Category Archives: Food

THREE THOUSAND MILES LATER: THE BEGINNING OF THE BEGINNING

San Francisco. Where the locals complain when the mercury drops below 60 degrees, vegan options are plentiful, “Have a nice day!” is standard dialogue and the smell of potent and pungent chiba constantly wafts through the air. Four days into … Continue reading

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45 MINUTES NORTH – GOODBYE TO BOSTON

This blog has gone untended over the last several months due to an unrelenting office job and a brief stint in academia. From what the statistics and email alerts tell me, I do have some semblance of a (small) following. … Continue reading

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ALLSTON GETS COOL(ER): FoMu ALTERNATIVE ICE CREAM

Boston has experienced its list of vegan and vegetarian eateries expand exponentially within the last few years. While relatively recent restaurants like Veggie Galaxy and Refuge Cafe do a good job catering to the cruelty-free crowd, veganism has never tasted … Continue reading

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RAW DEAL: NEWTON’S PRANA

I first became aware of the health benefits of eating raw food when I read Meat is for Pussies by John Joseph (read my book review here). The legendary hardcore front man and lifelong vegan and fitness enthusiast put it simply: … Continue reading

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CHEERS: THE FRIENDLY TOAST

Restaurants that specialize in all things vegan are undoubtedly praiseworthy. Sometimes though it’s important to tip one’s hat to establishments that may not be completely veg-friendly, but still make an honest effort to accommodate by including vegan options on the … Continue reading

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South of the Border: VegBoston visits RI! Wildflour!

On one of those  almost spring but still terribly dark and dismal New England days, I decided to head out for what I always conceived as Boston’s little, less exciting, but easily accessible brother: Providence Rhode Island. Approximately an hour away … Continue reading

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Good Food Good Cause: Food Not Bombs

Started in 1980 in Cambridge, Food Not Bombs was a product of anti-nuclear protests.  For the last thirty-and-a-half years the program has seen exponential growth, with hundreds of chapters dispersed across the globe crusading for the righteous cause of providing … Continue reading

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