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Pamela Anderson Reveals Favorite Vegan Restaurants

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First off — Happy Belated Birthday Pam!

As I’m sure all of you know by now, Pamela Anderson is not only famous for her work on camera, but also for her efforts in ending animal cruelty.  Anderson is a proud vegan and credits her diet for staying in shape. Pam says, “Aside from keeping up with my kids, I don’t exercise much, so I credit my veggie diet for my good health. Los Angeles is the easiest place in the world to eat vegan. A lot of people know about the great meatless entrees at Real Food Daily and Newsroom Cafe, but there are some other places that have very unique menus.”

WHAT other places you might ask? Here are some of Pam’s Picks for the best veggie restaurants in L.A.

1. Flore Vegan Cuisine– You’ve never – even when you ate meat – eaten a Rueben sandwich as rich and yummy as the one Flore cooks up.

2. Madeline Bistro– Beet tartare to beat the band and you don’t have to like beets! And vegan chocolate soufflé.

3. Astro Burger– If you are a fast food junkie you can always count on the Astro Burger on Melrose near Paramount Studios for veggie chili dogs and soy chicken fajitas.

4. Pure Luck– Fried pickles, vegan sloppy joes and BBQ sandwiches. And they cook with jack fruit, which is an amazing fruit they use to make the mock meat tangy.

Don’t live in the Hollywood? No worries! Visit happycow.net and find your local vegetarian restaurant! Happy eating!

via: theguide.latimes.com

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