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Access Café Vegan Brunch

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My sister wrote a book called That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals and she constantly encounters people who say really inane things like, 'œI don’t think I’ve ever actually eaten any vegan food.'  She usually responds with 'œWell, have you ever had an apple?' and then they feel pretty stupid.  Don’t be one of those idiots.

image via Velaia (ParisPeking)'s flickr

I stumbled upon this nomadic vegan brunch called Access Café.  They seem to take place only rarely, so take advantage of this one!  If I paraphrase, it’s gonna sound like a bunch of kumbaya hooey, so I’ll just quote their Facebook invitation:

'œJoin us for delicious food, live music and lovely company.  Pay what you think the experience is worth- or contribute your time and energy to make this cafe a truly community supported project.  Help with dishes, chop some vegetables, pour mimosas.   We believe that the more we all contribute, the more everyone benefits.  With much hope about creating a future that provides access to food and water for all, and the biggest community network we can imagine, Love, All Access Café.'

Oh look at that!  They managed to sound kumbaya-y all on their own.  Just kidding.  In all seriousness, making affordable and nutritious plant-based food accessible to all is important, plus any donation-based brunch is, simply, pretty rad.  See a video of one of their past cafés here.

Saturday, January 23rd, 11am-2pm
Access Café Vegan Brunch
The Box Factory
865 Florida St. @ 21st St. [The Mission]

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