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Ice Cream Served at this Saturday's dinner

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    http://www.coconutbliss.com/ (not a raw ice cream)   They are gourmet ice cream sold at Rainbow for $5 a pint.   Great ice cream , I told them in the future
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 1 9:34 AM
      (not a raw ice cream)

      They are gourmet ice cream sold at Rainbow for $5 a pint.

      Great ice cream , I told them in the future NOT�to pasturize their coconut milk.

      See you at the dinner.


      --- On Tue, 9/30/08, San Francisco Vegetarian Society <tracyinfo@...> wrote:

      From: San Francisco Vegetarian Society <tracyinfo@...>
      Subject: San Francisco Vegetarian Society Specials
      To: sunny_outdoors@...
      Date: Tuesday, September 30, 2008, 11:00 PM

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      Oct 4: World Veg Festival Gourmet Dinner Menu

      Choice of Raw or Cooked Vegan Dinners Saturday, October 4, 2008
      Venue: World Veg Festival
      SF County Fair Bldg
      9th Ave & Lincoln Way
      Golden Gate Park, San Francisco
      Time: 6:45 p.m.
      See below for menu.

      Catered by Seth Pasternack of Convergence Catering

      Baked Polenta filled with seasonal veggies smothered in red pepper coulis
      Mixed Green Salad with parsley-tahini or herbed vinaigrette dressing,
      Fresh Quinoa Tabouli
      Carrot Cake with cashew frosting
      Celebration Roast donated by Field Roast Company
      Assorted flavors of coconut ice cream donated by Bliss Ice Cream
      $20 per person available at SFVS information table in the Gallery.

      Prepared by Living Light Culinary Institute

      Mediterranean Mezza Meal in the Raw
      Zucchini Bisque
      Dolmas, Greek Rice
      Horiatiki (Greek) Salad
      Hummus, and Apple Baklava.
      $25 per person, contact Rose@... to order in advance or
      purchase tickets at the event at the Living Light Institute table in
      the Gallery.

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      Date:��Wednesday, October 1, 2008
      Time:� 12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
      Place:� San Francisco Main Library
      100 Larkin Street at Grove��
      San Francisco
      Free Admission
      A�panel discussion to learn how what you eat can make a difference� in reducing energy, pesticide use, and improving your health to create a more sustainable planet for yourself, your community and future generations.
      Speakers: Linda Riebel, author, EATING TO SAVE THE EARTH: food choices for a healthy planet Claudia Delman, PHYSICIANS COMMITTEE FOR RESPONSIBLE MEDICINE� Kristen Miles, SAN FRANCISCO VEGETARIAN SOCIETY
      "Sources: Linda Riebel, Eating to Save the Earth Mark Bittman, NY Times Jan 27 2008, "Rethinking the Meat Guzzler Science Daily, July 24, 2008, "Eating Less Meat And Junk Food Could Cut Fossil Energy Fuel Use Almost in Half"

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