Topic: Travel

I’m hoping to put together a little veg guide for all the cities I live in. First up my last home: Steamboat Springs, Colorado.

While there are no solely plant-based restaurants, every place we went had something we could eat - and several places even labeled the options as vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free!

Here are some of the places we ate at:

Rio Grande - this was one of our favorite places to eat. They have a great grilled vegetable and ...

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When my vegan friend Haley went to Mexico last year, she took a rice cooker in her suitcase. I too had heard it was hard to find vegan fare in Mexico, but I'm generally skeptical of negative reviews due to my past experiences. For example, both times I went to Germany I was told I'd starve and both times Germany proved to be one of the most veg-friendly countries I've ever visited. 

I thought to myself, "I ...

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Just a quick update from Mexico!

The fruit here is really quite fantastic. I've been gorging myself on papaya and these mangoes on a stick!

Through twitter I met Maria who operates a vegan bakery here in Puerto Vallarta. She sells vegan cookies, breads and other treats (including gluten-free!) at the Saturday Farmer's Market. Of course Saturday was the ONE day Courtney and I made plans to do something other than relax by the beach and I was ...

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Before we left for Mexico, Scott, Courtney & I went to Pizza Fusion in Denver for a HH meetup. As always, we had a blast and loved meeting so many Herbies and hearing their amazing stories. I think I'm going to have to hit a few of them up to appear as Herbie of the Week!

Before I ordered, I took a poll on Facebook asking what everyone liked on their pizza and then took those suggestions under advisement for ...

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On Monday, I blogged about living intentionally and how I'm living freely and traveling constantly because that is what I want more than anything.

A couple of times when I mentioned I spent a month (twice) traveling through Europe I've been met with responses like "must be nice to have that kind of expendable income" but I don't have expendable income. And I'm not rich.

Backpacking is actually very cheap. It cost me less to backpack ...

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