Jun 21 # 1 of 13
I'm going on a road trip with some relatives, including a vegan brother. I think it will really affect where/how we take our meals. I wouldn't want to be stranded somewhere without him having anything proper to eat.
Jun 24 # 2 of 13
The folks that I know that are vegan say they've never had trouble finding vegan food while traveling. I'm not so sure about that. Our librarian and I took a vegetarian friend to a Vietnamese pho soup place, and the only vegetarian thing they had was the pho noodles and hot water. Not much of a lunch, and we felt bad.
Jun 26 # 3 of 13
Where are you going? Or where will you be passing through? Sometimes it's so hard to find healthy treats let alone vegetarian or vegan! I have noticed that more and more convenience stores are starting to carry things like fresh fruit though. Have you ever heard of a company called Just Tomatoes? We love to buy the dehydrated strawberries they have. And now the company has more dehydrated foods and as their name suggests, each food is ONLY that food. No added ingredients anywhere. I keep meaning to buy my own dehydrater to do that.
Jul 1 # 4 of 13
Most major grocery stores now carry vegan food. They have the vegan sausages and breakfast foods at least. If you cant find it I would ask a manager. The Walmart superstores have some vegan foods for sure. I have seen them there.
Jul 1 # 5 of 13
Yeah, I would probably stop at grocery stores to get items to eat. As someone who is one a restricted diet (no dairy or soy products), I don't expect others to go out of their way to accomodate me, i just make do with what's available somewhere and then eat my own meal later if there's not something appropriate available at the time. I'm sure those who are vegan would be understanding.