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Pub Quiz Team for in.gredients' Geeks Who Drink night

We need to Meetup at 6:30 to get a table, then we can take turns getting food. Look for the Meetup sign.

From the in.gredients website:

"Every Thursday from 7-9 pm (starting March 21st) It’s time for trivia night at in.gredients! Come join the people behind Geeks Who Drink and challenge your brain, drink a few local beers and get your trivia on.". They mentioned on the phone that there would be vegetarian and vegan options at their food counter.

in.gredients, America’s first zero waste and package free grocery store, is a neighborhood microgrocer. Their plan is simple. They sell natural and locally grown food in bulk, while you, the consumer bring your own reusable packaging to take your groceries home in (or you can opt to use their compostable containers). Through this method of “precycling”, creating new waste is entirely avoided, which is quite significant owing to the fact that 40% of all waste in America is from packaging that is only used once.

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  • A former member
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    April 11, 2013

  • Eric

    Do they serve any food at this event?

    March 19, 2013

    • Austin Vegetarian L.

      They have a food counter and said, "We will have vegan and gluten-free pizza and sandwiches for you."

      March 20, 2013

    • Austin Vegetarian L.

      They had vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, but the only vegan AND gluten-free option was a delicious kale (although I think it was mislabeled and was really beet greens) and beet salad with candied pecans (add goat cheese for vegetarians).

      April 1, 2013

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