Lauren, a Los Angeles native, went vegan for the animals two years ago. Ever since, she has enjoyed immersing herself in the local vegan scene and sharing her food adventures on Instagram. Lauren has a master's degree in social work and loves helping others through volunteering, writing, and public speaking. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, painting, cross-stitching, and being in nature.

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5 Vegan Kosher Spots in NYC - VegOut Magazine
16 Sep

5 Vegan Kosher Spots in NYC

New York City is home to a large Jewish community, so it’s a great place to find tons of kosher eateries. Dining vegan at a kosher spot, whether vegan-centric or not, is easy because meat and dairy are not allowed in the same kosher restaurant. They’re either all-meat or all-dairy (or, like our list, all vegetarian/vegan!). So, if you’re enjoying a meatball at a dairy restaurant, it’s definitely vegetarian (labeled “pareve”). To check if it’s vegan, ask if it contains egg or honey.

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10 Best Spots to Eat Vegan in the Valley  - VegOut Magazine
13 Mar

10 Best Spots to Eat Vegan in the Valley

It’s never been easier to be vegan in the San Fernando Valley! From pop-up events like the massive yearly Vegan Street Fair (coming up on March 23rd and 24th) and the popular weekly Vegan Sunday (starting back up again on April 7th) in North Hollywood, to the various veg-friendly restaurants, The Valley is quickly becoming a vegan hot spot. Here’s a list of our 10 favorite places to eat vegan in The Valley:

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How to Smorgasburg Like a Pro - VegOut Magazine
20 Sep

How to Smorgasburg Like a Pro

Drawing crowds of 20,000-30,000 each weekend, Smorgasburg is America’s “largest weekly open-air food market.” From food to art and clothing, you’ll find whatever it is you’re looking for.

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12 Supersized Vegan Menu Items to Try in Los Angeles - VegOut Magazine
20 Jan

12 Supersized Vegan Menu Items to Try in Los Angeles

These vegan spots offer menu items so gigantic, you’ll never go hungry again! Okay—that might be an exaggeration, but if there was a Guinness World Record for “Largest Vegan Dishes in LA,” these menu items would take the cake! From nachos, burgers, and pizza to donuts, brownies, and cinnamon rolls, LA is full of gargantuan vegan meals. Here are our top picks!

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Your Vegan Guide to dineL.A. Winter Restaurant Week - VegOut Magazine
13 Jan

Your Vegan Guide to dineL.A. Winter Restaurant Week

Here’s the lowdown on where to find all the best vegan eats during dineL.A.! One of the biggest vegan restaurant struggles is wanting to order one of everything without breaking the bank (or your belly!) Twice a year, restaurants all over Los Angeles curate special lunch and dinner menus with multiple courses to highlight their crave-worthy culinary crafts––at an affordable price! For the two-week-long foodie extravaganza (January 17th-31st,) take a tasty tour of LA with this article as a guide for all-things vegan!

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Harmless Harvest Debuts Vegan Yogurt Line - VegOut Magazine
24 Jan

Harmless Harvest Debuts Vegan Yogurt Line

Harmless Harvest, known for their coconut water and other coconut-based beverages, recently announced they will be expanding their line with the addition of plant-based coconut yogurt products. This coconut lineup includes four flavors of single-serving cups, three flavors of single-serving drinkable yogurts, and a multi-serve drinkable yogurt flavor.

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Allie Mitchell

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.

Anja Grommons

Anja is a pediatric dietitian by day and vegan foodie by night. You can find her on her blog at vegcentricdietitian.com or on Instagram where she posts recipes, nutrition tips, and mediocre foodtography. Her New Year’s resolutions include building a virtual nutrition coaching business for vegan and veg-curious clients.

Cat Limket

Cat is a vegan gluten-free actress, filmmaker, and activist. She is passionate about cruelty-free beauty, sustainable fashion, all things chickpeas, and is an unapologetic goat enthusiast. When she’s not on set or hugging puppies, you can find her on the hunt for vegan gluten-free chicken nuggets! Catch her currently on Netflix in Spike Lee’s latest thriller, Tales from the Hood 2.

Ryan Tempfer

Ryan is a cook, writer, and musician born and raised in Tampa, FL. With years of recipe testing for his Asian-American food blog, No Eggs or Ham, behind him, he strives to sharpen the image of vegan food by highlighting chefs who push the boundaries of plant-based cuisine. Unlike the advice your mom lent you, he encourages you to play with your food every chance you get!



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