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Monday, January 26, 2015

The Week in Vegan: Burritos, Pop-Tarts, and Baby Goats

Posted By on Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 1:29 PM

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Are you still into that whole weight-loss thing that you were talking about right after Christmas? Yeah? Then you should check out the fact that plant-based diets can lose you an average of 10 pounds. Tell all your friends. Be healthier together and stuff. Eat only veggie jerquee!

Did you know some of your favorite foods, like Pop-Tarts and Kraft Taco Bell dinner are vegan? Did you even know Kraft Taco bell Dinner existed? I didn't and I'm off to the store to buy ten and eat them all at once.

Reminder: Today's the day you can get a free burrito at Chipotle just by purchasing anything that has sofritas as its main protein. Sofritas are hella delicious, too, so it's a win-win.

In heartbreaking news, Millennium is closing and none of us will ever be able to eat there again.

In heartwarming news, a new vegan restaurant is opening in San Francisco. Citizen Fox sounds fantastic and has just named Kevin Schuder as their executive chef. You know where Schuder's worked before? Millennium!

The Vatican is over messing with doves and has proclaimed balloons the new symbol of peace. Good.

It's Monday! You feeling it?

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