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Ecorazzi Celebrates World Vegan Day At Boston Vegetarian Food Festival

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Earlier this month Ecorazzi went apples and bananas celebrating World Vegetarian Day – the meat-free holiday that kicks off Vegetarian Awareness Month. Well October is coming to an end and World Vegan Day (Nov. 1) is just around the corner! And how will WE celebrate the vegan holiday this year? One clue: pahk the cah in Havad Yahd (see also: park the car in Harvard Yard).

Yep, you’ve got it right! This year Ecorazzi will celebrate the vegtastic holiday at the 13th Annual Boston Vegetarian Food Festival. Besides tasty treats, the Boston Vegetarian Food Festival will also welcome some great speakers – including friend of Ecorazzi and Thanking The Monkey author, Karen Dawn!

With free admission, parking and food sampling, there’s no reason why I shouldn’t see ALL of you in Boston this Saturday! So find a carpool, take a bus or hop on the train and get down to the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center this Saturday, November 1, 2008 from 10 AM – 6 PM for the best World Vegan Day celebration ever!!!

For more information, visit BostonVeg.org/FoodFest!

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