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SuperVegan To Be Featured in Time Out New York

This is an April Fools post. It isn’t true.

Editor’s Update: Clearly Rudy made some very inappropriate statements in his interview with Time Out. We are leaving the post up in the interest of transparency, but please note that we have fired “Brownbird” Rudy “Relic” and will be making other changes to address such inappropriate anti-vegan behavior at SuperVegan.

New York City is a bastion of imagination; a city that literally thrives on creativity. SuperVegan is lucky to be a part of that dichotomy. Next week’s Time Out New York will spotlight the blogs that make NYC special and we’re fortunate to be included!

Here’s a sneak peek at our interview!

What Makes SuperVegan super?

That we are a not just a blog, but a community too, plus we have the best New York City restaurant guide in the world. Our content is lively and fun. We try to stay away from all of the animal rights BS out there and try to focus on the enjoyable things about being a vegan in NYC. We leave all the crazy protest-type stuff to the militant goose-steppers – that’s not us.

What’s the biggest misconception about Veganism?

That honey is not vegan. There’s plenty of debate out there for and against it; thankfully the general consensus is that honey is vegan. We have more important things to attend to than such in-fighting. In the end the argument over honey makes us seem way too militant – we want veganism to be inviting.

Vegan Drinks was born out of SuperVegan right? Can you tell us about that?

Vegan Drinks is an event where like-minded vegans can get together and just be normal for once. You have a drink, learn about what others are doing in the vegan community and, if you’re lucky, take someone home to make sweet vegan love to. Ha. Seriously though, it’s about having at least one normal night a month. Veganism can be daunting sometimes.

Read more of our featured interview in next week’s Time Out New York; on newsstands April 7th.


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    admiral consensus

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    overrule the general!honey is not vegan!

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    Honey is most definitely not vegan.

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    You hate infighting but compare protesters to Nazis and call animal rights “BS”?

    What a crock.

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    And, by definition, Honey isn’t vegan.

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    um, april fools?

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    Congrats to SuperVegan! Way to go! I’m glad to see you guys are getting the recognition you deserve!

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    Congratulations on the article. Glad you’re getting the exposure you deserve.
    I’d say even bringing up the honey thing is an error. If you really don’t want it to be an issue of in-fighting, don’t even entertain the concept. You’re only adding to the fight. Also, stating that there is in-fighting reinforces the notion that it’s there to begin with. If you want to be free of what you consider Animal Rights “BS,” just concentrate on what you do positively and stay away from slighting the other viewpoints.
    But overall, glad to hear you made the feature. Good for you.

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    I hope supervegan is featured in Time Out, but I’m hoping this honey/animal rights b.s. is an April Fool’s joke. Quit playin’!

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    Silly Supervegans…tricks are for kids!

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    Even if this was an April Fools Day joke, i think it was in poor taste. Rather than be funny it perpetuates wrong things about veganism