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Vegan

The program aims to help New Yorkers manage their chronic diseases through lifestyle changes.
Beginning February 4th, public school students will have veggie tacos, broccoli, and carrot and lemon salad for their inaugural Vegan Friday lunch.
Rachel Laryea's terrific food stand serves treats both savory and sweet.
Grilled! on Suydam Street serves affordable, plant-based versions of familiar favorites.
Nidhi Jalan's new spot is operating out of Michael and Ping's through September.
The popular Beach 97 concession stand recently expanded its offerings, thanks to chef Donata Orsi.
Lunna's Cafe is a breakfast-all-day spot with good food and a sweet outdoor setup.
"It was important for us to open a vegan restaurant here in Flatbush. The neighborhood has been a food desert for most of our lives, and seeing so many of our friends and family members passing away due to ailments that seem to plague our communities... we decided it was necessary to introduce a better way of eating."
The vegan queer cafe and bakery is 100% employee-owned.
The restaurant specializes in vegan versions of Thai favorites (but they've got you covered for non-vegan options, too).
Xilonen, serving breakfast and lunch to start, is from the team behind the Michelin-starred Oxomoco.
The all-vegan shop features Italian sandwiches, pasta salads, produce, and pantry items.
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