Vegan waffle party!

If you’re vegan or doing a vegan month like I am, and you miss waffles and all manners of sweet breakfasty foods that usually contain eggs and/or dairy, the Way Out Cafe (at Mission and Valencia) is throwing a vegan waffle party tomorrow, 10am-1pm.

Mission Vegan: Brrrunch part 2 (Something other than Boogaloos!)

Brunch can be difficult if you’re vegan, but us Mission vegans are pretty lucky when it comes to this oh-so-beloved meal that comes with a slice of cantaloupe at the end. Not only do we have the old standards like St. Francis and Boogaloos, but we’ve been getting some awesome pop-up brunches. This weekend, B12: Bomb Vegan Brunch is serving up waffles, scrambles, and more at Little Baobab (menu is on Facebook invite). Oh snap, and they have bottomless mimosas! I’ve been to two of their brunches and both times they’ve been spot-on. And how could you not love a vegan brunch named after the vitamin vegans are always accused of lacking?

Afterwards, if you’re still hungry, you can head over to Oakland for the Eat Real Festival. My other favorite vegan brunch pop-up, Hella Vegan Eats, will be there, as well as a few other veganish places. Vegansaurus posted this handy list of vegan options at the festival. If you can handle the foodie masses and the fact that they have something called “Meatopia,” it could be fun. Just stay away from those backyard farming people.

Vegan Outrage Over New Weird Fish Menu

I’m not vegan, but I enjoy vegansaurus, thus I support vegansaurus’ vegan outrage over the new Weird Fish menu.  Take it away, vegansaurus!:

Sorry, I’m all about fostering open communications and being awesome about local restaurants with vegan options but FUCK YOU, WEIRD FISH. You cannot giveth fried seitan and then taketh away. Oh and replace it with a shaved papaya salad. You can shaved papaya GO TO HELL-A. That doesn’t even make sense but I AM SO MAD RIGHT NOW.

Oh yes and no more lunch or brunch. I hate my life.

Yeah!  Get ‘em!  But also: wtf, Weird Fish?

P.S. I’m pretty sure the ‘saurus pictured is Trey Anastasio from Phish. We can assume he’s vegan (hippie!), making him a highly appropriate vegansaurus, right?  Also: Weird Phish?  Not to brag, but I’m SO GOOD at image selection.

Get Your Veg Indian Food To Go

We received a very nice note from Paawan, founder of Green Coriander, a new Indian dinner take-out service.  Paawan is offering a 20% discount to readers who mention they heard about the service on Mission Mission, so by all means, take advantage.  Some deets:

Green Coriander, LLC, is a wholesome Indian food take-out dinner service in San Francisco. All our meals are nutritionally balanced and made fresh with organic and high-quality ingredients. Order online before noon and pick up in the evening from one of its two convenient locations – Mission or SOMA.

At Green Coriander , we are focused on creating heart healthy Indian meals and offer choices that are suitable for gluten-free, vegan (no, we do not use ghee or cream) and diabetic diets (we offer brown rice substitution). We are committed to using organic and local produce as far as possible and cook in high quality premium oils. Menu changes every day and every week. We currently offer vegetarian/vegan meals but will add chicken or fish to the menu soon… so stay tuned.

Mission location is at 1839 15th Street. More info here.  Order up, folks.