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Immerse ourselves in Indian Food

  • Oct 23, 2013 · 7:00 PM

The last few weeks have marked the milestone anniversary of a non-violent protest movement in the US at the same time talk of military action is being debated in Congress. But what chance does peace have when so many in our world incorporate the products of violence into their bodies? Perhaps if non-violent diets were more prevalent, then the likelihood of peace on earth would be much greater.

Some cultures have made an effort to eat diets of non-violence. So let's spend the week of October 21-25 honoring one of those heritages by immersing ourselves in Indian food!

On Monday, we encourage you to organize lunch or dinner at either one of Gokul's vegan buffet's two locations, Delmar East Loop, or Page Avenue. 

On Wednesday we will meet up at Rasoi in the Central West End, which has made great strides toward increasing their non-dairy offerings.

Finally, on either Tuesday or Thursday, we will post the location of a very veg-friendly Indian food truck, Bombay Food Junkies, in hopes of setting up a last minute meetup for lunch.

Let's do our part to bring peace to our corner of the world by spending the week supporting the vegan-friendly Indian restaurants in town.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    good company, good food

    October 24, 2013

  • Julia

    Found Bombay Junkies food truck today in the parking lot of Cortex. They are now advertising themselves as 100% vegetarian and vegan friendly. I ordered the 1st menu item and it was delicious. So thank you Bombay Food Junkies for giving us yet another option for scrumptious Indian food.

    October 22, 2013

  • Julia

    Here's this week's Bombay Food Junkie food truck schedule.
    Mon - OFF
    Tues - 11am to 1pm, Cortex, 4320 Forest Park
    Wed - 11am to 1pm, STL Arc, 1177 N. Warson
    Thu - OFF
    Fri - Private Event

    I was hoping to schedule either Thursday or Friday lunch, but, as is often the case with food trucks, many times their schedule doesn't cooperate! So if any of you will be near their Tues or Wed locations and have free time during the 11am to 1pm time, give Bombay a try.

    October 20, 2013

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