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 Post subject: Eat Real Festival 2013
PostPosted: Sat Sep 28, 2013 10:51 pm 
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Sorry I didn't post this earlier, but Vegansaurus posted a list of vegan options at Eat Real! I will also add a PS: the Korean tofu taco from Seoul On Wheels can be made vegan and is delicious.

I will also add as an FYI that there is a petting zoo from a farm that does a meat CSA and that there are butchery demos and competitions (I checked the schedule in order to avoid those).

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Anyone going to Eat Real Fest in Oakland today or tomorrow?
Here's the vegan options!!

OUTDOORS
Baia Pasta: Pac Macs with Summer Ragu (tomato sauce with veggies) $5
Garlic Habanero Twins with mint pesto and sauteed zucchini $5
Sardinians with wild mushrooms, veggies, and spices (cold pasta salad) $5

Chaac-Mool: Vegan Sopes $3
Vegan Tacos $3
Vegan Nachos $5

Simply Mochi: Mochi balls

Soda Craft: Organic fermented sodas $3

Farmer's Wife: Avocado-Sauerkraut-Pickle sandwich (must ask to be made vegan) $5

Bicycle Bahn Mi: Tofu, Mushroom,, and Squash Spring Roll $5

Cholita Linda: Tofu Tacos $4

Fat Face Popsicles: Mango + Sticky Rice, Apricot Lavender, Kaffir Line + Avocado, Hibiscus Mint, Melon Horchata,
Strawberry Coconut, Strawberry Lemonade $3.50 each

Numi Tea: Organic Tea $3

Purity Organics: Coconut water, juice $3

Kasa Indian: Fali Aloo (Green beans in coconut milk curry) Rice Plate $8
Samosa $2

MeSoHungry: Veg Slider NO CHEESE $5

House Kombucha: Organic kombucha $3

Happy Girl Kitchen: Pickles

Casey's Pizzeria: Margherita (tomato + basil) NO CHEESE
Arugula (wild arugula + red onion + chili flake + lemon) NO CHEESE

Hodo Soy: Tofu Fries with Basil Aioli $4
Cajun Tofu Burger $5
Spicy Yuba Tacos $5
Fresh Tofu Spring roll $5

Radio Africa & Kitchen: 7-veggie Tagine with Quinoa Pilaf and Garbanzo Beans $3

Onigilly: Rice Ball Wraps with Hijiki, Nasu, or Ume $3 or 3 for $8

Sataysfied: Pan-fried Tofu Rice Plate $4
Mie Tek Tek (Indonesian Fried Noodles) $4, add $2 for pan-fried tofu

Tru Gourmet: Shiitake dumpling $5 for 4 pieces
Sesame ball dessert $2

Rice Paper Scissors: Mushroom Pho Rolls $5

Comida la Oaxaquena: Black Bean + Poblano tamale $5
Zucchini + Corn + Roasted Poblano tamale $5
Chepil (Oaxacan savory herb) tamale $5

Hella Vegan Eats: Mini doughnut burger (beet-kamut patty) supreme $5
Scallion pancake taco $3
Lusty Lovers Taco (mac-n-cheeze, peach bbq "chicken" chipotle-toasted cornflakes) $3

Nido: Toasted corn salad (ask for vegan) $5

Little Green Cyclo: Lemongrass Tofu Spring Roll $4

Whole Foods Kids Snack Bar

Whole Grain Connections

FREE Water Bar: Refill your water bottles/jugs!

INDOOR MARKETPLACE
Crunch Culture: Almond-Coconut yogurt and granola

Nana Joes: Granola

Sinto Gourmet: Kimchi, pickles, and korean spreads

Pop Mama Pop!: Popcorn and kettle corn

Farmhouse Sauerkraut: Sauerkraut and kimchi

Affis Hummus + Falafel: Hummus, falafel, and spreads

Sosu: Spicy ketchup and sweet+tangy ketchup

Hidden Star Orchards: Organic apples, apple chips, spreads, etc.

Sweet Bar Bakery: Chocolate Chunk or ginger cookies

Inna Jam: Jams and spreads

Blue Chair Jam: Jams and spreads

Bacano: Coconut vegan cookies

Sal de Vida: Infused salts, soup mixes, rice mixes, balsamic vinegar spread

Heat Hot Sauce: Hot sauces

Bittersweet Chocolate: Dark chocolate

Barlovento: Dark chocolate

Grandma's Homemade: Jams and spreads

Studebaker Pickles: Pickles

Brown Dog Mustard: Whole grain mustard

Pacific Sun Olive Oil: Olive oil

Ritual Coffee

Bicycle Coffee

Roast Co. Coffee

Barefoot Coffee Roasters


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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 11:02 am 
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Wow, this looks rad! Thanks for posing it here. There's so much stuff to check out, I need some Hella Vegan Eats stuff and Tofu Fries from Hodo Soy and I should probably pick up some cookies, popcorn and apple chips to take to Yosemite tomorrow!

Are you or is anyone else going today? We'll probably be there around 1ish, I'll be wearing a Sea Shepherd shirt & a red Hello Kitty backpack so come say hi if you see me!

