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Bake Me Up! Vegan Benefit Bakesale Today at Locali

Vegan cupcake (Lindsay William-Ross/LAist)
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If you were thinking to yourself What I'm missing on this lovely first Sunday in May are some baked goods that are vegan, then we've got some info you will most definitely appreciate.Today is Bake Me Up! L.A., a vegan bake sale and fundraiser, which is happening from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Locali in Franklin Village. Head over to check out vegan baked goodies and sweet treats from local vegan bakers and support animal-friendly causes; proceeds go to Paws LA and Kitten Rescue. It's also part of a series of world-wide vegan bake sale events, as covered on CNN.

See? It's like the perfect Sunday--Cupcakes! Cookies! Kittens! Global relevance!

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