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Come One, Come All; NYC Vegetarian Food Festival

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Nutrition. Animal rights. Environmental issues.

Not a vegetarian? Doesn’t matter. If you like any of the things listed above, then this festival is for you!

The NYC Vegetarian Food Festival is coming up this week, and it’ll be nothing but good and green! Regardless of your current food/lifestyle choices, this festival aims to not only educate those on what it means to be a vegetarian, but provide delicious samples of it as well! There will be at least 70 different veg-friendly vendors to experience, like vegan fast food joint Foodswings and pickle distributors Rick’s Picks, among many others who will be handing out food samples all day .

The event will also include two stages full of live music, cooking demonstrations, belly dancers, and yoga instruction by Jivamukti Yoga School.

The festival runs from 10am to 6pm on April 3rd, and promises to educate people on leading a healthy, vegetarian lifestyle, like how to transition to veganism, cooking demos, as well as vegan parenting. Tickets are free, unless you want VIP passes, which range from $20-$50.

If you’re in the area and would like to attend, visit http://nycvegfoodfest.com/ for more info on vendors, location, and ticket sales.

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