Tag Archives: South America

World Vegetarian Day 2015: 15 things only vegetarians understand | Metro News

By Mandy Mazliah | October 1, 2015 Happy World Vegetarian Day and Vegetarian Awareness Month! In some parts of the world being vegetarian is the norm, and vegetarian food is readily available. Not always so in the UK. Even though there’s about 4 million vegetarians in the UK, restaurants can fool you into thinking it’s still the 1970s. It’s even worse if you go on holiday to Eastern Europe or South America. And, no, we’re not worried about getting anaemic thank you very much. Here are …

Peruvian Cuisine Today — Fusion Flavors and Superfoods | Manuel Villacorta

… incorporating the superfoods I wrote about. I left with a clear sense that Peruvian food truly is the next great world cuisine — especially for people eating particularly healthy, or vegetarian or gluten-free. In recent years Peru has become an internationally recognized gastronomic epicenter for fusion cuisine, named the world’s leading culinary destination by the World of Travel Awards. Lima has emerged as South America’s food capital for creative, delicious, fusion-inspired …

As a Vegetarian Tourist, Here’s How to Plan Meals | Cara Spevick

… common assumption, it seemed, among those who have never been to South America, is that only carnivores can enjoy the cuisine. Vegetarians, let alone picky ones like myself, could be up for a challenge. After experiencing Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro as a hungry tourist, I can now admit that I was naïve to believe I would starve. In fact, I am more than happy to report that the food I ate in South America was hands-down more gratifying than a lot of what I’ve been served in the North. …

Go green for National Vegetarian Week – May 19th to 25th

… these days we know much more about how to prepare and cook vegetables to get the best out of them. For those of us who aren’t au fait with fennel or comfortable with carrots, National Vegetarian Week is a great chance to try your hand at something new. Las Iguanas is a high street restaurant chain that’s got an expansive menu from South America, but they’ve shared some great recipes here to show that you don’t need meat to make a meal. Lucy Harwood at Las Iguanas says: “You wouldn’t …

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