Totally missed the 3 best! Cafe Sunflower, Green Sprout (all though it was featured a few weeks back), and Soul Vegetarian. Don't forget that all local Mellow Mushrooms, Village Slice, and Cameli's Pizza carry vegan cheese!
But of course this article is so incomplete I wonder why CL even bothered.
What would be more relevant is discussion of the Atlanta Veg scene as compared with other cities. We do have some gems but we generally lack the vegan influence of other major cities like LA, San Fran, DC, Philly, NY, etc. Why are our otherwise culturally literate in-town communities more interested in organic local meat-centric restaurants than the healthier, more compassionate, and environmentally sounder alternative? That would be far more interesting than Stephanie listing 4 vegetarian dishes she either tried or heard were good.
Excellent reminder that there are a few great vegan joints in ATL that will please any meat eater. Green Sprout always delivers when I bring carnivores. If the fake meat can bridge the gap from obesity, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease to eating a healthy plant based diet then they have a place at the table.
You guys are missing the point. $150.00 fine for crossing the white line. $75.00 fine for entering without a tag. They could give a shit about $3.05 x the measly number of users. When the out of towners get confused, that's where the real money comes from. When that shredded tire carcass is in the lane and you have to swerve across the double white to avoid it, (and then back) you will be paying just like it was designed.
I'm not sure where you will go to challenge these tickets but if the history of red light cameras tells us anything, you will be guilty with little fair chance to prove otherwise.
This is where bacon comes from. http://ht.ly/6p4wS
Over 70% of the food grown in the US goes to feeding livestock. We would have an easier time feeding the planet not harder if we didn't eat meat.
This is easy, go vegan. If you believe the free range, cruelty free myths you are paying extra for nothing and the meat producers are laughing to the bank.
Make no mention of animal suffering or the environment and just think about your health. We do not need any animal foods in our diet. All of it is bad for you. Humans crave what we eat and once you commit to eating healthy you will no longer crave fried chicken and places like cafe sunflower or even a tofu burrito at Moe's will hit the spot.
Vegans have won everything from the Ironman to (Dave Scott) to heavyweight titles (Mike Tyson) to gold medals (Carl Lewis) and is all the rage in MMA and yes, bodybuilding http://www.veganbodybuilding.com/
This is the only answer to this issue.
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