“A Practical Guide to Travelling as a Vegan” [Love Holidays]
Devon has got a lot of attractive places to eat if you want to enjoy a vegan meal: 17 best restaurants for vegan food in Devon – Vegan Food & Living
It’s also got some great vegan food to be picked up and taken away: Devon officially makes Britain’s best vegan and steak pies – Devon Live and TV naturalist Chris Packham plugs Devon bakery’s vegan pies and quiche – Devon Live
As for Sidmouth, there’s increasing choice. Vegan Restaurants in Sidmouth, England and The 10 Best Vegan Restaurants in Sidmouth (Updated 2023)
And interestingly, you can have you cake and eat it:
For pizza: Menu – Pizza Butlers Sidmouth
For traditional sweets: The Old Sweet Shop – Sidmouth – Sweet Shop, Traditional
The Herald is certainly interested in the vegan diet: Plant-based diets may be linked to lower cholesterol levels – study | Sidmouth Herald
Finally, here’s a helpful and informative resource from the Love Holidays website:
“A Practical Guide to Travelling as a Vegan”
It shares useful information such as:
- Eye-opening stats about our changing dietary habits: in 2021 it was predicted that 12 million people in the UK will have a meat-free diet, and the percentage of vegan Brits has risen from 0.25% in 2014 to 1.16% in 2019.
- How to travel as a vegan – including tips on researching trips, knowing about destinations, and helpful phrases for ordering vegan food abroad.
- Advice on vegan-friendly travel apps and websites to help you plan where to eat and common mistakes to avoid as a vegan traveller.
- Other useful links and resources for travellers with specific dietary requirements.
Many people are finding this guide helpful for planning future travels.