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Elegantly Vegan: Five Vegan Eats in Gothenburg (Göteborg)



Veronica from Elegantly Vegan has joined us before as a guest blogger and we're happy to welcome her back to Vegan Miam. A passionate and talented digital designer and vegan cookbook author, Veronica is one of my dearest friends and a genuinely lovely and inspiring lady. Veronica is from Sweden and living in


Five Vegan Eats in Turin & Others



Earlier this summer, we had the pleasure of taking a trip to Turin, Italy. From mid-July until mid-August, we stayed in this lovely city in the heart of Piedmont along the River Po. We found our apartment on AirBnb, conveniently located in the center of the city just off of via Garibaldi


3 Vegan-Friendly Gelaterias in Turin



Gelato and Sorbet are everywhere in Italy and Turin is no exception. The Torinese are known for having a sweet tooth, so it should come as no surprise that we have tried some delightfully exquisite gelatos, sorbets and granitas during our summer in Turin. You must keep in mind that not all sorbets are


Las Vegas: More Vegan Eats at the Wynn



You may have seen my earlier post on Society Café at the Wynn Las Vegas. I was only in Vegas for 2 nights in December 2012. There are plenty of other restaurants that offer vegan options at the Wynn. I thought I would like to share some of their menus here, just for reference. Please


Las Vegas: Society Café at Wynn



Society Café is one of the vegan-friendly casual dining restaurants at Wynn Las Vegas serving American cuisine. The menu has a small section of vegan dishes such as the infamous "Wynn" Double Down burger. We enjoyed our dinner at the Society Café and the service was sterling. Our server (I wish I knew his name,


Bogotá: Restaurante WOK



Restaurante WOK is a vegan-friendly Colombian restaurant chain, serving a variety of Asian cuisines. There are 11 locations as of February 2013. The restaurant has clearly-marked vegetarian options on the menu, but some dishes contain eggs (huevos) or honey (miel) which I will specify later in this post. The waitresses are very attentive to our