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Vegan in Granada: Hicuri

Like most British people my age, my primary association with gazpacho soup will always be the dying words of Arnold Rimmer in Red Dwarf. I don’t think the UK generally has the weather for cold soup, and I think it … Continue reading

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Vegan in Malaga: MIMO Vegan Bistro

Has the sea ever looked so inviting?! I envy people who can take their government approved daily walk anywhere more attractive than a city park right now! On our trip to Andalusia last October we were flying back from Malaga … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Pastva (Take Three)

Well, how is everyone? I’m about to start Day 8 of mandatory, company-wide work from home. All cafes, restaurants, bars, and non-essential shops have been closed for 9 days now with the exception of those eateries operating from a takeaway … Continue reading

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Vegan in Paris: Janine Loves Sunday and Cloud Cakes

It’s strange to think that just a couple of months ago I was popping over to Paris for a last minute weekend away, and thinking nothing of it. Now the Czech Republic has essentially closed its borders, and I can’t … Continue reading

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Vegan in Granada: El Ojú

Dr HH often berates me for my unwillingness to share food, even though I’ve considerably improved since we first met and I used to scowl and harrumph if he asked for so much as a chip (in my defence, he … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Dim Sum Spot

I had been hoping and expecting to have a lot of dim sum in the coming weeks – Dr HH and I had a two week trip to Beijing, Taipei, and Hong Kong booked. That’s no longer on the cards … Continue reading

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Vegan in Granada: El Piano

There used to be a branch of El Piano in York which people raved about: Dr HH and I went there once and found it a bit overrated. I was intrigued to see that they also had a branch in … Continue reading

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