The Rough Part of Veganism

For me, the hardest part of being a vegan is finding new places to eat when in a new area.

I’m sure it’s easier to find places to eat nowadays than it was years ago, but it’s still somewhat hard when you’re a little picky.

Now that we’ve moved to a new state, I’ve been on the lookout for vegan-friendly or all vegan restaurants.  I came across a vegan Thai cuisine restaurant, but I haven’t tried it yet.  When it comes to oriental food I’m very particular about what I eat.  But I have decided that I will try it at some point, but preferably with someone who enjoys Thai food in case I don’t like it.

In the meantime I’ve been making my own food, which I usually prefer.  However, with the start of my senior year of online school and looking for a job, I’m somewhat limited on time.  I have the time now until I get a job, but hopefully I won’t have to search for one for too long.

I’m thinking it might be a good idea if I make a few different meals and freeze them so I’ll have something on hand if I don’t have time or feel like cooking.  Salads are easy too.

I guess it’s not that hard being vegan.

sly

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About Sly Campbell

Sly is a 18 year old college student who enjoys photography, riding his bike, cooking vegan meals, reading, and web design. Oh, he enjoys writing too. View all posts by Sly Campbell

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