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How to handle an uncomfortable discussion about Veganism.

Vegan options are becoming increasingly popular at events and restaurants. While there is strong support in some communities, myths about a Vegan Lifestyle abound online, social media, and even within family and friends. These misconceptions not only paint an unflattering image of what going vegan is all about but also make it more difficult to …

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Meet Millie, Front House Assistant Manager at Alice & Friends and member of Friends of Médecins Sans Frontières.

Our diverse team, work-life balance, and respect for all living things is what set us apart. Read along our Life at Alice & Friends’  where our team members share what it’s like to work with us. Millie M. is the Front House assistant manager at Alice & Friends’ Vegan Kitchen. When she’s not at work, you find her spending time with family …

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What are the benefits of composting food waste?

The United States discards more food than any other country in the world. Nearly 40 million tons of food (80 billion pounds) are wasted every year. When restaurants participate in commercial composting, they divert tons of this waste from landfills. Every week, two to three 32-gallon lined totes are picked up from Alice & Friends’ by …

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Cook for Ukraine Fundraiser

Alice & Friends’ will be donating $1 to Cook for Ukraine with every purchase of our weekends’ special. (Fridays – Sundays or until sold out.) Cook for Ukraine aims to increase awareness for the humanitarian crisis the world faces right now. They’re dedicated to raise funds and aid children and families in Ukraine who have …

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Have you tried our new menu item “The Bao”?

Our delicious vegan Bao its found under the “Not so Kids” section but my 2-year old daughter loves it! This white ball-looking treat is such a popular street food in China and some Asian countries. Its origins are in Northern China and we call this Bao or Baozhi. These satisfying treats have been around for …

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