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lately ive found it weirdly harder to find different vegetarian foods with most places being sold out of or not offering many options so wondered whats some good places to try.

wonderingsoul
4 days ago
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ACR
ACR4 days ago

It really depends on where you live. If you're in London their are lots of places to choose from. I'd recommend atis (https://atisfood.com/), for fast and healthy food. They have a few locations and most of their menu is vegetarian or vegan.

A good online resource is https://www.happycow.net/ If you enter your location they will give you a list of places serving vegetarian & vegan food. This website is also good if you are travelling 🥦

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wonderingsoul
wonderingsoul
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4 days ago

thanks, ive never herd of the happycow ill be sure to check them out 🙂

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lornaae
lornaae4 days ago

If you’re looking for supermarket foods, Asda have a large selection of vegan/vegetarian options, Tesco have a good selection as well although not great in some smaller stores, Aldi have some great products, Sainsbury’s and M&S too. I buy a lot of the Asda own brand plant based selection, have found they are really nice and reasonably priced, don’t really have issues with availability either 🙂

Hope this helps 🙂

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Sarahvwomble
Sarahvwomble3 days ago

Not been to shops for a long time,and many years since in a restaurant but recently had online orders from Ocado and Waitrose and both have dozens of items for mains ,sweets and everything really, nearly all in stock and ones ordered arrived...

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc3 days ago

Is buying food from supermarkets an option? That for me is better than eating at food courts. Plus, since you're buying the food yourself you know how it's cleaned, cooked and what you can add (if anything to it).

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wonderingsoul
wonderingsoul
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3 days ago

thank you all for your input here, i defiantly think buying and cooking myself is the easiest and safer option, it was more of an ask for going out as its always a bit awkward having to ask what meals are suitable and stuff, i tend to use subway a lot as theyre awesome for seeing food being prepared.

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