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In brief: Albany, Berkeley’s Solano Avenue Stroll happening Sunday

East Bay Times 07 Sep 2022
— city of Berkeley Second annual vegan food fest draws crowd of about 2,000. On Sunday in celebration of Labor Day weekend, around 2,000 people flocked to downtown Berkeley to enjoy the second annual Bizerkeley Food Festival, the city’s first and only vegan food festival, presenting some of the Bay Area’s best vegan food.
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2nd in-person Bizerkeley Food Festival celebrates veganism, advocacy

The Daily Californian 05 Sep 2022
2nd in-person Bizerkeley Food Festival celebrates veganism, advocacy Jonathan Hale/Staff ... Vegans and meat eaters alike crowded the Bizerkeley Food Festival on Sunday at Berkeley’s Sports Basement in celebration of veganism, animal advocacy and local plant-based eats ... “Hometown hero” Vegan Hood Chefs are a fan favorite, according to Hazel.
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Leaking therapy notes

The Daily Californian 05 Aug 2022
Leaking therapy notes. I’ve been seeing this patient since the beginning of summer now. On Sunday morning, she knocks on my bedroom door. Finally ... It has milk, and I’m trying to go vegan before I move to Berkeley ... Like vegan vegan? No dairy at all? ... Yup, like vegan vegan ... Mahika Singhal writes the Friday column on being a person of color at UC Berkeley.
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Quiz: Would you survive a horror movie?

The Daily Californian 22 Jul 2022
It’s probably nothing Lure out the intruder Have someone over to be the first victim What’s the scariest thing in UC Berkeley? The vegans that protest Rich students that pretend to be poor A GPA below 3.0 On-campus housing You are the “final girl.” Regardless of gender, you are ...
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Does London Finally Have Its First Great Zero-Waste Restaurant?

Vogue 28 Apr 2022
Since decamping from the South Island to London, she’s done stints in restaurants at various five-star London hotels (The Savoy, The Berkeley), published a vegan cookbook Planted, and – most recently – served as chef-owner of Tredwells in Covent Garden, which earned a green Michelin star during her tenure ... There is no fixed ideal.” ... Hayley Maitland. .
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Black-owned vegan restaurants awaken appetite for plant-based diet

Atlanta Journal 22 Apr 2022
For Terry Sargent, who owns Grass VBQ Joint in Atlanta’s West End, veganism in the Black community is “new, but not new.”. In 2020, he opened Atlanta’s only vegan barbecue spot, serving up Nashville Hot Chick’n and oyster mushroom po’boys ... “I try to get (non-vegans) to understand that vegan food can be just as equally tasty as your non-vegan foods.”.
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Best of Berkeley: Food 2022

The Daily Californian 17 Apr 2022
Best of Berkeley ... Located on Telegraph Avenue, Romeo’s chic storefront is a vibrant, bustling study space for students at UC Berkeley ... Let’s be honest — finding a good burger in Berkeley is difficult ... For the fourth year in a row, The Butcher’s Son on University Avenue has been deemed the best vegan food in Berkeley — and for good reason.
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Commentary: Animal agriculture’s ‘water footprint’ is putting the planet in peril

Finger Lakes Times 16 Mar 2022
Let’s make a real impact — by going vegan ... Importantly, going vegan saves water and animals ... A global shift toward vegan foods could drastically curb greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new model developed by scientists from Stanford and the University of California, Berkeley.
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Commentary: Animal agriculture's 'water footprint' is putting the planet in peril

Phys Dot Org 16 Mar 2022
Let's make a real impact—by going vegan ... Importantly, going vegan saves water and animals ... A global shift toward vegan foods could drastically curb greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new model developed by scientists from Stanford and the University of California, Berkeley.
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The teachers of White Plaza

Stanford Daily 03 Feb 2022
“VEGANISM IS A MORAL OBLIGATION ... Eventually, the student stood up, shook Earthling Ed’s hand and revealed she is already vegan ... A year later, Winters, who resembles a vegan Jesus in a Steve Jobs turtleneck, set up his YouTube channel ... According to his website, 33,248 people have gone vegan thanks to his content ... He was going to go vegan.
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Going vegan hardly impacts carbon footprint

The Daily Californian 03 Dec 2021
And in 2018, the city of Berkeley committed to only serving vegan meals in city-owned buildings, facilities and programs once a week ... Following Berkeley’s recent resolution, which expands on the city’s previous attempt to provide vegan meals in city buildings once a week, vegan ...
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Nestle invests in maker of fake chicken that has skin and bones

Union Leader 20 Nov 2021
Nestle invested in a vegan startup ... Sundial was created in 2019 after co-founders Schwabach, who is vegan, and Siwen Deng met at the University of California Berkeley's Alternative Meats Program where they explored issues like how to tackle dryness in plant-based meat alternatives.
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California-made fake chicken has ‘skin’ and ‘bones’ — and Nestle is investing

Orange County Register 19 Nov 2021
Nestle SA invested in a vegan ... Sundial was created in 2019 after co-founders Schwabach, who is vegan, and Siwen Deng met at the University of California Berkeley’s Alternative Meats Program where they explored issues like how to tackle dryness in plant-based meat alternatives.
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Nestle invests in East Bay maker of fake chicken that has skin and bones

East Bay Times 19 Nov 2021
Nestle SA invested in a vegan ... Sundial was created in 2019 after co-founders Schwabach, who is vegan, and Siwen Deng met at the University of California Berkeley’s Alternative Meats Program where they explored issues like how to tackle dryness in plant-based meat alternatives.

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