Chefs and condiment companies alike are excited by the newfound culinary properties of an ingredient people have literally been pouring down the drain for years.
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A reminder that antagonizing one of the fastest-growing diet groups is unwise.
His duties at the Purple Carrot will include creating meal-kit recipes.
The restaurant now has more than 1,000 negative reviews
Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews.
The Bold Italic explores them. All of them.
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.
Several seats just opened up for Friday's dinner.
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.
The meatless go crazy when they learn Starbucks has spiked their shakes with coloring from a beetle.
Yes, Tony Maws can make vegans happy (with a little bit of notice).
"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...