Pure Food Organic Kitchen is keeping things pretty simple for Los Angeles, a complex city to begin with. They sell falafel. Simple, delicious falafel. That's it, but it's so much more than that. It is pure, it is organic, and this kitchen has cooked up a whole new level of delicious.
Just what sets the falafel of Pure Food Organic Kitchen apart from your regular old falafel? Simple. No really. Each is crafted using only the freshest quality ingredients, organic, locally sourced, whole and simple to bring out all the bold flavor naturally. And it all comes from Chef Amin Musa, trained in macrobiotic cooking and health counseling, who learned to make falafels from his mother Ihsan and shared them with his friends. Soon, everyone was clamoring to get a taste of his specialty falafel, and inspiration struck an entrepreneurial chord that fueled him to start his own business. Now, you'll find Pure Food Organic Kitchen popping up at local fairs and festivals all around LA. The best part of all? They cater, so have 'em out to your next event.
Collard Green Wrap — Tender falafel wrapped in a fresh collard leaf, bursting with the flavors of tahini or traditional Sudanese.
From my mom and just asking people. Plus, I worked in a lot of restaurants. I used to watch the Food Network. I used to experiment a lot at home.
I was making falafels for friends and they always told me that they’re better than the other falafels they had.
Friends. My friends. They were really inspiring.
Yoga festivals in Joshua Tree. It’s such beautiful scenery out there. Usually I’m there for four to five days and it’s just a really good energy event.
The collard green wrap. It’s healthier not to have the pita. Get the veggies. Get the collard greens.
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