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Janice Stanger, PhD

Janice Stanger, PhD

Posted July 24, 2017

Published in Lifestyle

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Vegan Travel - No Problem!

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Veggie Planet Takes You Around the World on Plant-Powered Food

Veggie Planet, by world traveler Wendy Werneth, shows you how to enjoy tasty plant-based food from 11 cuisines. Wendy includes easy-to-find foods you probably never knew existed from countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Middle East, as well as Mexico. This highly readable, upbeat, and fun book is excellent for anyone who enjoys trying Thumbnail image for Veggie Planet cover - with border resized.jpgnew and flavorful options, at home or while traveling, regardless of their current diet.

Wendy has traveled to 100 countries, and has been vegan for several years. She shows you that vegan travel is a treasure hunt crammed with numerous rewards, from snacks at street vendors, to meals at restaurants, to authentic home-cooked traditional dishes that the locals regularly eat. Her many food descriptions will allow you to enjoy food in abundance, even at places that are only "accidentally vegan."

Not a world traveler? Wendy tells you how to find flavors you might never have known about in restaurants you can choose while touring around the US, or even near your own home.

WENDY, YOUR VEGAN TRAVEL TOUR GUIDE

I had met Wendy through her information-paced site, thenomadicvegan.com, and connected with her to ask her more about Veggie Planet. I was interested in why she is such an avid traveler.

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