In this issue, a food truck and food delivery service are hiring; this place is closing for renovations, and a food trailer is up for sale. But first…
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Lick It Up Austin is hiring food truck window attendants and servers.
Prep to Your Door is hiring delivery drivers.
HEADS UP: The Beer Plant and Tellus Joe will be closed Monday–Sunday, March 22–28, for renovations.
Curcuma’s Rachel Musquiz lists the food trailer for sale. Check it out here. (Facebook)
Revolution Vegan Kitchen and The Vegan Shop Popup are taking vendor applications.
Austin Veg Events
“The Wandering Vegan Market,” Saturday, April 3, from 12:00–4:00 PM, at 2324 East Cesar Chavez.
Austin Veg Media
KXAN hosts ATX Food Company in “Spring Clean Eating With ATX Food Company.”
Austin Veg Delights
New at Rabbit Food Grocery:
Texas Veg News
“The Boneless Butcher aims to become the first vegan butcher shop in North Texas.” (The Dallas Morning News)
National Veg News
“Nails Inc. makes gorgeous cruelty-free and vegan nail polish shades.” (Yahoo! News)
ICYMI, “Now Even Walmart Has Its Own Vegan Cheese.” (LIVEKINDLY)
Tik Tok cooks up another star, two-ingredient vegan chick’n:
+ “I Made the 2-Ingredient Flour and Water “Chicken” From TikTok, and It’s Surprisingly Tasty.” (Popsugar)
+ “Tiktok Vegan Chicken Recipe: Why Flour and Water Make ‘Delicious’ Fake Meat.” (Inverse)
World Veg News
“4 Natural Products Harming Animals and the Planet.” (One Green Planet)
Our double-take for the day: “Many Adventists in Asia and Africa Believe You Must Be Vegan to Be Saved.” (Christianity Today)
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