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The phrase “going green” makes us rethink a lot of the things we do on a daily basis. It provokes us to reflect on how we get to places, what we throw away, and where many of our goods come from. But has it ever...

Now more than ever seems like the best time to be a vegan or vegetarian. Take a trip to your local grocery store and there’s bound to be a section dedicated to animal-free products. Even former omnivores can find satisfying protein substitutes for their meat...

You may have noticed we often say "Vegan for All" but what does it mean? We want everyone to try vegan cuisine. Obviously we love it but find that sometimes it gets a bad rap. People immediately think of vegan food as bland and cold. After becoming vegans...

PRESS RELEASE 07/24/17 LAST WEEK OF NATIONAL BURGER CONTEST - LOCAL VEGAN IN TOP 12 Cider Press Café Holds dish for another month! [vc_separator type='transparent' position='center' color='' thickness='' up='10' down=''] [ST. PETERSBURG, FL]  Local vegan restaurant, The Cider Press Café dares once again to enter a burger contest to prove that a...

St. Pete is a city that loves art. Take a step around any corner and you can find murals, ceramics, glass blowing, and beyond. We’re also home to the Dali Museum and the Chihuly Collection. This is no secret. Although we do get much well-deserved...

VEGAN RESTAURANT ENTERS BURGER CONTEST! CIDER PRESS CAFE COMPETES IN JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION BLENDED BURGER CONTEST! [ST. PETERSBURG, FL] The Blended Burger Project™ is back and better than ever.   Chefs from around the country join a movement that strives to make burgers healthier and more sustainable by blending...

Although most contain a tiny bit of alcohol (0.5%), kombucha has been generating a lot of buzz. (See what we did there?) Originating in China around 221 B.C., the beverage made its way to Eastern Europe, Russia, and Japan. In recent years, it has become...