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    Default The healty eating guide

    http://www.happycow.net

    here is the link of a site where you can find all the places for vegan and vegetarian things all over the world.

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    Default Re: The healty eating guide

    Wow, they call it 'the healthy eating guide' now?

    I dislike that.
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    Default Re: The healty eating guide

    Me too. It's also misleading as lots of those cafes and restaurants aren't healthy, they sell vegan junk food.

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    Default Re: The healty eating guide

    Thanks, DVP! Very handy. It's interesting to compare the number of places listed between cities. I agree the name's a bit silly, but I hadn't seen this guide before, & I'm pleased to find it.

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    Default Re: The healty eating guide

    Yes Egesa it is good. It's very popular in the UK, I use it all the time when travelling. They have an app now as well which I think will let you know all the vegetarian places nearby.

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    Default Re: The healty eating guide

    Thank you, MD, I just downloaded it. Lots of wrong apps were listed in search results for "Healthy Eating Guide", but I found it with the name "Happy Cow VeginOut".

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    Default Re: The healty eating guide

    I think it's still called Happy Cow isn't it? "The healthy eating guide" seems to be a sort of strapline. I agree it's not a particularly appropriate one although everything is relative I suppose!

    I use their Android app a lot when travelling in mainland Europe and North America as well - the ability to list places in order of distance from (e.g.) your hotel is very useful.

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