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S’mac Vegan Option

Popular New York macaroni and cheese restaurant S’mac adds a vegan-friendly option to its menu.

Last week, popular eatery S'mac—short for Sarita's Macaroni & Cheese—added a vegan, soy- and gluten-free version of its famous mac and cheese to the menu. Located in New York's East Village, the new cruelty-free comfort food is made with coconut milk, palm oil, shortening, marmite, spices, and two types of gluten-free flour. Customers can either order their mac and cheese straight up, or spice up their meals by adding herbs, veggies, or condiments. S'mac is located on East 12th street and is open seven days a week. The eatery offers free delivery on orders exceeding $10 for nearby residents.

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