Comment: Who’s Your Favorite Local Organic Fast-Food?

Via on Jun 28, 2008

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When you’re tired, and working 24/7, and can’t leave your laptop…there’s only one answer. It’s a burger! It’s a pizza! It’s…eco fast food?

My favorite ‘mindful’ fast food joints are in Boulder, of course…they’re beginning to use biodegradable togoware, compost 85% of their waste, offer yummy organic burgers, even organic delivery pizza.i But wherever you are, comment and leave the web site address for your favorite fast food joint gone environmentally-responsible. Mindfulness conquers all!

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4 Responses to “Comment: Who’s Your Favorite Local Organic Fast-Food?”

  1. Todd says:

    V.G. Burgers rocks… glad I saw the ad in Elephant… it’s what drew me there the first time I went… any business that supports local, independent media gets my vote and dollars!

  2. elephant journal admin says:

    Thanks, bro, you rock. You’re so positive, proactive…and yet you mean it! A really amazing combination. Have you ever read Trungpa or Pema Chodron?



  3. Todd says:

    I have, actually. I’ve read Shambhala: Sacred Path of the Warrior about two years ago…and it’s what got me started down the Buddhist path, actually. Interestingly, I picked it up for about a buck or so at my local library book sale. I also own and have read a few things by Pema Chodron also… I’ve read Practicing Peace in Times of War and When Things Fall Apart. Great stuff… all of it. :-)


  4. ThydayTax says:

    Interesting and educational, but would participate in something more on this topic?

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