Now, we all know you shouldn't give bunnies as Easter gifts, but if you've been thinking of adopting a bun for yourself, Harvest Home is having an adoption event tomorrow! It's from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the East Bay SPCA at their Tri-Valley Adoption Center (4651 Gleason Dr. in Dublin). You can adopt cute buns like pretty lil' Flower here:
Remember I told you last week that some chickens raised for meat are fed arsenic? That's not all! Turns out, they are fed all kinds of fun stuff--from coffee to the active ingredient in Prozac. Add a little vodka and this closely resembles my own daily regimen.
If Jared Leto gets enough facebook likes on this post, he'll make vegan pancakes at a live show! Dreams do come true! My dream was actually Jordan Catalano covered in maple syrup but I like pancakes too. Just in a different way.
For your product review pleasure,Vegan Vagrant reviewed Daiya's new cheese wedges and made some yummy grilled cheese. They are seriously sexy sandwiches.
Convert, a sustainably-minded shoe store, opened in Berkeley on Wednesday. They have an exclusive all-vegan line from Jeffrey Campbell. I'm into this "All Caps" number above. The collection is half hot, half cray. But those are often two sides of the same coin, am I right? At least with people, there's a direct correlation.
JewishJournal.com taught me a new word!: Veder. That's a vegan seder! They have an interesting discussion on the matter--I pretty much almost read the whole thing. If you're looking for recipes, PETA has you covered. If you didn't order your vegan chocolate seder plate, I don't know what to tell you except that you ruined Passover. Better luck next year!