Announcement! 2 Vegans 1 Country Hits the Road!

26th September 2017

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Guys! I’m very excited to unveil a project that has been in the making for some time now. I’ve been working loads behind the scene between Berlin and Prague since the Summer to get this baby on the road, and I can finally spill the beans. And let’s hope there will be a lot of beans! Next month, my friend and fellow vegan travel blogger Randi, from the travel websites Just a Pack and Veggie Visa and I are joining forces to discover the German vegan food scene beyond Berlin (well, also in Berlin!)

Randi and I met in Bangkok two years ago and discovered our shared passion for donuts and burgers, and so it only made sense that we unite our voices in order to stuff our faces with delicious vegan food and share it on our blogs. We’ll be visiting Berlin, Leipzig, Frankfurt, Munich and Hamburg to taste all the vegan food and we’ll be documenting it on our blogs for you to drool all over your keyboard.

Berlin has a reputation amongst vegan travelers for being one of the best, if not the best city to be vegan in, but what about the rest of the country? Currywurst only? NEIN! Guess what: there’s also vegan currywurst! We’re using Berlin as a springboard to help spread the vegan love through the whole of the country and debunk the myth that the rest of Germany is just a land of sausages and schnitzel!

Our goal is to educate fellow vegan travelers about the best vegan dining and accommodation options in Germany. We’ll spend the month of October traveling by train and eating absolutely everything vegan that comes our way, our trusty GoEuro app in hand (honestly, why spend time trying to make sense of the DB website when GoEuro has everything laid out in English for you and the prices are the same!)

Are you a vegan living in any Berlin, Leipzig, Frankfurt, Munich or Hamburg? We’d love to hear from you! Help us discover the bestest your city has to offer. And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram for behind the scenes and live stories.

I’m hungryyyyyyy!!!!

17 thoughts on “Announcement! 2 Vegans 1 Country Hits the Road!

  1. Natalie

    Wow! I don’t know anything about eating vegan anymore (I was a vegetarian 25 years ago, when I was in my teens), but my current food needs don’t really make vegan eating on my radar EXCEPT that nowadays a lot of vegan stuff is also gluten free. Which is great for me because I’m celiac and can’t eat gluten.

    I also wouldn’t expect Berlin to be a hotspot for vegan food! That’s actually pretty cool to know. Again, because sometimes, I also benefit by being able to eat great food that won’t make me sick!

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  2. noel

    That’s an excellent way to combine sources to share the knowledge and places worth visiting to your attentive audience. Great idea in doing a project that highlights your interest and shared focus on Vegan dining.

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  3. Fiona Maclean

    I’m not vegan, but I’m looking forward to hearing more. I know I was really surprised to hear that Ghent in The Netherlands was a great place for Vegans – have you tried there?

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  4. Hannah Lukaszewicz

    Safe travels ladies! Bangkok is a great place to meet similar minded people, it’s our favorite city in the world. More an more cities have great vegan options, I am not vegan but have vegan friends.

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  5. Skye Class

    Very cool. I’m not vegan myself, but I do enjoy vegan food, and I also plan to explore more of Germany in the near future. I’ll be looking forward to more of your posts on the subject!

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  6. Nisha

    Wow. This is going to be interesting. We are vegetarians from India (which is like Vegan + dairy:) ). This summer when we were in Germany we actually did not have much problems with food but I must mention the dairy product part helped us a lot. We just touched Berlin this time , hope to be there again next year. Would love to taste Vegan Currywurst for sure 🙂

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  7. Suruchi

    I am a Vegan and would love to know about the vegan options in Germany and other countries. This is surely going to be interesting and will follow you guys.

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  8. Divyakshi Gupta

    This is such a wonderful initiative! Fell in love with the idea as I am a vegetarian and I know how difficult it is to be a vegan or a vegetarian traveller especially in Europe! Will keep an eye for your updates! Who thought Berlin could be vegan friendly! I hope you two dig out the best places ever:)

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