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March 14, 2019, Thursday - Pi Day Pop Up at Herbiverous Butcher

Time: 4:30p - 6:30p

Location:The Herbivorous Butcher, 507 1st Avenue NE

Pi Day Pop Up

Come celebrate Pi Day with Prairie Vegan Pies at Herbivorous Butcher with pies!

Pre-orders are now closed! Please read all information carefully as FAQs are answered below. If your question is not answered below e-mail your question to

There will be a limited number of small pies for sale the day of the event.

Due to no-shows at previous events all pre-orders now require advance payment. Once you place your order I will promptly email you an invoice from Square.

Due to the high volume of orders there are no refunds. Please note DATE and TIME of the event. No-shows will not receive a refund and Herbivorous Butcher cannot hold your pies. Full size pies are $28 and small pies are $12.


❤️Chocolate Silk (includes pi symbol)
❤️Chocolate Peanut Butter (includes pi symbol)
❤️Key Lime with graham cracker crust
❤️Grasshopper: chocolate cookie crust with a layer of fudgy chocolate topped with mint cream and dollops of coconut whipped cream

❤️Veggie pot pie! An interpretation of the classic: green beans, peas, corn, carrots in a creamy béchamel. All tucked into a flaky savory pie crust. I’m planning to add Herbivorous Butcher chicken! Available in small size only and cannot be made gluten free. $14 (includes pi symbol)

Pies are best within 5 days refrigerated and eaten fresh, but can be frozen up to a month. Place frozen pot pie directly into a 425 degree pre-heated oven; do not thaw. Do not reheat sweet pies. They should be thawed at room temperature.

Wheat, soy, and nuts are used in my kitchen. I do my best to avoid cross contamination, but cannot guarantee products are free of these allergens.