Avoid the production of Thanksgiving dinner this year by ordering up a sandwich! From thawing and heating your plant-based roast to peeling potatoes, preparing the stuffing, and hustling to assemble that green bean casserole, the culinary requirements of the traditional holiday meal can prove quite the tedious task. Behold the Thanksgiving sandwich, a fall feast without all the fuss in the kitchen! Here are some top spots to find these vegan handhelds in Los Angeles.View Full Article
Allie is an Austin native studying Contemporary Musical Theatre and Film at Studio School in DTLA. She has been vegan for over three years and loves spending her time scouting out the best eats in the area as well as teaching and practicing yoga.
Recent Articles by Allie
Remember the days when your parents would force you to eat your vegetables? When you would sit at the dinner table for hours picking at your seemingly bottomless serving of fibrous foods? Thanks to the uproar in the health food community, those days are long gone! Creative ways to get your veggies in now actually taste great! You should already know about the art of Buffalo cauliflower, but as the needy vegans we are, we want more! Here are 10 different captivating cauliflower-centered dishes from LA restaurants to spice up your food pyramid (or whatever the diet is that you follow––you do you, boo!)View Full Article
Skip the hassle of cooking all day and pick up a vegan Thanksgiving feast from one of these spots!View Full Article
Eat Love, the Los Angeles-based food truck that redefined vegan comfort food is opening a brick-and-mortar restaurant this fall! This is not a drill––we talked to the owner, Lynn Torres, to confirm this exciting news! She shared that the Eat Love team “wanted a place where people could pick up a Fried Chik’n Meal and Fried Chik’n Sandwiches for themselves and their loved ones!” From dominating Vegan Exchange and the pop-up scene to delivering their products nationwide, it only makes sense that Eat Love opens a storefront!View Full Article
It all started with a few passionate foodies, a lot of culinary creativity, loads of hard work, and Orange Chicken. That’s right, we’re referring to the Asian-inspired dish from the pop-up, My Vegan Panda! To pay homage to his Cambodian heritage, Chef Skyler Tanksley of Munchies Diner took the lead and created Orange Chicken as a specialty menu item. What started out as a Munchies special spun off into an Asian-fusion vegan pop-up called My Vegan Panda. More and more menu items were deliciously crafted––including the eye-catching Ramen Burger that left every vegan Instagrammer shaking in their cruelty-free boots! So what’s the next move? A brick and mortar location for My Vegan Panda opening in Santa Ana this February!View Full Article