The Wild Cow: Vegan, Vegetarian, & Gluten-Free

Where: The Wild Cow Vegetarian Restaurant, 1896 Eastland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

GF Menu: YES! It is now incorporated into their regular menu. Click HERE to view. Here are some important notes from The Wild Cow GF Menu:

  • Items marked “GF” are naturally gluten free and appropriate for those who choose to avoid gluten. However, if you have a gluten allergy, please let us know and we’ll take special precautions to avoid cross-contamination.

What I ate: Green Chili Root Salad, Veggie & Quinoa Bowl, Pinto Bean Nachos, Sweet Potato Tacos, Vegan and GF Local Strawberry Cheesecake

How to order it: The Wild Cow staff advise, “When placing your order, please let us know if you have a gluten allergy.”

What it looks like:

The green chile root salad was a zesty, crunchy treat comprised of leaf lettuce tossed with a house-made green chile Caesar dressing, jicama, beets, & pumpkin seeds.

The Veggie & Quinoa Bowl included grilled vegetables (cabbage, onion, broccoli & carrots) over a bed of organic quinoa, drizzled with green goddess dressing. For a little extra, you can add tofu, tempeh (Wild Cow uses soy tempeh, which is GF, rather than multi-grain), and/or avocado.

The Wild Cow’s nachos were comprised of fresh and seasoned pinto beans, added to organic corn tortilla chips, with brown rice, vegan queso, homemade vegan sour cream, tomato, onions, and homemade salsa.

The Sweet Potato Tacos were a refreshingly novel take on a classic dish. The twist was that their corn tortillas were filled with grilled ginger sweet potatoes, pineapple slaw, and homemade tomatillo salsa, and served with fresh seasoned pinto beans and brown rice. 

I dare you to take a bite of this GF Vegan Strawberry Cheesecake and not sigh. First, because of the overwhelmingly scrumptious taste and texture. Then, because it was both vegan and Gluten-Free. I don’t know how Wild Cow’s pastry chef created this dessert, but it was pure culinary magic.

Also, I’m delighted to report that Wild Cow has begun offering Vegan Gluten-Free treats from Vegan Vee Gluten-Free Bakery for sale in the restaurant and also at the counter. Offerings change daily, but I can personally vouch for the cupcakes, cake, cookies, and brownies – yes, I’ve tried them all, and they are out-of-this-world delicious!

Green Note: The following is taken from The Wild Cow “About” Page:

We opened the Wild Cow to provide delicious, cruelty-free, healthy food to the people of Middle Tennessee…Nearly all of our food is purchased in its whole form, meaning we make almost all of our own sauces, dressings, soup stocks, etc. This means that we can name every ingredient in the food we serve!

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Published in: on October 7, 2011 at 3:42 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. I would like to purchase some of your gluten and wheat free pita bread but can’t find the order page or the prices. I live in Massachusetts and would need to have it shipped to me. I would appreciate it if you could send me this information. I have a 7 yr old neice who is allergic to wheat and glutens. Thank you

    • Hi, Lorraine. Unfortunately, since the time of posting this, Aunt April’s Bakery (who supplied the GF breads to Wild Cow) has closed. I used to live in Massachusetts and am aware of several Gluten-Free bakeries you can contact. Here’s one, called O’Brien’s, which seems to offer breads: http://obriensbakeryquincy.com/index.htm. You can also Google Bella Cakes, Celia Cakes, and Glutenus Minimus. Kickass Cupcakes in Somerville, MA also offers GF cupcakes to go. Best of luck to you and your niece in the hunt for GF goodies!

  2. […] easy Gluten-Free ordering in a restaurant, visit Wild Cow Vegetarian Restaurant in Nashville. (Bonus: They also sell Vegan Vee Gluten-Free Bakery […]


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