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Vegetarian "ham" in Baltimore

Pretzelhead Feb 15, 2011 07:32 AM

My husband is a vegetarian and interested in finding new fake meats. We live in Baltimore city. He recently found vegetarian ham online, but with a $50 minimum order, which is a bit of a leap of faith for soy products! Any leads on local vegetarian ham (or other entertaining fake meat suppliers locally)? We've been on a recent and thorough trawl of H-Mart in Catonsville, so have a pretty good idea of what their stock is. Thanks, all!

800 N Rolling Rd, Catonsville, MD

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    jvanderh Feb 16, 2011 12:31 PM

    They often have those fake meats in the produce section (for some reason) of regular grocery stores.

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      Varla Feb 15, 2011 08:15 AM

      For groceries, I would suggest Whole Foods, OK Natural Market (on preston), Roots Market (in Clarksville), and the Health Concern in Towson. Some of the smaller markets may also be willing to order things for you if there's nothing in stock.

      Online, I would suggest May Wah, Cosmo's Vegan Shoppe (which carries May Wah ham), and Vegan Essentials. I've had good experiences with all three, and the minimum amount you have to spend varies.

      And finally, for restaurants that may offer veggie ham, try Liquid Earth, One World Cafe, and the Yabba Pot.

      Home that helps!

      Liquid Earth
      1626 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21231

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