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As of October, 2013, SuperVegan is no longer under active development.
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Um, Rabbit, I asked for agave nectar…

Um, Rabbit, I asked for agave nectar…

Nothin’ going on tonight? Join the NYC Vegan EatUp and the NY Everything Veggie Meetup for supper at Red Bamboo in Brooklyn. I haven’t made it there yet, but I’ve heard great things.

If you’re Manhattan-bound, reserve a spot at the Natural Gourmet Institute’s four-course, prix fixe Friday Night Dinner. The site says the meals are vegetarian, but that usually means they just top the salad with some cheese, which you can ask them to leave off. (That was the case when I went recently—and everything was super delicious!)

Not in NYC? Look for a vegan Meetup near you. You might find one like VegOut, which holds monthly potlucks in addition to arranging outings to area restaurants (you don’t have to be LGBT to attend, by the way—just vegan- and queer-friendly). If there’s no vegan group in your area, give some thought to starting your own. According to a customer service rep, started, among other reasons, to “get America offline.” The irony that the organization is Web-based aside, she’s right: I mean, where else would you find access to so many real, live vegans and vegetarians on an ongoing basis?

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