Protein Bar & Kitchen Launches Vegan Menu Featuring Abbott’s Butcher Chicken

Chicago Foodies – This Is For You! Looking For Delicious Plant-Based Options? Protein Bar & Kitchen Just Launched A New Exclusive Vegan Menu Featuring Abbot’s Butcher’s Plant-Based Chopped Chick’n So you are lucky.

This Chicago-based fast-casual, health-conscious restaurant chain has seven curated vegan dishes featuring this delicious chicken, and offers it as a protein option on any menu item. Also available on third-party food delivery platforms such as DoorDash and Uber Eats under the name Abbot’s Butcher’s Plant-Based Protein Bar & Kitchen.

New vegan menu at Protein Bar & Kitchen featuring Abbott’s Butcher

Abbot’s Butcher’s CEO Kerry Song said: Greener Goddess Salad (Abbot’s Butcher Chopped Chicken, Vegetarian Feta, Mushrooms, Organic Rainbow Carrots,
Chick’n Tinga Bowl (Abbott Butcher Chopped Chicken, PBK Guacamole, Corn and Black Bean Salsa, Vegetable Feta, Pickled Red Onions, Quinoa, Adobo) Sauce, Micro greens, etc.), this new menu can satisfy every craving with wholesome ingredients you can trust. ”

With hearty grains, fresh and colorful veggies, and delicious dressings and sauces from Protein Bar & Kitchen, each unique vegan dish is sure to cheer you up. Menu items that can be ordered include the new Spicy Chicken Bowl, Buffalo Chicken Bowl, Chicken Verde Salad, Chicken & Roasted Vegetables, Chick Tinga Bowl, Vegan Harvest Salad and Greener Goddess Salad.

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Abbott’s Butcher Vegan Chicken

Abbot’s Butcher’s Chopped Chick’n is made with 100% real ingredients including non-GMO, glyphosate-free pea protein, vegetables, herbs, spices and extra virgin olive oil. Also free of gluten, soy, natural and artificial flavors, preservatives and canola oil. They are Whole30 approved, a women-owned company, and a member of the Plant-Based Foods Association. , we are able to offer our customers our plant-based Chick’n as a protein option that is not only absolutely delicious, but also clean-labeled and full of healthy ingredients.”

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