Top five vegetarian friendly countries
The mighty sub-continent is a haven for veggies. With a massive 20-40 percent of Indians estimated to be vegetarian themselves, India claims the single biggest population of vegetarians in the world. Most food for sale in supermarkets is marked…
The mighty sub-continent is a haven for veggies. With a massive 20-40 percent of Indians estimated to be vegetarian themselves, India claims the single biggest population of vegetarians in the world. Most food for sale in supermarkets is marked with special labelling to aid veggies’ selection and almost all restaurants serve delicious vegetarian food.
The Brits have one of the most advanced vegetarian cultures in the world and meat-free food is widely available in almost every town in the country. Most restaurants offer vegetarian options and food products are generally well labelled to aid vegetarian’s choice.
In most of central and south Thailand, vegetarianism is recognised and vegetarians are well provided for. There are many traditional Thai dishes that use only vegetables, noodles or rice, which will keep veggies well fed. Fish and oyster sauce are common ingredients and condiments in Thai cuisine and may be difficult to avoid completely, but if you ask nicely you should be able to order food without them.
It’s easy to be a vegetarian in Turkey with its wide range of delicious meat-free foods such as couscous, hummus, stuffed vine leaves and roast vegetables. In fact, a lot of Turkish cuisine is so tasty that it will even have non-vegetarians’ mouths watering at the thought.
Due to Jewish Kosher laws that mean Kosher food cannot contain pork or shell fish and that meat and dairy cannot be combined, Israel is a relatively easy country for vegetarians to find suitable fodder. Add to this the abundance of Mediterranean food such as falafel and hummus, and vegetarians should have a relatively easy time finding suitable food.
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