Bengaluru Vegans Potluck – Sat, Sep 30, 2017

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The Bengaluru Vegans potluck is an informal gathering of people who are vegans, recent vegans, interested in veganism or are curious about veganism. Why not share and enjoy some festival sweets and goodies (vegan, of course) this Saturday? Meet new people, learn how to go vegan, learn about vegan living and vegan alternatives, discuss issues and strategies, enjoy good food, and have a good time knowing there are many like minded people around.

Date: Saturday, September 30, 2017
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact: bengaluruvegans@gmail.com

Landmarks: Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, Government Aquarium (inside Cubbon Park), Bal Bhavan (inside Cubbon Park)

Click here to view the map

If you’re attending the potluck for the first time, please do take a few minutes to read the following important information.

We will be meeting between 2 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. at Rani Park (lawn across the road from the Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, behind the Victoria statue, near the M G Road/Kasturba Road junction) and have the picnic spread there.

If you need further help, please send an email to bengaluruvegans@gmail.com with your contact number and we’ll contact you to guide you and provide information. If you are attending the potluck for the first time, we *strongly* encourage you to do this so that you don’t miss us at Cubbon Park. Please make sure that you email at least two days in advance.

1. *All* species are welcome! 🙂 You don’t have to be vegan to attend the potluck. You can join us even if you’re just curious about a vegan lifestyle or are interested to learn about veganism and its positive impacts.

2. Please bring one or more 100% vegan dishes to share. We usually have about 15-20 people attending. Bring enough food for 5-6 people to eat well and that’ll be enough.

3. The food could be something you have prepared or purchased. If you’ve purchased any food, please make sure there’s an ingredients list on the package so we can be assured that it is vegan. Companies change the ingredients in their products somewhat often, so kindly be careful.

4. If you’re unsure about what to bring then the best bets are fresh fruits and fruit juices. Everyone appreciates fruits and juices. 🙂

5. Please bring plates, glasses, bowls, forks, spoons and water for yourself. Everyone brings their own.

6. Please avoid plastic bags and non-recyclable packaging, plates, cutlery, etc. These are very harmful for animals as well as humans.

7. Come, relax, and enjoy the food and conversation!

Looking forward to meeting everyone. 🙂

You can expect us to be at Rani Park between 2 p.m. and 2:15 p.m.

The Bengaluru Vegans potlucks/meetings happen on the last Saturday of every month, except in the month of December when we don’t have one.

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Carrots: Secretly Healthy Raw Desserts Class – Sat, Sep 30, 2017

Date: Saturday, September 30, 2017
Time: 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Venue: Carrots Restaurant, First Floor, 607, 80 Feet Road, 6th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore – 560095

Limited seats available. Advance paid registration mandatory.

Tickets can be purchased here:
https://bit.ly/HealthyRawDessertsTickets

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Learn to make super healthy Raw Desserts and trick your friends and family into thinking they’re indulging in something decadent this festive season! 🙂

The desserts are deceptively simple to put together and don’t require any baking or cooking. Only whole foods, plant based ingredients are used. All the recipes are vegan, oil free, sugar free and gluten free.

Recipes that’ll be demonstrated:
Cinnamon Orange Ginger Tarts
Brownie
Mixed Fruit Pudding
Carrot Cake
Energy Bombs 

You’ll get to feast on all the delicious desserts at the end of the class.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Carrots: Raw Rasoi – Everyday Juices Book – Author Talk and Recipe Demo – Sun, Sep 24, 2017

Date: Sunday, September 24, 2017
Time: 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Venue: Carrots Restaurant, First Floor, 607, 80 Feet Road, 6th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore – 560095

This is a free event. Prior registration is mandatory.

Seats are limited so please call Carrots on 08041172812 (during the working hours mentioned on our website http://carrots-india.com) and book your spots at the earliest.

After the launch of her book Raw Rasoi Everyday Juices at Oxford Bookstore in August this year, first time author Rupinder Kaur is coming to Carrots Restaurant, Bangalore to celebrate the book release and meet more like minded people personally who have either started or planning to start their journey into a healthy, natural and plant based (vegan) diet. We are sure you have lots of questions and queries and Rupinder would be happy to answer them face to face, and of course sign your books.

This 1 hour talk will cover:
Introduction to Juicing
What is the difference between Juices and Smoothies?
What are the benefits of juicing?
How to choose right juicer?
How to choose and prepare ingredients?
Live Juicing Demo
Q/A Round

You can purchase a copy of the Raw Rasoi Everyday Juices book at the event and get it signed by Rupinder.

