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  1. The Seed is a vegan lifestyle exhibition, returning to SoHo this month. If you want to get acquainted with more vegan groups or products, learn how to make the most of your vegan lifestyle, or simply have non-veg friends who incessantly ask you where you get your protein, this is the event to go to.

    From yoga classes to cooking demonstrations, to group activities and film screenings, to big-time vegan speakers, The Seed is 25,000 square feet of your vegan fix.


    This year’s speakers include personalities like vegan athlete and entrepreneur Brendan Brazier, punk singer and author John Joseph, activist and Russell Simmon’s executive assistant Simone Reyes, and vegan podcasters Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan.

    Exhibitors attending The Seed will include activist groups, artists and artisans, and food and product companies, including sponsors Whole Foods Market, Vitamix, and Vega.

    If you want to register to attend, use discount code “vegan20” to get 20% off the ticket price. See you there!


    The Seed Experience

    May 18th and 19th

    82 Mercer Street

    10:00am – 6:00pm

  2. Vegan Summer Camp!

    Screen Shot 2013-03-20 at 10.13.07 AMHow does a week long retreat in a beautiful camp location one hour outside of Boston sound? Where all the food is vegan, organic, and local (to the “greatest extent possible”). Where all the people care about community service, activism and social justice. Where those people and that food can come together, have fun, build life-long friendships and leave transformed. I wanna go!

    Well too bad for us, Youth Empowered Action Camp is only for 12-17 year-olds!

    But if you have a kid, they could go: Continue Reading…

  3. The Vegan Shop Up comes back this Saturday, March 9, at Pine Box Rock Shop, 12 Grattan St in Bushwick, Brooklyn. And  they continue  to have totally awesome looking flyers:

    Vendors include:

    • Alchemy Creamery – Cool down with a sampling of gourmet ice creams like Dark Chocolate Chai, Coconut Green Tea, & Cranberry White Grape! (gluten free)
    • Heirloom Eatery – Get snacky with homemade classics like Meatball Heroes, Steak Sandwiches, Kale Chips, and Sriracha Cupcakes!
    • Treeline Cheese – These sell like hot cakes, so buy early! Outstanding aged Cashew Cheese Wheels in Smoke or Pepper, and silky Scallion Cream Cheese! (gluten & soy free)
    • Lael Cakes – Find your sweet tooth through beautiful Coconut Rum Cake w/ Passion Fruit Icing, Lemon Poppy Cake w/ Lavender Rosemary Icing, and Mint Chocolate Chunk Cookies! (gluten, soy & nut free)
    • Heat Sweets – Try the brand new sweet ‘n’ spicy Jalapeno Mango Carrot Fruit Leather! Plus pick up specially priced gift sets of mini hot jellies and relishes!
    • Monks Meats – You won’t go hungry after Mushroom Pepper Steak Sandwiches, the ultimate Lasagna, and Stewed Pot Roast Hot Pockets! Not to mention all 4 flavors of seitan sold in half pound containers.
    • Gone Pie – Get stocked up on the best of the best like Vanilla Macaroons, Chocolate Almond Tarts, Choc-Covered Tahini Cookies, Carrot Cake w/ Caramashew Cream Cheese Frosting, Brownies, and more! (gluten free)
    • Green Pirate Juice Truck – Not only can you score the most amazing, healthful drinks around like Walk The Plank(a superfood green juice) and Monkey Vibes(banana berry coco choco smoothie), but you’re gifted 15% off any 3 or 5 day Juice Cleanse Package when you sign up this Saturday!! Not to be missed!

    And that’s just a wink of the findings you’ll see this Saturday! Let’s not forget Donuts from Cinnamon Snail Food Truck, Fresh Juice Ice Pops from Monster Haus, Ethiopian Brunch by Bunna Cafe, and Raw Cookie Confections by Sweet.!


    • Bolivian and Peruvian farmers sell entire quinoa crop to meet rising western demand, sparking fears of malnutrition. (Guardian)
    • Emeritus professor of biology at the University of Vermont, Dr. Bernd Heinrich, has been studying and writing about how animals die. (NYTimes)
    • This bug (the Brazilian Treehopper) is the stuff of my nightmares. (io9)
    • I for one, do not trust people who don’t like chocolate. Or Animals. So between right now and February 5th, use code ‘Loving5’ to get $5 candy bars ($1 off) or code ‘BB5’ for Bow Wow Bon Bon Boxes ($2 off) at Rescue Chocolate. You can eat chocolate AND help animals simultaneously, as 100% of the net profits are donated to animal rescue organizations, so you kinda have to.
    • Don’t forget about your feet, Super Vegans. If you’re in need of a sweet new pair of vegan kicks use code HELLO2013 and get 30% off sale items over at one of our favorite sneaker companies, KEEP. Ends “soon.”
    • And, in case you are curious like me, fast-chaining burger joint Smashburger has nothing for us. Even their fries have egg and milk. How unfortunate.