The Unvegan

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About The Unvegan

the unvegan

Originally started in Los Angeles, is a food blog based in Pittsburgh and dedicated to eating food in its purest form, without vegetables. It was born out of the realization that I, The Unvegan, have an incredible diet that people may be interested in reading about. Most often, the blog involves me eating a lot of meat at restaurants and reviewing them. When I’m not reviewing restaurants, I write articles about strange meats, the various benefits of not eating vegetables, and notable people who have done great things to further the use of meat. If you like a big steak, a delicious hamburger or juicy chicken, then this is the blog for you. Or, maybe you’re just sadistic and want to witness the slow destruction of a man’s digestive system (sorry, it ain’t happening).

The Rating System

Unvegan Options – I will scour the menu to see how many potential unvegan options are listed. For example, if I am at a sandwich shop and every item has lettuce on it, the rating here will be low. This will also include sides, so if a restaurant only offers a choice of vegetable soup or salad, the rating will be low. If fruit or some sort of meaty side is offered, the rating will be higher.

Unvegan Dish – If the dish I order ends up with vegetables somehow, the rating here will be low. Garnishings get the fewest points off, because they interfere the least with the real food, whereas finding something as bad as a pickle hidden in my burger will get a huge deduction.

Unvegan Taste – Once the dish has been refurbished according to the unvegan needs, I will rate how much I enjoy it. Some disasters, such as little bits of lettuce that can’t be picked out no matter how hard I try, will affect both this and the Unvegan Dish rating.

Overall Rating – This rating will continue to provide the greatest litmus for the restaurant. It will include a combination of the other ratings, plus any other externalities worth incorporating into an overall rating.