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Vegan Eating Out

Hi! When I used to be out with a friend I never knew what I could order to eat being a vegan. I thought, how great would it be if I had a list to look over in advance before I do something? I decided to gather information from a number of popular chain restaurants and fast food places and put it together on a website. Please check it out and let me know what you think!

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http://www.veganeatingout.com

I'd like to make a request- Izzo's Illegal Burrito!

I haven't done any research other than asking the servers. They said their beans and rice are vegetarian, but I never did ask about vegan. Their stuff is really great, it's like Subway with burritos instead of subs!

I trust you guys to do better research than I could... y'know... if you're bored or curious... because I'd like to know! I want MDVegan to visit me and I gotta know if I can take her to Izzo's!

  ;D

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Wow, I totally just noticed Izzo's is only in Baton Rouge it seems.... that may be why it's not listed.

Louisiana gets no veggie lovin'.
:-[

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The Greenery,s pasta salad is vegan!

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Wow, I totally just noticed Izzo's is only in Baton Rouge it seems.... that may be why it's not listed.

Louisiana gets no veggie lovin'.
:-[

understatement of the year! i live in nola and pretty much eat veggie sushi and vietnamese when i go out.. and maybe taco bell..

add roly poly to the list of restaraunts that have vegan options, just 99% of their dressings have milk/eggs in them..

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This is awesome, thanks veo!

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In Victoria BC Canada:

Mo:Le @ 554 Pandora Ave  http://www.molerestaurant.ca/
Bliss Cafe @ 556 Pandora Ave (100% Raw Vegan)  http://www.cafebliss.ca/
The Lotus Pond @ 617 Johnson St (100% Vegan)
Green Cuisine @ 5-560 Johnson St http://www.greencuisine.com/
Re-Bar @ 50 Bastion Square http://www.rebarmodernfood.com/

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Umm, I don't know if you took this into account, but..... Some restaurants change the recipes around a little from the corporation. Like putting chicken stock in rice, butter in most vegetables, butter rubbed on potatoes, butter put on noodles to soften them, or butter (or egg) rubbed on the top of home-made bread. There's other non-vegan things they do, but you get the idea. The head chef gets a little room to put his "touch" on things.  :-\

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