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VeganMoFo 2018: Alaska, Berlin

Cuisine:  Spanish Tapas comes from the Spanish word meaning ‘lid’ or ‘cover’, and it’s rumoured that it started as a hunk of bread or little plate covering a glass to protect the booze inside from flies.  Whether that’s true or … Continue reading

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VeganMoFo 2018: Cat Tuong, Berlin

Cuisine:  Vietnamese Vietnam has a special place in my heart, as I lived there for two and a half years when I first started teaching English. And so too does Vietnamese food. Although I was only vegetarian at the time, … Continue reading

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Vegan in Berlin: Veganz Haul

We didn’t spend all out time in Berlin eating brunch – we also did a bit of shopping so we could take some delicious food home with us!  Check out all this loot from Veganz in Berlin, the biggest and … Continue reading

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Vegan in Berlin: Brammibal’s Donuts

Vegan donuts have started popping up in Prague at last, but really, I think we have to thank Brammibal’s Donuts in Berlin for blazing that trail.  We went about a year and a half ago when they had first opened, … Continue reading

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MiniMoFo: A Tale of Two Berlin Brunches

Following a month of intense cooking and blogging, November’s MiniMoFo theme of lazy is more than welcome!  I’m not sure how well this post really matches the theme – a long, leisurely brunch feels lazy and indulgent, but at the … Continue reading

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Vegan MoFo 2016: Vegan in Berlin

Berlin is one of the greatest cities in the world: it’s a fascinating city, and I love the atmosphere there.  And it certainly helps that it is indeed vegan heaven.  In February, Dr HH and I popped along for a … Continue reading

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Vegan in Berlin (Again)

Dr HH and I just can’t get enough of Berlin.  We have abandoned all pretence of going to partake in the cultural and historical side of things – now we can openly admit that we just go there to eat. … Continue reading

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