By Katie Doyle, Food Editor Fortunately for Boston herbivores, there are over seven vegetarian and vegan-friendly restaurants in the city. My Thai, located on 3 Beach St., is one of them. I went to My Thai last week – camera in hand – and was pleasantly surprised to find a delicious vegan bistro in Chinatown. […]

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By Katie Doyle, Food Editor Each week, our MUSE Food Editor Katie blogs about all things vegetarian. My dad and I have a lot in common. We both love to ski, write, read and travel, but when it comes to food, we differ sharply. Although my mom can take meat or leave it, my dad […]

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By Katie Doyle, Staff Writer Each week, our writer Katie blogs about all things vegetarian. Seeing as Spain is a decidedly carnivorous country, you might not expect that tapas, a hallmark of Spanish cuisine, would appeal to vegetarians. But Toro, a tapas bar in the South End that is often regarded as Boston’s go-to restaurant for […]

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Each week, our writer Katie Doyle will be blogging about all things vegetarian. In order to get to know her a little better, Katie reflects on her meat-free lifestyle: Whenever I’m asked how long I’ve been a vegetarian, one quick answer jumps to my head: “Since sixth grade.” Most people react positively, with something along the […]

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By Katie Doyle, MUSE Food Editor Frozen yogurt fans will delight: instead of spending dollar after dollar at local fro-yo stores, including Kenmore Square’s Zinga and Allston’s Mixx, Boston  University students will now be able to squander all of their dining points at the new Pinkberry in the GSU. Boston University Dining Services announced on […]

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By Katie Doyle, Feature Staff Writer iJukebox, a “mobile jukebox” application for iPhones and Androids, has yet to celebrate its first birthday, but is already creating a buzz within the Boston community. The free app allows users to choose the music they wish to hear in restaurants, bars and stores that have the app set […]

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By Katie Doyle, Features Staff Writer Until May 1, colleges across the country will compete for contraceptives. Conscious Contraceptives, a company that sells contraceptives and donates a portion of the proceeds to communities in need, is hosting a competition across college campuses nationwide. With Boston University as one of its top competitors, BU students will […]

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