The World’s Best Vegan Products in 2011 (as judged by me)

I’ve had so much fun trying all the products available to vegans all over the world, and while I like the differences I find, I can’t seem to help but pick favourites. These are my favourite vegan products across the countries I have visited since being vegan (Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Micronesia, USA, UK, Denmark, France,…

Toronto Veg Fest and the Great Vegan Butter Tart-A-Palooza

After narrowly missing veg festsĀ  and other vegan events all over North America, I finally managed to collide with one in Toronto. Mr was busy getting beaten up training, but, not wanting to miss the opportunity to eat tonnes of vegan junk food, look at annoyingly ironic t-shirts and listen to live music I ambled…

Probably the Best Vegan Mexican Food in West Texas

Recently, as a part of the enormous around the world trip of enormity, I found myself in Texas, looking for a meal. Actually, to be fair, I wasn’t looking for a meal, I was looking for a wallet, and Mr had taken me on a little detour from our destination (Odessa) to a company he…

Vegan Las Vegas (hard work)

Vegas. We had to do it, even if it is just lights, strippers and extra charges. When I first realised we were heading to Vegas, I used the power of the google to see what vegan fare might be around. I was happy to see there was one blog about vegan options and even a…

Portland, Oregon

With our mid-west and southern jaunts impending, and the wasteland of vegan options we imagined would come with them, I tried to make the most of Portland had to offer by way of treats. You can read that as, “I went overboard and ate as much sugar-salt-fat food as I possibly could fit, and sometimes…

Sydney

During our trip we spent a few days in Sydney, and, predictably, ate a lot. I was so hoping to follow in the footsteps of K and Toby, and Michael and Cyndi, but alas, all the Iku’s were closed, as was Mother Chu’s, Naked Espresso, and a few of the city places (I can’t remember…

Malaysia: the Verdict, and some restaurant reviews

One of the best culinary treasures for me in Malaysia was Indian food for breakfast. Dosai with coconut sambal beats cereal any day! I decided not to get up early enough to make curry for breakfast, and sadly I don’t know of any Indian restaurants that are open for breakfast in Brunswick. We did, however,…