The time for vegan dim sum is now

How might plant-based dim sum fit into the dining ecology? The question is explored in a profile of Morning Nights in Long Beach.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 16, 2022
Southern California has an ever-expanding landscape of vegan restaurants that reflect the flavors of its culinary communities. Across Los Angeles you can find jackfruit-filled tacos, pasta Alfredo made with cashew “cheese,” seitan chicken and...
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