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Vegan in Prague: Pastva

The most famous sight in Prague is probably the Charles Bridge, the magnificent stone thoroughfare over the Vltava, marked with statues and constantly swarming with tourists.  Crossing that bridge always brings out conflicting emotions in me:  frustration at how slowly … Continue reading

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MiniMoFo: The Pasta Factory, Manchester

March’s MiniMoFo prompt is for filled or stuffed food.  It seems like the ideal time to share a meal that consisted of both sweet and savoury ravioli! I don’t know about you, but for me the name The Pasta Factory … Continue reading

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Top 5 UK Vegan Products

Living abroad has many perks, but of course there’s a downside too.  Quite often my students in Prague ask me what I miss most about the UK.  Next time someone asks, I shall refer them to this post! Here are … Continue reading

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Vegan in Prague: Etnosvet Bistro

It’s entirely possible that I am never going to run out of vegan eateries to review in Prague:  there are so many of them!  Last year I told you about Etnosvet,  a fancy vegetarian restaurant.  Well, here’s it’s all-vegan spin-off, located … Continue reading

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MiniMoFo: A Love Affair with Pizza

February’s MiniMoFo prompt is the colour red, in keeping with the romantic mood this month.  I was racking my brains thinking of a red meal I’d had at a restaurant that I could review, when Dr HH pointed out the … Continue reading

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Vegan in Manchester: Tampopo

Like most couples, when Dr HH and I first began courting we used to go to a lot of effort to see each other.  I was working until 6pm in the city centre while he was working long hours as … Continue reading

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Vegan in Manchester: The Allotment

I’ve been meat-free for long enough to remember the days when most eateries just had the one vegetarian option, and nine times out of ten it was mushroom risotto.  It’s great to live in these exciting times of all vegan … Continue reading

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