Popping open the non-descript, taupe, hexagonal, compostable bowl reveals what appears like a typical Sweetgreen salad, with all the weather of the Reneé Rapp Bowl compartmentalized. Inexperienced hues dominate the canvas, however the fireplace engine pink tomatoes, cup of amber-tinged dressing (if not combined in), and speckled tofu stand out of their respective corners.
All the pieces regarded and tasted contemporary with the parts and dressing being a pleasant mixture. The tofu was mushy and squishy, the halved grape tomatoes have been agency, and the shredded cabbage was good and crunchy. Sadly, although, the half-mooned cucumbers weren’t so crunchy, the pink onions have been a little bit too finely diced, and the spicy broccoli was scarce and wasn’t precisely shedding off warmth. The spicy cashew dressing is a staple within the secure for Sweetgreen. It appears like a creamy Italian dressing, has a sesame oil odor, and tastes much like a milder peanut sauce, which pairs nicely with the contemporary veggies and seasoned tofu. Though there are two “spicy” issues on this bowl’s roster, it would not come off registering as such however is not essentially missed both. Blended all collectively, the Reneé Rapp Bowl tastes like… a salad. Nicely, a pleasant, mild, and refreshing salad. If tofu is not your factor, you is likely to be stunned as this seasoned and roasted model might virtually move for hen.