It’s tough out there for vegan travellers, not because their food is any less flavorful than what non-vegans eat but because there aren’t too many places around the world that accommodate their dietary needs.
Meals typically revolve around meat as the main course with some scarce veggies here and there and some boring looking salad.
The availability of good, affordable vegetarian options varies from city to city and region to region.
To find the best cities for vegetarian and vegan travellers I have dedicate this blog specifically for those who choose a plant-based diet.
Veganism seems to be a growing trend and there are plenty of cities to visit; for all those vegan and vegetarians out there and here are some of my favourites:
Taipei is considered a vegan paradise for travelers and the most vegan friendly destination in the world.
Different kinds of Buddhism have different rules regarding the consumption of meat.
Thailand is often touted as a haven for vegan eaters, Thai Buddhists are allowed to eat meat if it is offered to them.
Budhism has a long history in Taiwan and its believed that this is one of the factors that has caused Taipei to evolve into a heaven for vegan travellers.
People here believe that by eating less meat, you can become more compassionate and improve your karma.
Glasgow is known as one of the most vegan friendly cities in the UK with many places that offer cruelty free dishes across the city.
There are many venues throughout Glasgow offering vegan fare, meaning those who go meat and dairy free always have a new spot to try delicious dishes in the city, make to check them out events in Glasgow to satisfy your vegan cravings, cruelty free eaters!
Vancouver has some of the best vegan food for all vegan travellers in North America.
Even curious carnivores should agree that the tasty vegan options available at these restaurants would please even the most discerning palate.
From breakfast to brunch, from dinner to late night snacking, in Vancouver you will find the very best veggie dining experiences!
Would you be up to avoid dairy products from your diet especially if you could get the right amount of proteins without them?
Traditionally, most Indian cooking, especially south Indian vegetarian cooking is vegan.
In Chennai, particularly, veganism has been gaining popularity in the last couple of years for all vegan travellers!
Imagine having a plate full of your scrumptious meal without your daily bowl of curd of buttermilk.
I think is amazing how a plant based diet is lower in calories and much more nutritious.
And by going vegan we reduce our carbon footprint and reduce damage to our environment.
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By Greta Hernandez
Greta Hernandez writes for Chillwall on trendy events near me and around the world