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Mean Green Demon Pita
Mean Green Demon Pita

By Jill Rodgers on Aug 21, 2020

Time for some cool, crisp, summer eats. This is a two-part recipe, but it's so easy, you could make it with one hoof tied behind your back. First, you'll make the Bartleby's version of a green goddess dressing, which we've vegan-ized and named Green Demon Dressing. Second, you'll jam everything in a pita pocket. Done.

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Hellacious Parm Hero
Hellacious Parm Hero

By Stephanie Kirkpatrick on Jun 23, 2020

Time-honored and oft-requested, this is hardly a recipe, but more like guidelines on how to pile hot, gooey, savory things on top of our delicious seitan. Traditionally, this grinder (or hoagie, or sub, or hero...) is made from breaded and fried chicken breasts. But you've got our wicked tasty, hand-battered, southern-fried seitan cutlets, so grab those babies instead!

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Seitan & Satay Sauce
Seitan & Satay Sauce

By Stephanie Kirkpatrick on May 19, 2020

This rich peanut-based sauce hits those savory-sweet buttons, and it's silky consistency is a great match with our hot, hand-battered seitan cutlets. It's not for devils who are faint of heart. A lot of good fats appear in the peanut butter and coconut milk, and the sauce is so good you'll just want to drink it straight from the pot. You've been warned.​

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Bart's Journal

Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!

By Stephanie Kirkpatrick on Dec 30, 2018

What a year, dear devils! Our wicked little hearts are bursting with happiness. We’re so grateful for the enthusiasm with which you embraced our new business. You showed us how hungry Boston is for more pla...

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Event Recap: Matchstick Market (Salvaged Salvation!)

By Stephanie Kirkpatrick on Nov 29, 2018

Matchstick Market in Clinton, MA is a weekly farmers and artisans market that is hosted all year long. The mission, in their own words, is "to cultivate an empowering space that is family-friendly, supportiv...

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Our Thanks on Thanksgiving

By Stephanie Kirkpatrick on Nov 18, 2018

Thanksgiving can be a bit of a challenge. As a plant-based company, we struggle with celebrating a holiday that’s centered around the eating of a particular animal. As humans, we struggle with celebrating ...

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