Salt Lake City: Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen

Tags: healthy

Those days where you’re feeling crummy or when you’re wanting to keep on with your fitness goals, head over to Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen. Now don’t go running just because I used the “h” word…(healthy). This place is simply delicious. Whether you’re an avid nutritionist or a hearty muncher, Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen can satisfy any appetite, healthy and non-healthy eaters alike. Their specialty besides healthy ingredients? Homemade juices! Whether you’re wanting to do a juice cleanse, or simply craving a midday snack, these are awesome. Try one or try them all- I guarantee you’ll be coming back for more.

I first discovered Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen after I came back from Hawaii and fell in love with acai bowls. I just had to find one close to home in Salt Lake. To my surprise, not only did they create acai bowls, but also many other genuine, tasty dishes! I love to eat healthy, so as you can imagine, I fell in love with this restaurant quickly.

My first time there I was ecstatic at the variety of choices available. How was I supposed to choose? Sticking to my roots and love for salads, I went for the Buy the Roots salad and wow, it did not disappoint. The toppings align together to create a savory, yet sweet beautiful bowl of greens that I now want on the daily. The thing that stood out to me most about this dish was the dressing. I’d throw that on anything and everything if I could! Another awesome part about this salad was that it was huge! Great for a hungry tummy like mine.

Another tasty choice was the Hot Mess burger. Who knew that burgers could be healthy? Believe it or not, Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen has done it; they’ve created a healthy, yet tasty, burger. An oat bun sandwiches either turkey or house-made lentil quinoa veggie patties, sautéed mushrooms & onions, smoked gouda, hummus, avocado, tomato, and arugula. A bonus? You get to pick out of their unique, homemade sides too! We got the quinoa salad.

After my first time here, I knew I had to go back. One busy morning, I decided that I should treat myself. I walked down there and ordered the Nut Job acai bowl and it was tasty. The homemade granola and peanut butter and were my favorite part. Remember to grab a cup of the Grasshopper (I add almond butter) smoothie, too! So Pulp, thank you for creating healthy, yet delectable dishes for my eager stomach. I will be back soon of course!

Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen  (49 Gallivan Ave, Salt Lake City, UT 84111 // 801.456.2513)

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