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Los Angeles is known for its diverse, innovative, and influential food scene, but what’s the best of the vegan best?
From Latinx boba to traditional Japanese food trucks to “aesthetic” iced African lattes, there’s an endless variety of plant-based eats at Los Angeles’ all-vegan street fair.
Chewy, chocolaty, and caramelly. Saucy, fruity, and luscious. Whipped, fluffy, and fragrant. These vegan desserts are on another level, and we want them all.
Our annual list of the very best of veganism is here! Read on for this year’s picks for today’s hottest vegan products, people, and places.
The study—which analyzed cities’ restaurants, cooking classes, and grocery costs—names Houston, Denver, Los Angeles, and Dallas as the best places to be vegan.
An analysis of vegan searches from around the world reveals that the popularity of plant-based living is growing quickly amid the COVID-19 pandemic in countries such as the United Kingdom, Australia, and Israel.
Our 20th annual list of the very best of veganism is here! Read on for this year’s picks for today’s hottest vegan products, people, and places.
With an abundance of next-level, vegan-friendly bakeries in the Big Apple—many boasting offerings that can be shipped straight to your door, no matter where you live—cupcakes are back on the (subway) map like never before.
WalletHub ranked the three major cities as the best overall for affordability, accessibility, and lifestyle.
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Viva Los Vegan! Las Vegas city guide Vegans, Baby! teams up with Veganuary for a month full of plant-based eats and special events.
My tupperware’s set, I’ve only eaten kale the past four days, and I’m ready for Eat Drink Vegan.
VegNews editors unveil their ranking of the most vegan-friendly international cities—rich with food, fashion, and culture (sans animal products).
Voters champion Taqueria La Venganza’s soy-based ”meat” tacos as Los Angeles’ favorite taco during the city’s annual Taco Madness event.
Spring has sprung, so it’s time to plan a dreamy adventure to a veg-friendly city.
L’Artisane Creative Bakery is the first vegan bakery to take the top spot in annual competition Croissant Battle Miami.
This summer, attendees can expect vegan food, live performances, and a roller rink in the heart of Los Angeles.
New eatery Amber’s Smoked Vegan—the third vegan restaurant that announced its opening this month in Sin City—features an all-vegan menu inspired by southern-style soul food.
New eatery Blinders Burgers & Brunch will serve Impossible Burger patties, Herbivorous Butcher meats, and weekend brunch in the space previously occupied by vegan drive-through Vege-Way.
Located in north-central Florida, the swamp known as Gainesville offers vegans more than wildlife and football.
Frozen Fruit Co announces plans to debut its first plant-based scoop truck in Southern California.
Co-hosts of Worth It head to New York’s Seasoned Vegan, Avant Garden, and abcV to sample exquisite vegan dishes.
The Vegan Mac Daddy will be available in Culver City after Doomie’s Home Kitchen opens its third location this spring.
SEED and Eat Drink Vegan will join forces this year to bring an epic vegan festival to Los Angeles.
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