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In case you were unaware, we live in the most vegan-friendly city in America. Oh, that was hard for you to tell, what with bacon being liberally sprinkled in just about every salad on every menu in every restaurant in this city? Well, if you're looking for good vegan-friendly options and just don't know where to find them, never fear: We've got you covered. Bunna Cafe: This Bushwick Ethiopian spot serves some of the most flavorful food...
We admit that we tend to take limes for granted. More often than not, we have five or more of them slowly gathering brown spots at the bottom of our crisper drawer, ready to be fished out at a moments notice to spritz over a pair of fish tacos or garnish an end-of-day gin and tonic. So it certainly was startling when the cost-effective citrus suddenly began fetching around $1 each at grocery stores,...
It can be hard to motivate yourself to do anything during the most bitterly cold, windy and wet weeks of winter, let alone traverse the borough regularly for dinner. But like a crocus poking its furled head through the frosty ground, an inbox full suddenly full of invites to upcoming food fests serves as promise that spring is indeed on its way. We always know the season is about to take a turn for the...
Going vegan might be a hipster cliché, but meat-eating actually feels like a bigger part of today’s dominant counterculture. Hipster iconography has always been rooted in nostalgia for, and ironic reclamation of, signifiers of 70s suburbia—the white flight world their parents created, from which they’d eventually escape to return to the cities: mustaches, Pabst, big glasses, big hair, etc. Along with these motifs comes meat—backyard barbecues and roasts on the dinner table. The socially...

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