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Vegan Burger Joint Lands in North Augusta



Angel Everett has graduated from pop-up markets for her vegan food to a brick and mortar restaurant at 1696 Knox Ave. in North Augusta, S.C.

The restaurant is marketed as "a vegan burger joint that will be positioned as a family fun takeout and delivery restaurant, bringing a creative approach t...

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  1. Even our grandparents ate vegan several times a week out of necessity. That’s why it’s easy to find vegetable plates in traditional restaurants. You may not make “converts” but maybe could easily sell vegan as traditional southern cuisine without calling it vegan or communicating the expectation of “converting” anyone.

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