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Tabitha Brown Becomes The Co-Owner Of Vegan Restaurant Kale My Name

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Nov. 4 2021, Published 4:07 a.m. ET

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Viral vegan sensation Tabitha Brown is expanding her business opportunities once again! Well known for her tasty vegan recipes and “Cause that’s my business” catchphrase, Tabitha Brown announced she is officially the co-owner of the Kale My Name vegan restaurant opening soon in Los Angeles. 

In an exciting video, Brown shared with her supporters that she will be opening her very first restaurant! After selling out her McCormick Seasoning in 39 minutes, fans were extremely excited to know she is taking on another business venture that is bound to be successful. 

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The first Kale My Name opened in Chicago during the pandemic, not allowing indoor dining but receiving an overwhelming amount of online orders from the community. After being invited by the Owner Nemanja Golubovic to visit the Chicago-based Kale My Name, Brown fell in love with the food. A little after a year later, the two business owners have joined together to bring the delicious recipes of Kale My Name to the city of Los Angeles.

Though there aren’t many details about the new restaurant yet, we can anticipate a few of Brown’s recipes to be on the menu. Last Saturday at the Vegandale Festival, vegan food lovers received a sneak peek of dishes to be served at the new restaurant. Fan favorites such as Buffalo Cauliflower wings and Lemon Pepper Cauliflower wings were offered, allowing festival-goers to get a taste of what’s to come. In addition to the food, refreshing beverages like dragonfruit lemonade and blue raspberry lemonade complemented the meals. 

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In her New York Times Best Seller Feeding The Soul (Because It’s My Business): Finding Our Way To Joy, Love and Freedom, Brown shares candid moments about her journey to veganism and how it helped solve her chronic pain. As a prominent voice in not only the vegan community but the Black community, Brown makes sure to always leave a positive thought with her audience after indulging in her content. Black woman wellness is a holistic pursuit that requires the mind, body, and spirit to be in alignment. Knowing this, Brown shared “my prayer is that God continues to use me to help people all over the world!” 

An inspiring message Brown recently shared while mentioning the restaurant news was, “If you have an idea or a dream, a thought, honey do something with it…” she continued, “This ’bout to be my first restaurant experience, something I never thought that I could do, but here we are. So, a great partner, a restaurant that I love and believe in, and here in California, honey, and I ain’t gon’ stop here. That’s what my spirit saying, ‘Tab, this is the first, but not that last.’ I’m so excited!” 

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