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Category Archive: Food

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    Bunna Cafe, a pop-up (mostly) vegan Ethiopian eatery in Brooklyn, has made Mama Joy’s in Bushwick (between the Morgan and Jefferson L stops) their temporary home, serving up lunch (including whiskey-infused iced shai!) from 11am – 4pm Tuesday through Friday.

    Bunna has been all over Brooklyn lately, sponsoring events and making their name known, and I’ve still yet to try their food. Needless to say I was excited to learn they’d have a semi-permanent home at Mama Joy’s, but the hours aren’t convenient for those of us working standard day jobs. Still, by the looks of Bunna’s Twitter and Instagram accounts, it looks like they’re drawing a lunch crowd, which can only mean good things for their future in Brooklyn.

    Have you tried Bunna? What should one order from their lunch menu?

  2. Have you tried The Vegg? I haven’t, because what the heck does one do with a vegan egg yolk? I’ve gotten so use to life without eggs, I picked up a pack of The Vegg only to put it down again because I can’t wrap my head around the idea of a vegan egg yolk. Can you make omelets with it? Is it only for baking? Do I even like omeletes? I don’t have the answers (according to The Vegg’s website, it seems to be a very versatile product), but luckily for me and others just as curious about The Vegg, new vegan marketplace forAnima and Vegg creator Rocky Shepheard are teaming up to offer one SuperVegan reader a copy of Rocky’s new cookbook, The Vegg Cookbook, along with two packs of The Vegg. Let the experimentation begin!

    To enter, simply comment here and tell me what you’d make with The Vegg. 1 winner will be randomly drawn from the comments and announced here on this blog post tomorrow, July 9th. You have until midnight (EST) to enter, so what are you waiting for?

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    For those who don’t want chance to decide whether or not they’ll get to try The Vegg and The Vegg Cookbook, you can purchase the book plus two packs of The Vegg for $20 on forAnima with free shipping (to the U.S. and Canada) until July 11th!

    UPDATE: The winner is Terri Cole. Congrats Terri!

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    Thank YOU for hanging out and supporting GooseWatch NYC at Vegan Drinks NYC on June 27th. Cheers to Fontana’s Bar for hosting and to Brooklyn Bean for feeding us!

    And, extra special thanks to those organizations and individuals who made Shout Outs:

    The NEXT Vegan Drinks NYC is happening on Thursday, July 25th at Fontana’s Bar (105 Eldridge Street, Manhattan) from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Join us as we benefit Farm Sanctuary!

    Do you represent an animal rights group you think should be the beneficiary of an upcoming Vegan Drinks NYC? Visit vegandrinks.org/beneficiaries to learn more about how to make that happen.

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  4. Join us THIS Thursday, June 27, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm for Vegan Drinks NYC! Find us at Fontana’s Barlocated at 105 Eldridge Street on the Lower East Side. Brooklyn Bean will feed you bean burger sliders with a choice of toppings (shredded lettuce, sliced tomato, pickled relish and vegan aioli -or- sauerkraut and spicy mustard), served on Orwasher’s vegan rolls!

    This month, we’ll be benefiting GooseWatch NYC, an advocacy coalition committed to the preservation of New York City’s Canada geese. It opposes the Canada goose roundups which have been conducted in New York City by USDA Wildlife Services.

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    Stuff your dollars in the donation jar, and buy raffle tickets from GooseWatch NYC to win one of these great prizes:

    • Cases (!) of The Regal Vegan’s Faux Gras!
    • Bottles of GooseWatch white wine!
    • GooseWatch NYC t-shirts!
    • Original Canada-geese-themed art on canvas!
    • And more!

    Music by DJ Grand Format, DJ Megan Rascal, and DJ Jason Das!

    Wanna let all your Internet friends know you’re going? RSVP on Facebook if you’re of the mindset to do so.

    Have you read the new and improved Vegan Drinks FAQ? Please read it, even if you’re a regular at our event. (Really, please read it. All of it.)

    We’ll turn down the music around 8:30pm and encourage people to promote themselves, their groups and/or causes for 30 seconds. If you represent a veg*n or animal rights group, come prepared with your (very short!) spiel and literature.

    If you’re not already following our every move, connect with Vegan Drinks on Facebook, follow us on Twitter (@vegandrinks), and join our e-mail list.

    Vegan Drinks NYC is usually held the last Thursday of the month from 7:00pm to 10:00pm. Do you represent an animal rights group you think should be the beneficiary of an upcoming Vegan Drinks NYC? Visit vegandrinks.org/beneficiaries to learn more about how to make that happen.

  5. seitansbloodYesterday the winners of the  Stockholm taco experiment, part of their international Food Experiments tour sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery, were announced. Apparently the meat tacos in Stockholm weren’t all that great, because vegans Tobias Lund and his cohort, both part of Sea-Goat brewing company in Sweden, won the grand prize and the audience’s pick with their “Seitan’s Blood” taco. With a name like that, we can only imagine how delicious the taco must have been. The duo will get a chance to compete in the Food Experiments Championship at Brooklyn Brewery later this year.

    The Food Experiments is a cook-off series started by Nick Suarez and Theo Peck that takes place in various cities in the U.S. and in Stockholm, with a different food theme in each city. Amateur cooks are encouraged to participate, and the winners of each competition gather in Brooklyn at the end of the year for a grand cook-off. We wish the Sea-Goat guys the best of luck at the championships!

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