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He's funneling money into food research with a view toward developing better plant-based proteins that more people will want to eat.
Vegans occasionally dislike such jokes.
Also, the Alembic is expanding into the former lobby, as we'd heard earlier.
Like real charcuterie, the stuff pairs well with cocktails too.
The EBX tells us about a new pop-up inside a fro-yo shop in Oakland Chinatown.
She says it's one of the best she's ever tasted.
The 'East Bay Express' claims so, anyway.
"Though the ideals were noble and the enthusiasm infectious, at times this gathering veered towards self-parody ([an organizer] led attendees in a freeform improvisational movement session before their tamari-and-tofu dinner)." Jesse Hirsch, writing in the East Bay Express about...
• Regarding the vegan doughnuts at Pepples at the Ferry Building, the Bunrabs write that they're over-sweet and they "tastetalgically [sic] remind[ed] us of those mini Hostess packs." [Bunrab] • Michael Bauer is off on vacation, visiting family in Kansas...
In trying to be helpful and service-y, SFoodie's Laura Beck pens a list today of food items you may want to think about bringing down to your nearest Occupy encampment many of them are hungry and cash-challenged, in case...
Tired of losing business because of labels, some vegan doughnut shops and bakeries are just quietly calling themselves "dairy-free" these days.
Living Social conducted a survey of 200 Living Social users in S.F., so yeah, probably not reliable.
Dave McDonald spent three months in a Marin County jail and was refused vegetarian meals on the grounds that he had no religious need for them.
'7x7' creates a veg/vegan supplement to their Big Eat list, and it's kind of sad.
Where can a vegan get their junk food fix around S.F.? Lots of places, it turns out, since the deep-fryer is every vegan's favorite friend. The Bold Italic highlights some bad-for-you vegan items around town, including the deep-fried peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich...
Owner Timothy Holt says, "Honestly, most fish need a break."
Apparently vegan photography by vegan photographers costs too much.