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Vegan food on Turkish Airlines

 

I traveled with Turkish Airlines from Venice to Kuala Lumpur in 2018.

Before the flight me and my boyfriend decided to try two different kind of meals: VGML (traditional vegan) and VJML (jain vegan), so that we could compare and share.

Every single meal that we tried was delicious! VGML usaually had rice with curry or pasta with veggies, while VJML had samosa and falafel (and rice with curry as well).

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Vegan inflight meals

vegan inflight meals
vegan inflight meals

 

The first time a took a flight I was 16, I had no idea of what I had to do or where I had to go.

Imagine my surprise when I saw a flight attendant offering me a meal!

I was so shocked that I just refused it 🙂

On my way back I recovered from the surprise and I tried it. I don’t remember if I was a vegetarian back then or if I still ate fish, but I think I managed to eat something.

Things have changed a lot from that moment, and I can now suggest you how to book you favorite vegan inflight meals.

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Vegan food in Kuala Lumpur

vegan food Sentral Station
vegan food Sentral Station

 

Kuala Lumpur is such a huge city that it’s not difficult to find your perfect kind of food...the question is: can we find CHEAP vegan food there? The answer is yes!

To be honest I have to admit that the my first 2 days there were pretty complicated, as I didn’t find the huge amount of accidentally vegan food that I’m used to have in other places like Thailand, most of all because I didn’t want to pay western prices for that.

But now that I’ve experienced myself how to find the best local vegan food in Kuala Lumpur I can share my discoveries with you 🙂

I will give tips about 3 different areas, which are the ones that I likes best:

Sentral Station, Brikfields and Bukit Kewangan (close to the Masjid Jamek Mosque)

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Vegan food in Bali (Ubud, Candidasa and Nusa Dua)

vegan food in Bali
vegan food in Bali

 

When I left for Bali I was ready to land to a vegan paradise, and I wasn’t disappointed.

It’s actually easy to find vegan food in Bali and, most important, you don’t need to look for it in western-looking restaurants but you can enjoy local dishes instead.

Nevertheless, I think you should be aware of a huge difference that you will find between Ubud and other areas...here’s my experience.

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