Blog Topic: Travel

A Vegan Taste of Paris + A Sneak Peek at My Vegan Europe Travel Book!

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I'm home (I think I mentioned that?) from my summer in France :)

I'm also finishing up my vegan Europe travel book!!! It should be here in the next week :) :) I'm really excited about this book! (You can read more about it below)

To say good-bye to my summer blog travel series (and whet your appetite for the new book!) I give you ...


A Vegan Taste of Portugal

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Although I'm loving my summer in France, I can't help but escape to other countries some weekends (there's just so much to see and do in Europe!).

pluuus I need to research... 'cuz I'm writing a Vegan in Europe book!

I'll spill deets on that later, but for TODAY I'm sharing some of my finds and discoveries in Portugal ...


Plant-Based (Vegan) on a Cruise (Guest post by Stephanie!)

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It's summer, which means many herbies will be packing their bags and hitting the road, sky, or sea (for travel tips and help, there's a huge (HUGE!) section in The Happy Herbivore Guide to Plant-Based Living).

Cruises are always a popular vacation choice, especially this time of year. Scott and I actually went on a cruise back in 2007. I made sure to ...


A Vegan Taste of Nice, France & Monaco (South of France)

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As you may have heard, I'm in France this summer.

We flew to Nice after a quick excursion in Boston and brief layover in Montreal.

When I tell people I'm going to France or living in France (or doing anything that involves France) the first response is: "You can't be vegan there", which is simply untrue.

There's a growing "counter culture ...


Another (Brief) Vegan Taste of Boston

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Last week we left for our summer abroad... stopping in one of our all-time favorite cities, Boston, along the way (Fun fact: Scott and I lived in Boston for about four years when I attended law school).

Boston is a beautiful city with a spirit and pride I can't quite describe. The people and culture are distinctively different, but in a way that's ...