24 November, 2016

Vegetarian Traveling ☺ Viajando Vegetariano

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No one knows the struggle of eating somewhere new like vegetarians and vegans! Since I'm leaving for my first business trip abroad right after Thanksgiving, I've compiled five tips for eating veggie-friendly in another country or state!

1. Search online menus. 
Do research on vegetarian / vegan places in the area(s) you'll be visiting.

2. Call restaurants. 
Sometimes not all menu items are online, so it doesn't hurt to give them a call in advance.

3. Make reservations. 
There's no better feeling than going into a restaurant and immediately being seated. If possible, make an early reservation for places that are well known to bring in crowds.

4. Explore! 
Some of the best veggie places may be off the radar and can only be found through word of mouth or exploring the streets. Don't be afraid to ask the locals or street vendors of any good places to eat veggie.
5. Don't eat in international places. 
For example, common places like McDonald's, Burger King, etc. The only reason to eat at places like these is if they have special menu items that aren't sold in their other chains around the world.

Hopefully this list can help on your next trips! I'll return with a video and photos to share of my trip. :)
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30 comments:

  1. Últimamente yo quiero tener una vida más saludable comiendo cosas veganas y me parece genial viajar e investigar sitios porque al final, acabas encontrando cosas fabulosas.

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    1. Es una vida muy asombrosa cuando sabes que comer. :D
      Saber dónde comer también es demasiado útil!

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  2. One of the reasons why I'm a little cautious about going to Japan. Language barrier and the fact that most places serve a lot of meat/fish based products

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    1. Tell me about it; that's why I'm learning Mandarin for future trips to China!

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  3. Ugh, tell me about it!
    It is a nightmare eating out.
    Thanks for the good advice.
    Lynne x

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    1. Yes!! Thankfully I've found veggie places here and there. :)

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  4. No soy vegana, pero imagino que ha de ser complicado, ya que si en el viaje vas a ir con el tiempo justo para comer, no puedes permitirte improvisar e ir al primer restaurante que encuentres, así que hace falta calcularlo antes... Aunque ahora veo que muchos restaurantes no veganos, indican en sus menús los platos veganos y eso debe de facilitar mucho la tarea!

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    1. Es el problema que muchas personas cometen. Preparar todo temprano ayuda en quitar la preocupa cuando te da hambre. :)

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  5. These are good tips! It is pretty hard sometimes to find veggie dishes at most places, I imagine it's only harder for vegans!

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    1. It's a little easier in big cities since they're all becoming more and more modern. Small towns are much tougher!

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  6. I usually go to supermarkets and cook at home/at the airbnb I'm staying at, just to be sure!

    -Kati

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    1. I'd love to do that!! The hotel I'm staying at though only has a café.

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  7. Thanks for the tips. I still need to remind myself to lookup menus online whenever I'm looking for new places to eat XD
    ♡ Dulce

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    1. You're welcome! It saves so much time checking in advance. :)

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  8. ooohh this is so important and I do stress about it > A <
    doing good research is such a good idea

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  9. Siempre es bueno cargar con una manzana y una banana

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  10. hola! es la primera vez que comento aquí y me encantó tu blog! muy buenos tips para veggies <33

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    1. Gracias, Francisca. Me da mucho gusto que te gustó!

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  11. Muy buenos consejos! En el centro de Madrid encontré un restaurante chino vegetariano por casualidad y es de lo mejor que he probado.. Económico y riquísimo! Voy cada vez que puedo ^^
    Un beso!

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    1. Se oye delicioso! :9
      Me encanta la comida china pero es difícil encontrar unas vegetarianas! Tienes mucha suerte!

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  12. Excelentes tips, yo no soy vegetariana pero imagino siempre es un reto encontrar lugares donde comer a tu gusto cuando lo eres
    x,Abril
    Thank you for linking up at start the week stylish The Color Palette

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    1. Muchas gracias, Abril. :)
      Me siento más relajada cuando ya sé que sirven en un lugar.

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  13. If I eat meat at travel, my stomach always is bad.
    So for next business trip, I will research!
    Thank you, Adi!

    akiko

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    1. My husband is the same way. He goes vegetarian most of the time that we travel.

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