Review: Pressed Juicery in Los Angeles »
Do you know when the best time to travel is? The dead of winter! Seriously, plane tickets are so cheap. I’ve taken it upon my myself to whisk myself away on weekends (like any self respecting socialite) to
eat visit friends near and far. Now, I’m back to report on all my meals from Chicago, to LA, to Reno! But first I gotta get some sleep — I’m not a machine. Jeez! In the meantime (while I’m catching up on SF life), here’s a roadtrip preview!
One of my favorite places I hit up in the last three weeks was Pressed Juicery in L.A. It was the spot I was most excited about checking out; I love vegetable juice, especially when it’s raw, cold-pressed, and unpasteurized. And celebrities go there! I learned of Pressed Juicery from following Hello Giggles, as the editors of that blog are always praising it. [Ed.: Jenny LOVES Hello Giggles!]
I went to the West Hollywood location, which was a long bus ride from Echo Park, but so worth it. Normally I can be kind of shy and nervous, but not when I got to the counter of this Pressed Juicery. I talked the counter guy’s ear off: I told him where I lived and worked, and how I heard about the place; he told me a story about Erin McKenna of Babycakes—all kinds of good stuff. As I felt indecisive about which juices to try, I inquired as to what his fave was, which, as seen below, is Roots 3. I asked for one with beets and he recommended the Roots 3, then told me it happens to be Sophia Rossi’s fave. SOLD!
I’m trying to detox from Reno and am pining for another one of these juices!
Where can I get raw vegetable juice in San Francisco? I always drink the Super 8 at Source and used to down gallons of the Healthy at Café Gratitude. Lately I’ve been hitting up Jamba Juice for wheatgrass shots, but where else can I go? I need reader recommendations, please!
“Blink and you’ll miss it” storefront in West Hollywood.
Pressed Juicery has three locations in Southern California: In West Hollywood at 8714 Santa Monica Blvd.; in Malibu (out of a truck!) at 3939 Cross Creek Rd.; and in Brentwood at 13050 San Vicente Blvd. #120.
Countless reasons to love Emily Deschanel today! »
I think Emily Deschanel might be my favorite celeb vegan these days. Why, in no particular order:
A.) She comes off very articulate and super-intelligent
B.) Her deadpan sense of humor is hysterical.
C.) Her little sis is Zooey Deschanel, who may not be vegan, but adores and spreads the word about Babycakes, and has the most perfect bangs ever (among many other things).
I’ll come over for a straw-mat-sitting, eating-with-my-hands, raw-vegan-dinner, Emily! CALL ME.
Then, because I am a stalker (Seriously beware, you guys. My expertise scares even myself. Just kidding! Don’t block me from seeing your tweets!) I looked for more Emily Deschanel videos on YouTube. I found this one:
It’s no secret I’m not the biggest fan of PETA, but there are exceptions to every rule! I love that this video is simple, straightforward and gets to the point. Plus, Emily Deschanel is a vegan, so I can totally get behind the believability of this one.
Who needs US Weekly?
Your Vegan Celebrity Correspondent
[Can’t see the videos? Watch them on Vegansaurus!]
While cruising through one of my new favorite blogs, Hello Giggles, I found this post (and subsequent video) all about making vegan sundaes. How exciting! There are recipes for both salted caramel and bananas foster. And who does it happen to star? Napeoleon Dynamite’s own Haylie Duff! I love my celebrities, especially when they partake in vegan doings and makings.
Can someone make the caramel sauce and bring it over to my apartment? Thanks! We can totally run across the street and pick up some Coconut Bliss at Whole Paycheck. Sundae Party!