Archive for April, 2008
VegWorcester needs a poster. And you need a new t-shirt. Let’s help each other out. Design a poster promoting VegWorcester.com and if you submit the sweetest design, you’ll get a free “Give Peas a Chance” Baseball Tee. Not to mention you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that your creative work will be hung up at [...]
The Telegram & Gazette is reporting that the Super 88 that was planned for downtown Worcester is “no-go” on Go/No-Go test. That’s too bad! The Super 88s in Boston are neat Asian markets with tons of mock meats and weird veg things. You can even get vegetarian duck in a can: But lucky for you, [...]
Sometimes it’s hard to think of things that would make Worcester better, but I’ve got something: a vegan diner. I love diners. They are one of the few things that are uniquely American. Diners have everything you could ask for in a restaurant: a huge menu with breakfast all day long, food so greasy it [...]
New research from researchers at the University of Illinois and the Instituto de Fermentaciones Industriales (CSIC) in Madrid, Spain suggests that allergen-free soy products could be nearer than previously thought, simply by fermenting the beans with a number of microorganisms. Now, I think it’s silly that some people believe eating soy is such an important [...]
Alright, this is super exciting. Here is the Spring 2008 Guide to Vegetarian Dining in Worcester (pdf). It’s a one-page guide to some of the best veg-friendly restaurants in the Worcester area. By no means does this list cover every single place to get quality veg food in Worcester. In fact, you can get good [...]
April 7, 2008 Tags: Worcester Posted in: Artichoke Food Cooperative, Bagel Time, Bay State Bakery, Bean Counter, Buddha Hut, Fantastic Pizza & Falafel, Nancy Chang, One Love Cafe, Red Lantern, Restaurants & Businesses, Shiraz, The Living Earth, The Q Cafe, Tortilla Sam's, Udupi, Veg Advocacy, Vegetarian Dining Guide 2008, Veggie Corner 2 Comments
This Sunday is April’s vegan meet-up and eat-up. It’ll be at the Moe’s Southwest Grill near Webster Square, where Main Street and Park Ave intersect. From Steve on meetup.com: Hi again, this next Meetup will be at Moe’s right near Webster Square (end of Main Street and Park Ave). They have lots of tasty vegan [...]
If you get a chance, pick up a copy of the current issue of Worcester’s InCity times. They published Mike’s challenge to Worcester’s entire vegetarian community in this week’s edition.
I’m a big fan of WPI professor John Sanbonmatsu. I’ve taken a couple of classes with him and learned a lot about politics and philosophy. When I was a freshman at WPI he gave me a copy of Animal Liberation and the The Sexual Politics of Meat. Every year John introduces dozens of WPI freshmen [...]
Check out this upbeat article in the Baltimore Sun about vegan women.