Five countries to travel if you are a vegan or a vegetarian
It is often very difficult for a vegetarian or worse for a vegan to travel to different countries. But our list of vegetarian and vegan-friendly countries would make help you to plan your next holiday.
Whenever we are travelling for work or pleasure, finding the food of your choice and taste is certainly a priority. Now, this becomes slightly difficult if you are a vegetarian or a vegan. Even though many people have adopted veganism across the globe, but still it is quite rare in some countries. We have curated the list of vegan or vegetarian-friendly countries for your next trip.
Israel’s capital Tel Aviv, a majestic coastal city, is now known as “vegan capital of the world”. The reason? Despite the fact that many dishes in traditional cuisine are vegetarian like falafel, etc. many famous restaurants have vegan option made from 100% organic ingredients. It can’t get better than this.
Singapore is one of the most diverse countries in the world, and so is its cuisine. You can find a mix of Malay and Indian vegetarian delicacy in every nook and corner of the city. Did you know that Singapore was voted as Second most vegan-friendly country in Asia by Peta? All the more reasons to visit this charming country.
You may be surprised to find Italy on the list, but Italy is vegetarians paradise with varieties of options in pizza, pasta and salads. For all the vegan just let them know your no cheese preference and you are sorted. Even many of the world-famous gelatos are fruit-based than milk-based.
The availability of vegetarian and vegan food in this beautiful island nation is sure to amaze you. You can have sumptuous meals with vegetable stews, beans and chickpeas. The cuisine is delicious and very versatile. Remember to let the establishment know your preference regarding dairy products and you are in for an unforgettable meal.
How can we leave India out of this list? It has the largest population of vegetarian in the world. Even vegan has many varieties of dishes to choose from. The varieties of curries, rice, bread and lentils can make anyone drool.
Doesn’t that inspire you to pack your bag and travel to these countries for memorable food adventure even if you are a vegan or vegetarian?