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Vegan Ramen At Time Out Market New York

I don’t understand the current food hall boom around NYC. They are usually loud and over-crowded, and it seems like vendors often drop out or the entire food hall closes. I didn’t have high expectations for the Time Out Market … Continue reading

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Monk’s Meats Presents A Vegan Korean Harvest

I’ve written about Monk’s Meats before, and I’ve continued to follow them around Brooklyn. They make excellent vegan sandwiches, usually with seitan or mushrooms. I follow them on Instagram, and a few weeks ago I saw that they were doing … Continue reading

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Veggie Castle Returns To Brooklyn

Many years ago there was a vegan Jamaican restaurant that opened in an old White Castle here in Brooklyn. It was called Veggie Castle, and it was good. Then they had to close, and re-opened way out in Queens under … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Japanese At Mori

I probably walked past Mori, in Park Slope, a few times without taking any notice of it. There are lots of nearly identical sushi restaurants in the neighborhood, and I must have just lumped Mori into that category. But then … Continue reading

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Vegan Polish At Polka Dot Cafe

After grabbing a couple of slices at Paulie Gee’s I stopped by Polka Dot Cafe. Somehow they had gotten onto my radar as a place where you could get vegetarian pierogi, as well as other vegan versions of Polish specialties. … Continue reading

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Vegan At Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop And 300 Posts

Happy 2020, and welcome to my 300th post. It’s been almost nine years since I started this blog, and sometimes I feel like I’m screaming into the void. I don’t get a lot of traffic to the site, and in … Continue reading

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How I Learned To Love Tempeh

For years I didn’t understand the appeal of tempeh. I tried cooking with it once or twice, and had a few restaurant dishes with it, but I never really liked it. Even high-end tempeh made here in Brooklyn left me … Continue reading

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