FAQs

← FAQs

Food

The frequency of community meals tends to ebb and flow depending on who is living here and how many other events/activities we all have going on.  At times we have had meals together every day and at others 3 or 4 times a week.  At minimum, we have one community meal each week.

General Members are highly encouraged to attend at least one community meal each week, but it’s less of a requirement and more a question of “Why live in community if you’re hardly ever going to be around?”

0 Comments - Leave a Comment

We host a vegan-friendy potluck on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7pm. A potluck is a gathering of super swell people, each of whom brings a dish/beverage/dessert to share. It’s a celebration of slow food, community, and the lost art of conversation!

We often host Sunday brunch potlucks throughout the month as well.

0 Comments - Leave a Comment

The foodshare at Little Flower emphasizes local and organic foods and is meant to cover a baseline of vegan-friendly food staples for use in our house meals. It’s not intended to cover any and all foods (not even any and all vegan-friendly foods). Examples of staples would be things like flour, sugar, salt, faux milk and butter, rice, pasta, and other grains, tofu, spices, etc.  Basically, it’s meant to cover ingredients for preparing meals from scratch and really shies away from processed foods.  Additional items such as salsa, tortilla chips, tea, crackers, etc. are sometimes purchased  for special events and whatnots as the budget permits. We also grow much of our own fruit and veggies. You can read more about our foodshare here

0 Comments - Leave a Comment

We’re not ones to preach or judge. In fact, the diets of our members run the gambit from vegan to vegetarian to omnivorous (yes, meat eaters live here too!). We do prefer to keep our meals meat-free, though.

0 Comments - Leave a Comment

We believe that maintaining a vegan-friendly food share is in keeping with our commitment to creating a community where all feel welcome and that it is instep with our continued effort to limit our ecological footprint. For more information on the ethical, environmental, and health issues surrounding veganism, please see your nearest internet search engine.

0 Comments - Leave a Comment

Not really. We prefer to keep our community meals and events veg’n-friendly and ask that our members and guests do not cook/bring/serve meaty pies (or other animal-based whatnots).

0 Comments - Leave a Comment

← FAQs