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Favorite Florida Vegan Food of 2017

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For people with eating limitations, vacation can be a mixed bag. However, it’s starting to get easier and easier to find vegan food throughout the world, and Florida is a great example of a vacation destination that is bursting with plant-based options!

I’m hoping that this post can inspire some of Florida’s vegan visitors (and residents) as well as make omnivores aware of how delicious vegan food in the Sunshine State can be, in hopes that they will consider reducing their meat consumption to help the environment.

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A Vegan Feast with Chef TJ

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Is it silly to have a bucket list item revolving around vegan food? Maybe so, but that didn’t stop me from spending years drooling over the idea of having Chef TJ cook his famous multi-course vegan meal for me!

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Veg Bali

Baliday food

I may have spoken a little harshly about some aspects of tourism in Bali, but one thing the island–and Ubud in particular–does especially well is food.

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Monthly Update: April 2014

Josh and I spent April discovering neighborhoods in Jakarta and our own city, eating our way through several restaurants with delicious food, shopping at some of Indonesia’s best malls, and of course keeping extra busy with plenty of overtime at EF.

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Best Meals: Tropical Christmas Trip

I have found that Indonesia is a deliciously easy country to be vegetarian in, with an abundance of soybean products like tofu and tempeh, interesting vegetable dishes, and exotic fruits. My adventures over Christmas only confirmed this fact, and in case any potential visitors to Indonesia are worried about finding some good food, here are the five best meals I ate during a week of traveling around Java.

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Grand Indonesia

Indonesia

The rainy season has undoubtedly begun here in West Java, and EF has been piling on plenty of overtime during the past few weeks. These two things have been the main reason that Josh and I haven’t done anything exciting since our trip to Bogor at the beginning of last month; during the few hours that we’re not at school, we’re usually curled up at home or in a coffee shop with a good book  as thunderstorms crash overhead–not that we’re complaining about having extra time to read!

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Eid al-Adha

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Last week, many Indonesians celebrated Eid al-Adha. The holiday is a feast to honor the Muslim prophet Ibrahim, who was willing to sacrifice his first-born son, Ismail, to Allah. (Sound familiar, Christians? In the Old Testament, Abraham was prepared to offer his son, Ishmael, to the Christian God.) Here in Indonesia, Muslims celebrate this holiday by making an animal sacrifice.

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Lunch in Greece

Greece

My little sister recently mentioned that the first place she wants to go when she’s old enough to travel to other countries is Greece. I started thinking about the few days I spent there last spring, and remembered one of my favorite travel stories.

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