Air France as upped it’s vegan food game significantly since I last travelled with them almost 2 years ago. In fact, the Air France vegan meal offering has improved so much that I’d rank it as one of my best vegan plane meals to date. However, the team at Air France HQ have still got some work to do. Despite the (mostly) pleasant experience on my outward flight, their website failed to save my meal selection on the way home, leaving me with no food for my 15 hour trip back. I’ll discuss this, alongside the other things to watch out for, in this post. You can also find my…
Finnair vegan food review
Like most airlines, Finnair offer a vegan ‘special meal’ during their international flights. After years of in-flight food frustration, I wanted to share my experience of the Finnair vegan food options and how they fare versus other airlines. Flying with Finnair I’d never flown with Finnair before. A lot of people I had spoken with before my flight had scoped them out, but not one of them had ever actually flown with them. I’d decided to take a gamble with the airline for my trip from Scotland to Thailand, a decision partially made on the back of my long standing huff with Emirates (watch out vegans – they didn’t arrange…
Guest Interview with Ratu from Ms. Atisa’s kitchen
Ms. Atisa’s kitchen is a new kitchen project established by three Indonesian women – Ratu Lestari, Amelina Nurikka, and Lismita Yelohim. They live in different cities around Indonesia, and come together to share their visions about food, the environment, and living a healthy lifestyle. Their mini meal prep videos are perfect for healthy eating inspiration, and detail easy steps to creating plant-based meals and snacks with an Indonesian twist. We caught up with Ratu to learn more about the work of these three women trying to make a difference …
Guest Interview with Tal Bright from Bright Nomad
Tal Bright writes travel guides and travel planning advice on her blog, Bright Nomad, with a section dedicated to vegan travel. A few months of the year, she travels to Europe and beyond, living a digital nomad lifestyle. The remainder of her time, she spends in her hometown, Tel Aviv – one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the world. As well as her blog, Bright Nomad Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook pages, she also runs Vegan Tel – Aviv. We caught up with her to find out more about her vegan travel planning, and her digital lifestyle.
Vegan in Edinburgh: Part 2
Edinburgh now has a wide variety of vegan restaurants to choose from. This guide will help you find cruelty free food around the capital city.