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This American Burger Chain Tastes EXACTLY Like In-N-Out But Is Somehow Completely Vegan

And don't even get us started on their shakes.

You wouldn't believe that the menu at Southern California-based Monty's Good Burger is entirely plant-based seeing as though their burgers taste EXACTLY like In-N-Out, but buddy, have we got some news for you — it is. 

No meat or dairy at this beloved chain — the meat patties are Impossible patties and the often extravagant shakes are made with soy ice cream (more on these shakes later because they might just be BETTER than In-Out shakes).

They even make their own special sauces — in addition to their house spread that tastes remarkably similar to In-N-Out's "secret sauce," they've got three additional house-made sauces (habanero, sriracha aioli, and onion aioli).

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This LA Little Tokyo Shop Sells 18 Wild Different Types Of Mochis

Then THOSE mochis have sub-genres.

Fugetsu-Do in the Little Tokyo district of Downtown Los Angeles knows what they're doing when it comes to making mochi — they've been doing it for 117 years.

The shop opened in 1903, and ever since they've been making the wildest, most beautiful desserts in all of LA, including their famous "rainbow dango," a rainbow-colored mochi. 

The shop sells a huge variety of mochi — according to the menu on their website, there are 18 different types you can order and then THOSE types have sub-genres of mochi flavors included (so, way more, actually).

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This LA Little Tokyo Shop Sells 18 Wild Different Types Of Mochis

Then THOSE mochis have sub-genres.

Fugetsu-Do in the Little Tokyo district of Downtown Los Angeles knows what they're doing when it comes to making mochi — they've been doing it for 117 years.

The shop opened in 1903, and ever since they've been making the wildest, most beautiful desserts in all of LA, including their famous "rainbow dango," a rainbow-colored mochi. 

The shop sells a huge variety of mochi — according to the menu on their website, there are 18 different types you can order and then THOSE types have sub-genres of mochi flavors included (so, way more, actually).

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These Giant 'Street Food' California Noodles Are Basically Celebrities

They must be on your 2021 food travel bucket list. 🤤

BANG BANG Noodles is back at their Highland Park pop up location this week in Los Angeles, and you better get your orders in ASAP because these babies sell out super quick. 

Inspired by street food in Xi'an China, the noodles are hand-pulled, gorgeous, and delicious — and the people of Los Angeles go bonkers for them. 

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The Best Philly Pretzel Is Actually Hiding At This Secret Spot In LA

But is it really a bagel???

Hark, all ye soft pretzel fans rejoice — you have a new church.

Actor Adam Shapiro got bored during quarantine and started baking, which is something that most likely resonates with all of us.

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You Can Get The Massive Pizza Chrissy Teigen Tweeted About In Los Angeles

Eat like the stars do with this giant pie!

Celebrities always seem to know the best food spots to visit, and this one might make it to the top of your "to-do" list.

You can get the legendary Chrissy Teigen pizza from Big Mama's & Papa's Pizzeria in Los Angeles.

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