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Volkswaffle

Volkswaffle, the delightful food truck that serves liege waffles, has opened its long-awaited brick and mortar location in Carmichael.

According to a liege waffle blog, "authentic Liège waffles are one of life’s great indulgences — caramelized sugar glistening on the most delicious buttery-sweet, vanilla-laden treasure beneath."

In addition to their signature waffles, Volkswaffle will be serving hot, iced and blended coffee and a new Flemish Brussles Waffle soon.

So what's a Brussels Waffle and how is it different than a Liege waffle? I didn't know either, but this is what the Internet says:

Brussels waffles were made with a thin, yeast-leavened batter which makes them lighter and their appearance is more rectangular with deeper holes and smooth edges. Liege waffles (named after a town in Eastern Belgium) are made with a batter that is more like bread dough; thick and sticky.

Volkswaffle is one of my favorite sweet treats. Every time I see them, I pull over and grab a waffle.

Read the entire announcement here.

Volkswaffle is located at 4140 Manzanita in Carmichael, and can be found on Facebook.

* Photo via their Facebook Page.

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