Pinky Cole, restaurateur and founder of Slutty Vegan Restaurant, will be in conversation with singer-songwriter and actress Naturi Naughton in Brooklyn to celebrate her flagship cookbook, Eat Plants, B*tch: 91 Vegan Recipes That Will Blow Your Meat-Loving Mind.

The event, hosted by Greenlight Bookstore, wll take place on November 16, 7:30pm, at Greelight Bookstore, located at 686 Fulton Street. It will be an unforgettable evening of meat-free revelry around the ninety-one delicious plant-based recipes created by Slutty Vegan owner, Cole, herself. Books will be available for purchase at the bookstore.

The conversation comes on the heels of the opening of the Atlanta-based vegan hamburger joint at 690 Fulton Street in Brooklyn on September 18, marking the brand’s first in the Northeast region and its seventh location outside of Georgia.

With mouth-watering photographs and easy-to-follow instructions, Eat Plants, B*tch celebrates Cole’s belief that it’s fun and accessible to cook and enjoy irresistible vegan comfort food.

The event is free. Go here to register for your tickets, which are sure to go fast!

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    1. 1. That’s not Pinky, that’s Naturi. 2)What you are not going to do is police Black women’s bodies so have a few seats 3) Only an incell like yourself could read such a positive empowering story and make such a crass creepy comment.

    2. Pay attention to the photos and who are they identified as correctly. This is not the time and place to post hurtful things about an article which talks about positive things Black women are doing to encourage people to eat healthy. If you haven’t noticed, Black communities have been historically disadvantaged in so many ways, even when it comes to foods that are of positive benefit to our health. If you haven’t noticed, Black communities have been invaded by fast-food restaurants. For example on Empire Blvd (From McKeever Pl to Flatbush Av, near Prospect Park) . There are 5 fast-food restaurants that are next to each other. That’s not right and something has got to be done about it. As a life long resident of Brooklyn, I welcome Pinky Cole to Brooklyn and I wish her lots of success in expanding her vegan restaurant venture in to the Northeast region of the United States.

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