plant powered, healthy ingredients that improve your mood. It’s made with RightRice, quinoa, shaved Brussel sprouts, broccoli, kale, avocado crema, and a container of Kombucha apple cider vinaigrette to drizzle on top. It was very clean tasting, healthy and filling.
The Korean Bowl is made for macrobiotics nutrition that is easy on digestion, and provides an energetic balance in the body. It had pizzazz, due to the sprouted brown rice, kimchi, marinated Tofu, pickled enoki mushrooms, Wakame seaweed, and silken chive creme. I really liked the firm tofu.
The Mediterranean is ideal for gut health. The sprouted lentil and flax seed falafels contain more protein than a typical falafel. Plus it is less salty than a typical one, and these falafels offer more folate, iron, potassium, zinc. The chefs low-temperature cooking methods ensure that the nutrients and enzymes stayed intact. This bowl supports gut and immune health with Israeli Pearl cous cous, sprouted lentil and flax seed falafel, sweet potato, and a delicious plant-based tzatziki. I ate half from the bowl and put the other half in a lavash wrap for dinner.
The Latin Bowl for balance is made with almost every single vitamin and mineral needed by the human body, making it a true ‘superfood’. The ingredients includes stewed black beans, braised jackfruit (instead of shredded meat), red cabbage, lime, and a chipotle cashew crema (instead of sour cream). With this bowl I wrapped it in a brown rice wrap and ate it like a burrito! Delicious.
My favorite was the India Bowl. Touted as helping to fight inflammation, the nourishing turmeric curry sauce, sprouted chickpeas and fresh moringa- one of the most nutrient-dense foods on earth, made me feel great afterwards. It’s a colorful and appealing bowl with ingredients that includes tri-color quinoa, tender heirloom carrots, sprouted chickpeas, beet pickled turnips, pistachio for texture, mint, and a coconut curry sauce.
Right now when you go online, you can get all 5 VitaBowls for $58.
Now delivering in Los Angeles to West Hollywood | Los Angeles | Beverly Hills | Studio City Universal City | North Hollywood | Burbank | Sherman Oaks. Minimum order of $50 for delivery. Meal bowls are available via Uber Eats, DoorDash and Postmates. vitabowl.com. Delivery soon to San Francisco | Seattle | New York City | Austin | Chicago.