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Chicago Diner and Daiya Donate

Daiya and The Chicago Diner are donating for wildlife.

Daiya Foods has teamed with The Chicago Diner to help to save the wildlife affected by the Gulf oil spill. Together, they are donating one dollar to wildlife rescue from every Radical Reuben sold from July 23 to August 21. The Chicago Diner is an award-winning vegetarian diner in Chicago and has aligned itself with animal relief fundraising in the past. The Radical Reuben is one of the Chicago Diner’s most popular dishes, made with seitan roast beef, grilled peppers and onions, sauerkraut, Daiya cheese, and a homemade dressing.

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