Vegan Vacations Possible with Planning

By Theriault, Myscha | Telegraph - Herald (Dubuque), March 10, 2013 | Go to article overview

Vegan Vacations Possible with Planning


Theriault, Myscha, Telegraph - Herald (Dubuque)


Traveling while maintaining personal convictions regarding the consumption of animal products can make for tough times, particularly when you're tackling unfamiliar destinations.

Here are a handful of tips for navigating brand choices, family highway boredom and happy hour.

Snacks

Peta.org provides a listing of sinful goodies suitable for packing in the car or your daypack. Candy selections include such things as Brach's orange slices and Jolly Rancher lollipops, while the listing of crunchy munchies contains such classics as Fritos and original-flavored Cracker Jacks.

The site also lists Hubba Bubba gum, which can provide families with the opportunity to blow off steam at highway rest stops in the form of bubble blowing contests. If you're traveling with competitive kids, extended road trips come with a rematch schedule built into the itinerary.

Supplies

Knowing where to restock your necessities affordably is a huge part of taking an extended vegan getaway.

Independent health food stores can provide a starting point for things like Kiss My Face bar soap and deodorant, while larger franchised establishments such as Whole Foods allow one-stop stocking for both personal care products and tantalizing beach barbecue supplies. Vegan marshmallows and store brand, cruelty-free body lotion are out there, as are veggie dogs and replacement tubes of vegan lipstick.

Solutions

Most diners offer toasted English muffins that can be prepared without margarine. Consider substituting peanut butter instead and ordering a fruit cup on the side. …

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