Holy Link-o-Rama, the Vancouver Vegan Community is Exploding in March! (Exploding in a Good Way.)

There is so much vegan awesomeness going on in Vancouver right now that I can hardly handle it. Even though Kaylie, my co-blogger and love muffin, got on a plane to SFO (aka VeganSaurus-land) today, there is much to be excited about in the Canadian vegan mecca in which I live.

First of all, there’s the impending opening of a vegan bakery called Edible Flours. Unfortunately, it’s not in my part of town. Fortunately, I have been blessed with both a bicycle and a bus pass, as well as legs that work reasonably well, so I can go there. I hope you are in a similarly fortunate situation.

Also very very soon, there will be a vegan shoe store called Nice Shoes opening in East Van – and lucky me, I got to meet the woman behind it when she ate my delicious second-place Social Bites meal on February 19th. Speaking of Social Bites, the head honcho of that little community foodie operation, Annika, is looking for hobby chefs interested in cooking a vegan meal around the Commercial Drive area for April or May. I recommend being a part of this event – it was amazing!

And on we go – on Wednesday March 9th, Vancouver’s only totally vegan (and not totally raw) restaurant is hosting a vegan bake sale as a fundraiser for the BCSPCA. Yum.

Finally (did I miss anything else?), we here at Vegan Mischief are taking reservations for our next brunch on March 19th, 2011. If you’d like to attend, let us know how many are in your party and whether you’d like to come at 10, 11, 12, or 1, and we’ll get back to you with all relevant details. The theme will be French, and I have heard that there may be freshly baked vegan croissants involved. Contact us for a reservation.

3 thoughts on “Holy Link-o-Rama, the Vancouver Vegan Community is Exploding in March! (Exploding in a Good Way.)

  1. Johnathan

    Radha is not the only vegan non-raw restaurant in Vancouver… there is also Panz Veggie, Everybody Loves Veggies, and Rooted Cafe. Dharma Kitchen is also vegan except for the option of honey in some of their drinks.

  2. Kirby

    Correction to paragraph 4 please! Dharma Kitchen is also completely vegan and not fully raw.

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