hey everyone! we live in the worcester area. there's a great little vegan hole in the wall in Worcester called Belmont Vegetarian that i LOOOOOVE. I was also shopping at Trader Joes yesterday and a woman there told me about Quan Yang that apparently has some good vegan food. As for dining out at a nice vegan or even veg place (im just vegetarian) its like totally impossible around here. I would love to go out to eat and have more than like 3 things off the menu that i could either eat or have modified to eat!
I know isn't it terrible?? My poor dog must be going stir crazy. I feel bad that she's in so much now she's a big black lab with lots of energy- but its just too cold and all the sidewalks are ice covered and miserable. I tried to take her out for a good walk on Sunday before the negative degree weather hit, but within 15 minutes her little teeth were chattering!!! it was the saddest/cutest thing ever!!!
how is everyone else coping with the weather?? and more to come too!
Hi everyone! I volunteer with VegWorcester in Central Mass. We have a list of some really good vegan restaurants in Worcester here: VegWorcester.com/restaurants. Plus in Feb, there are a couple of cool events. On Feb 12, Loving Hut in Worcester is doing a $10 buffet fundraiser (facebook event). On Feb 26 VegWorcester is hosting a vegan Mac & Cheese cook off.
Right now we're in the process of planning the 2nd annual Worcester VegFest, which will be on Sunday, April 17, 2011 at Worcester State University. The event has some AMAZING vegan food, some kick-ass speakers, music and lots of cool stuff. Definitely come out to it!
Woo-Vegan here! I'm lucky enough to live between a few different vegan places. Evo, Loving Hut and Nancy Chang's has a decent but pricey vegan menu. Drew you're right about the Asian Steak Bomb. I'm trying so hard to be a good superhero but the Mexican Black Bird quesadilla with buffalo tofu and the vegan sour cream is my weakness. Good to see other Woo's here. xoxo
So I just have to say that I had the best lunch today. I am working toward being vegan, just have to stop eating that cheese.
So I went to Life Alive in Cambridge on Mass Ave. and had the Emperor and a Ginger Crush. It was so good. The Emperor does have chees in it but most of the food there is vegan. It is such a cute little restaurant.
Well Hello Everyone! I'm not sure how I missed this thread! I am Robyn - from Salem, MA. I can't believe I'm the only Kind LIfer from Salem!
Anyway! I am vegetarian... working very hard to be vegan but having a reallllly hard time! I find that the longer I go without cheese, the more I crave deep fried deliciousness! I even caved and got fried haddock one day at a restaurant!
My husband is a great cook and is happy to make vegan things at home (and I'm learning somethings myself) but as many of you mentioned, going out to eat is so difficult! I get so tired of salads with no dressing or croutons! :)