Root for You

Students lined up in front of the Rooted station in the Dining Commons at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) in anticipation of the second food festival hosted by Otter Kitchens on Oct. 12.

On the lunch menu, students could find charred root vegetables, broccoli tofu stir fry, vegetarian fried brown rice and a carrot apple ginger drink.

Rooted offered a plant-based experience – complete with plant-based beverages which provide immense health benefits such as fiber, complex carbohydrates, potassium and vitamins A, B and C amongst others.

Unlike previous events, this was not a complete dining hall takeover seen at the Food Festi-Ful in September, but a one-station feature.

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