TDE own Ab-Soul hits us with some new music titled Tree Of Life produced by Curtiss King. Ab-Soul debut studio album expected to be released later on this year.
Deron Williams and Joe Johnson each scored 24 points, Paul Pierce scored nine of his 15 points in the final quarter and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Toronto Raptors94-87 Saturday in Game 1 of their first round playoff series.
Shaun Livingston scored 10 points and Kevin Garnett had five as the Nets won despite making 4 of 24 3-pointers.
Kyle Lowry scored 22 points and Jonas Valanciunas had 17 points and 18 rebounds for the Raptors.
Valanciunas is the second Raptors player to have a double double in his postseason debut. Tracy McGrady had 25 points and 10 rebounds against New York in his first playoff game in 2000.
Valanciunas also set a Raptors record for playoff rebounds by surpassing Keon Clark, who had 16 against Detroit in 2002.
IM ALWAYS COMPLAINING ABOUT MIAMI OUTTA ALL MAJOR CITIES BEING THE WORST FOR VEGANS,BUT IT SEEMS LIKE THATS BOUT TO CHANGE
Just because you don’t eat animal products anymore doesn’t necessarily mean you want to forego the bar scene. After all, where else are you going to meet the Jay-Z to your Beyoncé? But hanging at bars is tough should you get the shakes and need to grub on something other than cocktail olives.
Luckily there’s Yard House, an amazing option for booze hounds and herbivores. They’ve got an entire menu section devoted to Gardein (the best in faux meats) — and it’s full of yummy stuff.
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Miami now boasts two locations of the beer lover’s chain — one in Coral Gables and a new outpost on Miami Beach. Both have the same menu, which includes an extensive selection of Gardein foodstuffs — from wings ($10.95) to orange peel chicken ($16.95) to beef sliders ($11.95).
Keep in mind, a lot of the items have cheese or dairy inclusions, but they’re cool about accommodating picky eaters. The mac ‘n’ cheese might be a tough one to sub out, but you can easily leave the Swiss off the chicken and avocado sammie.
It should be noted, however, that this is not technically a “vegan environment” (since cooking surfaces are shared), so keep that in mind if you’re super strict about traces of anything.
As far as edible options, take the barbecue chicken salad ($13.35). The massive, fiercely fresh dish is just as delicious with no cheese and no chipotle ranch — sub spicy peanut vinaigrette instead.
The guac is also amazing, sans feta, and you can get a Gardein patty on any of their regular burger options, which seriously expands their meatless repertoire.
Plus, the drink selection is mind-blowing. If you can’t find a beer you’re into out of their hundreds of options, you might be a teetotaler. (If you need guidance as far as what’s vegan and what isn’t, alcohol-wise, try Barnivore) All in all, there’s no better place to drag your non-vegan friends for a boozy night out. Here, everybody can get happily buzzed and seriously satiated, animal eater or not.
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