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Vegan Shawarma at Maoz
j1 Posted at 2014/08/21 10:21am reply to

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Maoz now has vegan Shawarma and vegan bbq. I tried the Shawarma on a flat bread (like Lavash) and it was pretty good.
Gabriel Posted at 2014/08/21 10:06pm reply to

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I thought both the BBQ and the Shawarma were really good!  The unlimited toppings are always a plus too!  Definitely will go back for more.  

Ross Posted at 2014/08/22 1:07pm reply to

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I have high hopes for the Shawarma after falling in love with the Doner kebap we had in Munich a few months ago:

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mollyjade Posted at 2014/08/27 5:02pm reply to

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They're both really good. I love that we now have a really vegan-friendly fast food place with both health food and comfort food.

The owner says it's a permanent addition to the menu.
UTexasMark Posted at 2014/08/28 3:16pm reply to

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I think it's just soy curls of two flavors.  The "Shawarma" is chicken flavor and the bbq obviously beef.  I really liked both, though the word Shawarma had me thinking they'd have a giant seitan glob being cooked on a spit and sliced into pita.

Still, I'll definitely go back for more.
fletcherism Posted at 2014/08/28 10:50pm reply to

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UTexasMark Posted at 2014/08/29 9:44am reply to

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Thanks for the clarification.  Just reading this thread makes me want to go back again.
Gabriel Posted at 2014/09/02 9:35pm reply to

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fletcherism Posted at 2014/09/04 5:44pm reply to

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Gabriel Posted at 2014/09/11 10:32am reply to

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FYI, confirmed with Roy on August 18 and reconfirmed September 2nd with kitchen staff that they use a soy strip not seitan.  It is not gluten-free because it contains soy sauce with wheat, but it definitely is not seitan.

I had a discussion with Brendan (fletcherism) outside of this thread and he said that he assumed it was seitan because the owner told him it was not gluten-free.

Just wanted to clarify this for those who might avoid seitan due to sensitivity but not necessarily a soy product seasoned with soy sauce containing wheat.
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