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Moby Opens Little Pine Vegan Restaurant

Written by Vegetarian Star on Saturday, November 21st, 2015 in Business, Food & Drink, Male Musicians, Male Singers, Restaurants.


Moby has made a comeback in the vegan restaurant world like a one hit wonder 80s band makes a comeback in 2015.

Okay, so Teany was more than a one hit wonder.

But vegans in the LA area will still appreciate that the long pause between his business endeavors has ended.

His new restaurant, Little Pine, located near his home in Los Angeles, will feature a variety of delicious entrees and be a completely relaxed environment with one important rule:

No Moby music allowed!


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White Castle Goes Vegan

Written by Vegetarian Star on Monday, October 5th, 2015 in Business, Food & Drink, Restaurants.


White Castle has gone vegan!

Okay, okay, just kidding.

We’re just talking about its veggie slider buns.

The fast food chain has decided to use vegan buns to accompany its already vegan burgers.

That’s worthy of an award from PETA!


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IKEA Unveils Its Vegetarian Meatball Option

Written by Vegetarian Star on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 in Business, Food & Drink, Restaurants.


IKEA has launched its line of vegetarian meatballs.

The home furnishing store that had been the subject of controversy after it was discovered its real meatballs had horse meat in them, is perhaps making amends for such a taboo by showing it can not only be more ethical, but healthy too.


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Stevie Wonder

One of the greatest legends of soulful music paid a visit to a Baltimore restaurant that specializes in vegetarian, vegan and raw cuisine.

Stevie Wonder ate at The Land of Kush, which offers everything from vegetarian versions of BBQ ribs to vegan crab cakes.

If you go, don’t forget to sample one of the vegan desserts, which, according to the restaurant’s owner, Wonder took a special interest in.


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Tal Ronnen

It’s been about a year since vegan chef to the stars Tal Ronnen helped create Crossroads, a vegetarian and vegan cuisine restaurant in L.A.

Eateries that specialize in vegetables are thriving, and Ronnen says at least 90% of customers are meat eaters.

He’s had the chance to cater to several interesting characters, including Beyonce and Jay Z.


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Tal Ronnen Demonstrates LYFE Kitchen Vegan Food On KCAL 9 (Video)

Written by Vegetarian Star on Thursday, December 12th, 2013 in Chefs, Food & Drink, Restaurants, Videos.

Tal Ronnen visited the set of KCAL 9 to discuss vegan cooking and LYFE Kitchen, a chain of restaurants started by former McDonald’s executives that specializes in freshly made entrees that are lower in fat and cholesterol and fall within a specific healthier caloric range.


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Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney knows how to reward his employees!

The singer-songwriter recently ordered a plethora of vegetarian food for his staff from UK’s Fortify Cafe in Maidstone, Kent.

Items on the ticket included 12 rounds of sandwiches, roasted peppers, hum­mus, falafel, frittatas, savoury bakes and brownies.

The establishment has received great reviews from online sites like Trip Advisor and Yelp. On its own site, there are images of multiple handwritten notes from very satisfied customers.


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Taco Bell Offers Vegetarian Options In India And Around The World

Written by Vegetarian Star on Friday, October 25th, 2013 in Business, Food & Drink, Restaurants.

Taco Bell

Taco Bell may have angered a few of its vegetarian fans when it created a Superbowl ad that made fun of eating veggies on game day, but if you consider the fast food establishment during any other time of the year, it’s a pretty good place to score an inexpensive plant-based dish.

David Novak, chairman and CEO, Yum Brands Inc. has an interview with Live Mint where he declares that a whopping 70% of its menu in India is vegetarian.

North American menus aren’t bad for veggies either and almost all of those vegetarian items can also be made vegan if you take off the cheese, sour cream and other miscellaneous milk-based sauces.


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