Topic: Travel

I'm SO excited about the release of my new travel book, Vegan in Europe!

Over the years I've received hundreds of emails, Facebook comments, and tweets asking how to survive Europe as a vegan -- or if it was even possible.

So over the summer, while I was living in France, I decided to write a book that contains ALL the information anyone could ever need to eat, drink, and live la dolce vida as a vegan in Europe ...

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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 today's post!

I spent the bulk of my summer in the French countryside and ...

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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. (Lisbon may be one of the most veg-friendly place ever).

and it's not exactly ...

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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 contact the cruise ahead of our trip to tell them about our dietary restrictions and ...

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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" (If I can call it that) in Paris -- a strong, growing group of vegans... along ...

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