6 of the Best Vegan Sandwiches L.A. Has to Offer

Flavorful, inspired, deeply satisfying sandwiches—no animal products needed
Danny Palumbo • Los Angeles Magazine • June 23, 2021
Vegan sandwiches continue to shine brightly in Los Angeles. Long gone are the days when diners had to settle for bland veggie hot dogs and tepid portobello burgers. Death to slightly wet hummus wraps, limp zucchini on cold bread, and chicken...
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