Portia’s passion grows business

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What a difference five years can make – especially in the life of someone who is on a mission to provide the community access to high quality healthy food.

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— Denise Clark

Interview with Portia

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It all started 30 years ago when I became vegetarian and where my options in restaurants were slim--baked potatoes, salad and pasta. I grew up on a farm where we ate fresh, whole-food, home-made meals every day.

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Restaurant review: Portia's Cafe

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In a text I received recently, a friend declared: “Good time of year to eat at Portia's.” I intuited what he probably meant, but just to make sure, I texted back: “?”

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— G.A. Benton

Being Vegan with Portia Yiamouyiannis

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I started my business almost three years ago. The reason why it is a vegan-only restaurant is it all started with growing up on a farm.

— Cheyenne Buckingham

Eating Plant-Based in Columbus – 5 Vegan Restaurant Highlights

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Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or simply trying to incorporate more plant-based foods into your diet, Columbus has lots of options to meet your needs. This article will highlight a variety of vegan restaurants in the area that you can check out.

— Jennifer Forsberg

Some diets leave out important nutrients for growing kids

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When it comes to diets, there are plenty of them out there, ones that may exclude meat, dairy or gluten.But how do those diets affect kids?A dietitian tells 10TV what parents shouldn't miss when it comes to feeding our children.

— Karina Nova

Tastemaker: Portia Yiamouyiannis, owner and chef, Portia's Cafe

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A meal at Portia's Cafe inevitably becomes a game of How Did She Do That. Vegan chef Portia Yiamouyiannis, whose mastery of coaxing familiar flavors from raw ingredients-rich cashew cheesecake, spicy kelp noodle pad Thai, creamy veggie pate disguised as tuna-has caught the attention of vegans and omnivores alike since she opened her bright Clintonville eatery in 2013.

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Restaurant Review: Portia’s Cafe

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Portia’s Café is the perfect place to take your most neurotic control-freak-friends. It’s organic, vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO, plus it serves lots of stuff for raw-food-only-eaters. Portia’s accommodates every possible food fear –and it does so in a cute, fun way.

— Miriam Bowers Abbott

Portia’s Café: Café expands gluten-free offerings

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— The Columbus Dispatch

Portia’s Cafe: Creatively made vegan fare adheres to strict standards

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— The Columbus Dispatch

Seven Sloppy Sandwiches: The Health Nut

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Portia’s Cafe, a creative new vegan enclave, pleases carnivores, too

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— Columbus Alive

Sweet Tooth: Veg Cake, Real Flavor

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— 614 Columbus