Vegan Travel Tips

My twitter travel buddies Dale and Franca over at AngloItalian decided to go vegan for “Veganuary” – a challenge to travel as vegans for 30 days.

You can check out their reasons for wanting to travel vegan over at Why We’re Going To Travel Vegan for Veganuary. Their recent change to being vegetarians is a cool story, and I’m looking forward to hearing their results of their vegan month.

They put together a list of fantastic travel tips for vegans, getting tips and hints from a range of vegan travel bloggers. And we were one of the contributors! Have a look-see at Vegan Travel Tips From On The Road Travellers.

Don’t panic!

North Nomad hasn’t had a change of heart and given up his Canadian ways to become a kale lover like me, South Nomad. He’s still chowing down on his brisket and ribs, while I’m happily eating my beans and tofu. The Nomads’ contribution to AngloItalian’s post was from my perspective and what I’ve learnt traveling as a vegan with a Canadian carnivore.

Veganuary

4 thoughts on “Vegan Travel Tips

  1. Thanks so much, not just for sharing our collected vegan travel tips, but for contributing great tips too!

    We’re really much more prepared now for the vegan challenge ahead, just excited to be on the road now 🙂

  2. Hey there! We found out about your blog through your collaboration on Dale & Franca’s blog post (we contributed as well!) and we have an ongoing blog roll of vegan travel blogs! We just wanted to let you know that we added you to the list, hope you don’t mind! Nice meeting you!

    http://justinpluslauren.com/vegan-travel-blogs/

    (PS – We’re also from the Toronto area! Hot Beans and Rise Above are awesome! I have tons of vegan restaurant recommendations from around here if you’re ever looking for any new ones!)

    • Hi guys, thanks for the add! And nice to meet you, too. 🙂 Have you tried Grasshopper? That’s one I’m dying to try when we get back (due back in about 4-5 weeks now). I am having some serious cravings for Fresh and Urban Herbivore while we’re away. We’ve been through rural California and the closest thing to vegan food here is mock-meat. I think if I have any more Gardein I’m going to turn into a fake chicken!

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