Hamline-Midway Vegan Grocery Store Hosts Pop-Up To Benefit Indigenous Foods

Eureka Compass Vegan Food, a grocery store and pop-up space in the St. Paul’s Hamline-Midway neighborhood aims to host a community dinner each month. The month of January will benefit the organization of Chef Sean Sherman NTIVES which works to restore native eating habits. The deadline to reserve meals is this Wednesday at noon. Those interested will be able to pick up their spread from 11 am to 7 pm on the 30th. Last month’s dinner raised $ 2,100 for Zedé Harut’s Rebellion Relief Mutual Aid Fund and served 190 people.

The completely gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan menu will include a casserole of enchilada, pozole, yellow rice and beans, chopped romaine salad with a creamy cilantro vinaigrette, and cinnamon sugar scones. Orders have no suggested cost and are paid in full which you can. Half of all funds will go to NāTIFS. Anyone in need of a hot meal is also encouraged to contact Colin at Eureka.

There is flexibility in how interested parties can order. For example, if you want to order ten meals for $ 10 and take them to a camp or a family in need, arrangements like this can and will be considered.

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Plain gluten-free croissants and spicy muffins for $ 3.50 and croissants with chocolate, red pepper and coconut filling for $ 4.50 will also be available for purchase. Guests can add up to six of each baked goods (eighteen in total) to their order if they wish.

Send orders to [email protected] with a window of time for pickup, how many meals you want, whether or not you want to order additional baked goods and how much you want to contribute.

Orders must be placed before noon on Wednesday January 27.

Nohemi M. Moore