(aka “where can vegans eat?”)
Going into town with your friends? Not sure what to do for lunch? Birthday bash at a restaurant? Never fear, there are options for you! Assuming your friend’s don’t want to go to a vegan or vegetarian restaurant/cafe (you can also take them when it’s your birthday, right?) there are plenty of places that do have vegan options on the menu, you just have to know how to ask.
Most restaurants keep a close eye on the allergens present in their food and can advise you as such. Ask if they have an allergens menu that they can provide for you. Most do, either at the actual restaurant or online, so you check before you go. However, here’s a list of some I’ve researched in advance. All of the information is collected/valid November 2013. Ta-dah 🙂
Some of you lovely people may remember when I posted about The Vegan Kind last month. Well, I did subscribe and their first box arrived at my door a few days ago. Yay! For those that don’t remember, The Vegan Kind is a monthly vegan lifestyle subscription box, that sends you lots of different vegan goodies to sample.
Moving on to the box. This month I was sent some lovely sweets from Goodygoodstuff, QI tea sample, soap nut samples, miso bouillon, a recipe for vegan leek and potato soup by Vegan Vox, The Vegg vegan egg replacer, Salt of the earth vegan deodorant and a cute badge by Koolbadges.
So in the run up to Bonfire Night (TUESDAY!!) I’ve been lurking around blogs on wordpress looking for perfect recipes to complement the best night of the year. Oh yes, I dare to say it. Unfortunately, it looks like I’m not going to be able have have a Bonfire party this year, but that doesn’t stop me from looking, longingly, at what others are creating this autumn. I’ve seen some absolutely delicious looking recipes! Here are some some of my favourites, so if you are hosting your very own vegan bonfire night bash, take a gander at the links below.