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Vegan Diet (INACTIVE)

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  • Restaurant Review: At Great Sage, an appeal to all tastes

    Restaurant Review: At Great Sage, an appeal to all tastes
    There are vegans, and there are vegetarians. And then there are those of us who dine out with vegetarian and vegan friends, who have been entertained by inspired vegetarian chefs (and lousy ones, too), and who are generally open to the idea of an...
  • Lunch review: One World Cafe is refreshingly reliable

    Lunch review: One World Cafe is refreshingly reliable
    From the outside, One World Cafe looks like it could be a small coffee joint housed in a one-story addition to a much taller brick building on the cusp of the Johns Hopkins' Homewood campus. In fact, if you walk past the few tables up front and the full...
  • Before Baltimore Grand Prix, Pumpelly readies for Le Mans

    Before Baltimore Grand Prix, Pumpelly readies for Le Mans
    When Spencer Pumpelly lived in Baltimore, he always thought the downtown streets would make a good racing track. This was in 1998. Now, it has become a reality. The Baltimore Grand Prix will run Sept. 2-4 on the streets of Charm City, starting on...
  • Restaurant review: A surprisingly delicious dinner at Club Charles

    Restaurant review: A surprisingly delicious dinner at Club Charles
    If you've never heard that Club Charles serves food, you're not alone. It's hard to imagine that a bar known for being a hangout of the tragically hip would do something as normal as serve food. But Club Charles does, and it's good. With its 1920s art...
  • Restaurant review: Tasty vegan fare in The Land of Kush

    Restaurant review: Tasty vegan fare in The Land of Kush
    It's tough being a vegan at most Baltimore restaurants. Often, you're relegated to a one- or two-item corner of the menu. Gregory Brown opened The Land of Kush at 840 N. Eutaw St., because, a vegan himself, he wanted a place where his culinary...
  • The McKeldin Diet: Feeding the citizens of Occupy Baltimore

    The McKeldin Diet: Feeding the citizens of Occupy Baltimore
    Tonight’s dinner: vegetable stew (vegan, gluten free, contains soy), rice (vegan, gluten free, soy free), fruit salad (vegan, gluten free, soy free), and green salad with avocado and tomatoes (vegan, gluten free, soy free)! Within the first days of...
  • Howard Magazine: County gyms for women who crave intensity

    <i>Howard Magazine</i>: County gyms for women who crave intensity
    It is said that when it comes to exercise, you get out what you put in. And for some women in Howard County, 20 minutes on the treadmill simply doesn’t produce satisfactory returns. For these women, a workout means attacking a giant tire with a...
  • New in Barclay: Calle's Cucina takes over Yabba Pot location

    New in Barclay: Calle's Cucina takes over Yabba Pot location
    When did Yabba Pot close? It's been at least since Oct. 15. A mainstay of the neighborhood most people call Lower Charles Village (technically, it's Barclay).  The Yabba Pot was made a lot of vegans happy for a long time. But my vegan scouts tell me that...
  • Tuesday's menu: Caveman diet, January detox and the year of the meatball

    Tuesday's menu: Caveman diet, January detox and the year of the meatball
    Welcome to the Year of the Meatball. I was going to predict it here first, but apparently other media have already predicted it. Still - meatballs. In other food items, a few restaurants around town are going on Janauary vacation. So civilized. Also, your...
  • 2 Baltimore churches challenge each other in health throwdown

    2 Baltimore churches challenge each other in health throwdown
    It all started with a little bit of good-natured trash talk between the pastors of two of Baltimore's most prominent African-American churches. The Rev. Jamal Bryant of Empowerment Temple "fell off the wagon" and confesses he wasn't exercising as much as...
  • This Monday, go meatless

    This Monday, go meatless
    America just got a little bit greener. Earlier this summer, Aspen, Colo. — John Denver's "sweet Rocky Mountain paradise" — became the first city in the U.S. to launch a comprehensive Meatless Monday campaign. Local restaurants, schools,...
  • Kudos to the O's for hiring the only vegan player in Major League Baseball

    As a Baltimore native, Orioles spring training season ticket holder and longtime Jeremy Guthrie fan, I'm saddened that my favorite pitcher was traded to the Rockies ("Orioles' spring version of the show: 'As the Rotation Turns,'" Feb. 8). But the...