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Is France finally set to embrace vegetarianism? – The Local

By Oliver Gee (www.thelocal.fr) | October 1, 2015 Life has always been hard for vegetarians in the land of steak tartare, foie gras and boeuf bourguignon but the times they are a changing. The vegetable enlightenment has finally reached France, but how far will it go? Ask any vegetarian in France about their dining lives and they’re bound to tell you two things – Firstly “It’s difficult” and secondly, “it’s a hell of a lot better than it used to …

French lawmaker is proposing all schools go vegetarian! • The Raw Food World News

… have plenty of choices.  It appears that U.S. schools are not obligated to provide meal options that meet requirements of religious beliefs or even dietary beliefs outside of allergies or health concerns. (2) In the U.S., we have laws that protect religious beliefs in regards to dress and grooming, yet our schools do not take religious dietary needs into account! It appears that France will be taking this step!  A lawmaker will introduce a draft bill asking that vegetarian meals be obligatory …

Vegan restaurants convince consumers that the vegan trend is here to stay! • The Raw Food World News

… as Beyond Meats and Impossible Foods are creating products that closely resemble meat products for meat lovers, and many restaurants are offering vegetarian or vegan items on the menus. (2) There has never been a better time in history to take the plunge into the vegetarian lifestyle! A worldwide coffee and sandwich shop asked their customers if they would like to have a meat-free shop.  The UK based, Pret A Manger, has sites in the UK, US, France, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.  CEO, Clive Schlee, …

French Lawmaker Wants Mandatory Vegetarian Menu at School – ABC News

By Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press | August 21, 2015 France has been grappling with how to reconcile religious beliefs with secular values when it comes to pork in school lunches. One lawmaker’s solution: vegetarian meals. After banning Muslim headscarves in classrooms in 2004, France is now tackling what to put on the plates of observant Muslim and Jewish schoolchildren, who by tradition don’t eat pork. The proposal by lawmaker Yves Jego to serve vegetarian meals as the mandatory …

A vegetarian in France? Good luck with that … | Herald Scotland

… “Bonjour” for him to know he was facing a serious smoker, but still a bit harsh, I thought. Anyway, as I wrote at the time, he sent me for every test imaginable and all came up absolutely fine. Some better than that, actually; much to my own surprise. To continue reading this article, please click on this link: Source: A vegetarian in France? Good luck with that … | Herald Scotland …

A vegetarian in France | LearnEnglishTeens

I absolutely love French cuisine, and the food available in the south of France is one of the highlights of living here so far. Ingredients are good quality, fresh and very tasty, and eating in restaurants (although more expensive than I am used to) is an amazing experience! Even at tiny corner shops or bakeries, the vegetables are locally sourced and the bread was baked that very morning. This country does not survive on microwave meals, ready-made sauces and takeaways. However, the only …

10 Best Thai Vegetarian Recipes – NDTVCooks.com

… with noodles. If you ever happen to be in Thailand, you shouldn’t miss out on their sticky rice or puffed rice cakes. Thai food borrows heavily from China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Laos, Burma, France, Portugal and other neighbouring countries including India. The Portuguese would take away the credit to introduce chillies to Thailand whereas noodles and steel wok were brought in by the Chinese. There is a lot of stewing, marinating, baking and grilling that goes into Thai cuisine. The …

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