Don’t make toilet paper out of trees, make a tree out of toilet paper!

Discover Who Gives a Crap‘s Limited edition 100% bamboo toilet paper!

“These 48 double length, 3 ply rolls stack to create an eco-friendly tree that gives the happiest room of your home the festive treatment. Wrapped with cheerful ornaments and hidden surprises, this toilet paper makes even the grinchiest go to the bathroom with glee.” (Picture: https://us.whogivesacrap.org/)

$1.66/roll. The company donates 50% of its profits to build toilets around the world. More details: https://us.whogivesacrap.org/products/stackatree

Sign a petition to save NYC Compost Program

As co-operators, it’s safe to say we’re friends of community composting. But recently announced city budget cuts may completely eliminate the NYC Compost Project, Food Scrap Drop-Off Sites, Community Composting, and Outreach for the city’s Curbside Composting / Brown Bin program. Please consider signing this petition to urge NYC’s mayor, sanitation commissioner, and city council to halt the elimination of community compost programs. 

Link to the petition: https://www.grownyc.org/petition#newmode-embed-47342-61846


Community composting ensures 8.3 million pounds of organic waste are processed locally and diverted from landfill each year, and provides 325+ community groups with thousands of pounds of finished compost to enrich our street trees and green spaces while preventing flooding and erosion. Furthermore, there cannot be a successful Curbside Composting program in New York City without the outreach, education, and support provided by community composters. Thank you for your support!

Updates on Dry Goods – November 22, 2023

Bulk olive oil ($10.12/lb) is back in stock!

Rolled Oats are regular rolled oats ($2.08/lb) this week. The gluten-free rolled oats are out of stock with our supplier.

Barley berries’ ETA is next week, November 29.

Pistachios’ ETA is Friday, 11/24.

Muesli is out of stock from our current vendor.

Thanksgiving is coming!

Save a bird and try a TOFURKEY recipe with our BULK extra-firm tofu (@ithacasoy). You can find it at the bottom of the fridge for $3.15/lb. Bring your own container(s)!

Credit: www.instagram.com/postgrrrl

An example of recipe that you can make with ingredients you can find at the coop, all organic, vegan, almost package-free, and possibly gluten-free: https://frommybowl.com/homemade-vegan-holiday-roast/

All BULK ingredients: Extra-firm tofu, Tamari, Vegetable oil, chickpea flour, balsamic vinegar, etc.

Stuffing & seasoning: Bouillon cubes or “Better than Bouillon” paste, tomato paste, onions, celery, bread (could be home-made with our gluten free flours), herbs, pecans, etc.

Have you tried our coffee?

The days are getting darker and the caffeine is becoming more necessary…. Source your daily cup ☕ from the coop– organic, fair trade, whole bean, bulk by the pound, dark, medium, light, decaf…. we even have a grinder! We wish we could post the smell for you, mmmmmm

Our fridge is full!

Come taste some of our new products (vegan nut-based cheeses, Sunwink drink, seitan, etc.) and our regular ones (delicious Cocojune and Forager coconut and cashew-based vegan yogurts, kefir, vegan butters and veganaise, various kombucha options, sauerkraut and kimchi, natto, tempeh, etc.). Remember we have BULK tofu, black olives, miso, tamari, spirulina, bee pollen… Just look at the bottom of the fridge!

The co-op in Grub Street: “It tasted like gold”

Musician Kazu Makino referring to the co-op: “Ate a grapefruit. This grapefruit looked like a grandma, so wrinkly, and it tasted like gold. I don’t go to normal stores. I go to this co-op in the East Village […]. They go out of their way to find local produce that is really, really the quality stuff. Things that look ugly but taste so good.”

See full article: https://www.grubstreet.com/2023/10/blonde-redhead-kazu-makino-grub-street-diet.html

Lots of vegan options in our back fridge!

Try our usual + new vegan options, including:

  • Cocojune (coconut-based) and Forager (cashew-based) vegan yogurts
  • Miyoko’s creamery oat milk butter and cashew-based cheeses (smoked gouda and mozzarella this week)
  • “Nuts for cheese” cashew-based fermented “un-brie-livable”
  • Pumfu, a pumpkin seed alternative to tofu
  • Our classic organic veganaise and tempeh
  • Seitan (The Bridge brand) — Or try to make your own with bulk wheat gluten!

Bread Alone Monday, July 17 Delivery

This week’s Bread Alone selections are San Francisco Sourdough (uncut and sliced), Peasant (sliced), and Whole Wheat Sourdough (sliced). Uncut bread is $6.50 each. Sliced bread is $6.25 each.

Thank you!