Another website that simply must be in your vegan/vegetarian link collection is: veggie-hotels.com.
It lists purely vegetarian accommodations worldwide. Not only hotels, but also small guesthouses, health & seminar centers, retreats and backpacker’s. VeggieHotels lists these places with the requirement that they serve neither meat nor fish.
Naturally, the majority of the listed VeggieHotels offer vegan options. Additionally, amongst the over 450 VeggieHotels there are now even more than 50 purely vegan accommodations!
I was lucky to gain small insight into the work of the start-up company during an internship. I really think it’s worth it to support them.
But just have a look for yourself! I find it quite exciting and often surf on their website, even when I’m currently not looking for an accommodation. It is really fun to have a quick view into several countries and to see how the vegetarian/vegan lifestyle is represented there. And of course one can always dream of their ideal vegan holiday 😉
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The event „Vegan Wednesday“ takes place every week and it invites German bloggers to show off what they’ve eaten that day – everything has to be vegan, of course. Nevertheless, anyone can participate, whether omnivore, vegetarian or vegan bloggers. The organizers of this event (Cara from think. care. act., Regina from muc.veg, Julia from Mixxed Greens and Carola from twoodledrum), with a lot of care and love, pick photos and upload them to Pinterest. The result being an incredible selection of vegan delicacies that with one glance show how much variety vegan cuisine has! A handy source for all vegans that have to answer the question: “what can you even eat?” 😉
Just have a look at last week’s beautiful photos – but be careful: it’ll make you hungry 😉
Even though every weekday is a vegan weekday for me, I’d love to participate in this event! So from now on I will show you guys every Wednesday what delicious vegan food I had 🙂
Let’s start: Vegan Wednesday number One 🙂
For breakfast I had (like most mornings) oats with oat milk. But today I put a lot of effort in the presentation 😉 This is my “Mandala” Muesli consisting of oats, oat milk, figs, banana, almonds and coconut flakes.
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I’m always surprised when I meet a vegetarian or vegan who has never heard of HappyCow before. That’s why I would like to introduce you all to this platform.
HappyCow is a website that lists vegetarian-friendly, vegetarian and vegan restaurants and also stores around the world.
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Hi 🙂 Just wanted to share these links with you. They’re too funny 😀
What Should We Call Veganism: A Vegan Life in GIFs, Part 1
What Should We Call Veganism: A Vegan Life in GIFs, Part 2
My favourite GIFs and the ones I can most identify with are:
- Part 1: Number 7
- Part 2: Number 9
And yours? 🙂