At Yaygit, owner Zoe Wilson, inspired by her own journey managing endometriosis and PCOS, is dedicated to helping customers foster a more loving connection between themselves and their guts. The Ballard business offers nutrient-dense cold-pressed juices, smoothies, vegan meals, and nut butters designed to promote gut health, as well as a selection of house plants.
Zoe’s super-food packed meals range from salads to chia pudding to their Not So Basic Grilled Cheese made with organic sourdough bread, vegan cheese, branston pickle, and organic sauerkraut. Her juices and smoothies are made with organic fruits and veggies, plant milk, and dairy-free yogurt. You can also opt to customize yours with add-ons like B12, magnesium, flaxseed oil, or protein power. Flavor options change seasonally, so be sure to head to their website to see what’s currently available!
Fun Fact: Yaygit is an acronym for, “You And Your Gastrointestinal Tract.”