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Veg Out 411: Getting To Know Mama Vegan

In today’s episode of Veg Out, Ana, Steve and Lisa get to know Ally Lazare, the renaissance woman behind Mama Vegan, who tells us all about her vegan journey, how she started her business and her various delicious vegan products! You can find Mama Vegan here: Order from Mama Vegan Facebook Twitter Instagram You can find her cheeses at Tempeh Trails and Rosie’s Eatery Upcoming Events: TVA Annual General Meeting – Dec 3, 4-7 pm, 60 Lowther Avenue Annual Holiday Book & Bake Sale and Open House, Dec 9, 1-4 pm, 17 Baldwin St (2nd floor), Resource Centre Vegan Winter Market, Dec 17, 12-7 pm ($5 tickets), Listen Now: Veg Out 411: Getting To Know Mama Vegan  … Read More


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Veg Out: 381 – Holiday Gift Giving!

Today on Veg Out we have a very sporadic conversation about all the different gives you can give to someone who is interested in vegan/plant-based and ethical goods. If you want to buy gifts for omni friends and family that are ethical, cruelty-free, and vegan, we have some suggestions on our podcast! Listen Now: Veg Out: 381 Holiday Gift Giving! Gift Ideas & Links: Vegan bags, handbags, wallets: Free The People Pixie Mood Matt & Nat Angela Roi Sole Society ** double check the material lists because some still have animal products Sanctuaries and Charities: Wishing Well Sanctuary Toronto Humane Society Cedar Row Sanctuary Us! 😉 The Toronto Vegetarian Association Vegan Shoes & Clothing Nice Shoes Truth Belts Vegan/Cruelty Free Subscription Boxes Petit Vour Vegan Cuts Online Shops V Word Market Well.ca Local Toronto Companies (you could also check out our directory) Pixie Mood Good Rebel (1591 Dundas W) Through Being Cool (1277 Bloor St W) Penny Candy Jam Truth Belts  PLANTA (1221 Bay St) Fresh (there are several locations)… Read More


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Valentine’s Day Specials – 2015

Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, and your favourite Vegetarian Directory businesses have just what you need to make that special someone feel loved! We can’t guarantee these amazing dinner menus and decadent treats will win over a crush or reignite the passion in your relationship, but they definitely won’t hurt. (Single or just not into Valentine’s Day? You could always order a doughnut-gram or a bouquet of chocolate covered strawberries to your home or office anyways. We won’t judge). Happy Valentine’s Day!   Dinner Specials   Doug McNish’s Public Kitchen 561 Marlee Ave, Toronto, 647-341-1736, chef@dougmcnish.com, www.dougmcnish.com “What better way to celebrate real love than with real food? On Friday February 13th and Saturday February 14th, I look forward to serving  a special Valentine’s Dinner menu – organic, wholesome, and 100% plant-based, as you have come to expect from my Public Kitchen.” On the menu: Favourites such as Red Beet Ravioli and a selection of savoury and sweet sharing platters and desserts for two. View the full menu here: http://dougmcnish.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Valentines-Menu-2015-2.pdf Details: “Seating is limited in my Public Kitchen, reservations are now accepted – reservations@dougmcnish.com or call (647) 341-1736 come as early at 5:30pm with… Read More


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Vegetarian Patio Guide 2014

  Lettuce Love Café After a brutal and seemingly endless winter, it’s finally time for what we’ve all been fantasizing about for months… patio season! Here you’ll find all of your favourite Vegetarian Directory businesses that have outdoor seating. Bask in the glorious warmth of summer while enjoying some of the finest vegetarian and vegan fare the GTA has to offer! Click on the business name for a full listing. -d = offers a discount to Toronto Veg Card holders. Don’t have the card? Click here to get one! The Annex HodgePodge – d 258 Dupont St., 416-513-1333, www.theannexhodgepodge.com This mom and pop style café offers gourmet vegan soups, innovative salads, freshly squeezed juices, vegan wraps, desserts and grilled sandwiches. Small street side patio with seats for 4. The Beet Organic Café – d 2945 Dundas St. W., 416-916-2368, www.thebeet.ca Eco-friendly restaurant serving up sustainable fare with many delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes to choose from. There is also a patio, weekend brunch, take-out deli counter and seasonal organic produce. Butler’s Pantry Café… Read More


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