Tel Aviv has been repeatedly named the #1 vegan culinary destination in the world. Here is where generations-old traditional vegan and vegetarian cuisine meet innovative young chefs to deliver a truly unique culinary experience, a one-of-a-kind savory adventure for food lovers, whether you are vegan or not.
In our 2.5-hour tour, you will taste the best dishes of the top vegan restaurants in Tel Aviv, handpicked by true foodies.
Between the bites, we will talk about the philosophy and history of veganism, break all myths around it and learn about healthy nutrition.
Make sure to come hungry!
A vegan food tour in Florence is a must if you want combine your passion for history and food. Feel the beat of the local streets, taste charming off-the-radar eats. Stroll through the historical heart of Sant’Ambrogio, one of the most genuine and “Florentine” neighbourhoods of the city.
We start with a traditional Italian style breakfast at a vegan cafe. Forget about American coffee. Here you will taste a pure Italian espresso with a delicious pastry with no dairy products. The best way to perk up and start the day caffeinated! Then our visit heads to Sant’Ambrogio market, a historical market built in 1873 after the destruction of the main city market in Piazza della Repubblica. In the market we try the most traditional food of Florence: schiacciata (our focaccia), pizza, cecina (a kind of fresh focaccia made with chickpeas’ flour), caponata di verdure (stewed vegetables), and pasta e fagioli (pasta with beans, so good!).
The last stop is at a local chocolate producer, where we have a chocolate and gelato tasting. We also discover all the secrets of gelato and good chocolate. We also have a wine tasting, to toast with some biodynamic wine of Italy (with a vegan certification) and try a delicious sandwich. Most guests that take the tour leave full.
Waltz around Vancouver’s Gastown guided by one of Vancouver’s in the know foodies and enjoy a multi-course vegan lunch with our newest tour, Vancouver Vegan Food Tour.
Stops could include one of Vancouver’s best pizza spots, vegan or not, a veggie-filled bowl with locally-made tempeh and Kombucha, and perhaps dairy-free gelato! All stops have a beverage pairing too.
Did you know that in 1896 Dr, J.H. Kellogg invented a peanut-based Nuttose, one of the first widely available meat substitutes made with peanut meal, soy, corn, and rice flour? Thankfully we have so many more meatless-options available today.
This vegan tour is enjoyable for non-vegans too, and has nearly converted a few (we’ve been told)