Why Vegan Caribbean Food Is Making Waves In Brooklyn | Hungry For More
In an area of Flatbush Brooklyn, known as “Little Caribbean,” the flavors of the islands are on every corner – with jerk chicken, oxtail stew, beef patties, and more.
Locals Michael and Nicole Nicholas – aka Aunty Nic and Uncle Mike – wanted to bring the same flavors of their upbringing, but with a healthier twist. Their cafe, Aunts et Uncles, features home recipes with plant-based ingredients, such as the bake & saltfish – a classic and iconic Caribbean breakfast. Their cafe is a tribute to the culture of Flatbush – providing inspiration, comfort, and healthy cuisine to the community they love.
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