Before I moved to San Francisco, California, I had a really hard time finding a good vegan restaurant.
I came from a place where farming is a way of life.
Most people raised cattle, pigs, chickens, or crops. I never thought that it was right to kill an animal if it wasn’t necessary. We have plenty of meat in the freezer, but my father still butchered cattle. When I was old enough to make my own dietary choices, I decided to become vegan. Vegan is more than just a diet. It is also a lifestyle. There are so many foods that have traces of milk products and I don’t eat any of them. Most of the time I eat fresh fruits and vegetables. There are a few occasions when I sprinkle in faux meat products. Until I moved to San Francisco, California, my vegan options were limited. One of my favorite vegan Restaurants is right down the street from my favorite cannabis dispensary. One of the reasons I moved to California is because of the legal recreational marijuana laws. A couple of my friends got busted for smoking marijuana and I didn’t want to end up in jail over a couple of joints. As soon as I found a job in San Francisco, I packed up my truck and moved. Golden Era Vegan is probably my favorite place to eat. It is close to Golden Gate Park. Golden Era Vegan is an Asian restaurant with delicious food. They have flavorful and delicious dishes that include fake chicken and beef. I usually try to order takeout since the religious feel inside can be a bit overwhelming.