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Wrapping Up Maryland With Liquid Earth – Vegan Dining In Baltimore

Wrapping up Maryland posts with another great Baltimore favorite, Liquid Earth. I also had the pleasure of dining with my friend, Madeline. We first met a couple of years ago when I organized the first vegan fashion show on the east coast, at the annual NY’s Capital Region Vegetarian Expo. Madeline entered and won a spot as one of our vegan models of the show. Sweet! We’ve stayed in touch ever since. She and her love, Ryan, moved to Baltimore for school not too long ago. It was so great to reconnect and share yumful food stuffs!

Just for kicks…

Madeline Alcott vegan fashion show 2010This is a pic that was featured in the local Albany, NY Times Union newspaper. Go Madeline, go! :)

vegan fashion show modelsVegan models: Joey, Madeline, Jeffrey, Jeanie, Carly, Charles, Kylyn, Andréa, & Eva with fashion show MC, Mandi and me!

Okay. Back to the food. :)

Liquid Earth—90% vegan (lots of raw stuff too)

1626 Aliceanna Street
Baltimore, MD 21231

Liquid Earth

I love, love, love that Liquid Earth serves their fresh juices in measuring cups. Accompanied with a glass to pour into and drink from. Cute!

Liquid Earth fresh juice, vegan restaurantLiquid Earth - fresh juice

We started with the fresh Guacamole Dish, featuring onions, chunky tomatoes, and flavored to perfection. Plus I just love guac so… can’t really go wrong there. Very good!

Guac and chips!

Madeline and Ryan split the Raw Pizza—creamy sauce, white mushrooms, mint, and yellow pepper; and a Tempeh Reuben—marinated baked organic tofu on a bed of sauerkraut with vegan cheese and 100,000 island dressing. The Reuben came with tons of sauerkraut (yum!) and new-to-me tempeh that was a bit more squishy than I’m used to. Both were very good. Specifically, the raw pizza was much more flavorful and nom-a-licious than I was expecting. Raw pizza rocks, man!

Liquid Earth - raw vegan pizzaLiquid Earth - Tempeh Reuben

I had the Philly Cheese Fake—thinly sliced marinated organic tofu, roasted caramelized onion and melted provolone stuffed into long Italian bread, accompanied by lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and mayo. This is hands down, one of the best mock cheese steaks out there. Bangin’ with flavor, poppin’ with color, and callin’ your name! ;)

Liquid Earth - Philly Cheesek Fake

Thanks to Madeline and Ryan for taking me out in Baltimore. Hope you two are well and good luck with all your travels!!! xo


  1. maya

    Was it vegan provolone cheese ? I’ve never seen any, how was it ?

    • Hi Maya,

      No vegan provolone that I know of… I copied in the description from the website, but they replace the dairy cheese with Daiya (I believe). :) xo

  2. Madeline

    How am I just now reading this?! I loved seeing you too! (both times) … I’m sure we’ll meet again soon. Adventure on!

    • Kristin

      Yes, indeed! :D

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