“Do vegetarians and vegans get enough proteins?” To answer this infamous question I decided to list the sources of vegetarian & vegan proteins below. There are so many healthy vegetarian sources of proteins out there other than meat or fish. If you include these foods into diet it is very possible to get enough proteins- you just need to know where to find them 🙂
Many Europeans enjoy a “Raclette Night” on New Years Eve and my husband from Australia asked me with huge eyes “What the heck is Raclette?” Well, Raclette is a delicious and leisurely way to enjoy an entire evening with family and friends, eating for hours around the “Raclette-Grill” and creating little cheezy delights!
There is no better time to be in Germany than during Christmas! True, the weather is not something you would want to experience thanks’ to it‘s icy weather, however every city in Germany show cast their lovely „Winter Wonderlands“ the Christmas Markets! Explore the little wooden stalls offering one of the best German street foods available or enjoy beautiful handcrafted Christmas decorations and arts. Come and check Hamburg’s Christmas Market on Spitaler Strasse with me….
Each time I visit Hamburg and I crave some Sushi I go to Jam Jam. Why? Because they offer an “All you can eat” Sushi Train with loads of vegetarian and vegan choices!!! All I can say to this is “Jam Jam” !
When I think of Italy and food I think of Pizza, Pasta and Pannini. Oh yeah, Italy is the carb Paradise and it’s the same here in Palermo. Finding vegan food in Italy is not easy as they love their cheese. But finding vegetarian food is another story altogether, depending of what type of “Veggo” you are! Check out some vegetarian street foods I was able to discover in Palermo!
Walking the beautiful Coastal walk or just visiting Bondi for its lovely fine sandy beach get’s you really hungry and as a vegetarian and or vegan you can recharge at Miss Chu’s Vietnamese Restaurant with a vegan Pho Soup or Dumplings!