Fondu. Raclette. Pierre chaude. Traditional alpine dishes that strike fear into the hearts of vegans on skiing and snowboarding holidays. Resorts are slowly catching up (with Alpe d’Huez getting an honourable mention for the best options found so far), but as a vegan, you still won’t be going to the Alps for the food. Unfortunately Meribel, Courcheval and Val Thorens are no different. Most restaurants, both in town and on the mountain will do fries and a green salad. Beyond that, you’re often out of…Continue Reading “Eating vegan in the mountains of cheese: Meribel and the 3 Valleys”
This post originally started out with an introductory paragraph laying out all the tropes about the French liking cheese and meat. But there’s plenty of vegan blogs you can go and read someone’s attempt to wax lyrical about the City of Lights, so here’s a straight up list of vegan places in Paris.
Earlier this week, I took part in a panel hosted by WeWork in Moorgate for the launch of their Creator Awards. My two co-panellists were inspiring examples of people using technology to tell stories and uncover secrets in their own individual ways.