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ABOUT RUPINDER KAUR
Rupinder Kaur is the creator of rawrasoi.com After being diagnosed with jaundice, which remained unresolved even after consulting various doctors and undergoing various tests, treatments, pathies and medicines for more than a year Rupinder realised that she needed to take health into her hands and look into alternative ways to end her suffering. Finally by making major dietary changes by going fully raw for a couple of days she saw major signs of recovery and hence decided to continue her journey to regain health. After investing lot of time, efforts and commitment for months by turning her kitchen into a laboratory Rupinder started her journey to prepare well combined and easy to digest living plant based recipes without dairy, gluten and sugar to heal her body. Soon she started teaching the benefits of un-cooking through her workshops which became very popular. To help and inspire those suffering with everyday health issues she started writing blogs and recipes on her website and is connected to a rapidly growing community on Facebook and Instagram.

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ABOUT THE BOOK
In Raw Rasoi Everyday Juices, Rupinder Kaur shares her story behind transitioning into a fully raw diet, overcoming her more than one-year-long unresolved health issues and how juicing helped her to bridge the gap and bring her family on board with her new and radically different lifestyle. She also shares how her close friends and students started overcoming their own health issues by simply sipping fresh green juices.

In her first, much-awaited recipe book, Rupinder gives a very simple way to start your own journey into a living plant-based lifestyle along with your loved ones by simply introducing one healthy habit at a time. Inside this book, you will find everything you need to know about creating simple, delicious and well-combined juices with tons of nutritional information, selecting the right kind of juicer, choosing, storing and preparing fresh, seasonal ingredients, and much more.

Say cheers to health by introducing fresh seasonal juices into your diet on a daily basis!

 

 

Carrots: Ganesh Chaturthi Dinner Thali – Fri, Aug 25, 2017

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Carrots Restaurant is back again with its Special South Indian Thali for Ganesh Chaturthi. Enjoy the festive meal on Friday, 25th August, from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm, at Carrots Restaurant, Koramangala. 🙂

By advance paid registration only! Read on for more details about this super delicious festive dinner…

Menu:

– KAYI KADUBU (steamed coconut and rice dumplings)

– ELLINA UNDE (black sesame and jaggery balls)

– SOUTHEKAYI KOSUMBARI (cucumber salad)

– KADALE KALINA USHLI (black chickpea stir fry)

– NUCCHINA UNDE MAJJIGE HULI (lentil dumplings in a yogurt gravy)

– TOMATO RASAM (thin tomato based soup)

– ANNA (plain white rice)

– MOSARANNA (seasoned yogurt rice)

Keeping the festival in mind, the entire meal is free of onion and garlic. All dishes are vegan and gluten free. All sweets are made of jaggery.

Price: 399 per thali (inclusive of all taxes)

This meal will be available on advanced, paid registration only (so we know exactly how much food to prepare). Registrations need to be completed by 3 pm on Thursday, 24th August.

For dine-in at the restaurant between 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm, you can purchase your thali through this link:
https://www.gocashfree.com/ product/147

For takeaway or home delivery, please FIRST arrange your delivery through Dunzo (app) or Supertext (Whatsapp on 8884455506) and then purchase your thali through this link:
https://www.gocashfree.com/ product/148

Delivery charges to be paid directly to the delivery company.

Parcels will be ready for pick up anytime between 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm.

 

Bengaluru Vegans Potluck – Sat, Aug 26, 2017

Connect on | https://bengaluruvegans.wordpress.com/ | https://www.facebook.com/groups/veganbengaluru | https://bit.ly/BengaluruVegans (Google+) | bengaluruvegans@googlegroups.com |

The Bengaluru Vegans potluck is an informal gathering of people who are vegans, recent vegans, interested in veganism or are curious about veganism. Why not share and enjoy some festival sweets and goodies (vegan, of course) this Saturday? Meet new people, learn how to go vegan, learn about vegan living and vegan alternatives, discuss issues and strategies, enjoy good food, and have a good time knowing there are many like minded people around.

Date: Saturday, August 26, 2017
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact: bengaluruvegans@gmail.com

Landmarks: Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, Government Aquarium (inside Cubbon Park), Bal Bhavan (inside Cubbon Park)

Click here to view the map

If you’re attending the potluck for the first time, please do take a few minutes to read the following important information.

We will be meeting between 2 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. at Rani Park (lawn across the road from the Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, behind the Victoria statue, near the M G Road/Kasturba Road junction) and have the picnic spread there.

If you need further help, please send an email to bengaluruvegans@gmail.com with your contact number and we’ll contact you to guide you and provide information. If you are attending the potluck for the first time, we *strongly* encourage you to do this so that you don’t miss us at Cubbon Park. Please make sure that you email at least two days in advance.

1. *All* species are welcome! 🙂 You don’t have to be vegan to attend the potluck. You can join us even if you’re just curious about a vegan lifestyle or are interested to learn about veganism and its positive impacts.

