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|Saturday, November 20th, 2010|
Sorry about the spam folks...
In the future, just contact me if you spot any.
Also, if you have an interest in helping me to mod this place, please let me know!
|Sunday, April 4th, 2010|
Farmers' Markets survey
I'm a huge fan of farmers' markets and eating locally grown food, and I'm thinking about starting a website where people can purchase directly from farmers. I'm conducting an informal survey to find out whether or not people think it's a good idea. If you shop at farmers' markets when they're in season and/if you eat locally grown organic food, I would really, really, really appreciate it if you could fill out this anonymous survey (which will take only 2 minutes).http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MQ2RKGP
Your input would be very helpful and it'll give me ideas on how to make the website beneficial to farmers and consumers altogether.
Thank you so much for your time!
P.S. I wasn't sure if this post would be considered spam by the community's regulations. If it is, I apologize profusely and you are more than welcome to remove it.
|Friday, March 20th, 2009|
|Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008|
Is there anywhere in Boston to buy MimicCreme? http://www.mimiccreme.com/
I have looked at Whole Foods and have not been able to find it. Any other suggestions for an easy to find cream substitute in Boston?
|Tuesday, November 25th, 2008|
Vegan Brunch? Brookline's Tamarind Bay Might Deliver
From The Bostonist
blog:Recently, Bostonist checked in with Washington Square's Tamarind Bay, which opened earlier this fall. The "coastal Indian kitchen" has been doing a brisk business among Brookline's ethnic food-loving residents, who pack the blue, ocean-themed dining room on weekend evenings to sample the complex flavors of Tamarind Bay's seafood specialties and load up on their excellent naan. But during the days, the restaurant sits empty, so manager Naveen Guntupalli is considering expanding on their sizable and woefully underreported selection of vegan dishes to create an all-vegan brunch menu on weekends. Love the idea? Wish you were having a vegan brunch right now? Leave a comment here, stop into Tamarind Bay, or drop Guntapalli an email at Naveen [at] Tamarind-Bay [dot] com.
|Friday, October 24th, 2008|
Ralph Nader's 21 Stop Massachusetts Marathon!
Stop 1: 8:10-8:30: Dunkin Donuts • 93 Main St, Westfield.
Stop 2: 9:00-9:15: Emily L Partyka Central Branch Library • 449 Front Street, Chicopee.
Stop 3: 10:45-11:05: Federal Reserve • 600 Atlantic Ave, Boston.
Stop 4: 11:15-11:45: Zuzu’s The Middle East • $50 min donation • 472 Mass Ave, Cambridge.
Stop 5: 11:55-12:20: Tufts University, Student Center, Bottom Floor • Somerville.
Stop 6: 12:25-12:45: Danish Pastry Shop • 330 Boston Ave, Medford
Stop 7: 1:00-1:20: Energy Awareness Fair • 251 Waltham St, Lexington.
Stop 8: 1:35-2:00: Old North Bridge • Minute Man National Historical Park, Concord.
Stop 9: 2:25-2:45: Waltham Farmer’s Market • Main and Moody St, Waltham.
Stop 10: 3:00-3:20: Watertown Public Library • 123 Main Street, Watertown.
Stop 11: 3:35-4:00: Lasell College, Yamawaki Auditorium • 1844 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton.
Stop 12: 4:20-4:40: Ben’s Deli • 5 Turnpike Rd, Southborough.
Stop 13: 5:10 to 5:30: Clark University, Lurie Conference Room, Higgins University Center • 950 Main St, Worcester.
Stop 14: 5:40-6:00: The Coffee Mug • 286 SouthBridge St, Auburn.
Stop 15: 6:55-7:15: Press Conference, Clarion Hotel, 1080 Riverdale Street • West Springfield.
Stop 16: 7:30-8:00: Nadim’s Cafe Lebanon • 1390 Main St, Springfield.
Stop 17: 8:15-8:30: Bungalow at The Waterfront Tavern • 920 Main St, Holyoke.
Stop 18: 8:40-9:00: House Party • 47 Lamb St, South Hadley.
Stop 19: 9:20-9:35: The Raven Used Bookstore • 4 Old South St #1
Stop 20: 10:45-11:05: The Lions Den • 30 Main St, Stockbridge.
Stop 21: 11:30-11:50: Campaign Party • 615 Boardman St, Sheffield.
|Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008|
Upstairs on the Square's Harvest Vegan Dinner
We went to one of their events a while back and were impressed by not only the food but the lengths Steven went to ensuring that the wine was vegan! Fine dining and veganism can occur in the same sentence...
Tuesday, November 25th
Soirée Room – 6:30 pm
Judging from the popularity of our vegan and tomato dinners this summer, our clientele absolutely adores vegetables. And fall is the best time of year to enjoy vegan cuisine. Come try Steven Brand’s all vegan tasting menus (we feature a vegan and vegetarian tasting menu every night in the Soiree Room!) matched with Matt’s truly inspired vegan wines. Our previous vegan dinners sold out – and have been big hits – so reserve early. Presented with the Boston Vegan Association.
Four-course dinner with wine, $45
($65 with wine pairings)
Call 617-864-1933 for reservations http://www.upstairsonthesquare.com/happenings.html
|Tuesday, October 21st, 2008|
Help save fluffy bunnies by eating Pizza!
I know, I know, having my first post be to an event is a bit spammy, but this is to benefit cute, fluffy bunnies!
Tonight, Tuesday October 21, 4pm - 9pm only! The House Rabbit Network (HRN) is having a fund raiser at Flat Bread.
The House Rabbit Network
is New England rabbit rescue groups that rehomes abandoned and neglected domestic rabbits and provides loving sanctuary homes to disabled rabbits. There will also be a raffle of goods and services donated by area businesses. You can see a list of the current raffle items at the HRN web site.
