Hard to believe, but after a long silence, The Veggie Wanderer is finally showing signs of activity again! As I’m sure you’ve noticed, it has been fairly silent since August one here. This blog was originally started as a food & travel blog with a wild mix of topics – general travel tips, posts about our journeys, recipes and ideas on being a vegetarian traveller. While it was fun coming up with new ideas, I found that I was trying to cover too much ground. And frankly, it is quite hard to keep a travel-related blog running when you’re too broke to actually travel frequently. I didn’t want to share a pile of pre-chewed, seo-optimised articles, so I rather remained inactive and thought about what to change. Then I decided to refocus on vegan recipes inspired by different cuisines, since I have a mild obsession with food anyway and this way, I still get to live out my wanderlust a little by exploring dishes from all over the world and turning them into vegan versions.
So it’s official – The Veggie Wanderer is now a vegan food blog! The new layout is live, I have changed the menu and more content is coming up soon. Stay tuned for my experiments with Baltic, German and Balkan cuisine, to name but a few.
This is the food philosophy for TVW’s new fantastic self:
All my recipes on here are free of animal products and thus suitable for vegans.
Whenever possible, I try to use local and seasonal produce.
I try to use affordable ingredients that are available in most places.
I usually make my dishes from scratch with natural ingredients.
I’m not a fan of pre-prepared ingredients and use expensive meat replacements sparingly.