Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 32:18 — 37.4MB) | EmbedHappyCow is an online directory for vegan/vegetarian/and veg-friendly eateries around the world. Simply put, it’s a lifesaver when eating out and traveling!
If you’ve ever doubted how fast the vegan movement is growing, this interview will be a real eye-opener. We discuss the wonderful options of vegan food around the world, how many new vegan eateries are opening, tips on how to travel vegan, and where are the best places in the world for vegan food.
Warning, this episode may make you hungry and want to travel!
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I absolutely loved this, learnt so much. Great “happy guy” and what an amazing thing he has done to bring this app to mainstream and help us Vegan’s out when we venture into the minefield of “eating out”.xx
Glad you enjoyed this episode and learned something too 🙂 haha, yes, a happy guy from happy cow! Thanks so much x
Such a nice episode, I love how you already have different formats in your podcast even though you are so new to podcasts. Everything is so incredibly professional and fun to listen to! 🙂 Please go on with your great work! P.S. Just used happycow to find a new lunch place at work and took two non vegan colleagues with me and we all loved it! ??? Happy Cow for the win!!
Thank you so much, glad you’re enjoying the show 🙂 And that’s really great to hear about your lunch!
I enjoy listening to your podcasts during my daily walk. Thanks for sharing them! I found the link to the vegan explanatory cards in many languages that Ken talked about: https://www.happycow.net/forum/travel/vegan-explanatory-card-in-83-languages/884
That’s great to hear and thanks for sharing this link!
🙂 There is an app called “V-Cards” that is pretty much an app form of the vegan passport! Super handy and portable/easy to look the language up. You just select the language you need and will give a translation in that language of “I AM VEGAN. Plant foods only please! NO MEAT. No mammal, bird, fish, seafood, insect, sauce, broth. NO EGG. No whites, albumen, yolk. NO DAIRY. No milk, cheese, yogurt, whey, casein, lactose. NO ANIMAL PRODUCTS. No honey, gelatin, lard, oil, blood, bone, fat.” It’s really awesome! Hopefully some day I’ll actually get to travel and use it haha!
Fantastic! This is so amazing to hear … thanks for sharing.
In fact we’ve just updated it! https://vegan.cards/v-cards-2-youre-vegan-in-100-languages/
Awesome, thanks for sharing this update!
I really enjoyed this episode, I didn’t know that the number of vegan restaurants is growing so rapidly, that’s amazing to hear and very inspiring!! Thank you so much for your work, I love listening to your podcast on my bike ride to work (18km). Lots of love and support from germany 🙂
Hello, I think your blog might be having browser compatibility issues. When I look at your blog site in Firefox, it looks fine but when opening in Internet Explorer, it has some overlapping. I just wanted to give you a quick heads up! Other then that, awesome blog!
Thanks for the heads up. We’re pretty sure it’s the theme we are using… it’s had multiple compatibility and responsive issues 🙁 As a result, we’re working towards building a new website. By the way, on what device are you seeing overlap in Internet Explorer? We can’t see any overlap in Internet Explorer on our Windows 15.6″ laptop or Android phone.
FUN FACT: the name ‘KROWARZYWA’ comes from two words combined: KROWA = ‘cow’ and WARZYWA = vegetables. Their logo is a minimalistic depiction of plants forming a cow’s head 🙂 so no wonder that Happy Cow likes them so much 😀 but it’s not just Warsaw and other towns in Poland are becoming vegan friendly! I live in Cracow and there are so many 100%-vegan or just vegan-friendly places, even vegan catering companies 🙂
What a fun fact indeed Martyna! Thanks for listening and for your insightful comment 🙂