Flatbread is a unique restaurant that promotes organic farming and the community. Tuesday nights are Benefit Nights where Flatbread donates $3.50 from every large flatbread and $1.75 from a small flatbread to a local charity. HRN is honored to be the chosen charity for October 21st.
Please keep the date open and come join your friends for dinner that night at Flatbread! HRN members will be there the entire night. Hang out, eat and chat with your fellow rabbit friends. We will have a Chinese Auction with prizes too! If your schedule is tight, you can also purchase a flatbread to go, and HRN will still benefit!
Check out their menu. For vegetarians, Flatbread has many options, including a vegan flatbread or an organic salad. Check out Flatbread's website for more information about this local and generous company.
Where is Flatbread?
213 Burlington Rd, on the Bedford/Burlington line. That is the corner of rte 62 and Network Drive. Easily accessible from both routes 3 and 128/95. It is across the street from Mitre and about a mile from the Burlington Mall.
From Rt 3N exit at Rt 62 Bedford and go right off the ramp on Rt 62 (Burlington Road). Go two lights and turn right into our parking lot.
From Rt 3S (from Lowell), exit at Rt 62 Bedford and go left off the ramp on Rt 62 (Burlington Road). Go three lights and turn right into our parking lot.
From Rt 128 exit onto Rt 3 North (Lowell, Nashua) and take the first exit (Rt 62 Bedford). Go right off the ramp, east on Rt 62 (Burlington Road). Go two lights and turn right into our parking lot on the corner of Network Drive.
They also have a small, but tasty selection of draft and bottled beer, not your average Bud.
X-posted to b0st0n Current Mood: hungry
|Thursday, May 22nd, 2008|
|Sunday, May 18th, 2008|
Veg on the Vineyard?
Ok, so I know this is not strictly the Boston
area, but I'm hoping maybe someone knows . . . (LMK if this is too off topic and I'll happily take it down)
Is anyone familiar with restaurants on Martha's Vineyard that are particularly vegetarian friendly?
I'm going to be there next weekend for a small family gathering and I'm sorta in charge of finding places for us all to have dinner together, so I'm looking for suggestions for places that either have a good veggie selection on their menu or are happy to make things.
Anything from super casual to relatively nice is fine, as we'll need a few different places.
TIA!ETA: We're staying in Oak Bluffs and will probably spend most of our time there and in Vineyard Haven.crossposted to massvegetarians Current Mood: curious
|Friday, May 16th, 2008|
Vegan ice cream is ours at last:
It is our pleasure to announce that the GRAND OPENING of Wheeler's Frozen Desserts is tonight, May 16 2008!
Wheeler's Frozen Desserts is located at 334B Massachusetts Avenue, Boston. We will be open at 8PM sharp and will be serving up delicious scoops of our freshly made, dairy free ice cream until 11PM. Stop by, grab a a spoon, and hang out with us!
We will also be open on Saturday from 11AM until 11PM, and Sunday from 11AM until 9PM. So if you can't make it tonight, be sure to drop by this weekend and check out our new shop!
We are so excited for this! Hope to see you there!
Wheeler's Frozen Desserts
334B Massachusetts Avenue (right near Symphony stop on Green E line)
May 16th 8PM-11PM
May 17th 11AM-11PM
May 18th 11AM-9PMhttp://icecreamproject.comView larger map
|Tuesday, May 13th, 2008|
I eat curries for dinner about ten times a week. Well, that's not mathmatically possible but you know what I mean.
I am obsessed with food from cultures where religion encourages people to be veg*n.
I am having problems finding many ingredients at stores, and online it's usually in bulk and I'd get too much.
I live in Salem just north of Boston and will make a trip anywhere accessible by MBTA if needed.
I would realy like to find a local (preferably family owned) Indian grocery, and a grocery that has Southeast Asian ingredients.
Thanks in advance.
(crossposted to veganpeople
|Saturday, March 22nd, 2008|
|Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008|
The bestest falafel I have EVER HAD is at Falafel King on Winter St in Boston. Not dry or like hockey pucks, tastes great and wicked cheap.
Only open weekdays for lunch but ooh so worth it. Get on the T and go go go go go
They even give you a free piece of falafel while you're waiting in line. Dipped in hummus, which I swear is homemade. Ditto with the tabouleh.
Not everything they have there is vegetarian, but most of it is. My favorite meal is the falafel salad. Current Mood: full
|Thursday, December 20th, 2007|
Christopher's in Porter Sq is amazingly vegetarian and even vegan friendly. I highly recommend their buffalo tofu appetizer.
|Wednesday, September 12th, 2007|
Harvest Vegan Dinner
I saw this in this week's Improper Bostonian
which might be of interest to some of you here:
"UpStairs on the Square, 92 Winthrop St., Cambridge (617-864-1933). www.upstairsonthesquare.com . MBTA: Red Line Harvard. Sept. 19, 6:30 pm. $55. UpStairs on the Square executive chef Steven Brand presents an all-vegan tasting menu matched with organic vino selected by wine director Matt Reiser."
|Sunday, March 18th, 2007|
|Wednesday, March 14th, 2007|
health food stores
are there any t accessible ones? it seems kind of weird that theres not. i shop at whole foods but it would be awesome if there was something else. thank you!
|Wednesday, January 24th, 2007|
does anybody know of any? in boston/brookline/allston/brighton/cambri
dge ect. thank you!
|Wednesday, November 29th, 2006|
Anyone know of any growers using sustainable/grass-fed/organic farming techniques for raising livestock in the greater Boston area? I'd love to talk to some actual farmers on the subject.