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Just getting things started!

Has anyone been to Sazon (10th & Spring Garden)? They look pretty vegan-friendly but I'd love to hear actual experiences.


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just posting a placeholder until i get the link to the old philly thread.

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I went to vegan treats yesterday! They didn't have the chocolate hazelnut cakes though, I was super disappointed! We're visiting ny tomorrow, really excited!

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It seems like Vegan Treats isn't making as many donuts as before. I wonder why. It's all I'm really interested in!


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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Just getting things started!

Has anyone been to Sazon (10th & Spring Garden)? They look pretty vegan-friendly but I'd love to hear actual experiences.


I've been wanting to go for a whle, just never make it happen for some reason. Looking forward to trying the arepas and raw truffles when I go though.

I emailed one day to see what options they had, “2 of our appetizers can be made vegan, all of our side dishes are vegan, 16 bean soup, la flaca sandwich without cheese, palmitto sandwich without cheese, 3 different arepas, 2 dinner options, and vegan raw truffles and water based vegan hot chocolates. When you arrive please ask for me, my name is Robert. I will explain everything in more detail.” Hope that helps.

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Ooh I never heard of Sazon!!

Anyone doing anything fun this weekend? Someone make sure I go to Whole Foods; I need bulk quinoa. Also I need friends. I'm really bored now that everyone I know has left Pennsylvania.

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I might be free Sunday afternoon/evening, but I might not know for sure until Sunday morning.

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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I want to do a Philly Vegan Crawl! We meet someplace vegan (like Blackbird) eat, talk, whatever, then walk on to the next place and get more vegan goodies. We stuff ourselves but walk it off in between :) I'm just at the beginning stages of the idea and I need help mapping it out. Anyone interested?


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Biodancer wrote:
I want to do a Philly Vegan Crawl! We meet someplace vegan (like Blackbird) eat, talk, whatever, then walk on to the next place and get more vegan goodies. We stuff ourselves but walk it off in between :) I'm just at the beginning stages of the idea and I need help mapping it out. Anyone interested?


My (non-PPK vegan) friend and I were just discussing a very very similar idea today. Our maniacal scheme remains top-secret for now (since I'm not sure if he'll want to have it be just a couple people or if we're going to try to make it a large group activity) but I'll let you know what we decide. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2010 12:03 am 
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Anyone doing anything fun this weekend?

Suzukibeane (who has yet to join the new forum, much to my severe dismay) and I are going to Pinups for Pitbulls on Saturday night. I anticipate off-the-charts awesomeness.

http://www.pinupsforpitbulls.com/#/pitb ... 4535451989

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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choirqueer wrote:
Biodancer wrote:
I want to do a Philly Vegan Crawl! We meet someplace vegan (like Blackbird) eat, talk, whatever, then walk on to the next place and get more vegan goodies. We stuff ourselves but walk it off in between :) I'm just at the beginning stages of the idea and I need help mapping it out. Anyone interested?


My (non-PPK vegan) friend and I were just discussing a very very similar idea today. Our maniacal scheme remains top-secret for now (since I'm not sure if he'll want to have it be just a couple people or if we're going to try to make it a large group activity) but I'll let you know what we decide. :D

I've done a Philly Bar Crawl before. This sounds a million times better! Let me know what you plan.

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Dynahmite wrote:
Just getting things started!

Has anyone been to Sazon (10th & Spring Garden)? They look pretty vegan-friendly but I'd love to hear actual experiences.


I've been wanting to go for a whle, just never make it happen for some reason. Looking forward to trying the arepas and raw truffles when I go though.

I emailed one day to see what options they had, “2 of our appetizers can be made vegan, all of our side dishes are vegan, 16 bean soup, la flaca sandwich without cheese, palmitto sandwich without cheese, 3 different arepas, 2 dinner options, and vegan raw truffles and water based vegan hot chocolates. When you arrive please ask for me, my name is Robert. I will explain everything in more detail.” Hope that helps.


Very helpful! Thanks! I have agreed to go there instead of Horizons for an anniversary dinner so I want to make sure it's friendly.


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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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amandabear wrote:
RandiJM wrote:
Anyone doing anything fun this weekend?

Suzukibeane (who has yet to join the new forum, much to my severe dismay) and I are going to Pinups for Pitbulls on Saturday night. I anticipate off-the-charts awesomeness.

http://www.pinupsforpitbulls.com/#/pitb ... 4535451989

This is so cool! It's pretty close to me too.


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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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It's a ways away yet, but is anyone having a vegan thanksgiving? Thanksgiving is my veganniversary and I really like to celebrate it properly with a grand vegan feast. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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we were planning to have one! :-) you wanna come over?
(everyone who wants to come can come. put it on your calendars if you'd rather spend it with "family" than family.)

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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I wishhh I could come to a vegan Thanksgiving but I still have to go to the huge 'family' shitshow where half the people are crazies we don't even know.

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RandiJM wrote:
I wishhh I could come to a vegan Thanksgiving but I still have to go to the huge 'family' shitshow where half the people are crazies we don't even know.


i'm traveling to little rock for thanksgiving, so you can imagine how vegan that'll be. :(

and the part about family...we're having it at my husband's uncle's...this will be the first time that people in his family (other than his parents) will be meeting our kids. i'm real excited to constantly explain that my kids don't eat meat and to constantly hear his parents offer turkey legs to my son. :( :( :(


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Let's all take a moment to mourn for the loss of a third world series.

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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Let's all take a moment to mourn for the loss of a third world series.

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RandiJM wrote:
amandabear wrote:
Let's all take a moment to mourn for the loss of a third world series.

Sad face.


Dies irae, dies illa


Here she liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiies...

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 Post subject: Re: Philadelphia
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I know there's supposed to be vegan stuff at naked chocolate, but whenever I go nothing's labeled that way. Grrr.

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RandiJM wrote:
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Let's all take a moment to mourn for the loss of a third world series.

Sad face.


Dies irae, dies illa


Here she liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiies...


Can you fathom how much I love that you said THAT, and not 'solvet saeclum in favilla'?

No one knew her worth, the late great daughter of Mother Earth. :D

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RandiJM wrote:
choirqueer wrote:
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Dies irae, dies illa


Here she liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiies...


Can you fathom how much I love that you said THAT, and not 'solvet saeclum in favilla'?

No one knew her worth, the late great daughter of Mother Earth. :D


I know my audience. :)

Plus, if you loved THAT, you should also know that as soon as I saw your post I put "La Vie Boheme" on and started singing along, in real life. I'm singing "I'll Cover You" now. :D

(There's a quote-embed limit!! You can only have 3!)

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