Adventurous Kind Compassionate Vegan Travel
Finding vegan food in Leon was a bit of a daunting task.
There is not one vegan restaurant in the colonial city, and only a few veg friendly options; but in 37 celsius heat, we
Sol Cuisine sent us some products to try out this summer, and so we happily and hungrily did. We had previously tried Sol’s Original Burgers at Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary‘s open house, and enjoyed
One of my all time favourite non vegan dishes was fettuccine alfredo.
So when I discovered Soul to Bowl, I was thrilled. I met Kailey Gilchrist, creator and owner of Soul to Bowl downtown Toronto, to
Sheese sent us several of their flavours of non diary cheese to try out, and what can I possibly say about Sheese other than I am so incredibly impressed with all of their cheeses!
So we finally made it home, and our first stop downtown Toronto was Gloryhole doughnuts on Queen West to try out some vegan doughnuts.
We haven’t had any in over 2 years and these ones
Vegan Kitchen, you had me at homemade almond milk.
And not only is the almond milk homemade, but most everything on the menu is.
When I thought to look up vegan restaurants in Egypt, I really
British born Diana Von Cranach, Egyptologist, interior designer, hotelier, and cordon bleu trained chef, decided that she had to find her own style of cooking, and so she pioneered the “living food” movement in
We never ever go to the US side of Niagara Falls. But for our friend Nicole, anything. Originally we were going to drive to Cleveland and stay at her place, but plans changed and
Whenever we’re in Toronto we try to visit as many Vegan restaurants as possible.
This Christmas and New Year we were home, so we decided to have our last meal of 2013 at The Hogtown
We had the palate pleasure to sample some of One Lucky Duck‘s vegan products while visiting friends and family back in Toronto.
One Lucky Duck is based in New York City and all of their
Cody and I were not expecting to find a raw vegan restaurant in Laos, but we were pleasantly surprised when we arrived in Luang Prabang, especially after 3 days on a slow boat.
We found Vegan Kitchen at Avalon through Facebook. The first time we were in Koh Tao we had contacted them and they had written to tell us that they were closed, but luckily our second time
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