Archive for October, 2007

Lu Lai Garden Closing Soon

Thursday, October 25th, 2007

Rumor has it that Lu Lai Garden in Milpitas will be closing on November 24th for good. Watch this space for an update.

BAV News – October 2007

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

The latest and greatest in San Francisco Bay Area veg news & events … Check out the October BAVeg news, now available!

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Pot Roast and Mashers

Sunday, October 21st, 2007

Summer produce is delicious, but summer weather makes it too hot to cook anything and too hot to appreciate our healthy vegan appetites. Now that we’re finally getting some cooler weather we can fire up the oven and enjoy the comfort food.

Tempeh Pot Roast is a bit time-consuming, but worth it. I often hear from people who don’t enjoy eating tempeh. That is usually because they are eating under-cooked tempeh and this recipe takes care of that.

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$1,846 Raised for Farm Sanctuary!

Sunday, October 21st, 2007

Just wanted to thank all of you who supported the 10/13 SF Walk for Farm Animals benefitting Farm Sanctuary.

In particular, thank you to those who signed up for our team, “Animals are Friends, not Food”: Summer, Laura, Doug AnnaLise, Monica, Alexandra, Scott, Linda, Robin, Rebecca, Ariel, Justin, Sarah, Winnie, Lori, and organizers Tammy & Chris.

The idea to have a BAVeg team was a mere month before the event started, and this was the first time we had ever organized a team for an event like this. And it was actually only 2 weeks before when we finally sent out our first organizing email.

Team Name: Animals are Friends, not Food
Organization Name: Bay Area Vegetarians
Team Online Total: $1,846.00

BAVeg also donated 2 Ultimate Guides for the Farm Sanctuary walk, one went to Scott as our team’s top fundraiser and the second was a raffle prize available to the general walk participants.

If you would like to lead the BAVeg team for next year, please email Tammy .

Sundaes & Advocacy Rescheduled – 10/29

Sunday, October 21st, 2007

This event has been postponed until next week due to the Bernal Hill Festival (as Cortland Ave will be closed off today).

What: Sundaes and Advocacy

Where: SF (MaggieMudd)

When: 10/29/07 Sunday, 3:00 pm
Host: Dana

Full Details:

Sometimes the pen can be mightier than the sword as PETA says. Please join your fellow veg*n advocates at the newest Bay Area Veg Letter Writing Party, Sundaes and Advocacy. Enjoy a fabulous vegan sundae at MaggieMudd and let your voice count. Letters to newspaper editors, legislators and businesses can effect change.

There will be a variety of issues each month. You can choose the issues that are most important to you. New ideas are always welcome!

We will be meeting on the third Sunday of each month at 3:00 p.m. at MaggieMudd in Bernal Heights.

Please bring the names of your State & Federal legislators. If you don’t know who they are, you can find them at Pens, paper and envelopes will be provided, but feel free to personalize it and bring your own.

Please RSVP by the day before the event so we can ensure there are enough letter writing supplies.

If you can’t make this event, check the calendar for upcoming Sundaes and Advocacy Events.

Hope to see you there!

The Flying Falafel – Mountain View

Friday, October 12th, 2007

New vegan lunch place in Mountain View. Simple Falafels to-go or delivered.

Sheese in San Francisco

Monday, October 8th, 2007

Sheese, a vegan cheeze made in Scotland, has reached the shores of California! It is now available in San Francisco at the Real Food Company (Polk and Broadway).

The US distributor for Sheese is Black Duck Imports.

Thanks to Joelle for sharing this news.

Golden Era 2 now called Golden Buddha

Monday, October 8th, 2007

Golden Era 2 has just changed it’s name to Golden Buddha. Same menu just a different name.

New Whole Foods – Oakland

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007

New Whole Foods in Oakland near Lake Merritt.

Ubuntu in Napa

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007

New “Vegetarian” restaurant in the heart of Napa.

From the chef “[We are a] vegetable restaurant rather than a vegetarian restaurant. We’re not offering a philosophy of “no meat,” rather, we are celebrating what comes from the gardens, what shows up at the door and our relationships with farms in Napa”

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