P.S. Kitchen, a new vegan restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen, New York, will be donating all of their profits to charities with missions to disrupt the poverty cycle, such as The Doe Fund and Share Hope.
The upscale eatery serves small plates such as maitake mushroom-stuffed bao buns, glazed whole-roasted carrots, and watermelon salad with plant-based feta, and larger dinner options including the P.S. Burger—made with a Beyond Burger patty.
On top of donating all profits to charity, P.S. Kitchen hires staff from underprivileged backgrounds.
Their mission says, “We commit our energy, passion, and time to giving others a ‘hand up’ rather than a ‘hand out.’ Our mission is to break the cycle of poverty by connecting resources to vulnerable communities, providing tools necessary for self-sustainability, and building meaningful relationships with our neighbors, near and far.”
As for the “P.S.” in the name: “This is more than a restaurant and the postscript reflects that there is more to the story,” explains co-owner Craig Cochran. “P.S. We donate all profits to charitable organizations. P.S. We hire staff from underprivileged backgrounds. P.S. All food and drink is plant-based.”
P.S. Kitchen differentiates itself by committing to:
- “Creating jobs for those marginalized in New York, such as clients of our partnering organizations.
- Donating 100% of profits to sustainable charitable work locally and overseas.
- Providing New Yorkers with delicious food options that are kind to the body and the earth.”
Considering about 40 percent of Americans choose plant-based options when they eat out, P.S. Kitchen’s menu appeals to consumers who are looking to cut back on meat and dairy. As a bonus, New Yorkers can help their local community every time they dine!
View the full menu here.
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At 88 years old, Distelhorst credits his good health to his vegan diet and his granddaughter’s do-good spirit, saying, “I think I’m in pretty good shape even though I’m a little old guy.”
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KFC’s latest commercial shows sassy chickens dancing with ‘tude to DMX’s “X Gon’ Give It to Ya” and it’s receiving a lot of backlash.
According to posts on social media, the commercial is causing viewers to rethink eating chicken as they make the connection between KFC’s wings, thighs, and breasts and the intelligent animals killed to make them.
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Plant-based company leCupboard plans to install the first of 30 food vending machines in strategic locations throughout San Francisco over the next three months. The goal is that these interactive machines will help people fight disease with food.
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The vegan movement now has an international flag. Designed by Gad Hakimi, an Israeli designer, the flag was created to solidify the global movement toward compassion.
With input from an international design team and the Vegan Flag Facebook group, the flag was designed with three triangles that form the letter V using blue, green and white, which represents sea, land, and air.
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World-class steakhouse, Daniel’s Broiler Prime Steaks & Chops, debuted an all-vegan menu to keep up with demand for vegan dishes. The Washington state-based restaurant now offers Stuffed Mushrooms, Penne Bolognese, Kimchi Fried Grains & Rice, and Cheese Ravioli stuffed with almond-based ricotta, among other items that are all free of animal products.
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Israel’s first completely vegan grocery store just opened in Tel Aviv. Gal Hayarok (Green Wave) is described as a “safe space” for herbivores in the country with more vegans per capita than any other country in the world.
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