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VegOut Magazine

VegOut Magazine Summer 2019

VegOut LA Magazine is LA’s #1 vegan city guide and lifestyle magazine. Each quarter, VegOut LA delivers curated content covering the best plant-based things to eat, see, and do in the City of Angels.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
VegOut Media LLC
Frequency:
Quarterly
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2 min.
summer’s finally here!

With all that rain, I was starting to question why I moved to Los Angeles from Michigan. That’s right, I moved here for the weather, and not to pursue my acting career. Although, you never know. There’s still time for that. The VegOut team has been hard at work gathering #alltheveganthings for this second edition of VegOut LA Magazine. We’ve selected only the season’s best and can’t wait for you to check out the issue. From milkshakes to acai bowls, we’ve included everything you need for a very vegan summer in LA. Let’s take a look at what’s inside! On page 37, enjoy some photos from my recent dinner at Wattles Farm, a collaboration of Outstanding in the Field and Eat Drink Vegan. This was one of the most LA experiences I’ve…

1 min.
contributors

CAT LIMKET @CATLIMKET Cat is a vegan gluten-free actress, model, and activist. She is passionate about healthy and holistic living, cruelty-free beauty, and the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle. When she’s not on set or hugging puppies, you can find her on the hunt for vegan gluten-free ice cream. Catch her on Netflix in Spike Lee’s latest thriller, Tales from the Hood 2. SCHYLER WHITNEY @MSVEGAN Schyler (aka Ms Vegan) is a plant-based chef and animal advocate who is compassionate about showing others how to live a modern and eco-friendly lifestyle. She has worked alongside some of the top plant-based companies in the world. LAUREN BENDIK @LAURENBDOESLIFE 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…

4 min.
spotlight on: natural feeling spa

Get acquainted with the queen of natural skincare, Adina Diaz, and her organic spa, Natural Feeling Spa. Located in the heart of Miracle Mile, this cruelty-free beauty hot spot’s got all the bells and whistles—from luxurious facials to detoxifying body wraps—that will give you soft, healthy skin perfect for face rubs and doggo kisses. Kylie Jenner’s lips, Beyonce’s skin, Bella Hadid’s lifted cheeks—these are all the aesthetic goals thrown at us on the daily. And with all the parabens, synthetic ingredients, and impossible-to-pronounce ingredients, what’s a beauty-conscious vegan to do? Among the seemingly cloned rows of spas in LA, one stands out in it’s eco-conscious approach and dedication to earth (and skin!) loving practices. Natural Feeling Spa envelops you in a warm hug as you enter its doors. You feel a sense…

2 min.
5 vegan home runs at dodger stadium

WHAT’S BETTER THAN GOING TO A GOOD OLD BALL GAME IN LOS ANGELES? GOING TO ONE THAT HAS PLENTY OF VEGAN OPTIONS! Remember when all you could find at the ball field was roasted peanuts and Bud Light? Over the past few years, the Los Angeles Dodgers have introduced a few vegan options, and this year has been the best one yet. OKAY! ENOUGH RAMBLING, READ ON FOR 5 DELICIOUS VEGAN OPTIONS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM. TEMPEH NACHOS SERVED IN A CUTE BASEBALL SOUVENIR BOWL YOU CAN TAKE HOME AND REUSE—TORTILLA CHIPS TOPPED WITH BLACK BEANS, MELTED FOLLOW YOUR HEART CHEESE, TEMPEH, SALSA AND GUACAMOLE. FIND AT: RIGHT FIELD PLAZA, LOGE SECTION 137, AND RESERVE SECTIONS 17, 23, & 24 LOOKING FOR SOMETHING A LITTLE LIGHTER? SUB RICE FOR THE CHIPS AT LOGE 137 AND…

4 min.
24 hours in l.a. westside edition

GRAB YOUR TOTES AND SUNNIES! WE’RE SPENDING THOSE LONG SUMMER DAYS ON THE WESTSIDE. Every Los Angeleno knows of the rivalry between the East and West sides, and the only thing preventing an all-out brawl is the stop-and-go traffic that dissuades residents from traversing the city. We’re playing the part of the occasional Orange County visitor and claiming that there are positives to both sides, but during summertime, we’ll admit to have shouted, “Westside best side!” a few times. You just can’t beat the beach when the temperatures climb up to ninety and above. We’ve got 24 hours and a lot of coast to cover. Grab your shades and let’s go! BUT FIRST, COFFEE If all you need is a quality shot of caffeine to start your day, wake up and bike on over to…

3 min.
on the rise

WHAT DOES AN ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT, A LITTLE CREATIVITY, AND A PASSION FOR PLANT-BASED FOODS HAVE IN COMMON? They’re at the heart of the latest 100% vegan pop-ups. This quarter we selected three of the newest, most buzzworthy businesses and got inside the founders’ minds. Hear what they had to say! SREY VEGAN SURRAY LOR INSPIRATION BEHIND THE BUSINESS I was missing Cambodian food and all the food I loved growing up. I was tired of settling for “close, but not quite,” so decided to make my own food and share it with the world. NEW MENU ITEMS The Lok Lac (Cambodian beef salad) and my pineapple walnut shrimp. They both come with a bed of white rice. If you like garlic, upgrade to the garlic rice. MOST MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE I’ve met so many fellow Cambodians that have not had…