March 13, 2016 at Mudita Ramen in Oakland.
Vegetarian Ramen Pop-up
Second Sundays at Communitē Table
in Oakland‘s Laurel District
4171 MacArthur Blvd. x Maybelle near High St.
// Spring Veggie Ramen //
Grilled asparagus, oyster mushrooms and roasted kabocha squash in a rich mushroom miso broth, finished with a caramelized ginger oil and tender marinated egg
// Spicy Kimchi Ramen //
Sweet snap peas, roasted corn, shiitake mushroom and housemade kimchi in a spicy soy-based broth, finished with a burnt garlic oil and tender marinated egg
Communitē Table’s teas, lemonade, sodas, beer and wine will all be available as usual.
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Mudita: an unassuming Pali word for the spiritual concept of selfless joy. It is the kind of vicarious joy we can have for others, regardless of our own personal struggles or challenges. This selflessness — being community-minded, rather than competitively valuing oneself in relation to others — promotes a culture free of judgment and criticism, a culture of freedom to be oneself. Our menu and service is offered in the spirit of this selfless joy.