Archive | 2013

11 NYC Thanksgiving Dine-Out Options

Dining out this Thanksgiving? Check out our list of 11 vegan-friendly NYC restaurant options for Thursday evening’s meal! (more…)

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Genetically Modified Food (GMO) Infographic

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: A snapshot of the GMO debate. The graphic shows the ups, the downs, and the all-around of the genetically modified food industry. It is loaded with facts for and against what these six companies are doing to all the organisms. But what are genetically modified organisms? They’re are […]

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5 Tastiest Vegan Loafs

With the holidays right around the corner, many vegetarians and vegans frantically search the internet and aisles in search of plant-based alternatives to the Thanksgiving turkey or baked holiday ham. Well, look no further because The Seed’s done all of the research for you! Listed below are 5 delicious vegan roasts that will delight the […]

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Woodstock Farm Sanctuary Day Trip 2013

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Interview with Greg Sher of iKillFat

Greg Sher of iKillFat hangs out at The Seed HQ to solve some fitness mysteries and questions from The Seed audience. Me: Please introduce yourself. Greg: My name is Greg Sher, founder of I Kill Fat Manhattan personal training. I’ve been a personal trainer here in New York City for about 5 years now and […]

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The BluePrint Cleanse Experiment

“We think. You drink.” That’s the catchphrase for BluePrint’s juice cleanse system, which is quickly grabbing the attention of health nuts, celebrities, and competitors alike. In this hip sector of the wellness field, similarly cutesy phrases and modern marketing techniques are cropping up everywhere. Three full days of fresh-pressed juice is a relatively expensive purchase, […]

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Beyond Sushi Rolls Out The Flavor

Beyond Sushi Location: 229 E 14th St  New York, NY 10003 Reviewed By: Terry Chao  *** Whenever I hear the words “vegan” and “sushi” used in one sentence, I usually cringe in gut wrenching fear of what usually shows up on my plate: crumbly, tasteless rolls wrapped in mushy seaweed, with only cucumber or avocado as the filling. […]

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