The Gay Vegans

The Gay Vegans “Best Things of 2017”!

I skipped a couple of years of doing this and am super excited to once again share some of our favorite things. Some of these you may know, and hopefully I will introduce you to some new things/places. All of these are based on what we love. Just to be clear, we are not paid by any group or company nor do I as a blogger ever accept free items. I feel this is important to say so that you, the awesome reader, know we just simply love these favorites. Please be patient with the randomness of the list!

Best Non-profit – Toronto Pig Save

Best Non-profit you might not have heard of – Animal Help Now

Best breakfast at home – Isa’s Puffy Pillow Pancakes

Best lunch in LA during the work day – Happy Family on S. Atlantic (Monterey Park)

Best treat in LA – Sweet Kale Shake at Sun Cafe

Best Mexican food in Denver – Tarascos

Best social media chef/cook – Christina Cooks

Best beach in LA area – Zuma beach

Best beach in San Diego area – Torrey Pines State Beach

Best brunch in San Diego – Bar Kindred

Best vegan creamer – Ripple

Best vegan pop up – Cena Vegan

Best “I need a sweet tooth fix” place – Donut Friend

Best veggie burger – Gardein’s beefless burger

Best vegan cheese – We have two here. Seriously tied. Miyokos and Punk Rawk

Most made recipe this year at home – Fava Bean Risotto in “Vegan Pressure Cooking”

Best meal when anywhere near LAX – Stuff I Eat

Best hotel for a Denver visit – Hotel Born

Best audio book – “Black Detroit”

Best song – “Demons” by Imagine Dragons

Best hike in LA – Griffith Park

This list is not complete. I’m sure I could keep adding, and as the new year is approaching I think I really need to post this.

With love and gratitude for your support of our blog.

About Dan Hanley

Gay and vegan in the burbs (of Los Angeles). I blog about veganism, equality, compassion, activism, politics, spirituality, and our awesome life experiences. The "s" includes my husband, Mike! I want this blog to be a tool to build bridges among communities and to inspire people to get involved and vote.

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