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6 Dining Tips For Your Vegetarian or Vegan Valentine

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There’s nothing worse than getting to a hot, new restaurant and discovering that your menu options are severely limited. Unfortunately, that’s the case for many vegans and vegetarians, who often find themselves choosing from two or 3 food choices that, in many situations, aren’t what the restaurant’s head chef prides themselves on.

The good news is that there are ways to limit the extent of vegan disappointment and create romance for your vegetarian Valentine.  By taking these few simple steps, it can be happily-ever-after for your vegetarian or vegan date…


1. Happy Cow

Imagine you’re a businessperson staying in a city you’re not familiar with. Now imagine you’re a vegan. How do you know the restaurants that will cater to your needs?

Happy Cow is a website resource that all vegans and vegetarians should know about. Using it is simple: visit happycow.net and just enter the name of the town or city you’re visiting and it will give you a list of vegan-friendly restaurants. The site provides reviews and ratings for any and all restaurants that apply.


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