VegOut Magazine

VegOut Magazine

Summer 2021 - Awards

VegOut Magazine is the premier vegan food guide and lifestyle magazine. Each quarterly issue features the best plant-based things to eat, see, and do in cities across the US. You'll discover recipes, must-have products, and all the latest news! From iconic restaurants and happenings to celeb interviews and more, VegOut Magazine is your source for all things vegan.

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the 10 best vegan burgers in the us

LOS ANGELES, CA 1 Monty’s Good Burger @MONTYSGOODBURGER Coming in first place is Monty’s Good Burger! This spot may be known as the vegan In-N-Out, but it’s much more than your average burger joint. Aside from their juicy handhelds, perfectly crisped tots, and drool-worthy milkshakes, this iconic plant-based hot spot has one of the most mind-blowing secret menu items. Their super popular not-so-secret order is the Dog Pile–a tray of fries or tots (or a combination of both) topped with two Impossible patties, two slices of American cheese, grilled onions, and five different sauces. Yeah, it’s pretty freaking epic! CHICAGO, IL 2 Herbivore @HERBIVORE _ CHICAGO Next up is this burger-slinging pop-up from the Windy City. Herbivore is famed for its indulgent plant-based dishes that range from burgers and fries to Frito pies and fried Oreos. Our…

1 min
nike launches sustainable basketball sneaker

As part of this athletic outfitter’s Move to Zero sustainability initiative, Nike released its first performance-based shoe made with 25% recycled and upcycled materials. Coined the Cosmic Unity sneakers, these ‘90s-inspired basketball shoes were first spotted on the feet of Anthony Davis—a forward for the Los Angeles Lakers. The kicks are available in two colors—a semi-muted black and green combination (Green Glow) and a more vibrant collection of royal, teal, and baby blue with bright orange accents (Amaglam).…

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CHELSEA WILKINS @CHELSEA__ WILKINS Chelsea is an attorney and Virginia native who spent two years living and working in Los Angeles. Passionate about climate change, energy policy, and food systems, she is currently completing a Master of Laws in Energy and Natural Resources Law at Queen Mary University in London. She discusses these topics and more in her newsletter, found at nettingzero.earth. Chelsea enjoys cooking, camping, hiking, and photography and has traveled to nineteen countries, seeking out the best vegan food she can find along the way. LISA TRAN @BANHDERELLA Lisa, a San Francisco native and vegetarian of more than ten years, finds herself always in search of the perfect vegan chocolate chip cookie. Strong Vietnamese iced coffee runs through her veins while she maintains her full-time marketing job, learns new languages, and runs her…

2 min
vegan bingo bucket list

Grab a pen, grab a friend, and grab your phone! It’s time to have some fun, vegan style. Work your way through this bingo board of must-try, plant-based challenges. Play until you can say “bingo!” or keep going until you cover the board. It’s up to you! Either way, plan to make new friends, learn interesting facts, consume delicious food, and take Instagram-worthy shots along the way. Ready, and go!…

4 min
24 hours in atlanta

PONCE CITY MARKET You could spend a solid day eating and exploring through Ponce City Market. This expansive collaborative of dining and retail is set in a mixed indoor-outdoor atmosphere that beckons wanderers. It’s situated right along the Atlanta BeltLine—a mixed-use bike and pedestrian path that stretches on for miles. But before you rent a bike and pedal away, you have to check out the Ponce City eats. For morning fare, grab a vegan doughnut at Five Daughters Bakery and an oat milk latte at Dancing Goats Coffee. Those seeking a more natural sugar rush should check out Lucky Lotus to revive with a green juice or a filling smoothie bowl prepared by the kitchen’s raw vegan chef. Once energized, take a stroll outside and seek out Posman Books for a unique…

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from international party rock star to vegan activist

VegOut (VO): What was your lifestyle like before you went vegan? Redfoo (R): I always flirted with being vegetarian as a kid. When I first started LMFAO, I actually was a vegetarian. But right before I went vegan, I was following a keto diet. I was eating sticks of butter, bacon, and sausage every day. VO: When were you introduced to veganism? What was your first impression of the food and lifestyle? R: I went vegan about four years ago, and my impression of the food was promising. The vegan comfort food scene was starting to take off, so things like Beyond burgers, vegan pizza, and doughnuts made my transition way easier. But to me, veganism is not a diet. It’s a lifestyle that extends to your diet. That’s the thing that was…