kallefs wrote:Welcome! Germany seems pretty nice to be vegan in.
loveliberate wrote:Boulder is definitely very pleasant in many ways and likely the most vegan friendly locale for hundreds of miles any direction to boot!
I would love to visit Boulder and the Rockies again soon... I have long imagined the german/north side of the Alps to be fairly similar to the Colorado Front Range - what do you think? Also what took you over to Germany?
loveliberate wrote:I live in Portland, Oregon, u$a -aka- the most Vegan-friendly city yet. Please come visit!
I have lived in Colorado before (mostly the Springs) and been to Boulder pretty often but not for several years now... I looked up Ulm & it seems pleasant! The library looks very nice & the design reminds me a fair bit of the Seattle downtown library: http://www.spl.org/locations/central-library With some luck I may visit Italia & Germany in the summer of 2012 - any tips if I do?
DB wrote:Nutritional yeast=Hefeflocken
Gluten=gluten or weizeneiweiss
I know where you can get that stuff in Vorarlberg, Austria, but not in Germany. Unless you want to order online, in which case go to http://www.veganversand.at
Anyhow, welcome aboard.
loveliberate wrote:Here is a guide, in english (y espanol tambien!) and with photos, to vegan food products in Germany: http://ellwangen.blogspot.com/2011/09/v ... rmany.html
Are you familiar with HappyCow.net? They list Vegan & vegan friendly places worldwide. Germany seems to one of the countries with the most vegans & vegan products seem to be widely available. Here is the page for Ulm: http://www.happycow.net/europe/germany/ulm/
Portland is by far my favorite city yet & I've been fortunate enough to visit cities all around the US & 3 other north american countries. Have you visited here? Seattle?
Portlandia? Hmmm.... Does it have a bird on it?
What made you choose Ulm specifically? Berlin is *THE* city that I would most like to visit right now. I have heard great things about Koln & Freiburg - but what attracts you to them? And of course I also want to visit the Alps, anywhere and everywhere that I can - though Austria tends to win out if I was forced to choose one country... So far, I do not know too much about specific towns & natural areas in/near the Alps to visit though so please offer your suggestions!
Are the Baden-Wüttemberg day trip tickets or Bavaria day trip tickets you mention for the train, bus or something else?
HappyCow lists lots of places around Germany. It is very interesting to me that the South of Germany has so many cultural similarities with The South here in the usa - in terms of diet, being highly religious & socially/politically conservative... Perhaps even more interesting is that this "Southerner" trend seems to hold true in many countries!
Yeah, those are the only two I was actually able to figure it out. It took me a lot of googling in the grocery store to achieve that. Do you happened to know what can I do for the earth balance butter? And... supplements? Hmmm, Is this Vorarlberg in Salzburg? Cause I definitely would not mind to take a day trip to Salzburg and get the stuff at the same time.
Either way, thanks again!!!
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