Thursday, January 27, 2011

Ovenrun

Ovenrun, a Subang-based artisan baking business, now offers bread for health-conscious customers at Ampang's Little Green Planet, under the same roof as Earth Food.

We had no complaints about the walnut muesli bread & pumpkin bread _ soft, thick slices of fresh-tasting carbs. So good you can even eat it on its own.

Banana bran muffin. One of the least sinful muffins ever, putting all the chocolatey, calorie-laden varieties at other bakeries to shame.

Rye sourdough loaf. Natural and organic ingredients, sans preservatives & additives.

A guilt-free grilled cheese baguette, topped with crisp, vitamin-rich veggies. Who needs Prosperity Burgers? Save the cows (and chickens).

Disclaimer: This post was written by Vegetarian Sean from an alternate universe. Regular programming with omnivorous Sean will resume tomorrow.

Ovenrun @ Little Green Planet,
Earth Family,
12, Persiaran Ampang Hilir, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 7954-2000
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24 comments:

  1. so healthy indeed, so unlike u sean! but i suppose a healthy alter ego might do your stomach some good.

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  2. Vegetarian Sean? Ban that fellow! We want Carnivore Sean back! (But maybe more of Babitarian Sean and less of See Hum Sean, please. Hehe.)

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  3. Oh my. That cheesey baguette looks yummy!
    (I bet it'll be yummier with some crispy bacon tho)

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  4. Vegetarian, my ass. Didn't you eat a bucket-load of see hum later that evening?

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  5. certainly too healthy for me. But the t-shirts looked nice.

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  6. You must be brain washed by my recipes! Muahahaha.

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  7. Ooh this post made me want to break out into song and dance, celebrating the body as a temple, you are what you eat, yada yada yada. For all of two seconds, that is. Come back soon Sean!

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  8. as usual... I assume that these were the appetiser before going into the main elsewhere?

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  9. joe: yeah, i think this healthy alter ego needs to appear at least three times a week to keep me in shape! :D
    lfb: perhaps the vegetarian sean alter ego emerged after some traumatic event ... like being forced to eat five salads at one go! :D
    j: nooooooo, this is a vegetarian outlet! all animal flesh is totally banned! shoo, shoo! heheh :D
    lemongrass: where got! libel!!! i'll sueeeeeee you! you'll be hearing from my lawyers very soon. see you in court :P
    eiling: ya, i think the t-shirts here are also made of material from environmentally sound sources =)
    michelle: next i'll be eating more korean food, rite! actually i just realized, i haven't been to a korean restaurant for months! :D
    min: sing it with me ... 'your body is a wonderlaaaaand, lalala.' but ok, i get the message. vegetarian sean isn't gonna become mr popular anytime soon, heheh =)
    leo: ergkh, you caught me there. yeah, this was the first of three dinners that evening :D

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  10. That wasn't our fault. We weren't the ones who ordered them 5 salads in the first place... :P

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  11. libel my ass. i got the pictures to prove it, you see hum muncher/man of 3 stomachs! sue me lah.

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  12. lfb: but u did nothing to stop the arrival of the 5 salads either. that makes u all accomplices :D
    lemongrass: i want RM12 million ringgit! u're causing injurious damage to my reputation. cease and desist! :P

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  13. I don't even have 12 ringgit to my name, let alone 12m. anyhoo, with at least 8 witnesses and one who saw you steal the kerang right under my nose, I don't think u hv much of a case against me. :-D leo was right in referring to this as your appetiser. :-D

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  14. lemongrass: ahhh, but you forget ... some of you might have seen me eating kerang, but you all were NOT the same people who were here with me at ovenrun. therefore, you're unable to prove that i ate the kerang on the same day that i ate this bread. i'll be gracious and settle for RM12K if you don't have RM12M :D

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  15. Such cute t-shirts! Hahaha...hard to believe you ate the food above. Looks like something my mum would eat. =P

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  16. bangsar-babe: ya, i forgot to check how much the t-shirts cost! and yeah, i'm not usually into bread, so this is quite a rare occasion :D

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  17. How to stop them? We were their only customers that night? Kesian them la, no salads mean no business ma... :P

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  18. lfb: could have ordered the char kuey teow instead! i might have considered it, if i had been assured they'd come with my favorite type of mollusks :D

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  19. so healthy just the look of it is giving me the heebeejeebies! LOL.

    Well, even Eat drink KL needs to detox sometime rite? :P

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  20. ciki: heheh, detoxing with all these carbs might not really work! but at least everything tasted yummy, phew! :D

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  21. lfb: now i'm wondering which country boasts the best of these magnificent mollusks. we must investigate! :D

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  22. LOL. farny comments u got.
    But tis is totally my kind of plc yea Sean?
    Boy, i'm glad to be back in KL ;)

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  23. tng: heheh, hope the bread meets your approval when u check this place out! :D

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