I’m happy to have my first pizza review of a Fells Point establishment be this one. I love Liquid Earth. It’s been Earth Week for me, so I wanted the pizza review to reflect that. And this is special. This is unique. Most importantly, it’s delicious.
I had been here a handful of times before. And thanks to my friends who told me about this place, otherwise I might still drive or walk past it, and never go in.
For our friends in the Baltimore area, there’s no need to explain too much about the place. But yes it’s Vegan and Vegetarian Friendly. That alone, makes it unique and charming. In addition, the interior is so welcoming and has an old time feel. There’s a few tables for dining and a small bar. Why is there a bar? Well you can order shots. And I did just that!
As you can see, I went real heavy. I ordered a Pomegranate shot with a side of Miso Soup to start. Those are apple slices. And I love this presentation. Yes, the spoon is positioned inside the bread. I think I order this now, just to see the magnificent layout. This was exquisite. In previous visits I’ve ordered Wheatgrass and those are a rejuvenator.
So what about the pies?
First up, was the Liquid Earth Pizza. I’ve had this before. My first time felt unique. It had a taste I’m not used to. But that’s the fun of this. Everything we eat now, was at one moment in the past, something we ate for the first time. And that’s how we develop our tastes in food and drink. This is a treat from the universe. Buckwheat and nut cheese are not ingredients I’m used to eating. And I believe I’ve only had them here. What a shame. I would love to try these ingredients on other entrees. The mushrooms and bell peppers taste so real and so fresh, that it’s like they just came from the farmers market moments before. Maybe even better than that. I was happy eating the veggies on their own off the pie. The basil tastes incredible. Fair warning, however, this got me full barely halfway eating it. The crust, made from flax seed, is what got me. And I was happy to take the rest home.
Here is the crust. How beautiful is that?
I noticed a second pizza on me the menu. And my curiosity couldn’t contain me. I ordered The Original to go, to have for dinner. The similarities to the first pie are there at first glance. But the subtle differences in appearance and taste do shine through. This is a winner as well. My photo may not do it justice. The tomatoes on this one were a godsend. This makes other times I’ve had a tomato with salad, pizza or anything seem amateurish. They stand by using local and organic ingredients as much as possible. Where can I find them? Any restaurant or business that does its best to stay local, deserves all the praise in the world. What a treat this was. The tomato sauce, zucchini, and spinach all play their part in making this a joy. I felt honored eating this.
So have I said enough positives? There can never be enough. And at $15.95, this is a more than reasonable price. Two people can split this and feel satisfied.
I can’t say enough things about this place. I feel full, fat, and happy each time I’m dined here. And it’s a good full feeling. There is no grossness or feeling bloated. I end up with a new found energy and positivity that I’d love to transfer into all facets of my life.
I hope the Earth has been good to you.