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Tasty Tuesday: MOD Pizza


Today, I'm sharing a Veg Bad restaurant choice. If you are having a hard time getting all your veg in or want to get a lot of veg at once, I highly recommend MOD Pizza.
They have personal size pizzas that are one price for as many toppings as you like. Think the Subway of pizza. But the reason I love them isn't the pizza but the salad options. I get a mini and jam pack it full of toppings. It's one of my favorite veg restaurants. It might be because of the fact that they have roasted garlic cloves which are amazing in salads.
Some of the other options include five different lettuce blends, bell peppers, roasted peppers, roasted spicy peppers, roasted broccoli, red onion, artichoke hearts, mushrooms, tomato, black and green olives, garbanzo beans, other daily changes. You can get your dressing on the side or toss it right in. There's also a variety of meats that you can add to your salad if you're an omnomnomnivore. My favorites include bacon, spicy Italian sausage, and chicken. I can get all of that on my salad and the cost is still the set amount. Pretty great deal in my opinion.

What's your favorite veg restaurant?


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