The Vegan Roadie in New Orleans, LA (S02E03)

Take a walk in the Big Easy as Dustin (@theveganroadie) grabs some of the city’s favorite plant based offerings. From the Rico sandwich at Cafe Carmo to the vegan beignets at Seed, you are not lost for plant options when it comes to planning your visit to this unique city. Also featuring Sneaky Pickle, Dat Dog, Crepe Wizards and the best darned pastries you could ever want at Breads on Oak. At the end follow Dustin to another part of the south in Gulf Shores, AL where he visits his father and recreates a New Orleans classic with only 5 ingredients in the signature 5 Ingredient challenge.

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