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New Seattle Bakery

Bouteloua Bakery, a new vegan bakery, opens in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle.

Bouteloua Bakery opened its door late last week in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, Wash., in the space of a former frozen yogurt shop. The bakery, started by Ballard resident Megan Jensen, features all-vegan items such as peanut butter cookies, croissants, cinnamon rolls, gluten-free vanilla cupcakes, breads, and more. On her chocolate chip cookies, Jensen comments on the Bouteloua Bakery Facebook page, “these are simply the best vegan chocolate chip cookies I have ever made, and I can’t wait to share them with everyone.”

Photo courtesy of Bouteloua Bakery. 

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