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|Veggie replica of the NYC skyline with PETA's Senior Vice President Dan Mathews, actor Alan Cumming and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.|
South Florida ranks at the top of the list for many things: warm weather, luxury car sales, where to be a dog -- and so on. But for availability of vegetarian and vegan-friendly cuisine? Lower. Much lower.
According to PETA, the city that tops that list is New York. Last week, with some well-earned pomp and circumstance, PETA reps joined by actor Alan Cumming presented the Big Apple city council with a sculpture of the Manhattan skyline ... carved entirely out of vegetables. Seriously.
So when will we be gifted a Las Olas Boulevard built out of beets? With South Florida's size and significance, why do we still fall to the bottom of the beanstalk when it comes to veg-friendly cuisine? We asked PETA what we could do to be a little more like NYC in this department.
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