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Land of Kush - Vegan Soul Food Baltimore

2000man Apr 13, 2011 10:47 AM

This storefront restaurant is great. Their collared greens, rice and beans, and live kale are great. I like the fake meat BBQ best. Try the BBQ over the rice and beans. They got a great review in the City Paper today. The owner is really nice. They will let you try anything and combine a platter anyway you want it. Just ask. Land of Kush has a very casual atmosphere and cool vibe. Even if you are not a vegetarian or vegan, you should give it a try. It is just good food.

Website: http://www.thelandofkush.com/

City Paper Review: http://citypaper.com/eat/the-land-of-...

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    dinwiddie Apr 13, 2011 01:47 PM

    fake meat BBQ - That is just wrong. But I will have to try the place anyway.

    9 Replies
    1. re: dinwiddie
      SimonF Apr 15, 2011 07:52 AM

      Cool! There is a similar place in DC, SoulVeg.


      I think both are affiliated with the Hebrew Israelites, a group of African-Americans that practice a variation of Judaism that includes only eating vegan food. They have a neighborhood in Dimona, Israel.

      At SoulVeg, I recommend the sweet potato pie and the vegan mac n' cheese.

      1. re: SimonF
        footsoldier2001 Sep 2, 2012 07:44 PM

        SimonF: Why not get your facts right before putting out false info! There's no overt religious connection at Land of Kush. I can't speak for SoulVeg in DC. Why was it necessary to bring it up? The food at Land of Kush is great, and the staff there is too - PERIOD! Want to know more about the owners? Check out their web site.

      2. re: dinwiddie
        GraydonCarter Apr 15, 2011 10:44 AM

        > fake meat BBQ

        I really don't mind the imitation meat but most of these places focus so much on the "You won't believe it's veggie!" that they forget to serve good, hearty, vegetables. I guess they figure you can get veggies anywhere. Besides Greens the only veggies on the menu is the cabbage and squash combo.

        1. re: GraydonCarter
          2000man Apr 15, 2011 10:59 AM

          Graydon, I agree with you generally. They certainly have some items like that on the menu. Their live kale and raw sesame spinach are not like that at all. They have a tomato and cuc. salad that is great. They have great yams and rice and beans. I have had steamed broc. there, too. You can eat lots of good things on the menu that are not fake (I can't believe it isn't meat) entrees.

          BTW, Graydon. I love your hair and magazine. The Monkey Bar is great, too. I can't believe you post on this board.

          1. re: 2000man
            hill food Sep 3, 2012 01:32 AM

            GC's a wig and an internet hoax. I thought we debunked this years ago.

            still does say clever things.

            1. re: hill food
              GraydonCarter Sep 3, 2012 08:15 PM

              People don't read each others' profiles. Many profiles are empty. Speaking of which,

              hill food, is your blog down?

              1. re: GraydonCarter
                2000man Sep 3, 2012 08:36 PM


                I thought my comment made it clear that I had read your profile. I love the Monkey Bar. FWIW, I am not the basis for the Stones's song I took my handle from.

                Peace and Love,

                1. re: GraydonCarter
                  hill food Sep 3, 2012 08:59 PM

                  ehh, I often accuse close friends of non-existence - no need for birthday cards that way.

                  my blog - just a wish, an idle thought. maybe someday. but then I have several fake and pointless ventures I claim. I did change the name the other day when it turned out somebody had a similar one. If I'm going to cause confusion, it's going to be on purpose.


          2. re: dinwiddie
            kukubura Apr 16, 2011 05:56 AM

            It does sound crazy but Land of Kush is fantastic. I wouldn't be surprised if ravenous carnivores even enjoyed it.

            Here's another good article about it: http://www.urbanitebaltimore.com/balt...

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