2. Please bring one or more 100% vegan dishes to share. We usually have about 15-20 people attending. Bring enough food for 5-6 people to eat well and that’ll be enough.

3. The food could be something you have prepared or purchased. If you’ve purchased any food, please make sure there’s an ingredients list on the package so we can be assured that it is vegan. Companies change the ingredients in their products somewhat often, so kindly be careful.

4. If you’re unsure about what to bring then the best bets are fresh fruits and fruit juices. Everyone appreciates fruits and juices. 🙂

5. Please bring plates, glasses, bowls, forks, spoons and water for yourself. Everyone brings their own.

6. Please avoid plastic bags and non-recyclable packaging, plates, cutlery, etc. These are very harmful for animals as well as humans.

7. Come, relax, and enjoy the food and conversation!

Looking forward to meeting everyone. 🙂

You can expect us to be at Rani Park between 2 p.m. and 2:15 p.m.

The Bengaluru Vegans potlucks/meetings happen on the last Saturday of every month, except in the month of December when we don’t have one.

Bengaluru Vegans Potluck – Sat, Jul 29, 2017

Connect on | https://bengaluruvegans.wordpress.com/ | https://www.facebook.com/groups/veganbengaluru | https://bit.ly/BengaluruVegans (Google+) | bengaluruvegans@googlegroups.com |

The Bengaluru Vegans potluck is an informal gathering of people who are vegans, recent vegans, interested in veganism or are curious about veganism. Meet new people, learn how to go vegan, learn about vegan living and vegan alternatives, discuss issues and strategies, enjoy good food, and have a good time knowing there are many like minded people around.

Date: Saturday, July 29, 2017
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact: bengaluruvegans@gmail.com

Landmarks: Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, Government Aquarium (inside Cubbon Park), Bal Bhavan (inside Cubbon Park)

Click here to view the map

If you’re attending the potluck for the first time, please do take a few minutes to read the following important information.

We will be meeting between 2 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. at Rani Park (lawn across the road from the Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, behind the Victoria statue, near the M G Road/Kasturba Road junction) and have the picnic spread there.

If you need further help, please send an email to bengaluruvegans@gmail.com with your contact number and we’ll contact you to guide you and provide information. If you are attending the potluck for the first time, we *strongly* encourage you to do this so that you don’t miss us at Cubbon Park. Please make sure that you email at least two days in advance.

1. *All* species are welcome! 🙂 You don’t have to be vegan to attend the potluck. You can join us even if you’re just curious about a vegan lifestyle or are interested to learn about veganism and its positive impacts.

2. Please bring one or more 100% vegan dishes to share. We usually have about 15-20 people attending. Bring enough food for 5-6 people to eat well and that’ll be enough.

3. The food could be something you have prepared or purchased. If you’ve purchased any food, please make sure there’s an ingredients list on the package so we can be assured that it is vegan. Companies change the ingredients in their products somewhat often, so kindly be careful.

4. If you’re unsure about what to bring then the best bets are fresh fruits and fruit juices. Everyone appreciates fruits and juices. 🙂

5. Please bring plates, glasses, bowls, forks, spoons and water for yourself. Everyone brings their own.

6. Please avoid plastic bags and non-recyclable packaging, plates, cutlery, etc. These are very harmful for animals as well as humans.

7. Come, relax, and enjoy the food and conversation!

Looking forward to meeting everyone. 🙂

You can expect us to be at Rani Park between 2 p.m. and 2:15 p.m.

The Bengaluru Vegans potlucks/meetings happen on the last Saturday of every month, except in the month of December when we don’t have one.

Carrots Restaurant: Secretly Healthy Desserts Workshop at Happy Healthy Me Indiranagar – Thu, Jul 20, 2017

Date: Thursday, July 20, 2017
Time: 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Venue: #Happy Healthy Me, 660, 1st cross, 11th main, Indiranagar, Bangalore. Call on 080-41248881 or 9980087706.
Prior booking is mandatory

Looking for desserts that are indulgent AND healthy? Look no further!

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Carrots is heading back to Happy Healthy Me Organics with its Secretly Healthy Desserts workshop. The Carrots team will demonstrate Cinnamon Orange Ginger Tarts, No Bake Brownie, Mixed Fruit Pudding, Carrot Cake and Energy Bombs!

These desserts are deceptively simple to put together and don’t require any baking or cooking. Using only whole foods, 100% plant based ingredients, all the recipes are vegan, oil free, sugar free and gluten free!

Cost: Rs. 1750
Tickets: http://go.eventshigh.com/dree

Come experience the deliciousness of raw food!

 

 

Connecting vegans in Bengaluru!