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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 11:45 am 
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I wish i checked this list before I went yesterday! We ate at Hodo (tofu fries) and Hella vegan Eats (doughnut burger & taco), Numi tea and a granola place inside...

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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 12:00 pm 
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missmuffcake wrote:
I wish i checked this list before I went yesterday! We ate at Hodo (tofu fries) and Hella vegan Eats (doughnut burger & taco), Numi tea and a granola place inside...


How was everything? It looks like you ate everything I wanna eat!

jojo wrote:
I'll be wearing a Sea Shepherd shirt


Scratch that, I'm wearing a blue dress with white stripes!

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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 1:31 pm 
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jojo wrote:
Wow, this looks rad! Thanks for posing it here. There's so much stuff to check out, I need some Hella Vegan Eats stuff and Tofu Fries from Hodo Soy and I should probably pick up some cookies, popcorn and apple chips to take to Yosemite tomorrow!


Hella Vegan is so good. Definitely get the beet burger and the scallion pancake taco! And maybe the lusty lovers taco too. Ugh, get everything from them.

The other things I ate were
Rice Paper Scissors, mushroom pho rolls: delish
Bicycle Banh Mi: tofu, mushroom and butternut squash spring roll: delish
Radio Africa & Kitchen, 7 veggie tagine: delish
Onigilly hijiki and nasu rice ball wrap: delish


And the Soda Craft fermented ginger soda, yum. I did not get the Cholita Linda tofu taco because I get them for breakfast at the Sunday farmers market - but I get them every time I go on Sunday, so I recommend them!!!

I split everything with my sweetheart - twice the variety!

jojo wrote:
Are you or is anyone else going today? We'll probably be there around 1ish, I'll be wearing a Sea Shepherd shirt & a red Hello Kitty backpack so come say hi if you see me!


I wish I was going today too! I would totally be on the lookout for you. But in the blue dress with white stripes. Have a fantastic time, and enjoy Yosemite too!


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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 5:32 pm 
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My boyfriend had the doughnut burger from HVE - it was good but to sweet for me! I liked the lusty lovers taco a whole bunch! So yummy!

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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
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missmuffcake wrote:
My boyfriend had the doughnut burger from HVE - it was good but to sweet for me! I liked the lusty lovers taco a whole bunch! So yummy!


Yeah, the doughnuts make it too sweet for me, too, but I love the burger so much I can't help myself. The bigger, non-slider version is somehow less sweet even though the doughnuts are bigger, I guess because the burger is bigger too???


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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
PostPosted: Wed Oct 02, 2013 1:45 am 
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Eat Real Fest' was super awesome, way, way bigger than any food festival I've been to in the UK!

I had a lusty lovers taco and the mini donut burger from Hella Vegan Eats. I loved the donut burger, perfect sweetness level for me, but the taco was WAY too spicy for my lame asparagus pallet, Nick enjoyed it though and I definitely wanna try making something similar at home!

I also had a Popsicle from Fat Face, the avo lime, and it was SO great. It tasted just like the avo lime mousse dessert Nick & I had at our wedding!

I wasn't into the tofu fries from Hodo which was weird because I super love their tofu. We also got some yummy apple chips, kettle corn I haven't opened yet, great choc chip walnut cookies from Sweet Bar and the Barlovento sea salt chocolate bars are seriously uh-mazing.


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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
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I am dying thinking about those Hodo yuba tacos.


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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
PostPosted: Wed Oct 02, 2013 9:20 am 
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I think what saved the fries from Hodo was adding Sriracha! They were kinda plain but they were the first vegan thing I saw! We were starved...

I took a handful of Numi samples - been using those up. $3 for a small cup of tea was pricy - since I buy a box of Numi for $5...

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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
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jojo wrote:
I also had a Popsicle from Fat Face, the avo lime, and it was SO great. It tasted just like the avo lime mousse dessert Nick & I had at our wedding!


Ooo, yum! And that is so sweet, jojo. At the first Eat Real my sweetheart grabbed an avocado lime paleta thinking it would cure me of my savory-things-in-sweets but we both liked them so much I make them at home now!


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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
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I'm sad I didn't see this list before I went, but happy that everything I tried is on it...Hella Vegan Eats, Hodo, Tru Gourmet, and Kasa. I wanted one of those Fat Face popsicles really bad, but by the time we got around to it they were sold out of the vegan flavors :(

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 Post subject: Re: Eat Real Festival 2013
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ErinW wrote:
I'm sad I didn't see this list before I went, but happy that everything I tried is on it...Hella Vegan Eats, Hodo, Tru Gourmet, and Kasa. I wanted one of those Fat Face popsicles really bad, but by the time we got around to it they were sold out of the vegan flavors :(


I didn't see it online until I got back so I posted it hoping to help other locals! Next year I will maybe try to find a list earlier.

Did you like Tru Gourmet? I've had their mushroom dumplings (delish!) but they mistakenly gave me a shrimp one once and I haven't gotten over it yet.


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