FHS students receive vegan treats, Grab & Go plants


Last updated 5/26/2022 at 8:50pm

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Several of the students in instructor Virgilio Meo's English class opt to plant their tomato and pepper plants at school instead of taking the plants home.

Rick Monroe

Special to the Village News

The Fallbrook High School food services is known for its healthy, home-made meals, now served from the new cafeteria and kitchen completed this year. There may be a new twist to the selections: vegan.

Students were treated on May 12 to a selection of plant-based walnut lentil chorizo, cauliflower ceviche and spicy pickled carrots.

"There was a positive reaction to the taste test," said Judy Reynolds, director of food services for the Fallbrook Union High School District.

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