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Tag: travel

Hatchback Hash: Easy Indian Chickpea-Potato Wrap Recipe

I admit it: I’ve fallen hard for hatchback cooking. After a couple of long car trips in which I cooked all our own food, I’m sold on the idea — we eat so much better that way, and cheaper too! I tinkered up this simple chickpea-potato wrap recipe at a rest stop recently, and it’s now officially one of my travel staples. These vegan wraps are tasty lightly grilled on each side, but work just fine without any cooking at all: the perfect hatchback lunch!

Eating Vegan in Austin, part 2

Since Austin has so many great places to find healthy, vegan, gluten free and other tasty special diet eats, I thought I’d come back for round 2! Such a great Texas city that combines the hip and cool with great southern charm, check out some other fantastic places to visit when in Austin!

Where To Go Green In California Wine Country

California often leads the county in sustainability efforts and our wineries are no exception. If you’re traveling in wine country this summer and wondering which wineries to visit that are leading the way in sustainability, The Wine Institute offers this run down by region.

Eating Vegan at National Restaurant Chains

You never know when you are heading out for a meal with a group and need to do the best you can with the menu you are given. No matter where you may be in the U.S. (and Canada), you should have no problem finding a decent meal at any of the places on the list below. Obviously, chain restaurants aren’t ideal most of the time, but part of eating vegan in social situations is about showing that veganism isn’t all about sacrifice, right? For a lot of folks, eating out at these big chains is where it’s at.

Vegan Food Trucks are Sweeping The Nation

Looking for tasty, vegan food on the go? Look no further than local food trucks. Check out our food truck list, and if you see something missing, tell us about the vegan food trucks in your area!