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Sponsored Post: Drive around Melbourne for the City’s Best Vegan Italian Food

Today’s post is sponsored by Webjet.com.au Australia and New Zealand’s leading online travel agency for renting a car and comparing car rental in Melbourne. Melbourne is one of the most vegan-friendly capital cities in Australia that’s easy to navigate by car. Italian cooking has also punctuated the city’s expansive multicultural food scene, beginning as early …

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Westfield Knox: A Local Vegan Food and Family Dining Destination

Westfield Knox is a key destination in Melbourne’s outer east where family dining and local vegan food go hand in hand. It’s not often that a destination can be chosen for a family event where all guests can eat in confidence and with tasty options. Westfield Knox’s vibrant and cosmopolitan outdoor Knox Ozone section delivers …

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Sponsored Post: Vegan Holiday Ideas when Travelling to Tasmania

Today’s post is sponsored by Webjet.com.au Australia and New Zealand’s leading online travel agency for cheap flights and cheap holiday packages. Tasmania can be chilly but is warmly welcoming, cosy and easily explored from a vegan perspective. All you need to do is book in a few days, or a longer cheap holiday package, to …

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I Choose Not to Order via a Food Delivery Service. Here’s Why…

There has never been a time in history when it’s so easy and convenient to use a food delivery service so we can experience our favourite food from in-demand restaurants. Because it’s now so convenient and accessible, we’re insatiably spoilt for choice. Gone are the days of ordering just pizza or Chinese food from the …

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Easter Vegan Daytrips in Melbourne You Can Do Anytime

Easter time in Melbourne is a four-day weekend when you can embark on some vegan daytrips in Melbourne. It’s an interesting time of the year, being the start of Autumn yet the last of summer’s sunny days shine through. These are the days when stolen moments can be taken for some vegan local travel. This …

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Cruising for a Vegan Port Day in Hobart, Tasmania

I had travelled to Tasmania before my cruising holiday a couple of weeks ago, so spending a port day travelling vegan in Hobart was still exciting. Port days are fun in the sense that you can get a taste of a destination while exploring by foot or bus. What I love about Hobart on the …

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How to Eat Vegan Food When You’re on a Cruising Holiday

Last week, I went on a cruising holiday to Tasmania from Melbourne. I have been on a cruise before, but I haven’t cruised as a vegan traveller. I was both excited about the prospect of amazing vegan food, yet I was somewhat reserved about whether it was going to be easy. Suffice to say, and …

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Why Vegan is Different to Vegetarian in Your Travels

In the last few weeks, my vegan food travel has involved some family dinners at local omnivorous restaurants. If I’m dining at a new restaurant, I check out their website to research their vegan options (if any).  If I can’t find any options, I call the venue to ask if any if their vegetarian options …

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Rockin’ the Suburbs with a Vegan Meal at Suburban Wholefoods

The industrial suburban belt of Kilsyth in Melbourne’s outer east is not exactly the most assuming destination for a vegan wholefoods meal. It’s only when customers begin to understand its proximity to local gyms and mid-way to the hiking trails nestled in The Dandenongs that Suburban Wholefoods’ location begins to make sense. What better way …

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Changing Minds and Hearts on Vegan Night at The Independent in Gembrook

Oh, how things can change in just a couple of years in vegan food travel. I had blogged about a long lunch at The Independent Gembrook in 2015. At the time, my husband and I decided to dine there because there seemed to be enough side dishes on their menu, which read as vegan that …

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