greetings from the Beef Belt

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#16 Postby CollegeB » Sat Jun 17, 2006 9:49 am

Ft. Worth has an place called Spiral Diner, and they are making one in Dallas. Its all vegan, and mostly organic if not all organic. There are 2 veg buffets in Richardson (Veggie Garden, Suma Veggie Cafe). Dallas has several places with veg options, even a raw restaurant. I think TX is doin alright with veg places, they are not within walking distance to me though, so I wish this would change. In 3 months though Denton will have a raw cafe and juice place. The food will be cheap...too bad I'll be gone by then, but if anyone is out this way try to find it. It's on the square, and just about everyone here can tell you where that is.

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Re: greetings from the Beef Belt

#17 Postby flanders77 » Mon Jun 19, 2006 3:55 am

karlhubris wrote:My wife and our 5 year old daughter are lacto-ovo vegetarian and we are expecting another child in November.

My girlfriend is also lacto-ovo-veg and my daughter (13 month) is lacto-veg (very little dairy actually). I did not succeed taking her with me on the journey to veganism.
We are planning more kids, too, hopefully soon!!!
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