The Complete Vegan Guide To Dining Out is a roundup of well-researched meal ideas tailored to vegans. The guide includes vegan food options at dozens of places such as diners/ma-and-pop restaurants, general grocery stores, fast food restaurants, and popular dine-in chains. With this book on your phone you’re sure to round up a delicious vegan meal regardless of what restaurant you’re dining at.
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Why use a guide?
If you’ve been vegan for a while you know the feeling of getting to a restaurant and realizing there are seemingly ZERO vegan food options. We all know you didn’t end up at that restaurant by choice, so it’s not like you can walk out and go to another one. You’re probably with your non-vegan family, friends, working, traveling, or in the middle of nowhere (where people didn’t think there was such a thing as an entirely vegan menu).
It’s a sad truth that finding food while dining out is a hard part of vegan-ing. Every salad is topped with the most addictive component of a cow’s breast milk, every vegetable is cooked or coated in animal products and the pastas and breads are full of chicken menstrual cycles. Oh, you can find fruit on the menu, but it’ll be in the form of ice-cream smothered pie or atop a bowl of yogurt.
If you haven’t been vegan for very long thank heavens the universe brought us together at this point and you won’t experience the trauma of ordering a water and plate of lettuce, tomato, and onion as I once did.
I know you’ll find that upon opening this book you’re opening a world of vegan food possibilities and setting yourself up for successful outings in the future. It’s easy to navigate enough that you can pop it open on your phone last minute as you’re pulling up to a restaurant and flip to the exact place you’re at. I do have to recommend allowing yourself more time than that, or at least reading it once over upon purchase.
But why this one?
The difference between this book and googling “vegan food at _____” is that I scrolled through every single ingredient on official ingredients list to find many items that aren’t mentioned in a simple Google search. Trust me when I say this will save you oodles of time. This is not saying the book is all-inclusive, however you’ll surely round up a satisfying vegan meal regardless of where you’re dining.
Included are vegan food options at diners/ma-and-pop restaurants, general grocery stores, fast food restaurants, and popular dine-in chains. Covered in the book: Average diners, grocery stores, A&W, Arby’s, Burger King, Carl’s Jr., Chick-Fil-A, Chipotle, Culver’s, Freddy’s, Hardee’s, Jack-in-the-Box, KFC, McDonalds, Papa Johns, Popeye’s, Sonic, Subway, Taco Bell, Taco Del Mar, Taco John’s, Wendy’s, Applebee’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Chili’s, Cracker Barrel, Denny’s, IHOP, MOD Pizza, Noodles + Co, Olive Garden, On the Border, Panera Bread, Red Lobster, TGI Friday’s, and The Cheesecake Factory.