Pamela Anderson’s Four Fave Vegan Restaurants

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We all know that Pamela Anderson is an actress, a mother, and an incredible advocate for animals. But have you ever wondered how she really spends her days or what she eats, for that matter?

The ever-lovely Pamela Anderson is back on television, and to the delight of all her fans—including those of us right here at PETA—this time, she’ll be playing the person that she knows best: herself! Her documentary series, Pam: Girl On the Loose, premiers August 3 on E!, and it’s sure to satiate the needs of gossip queens everywhere.

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.”

So while you’re anxiously waiting for a hugely fun dose of Anderson reality, check out some of Pam’s favorite places to eat at in Los Angeles. And if you don’t live in the City of Angels, well, don’t fret! It doesn’t mean your future is full of boring green salads. Just visit, and search for vegetarian restaurants in your city. Here’s the list from Pam herself:

  1. Flore Vegan CuisineYou’ve never—even when you ate meat—eaten a Rueben sandwich as rich and yummy as the one Flore cooks up.
  2. Madeline BistroBeet tartare to beat the band and you don’t have to like beets! And vegan chocolate soufflé.
  3. Pure Luck RestaurantFried 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.
  4. Astro BurgerLastly, 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.
Posted by Jennifer Cierlitsky

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