Topic: Travel

Remember when Scott & I visited Lake Tahoe in September? (See A Vegan Taste of Tahoe part 1 and part 2)


We fell in love. Well, we knew we would. We went up there for a birthday "getaway" and to check out the area --- see if it was somewhere we wanted to live for the winter.

Los Angeles has a lot to offer but it isn't exactly the place you want to live when your world revolves around snowboarding.

So ...

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After my post, "How to Travel on a Plant-Based Diet (What to Pack, Snacks & More!)" Sue emailed asking, "Have you done anything on best choices at chain restaurants? Sometimes when traveling (especially during the holidays), there isn't time to find anything but a chain close to the highway. Suggestions would help a lot!"

[Editorial Note: Someone left a comment on Facebook that there is an app called VeganXpress that helps you find vegan fare in chain restaurants. I have ...

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When I was in Charleston speaking at my alma mater, CofC, I checked out some of the local vegan food during my downtime. (Charleston has come a long way in the last few years — lots of vegan options!)

The Black Bean Company has several vegan options on their menu — at least half a dozen different (healthy!) vegan burritos, plus many more options that can be made vegan. This is the Green Spring Street Burrito. Bonus: Our server recognized me because ...

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It's no secret that I travel constantly. I often joke that my suitcase is "home" because I'm gone so often with work (I do hope to travel less in 2013!). I think I spent a total of 4 days out of the last 30 days in my own apartment...

Anyway, for tips on finding food in airports or navigating eating out while traveling, see these previous posts: Staying Plant-Based While Traveling and How to Eat Out Healthfully.

This ...

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I have a lot of love and pride for my undergraduate school, College of Charleston (like any good alum!), but I am especially proud that this year they're doing a theme around Eating Animals

Since Eating Animals is a required read for students, CofC has been hosting "vegan" events all year (i.e., showings of movies like Vegucated, a lecture by Jonathan Safran Foer, etc. etc.). Since I'm an alum, and a vegan cookbook author (!), CofC invited me ...

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