Is it easy to be vegan in Turkey?

Eating vegan in Turkey was a dream – easy, cheap and super tasty. We were able to eat a big variety of food, got in lots of veggies (something we struggled with in other countries in Europe) and it was really easy to ‘veganise’ a lot of the traditional Turkish dishes.

What country is it easiest to be vegan?

13 Best Countries for Vegan and Vegetarian Travel

  • Israel. Tel Aviv, Israel’s beautiful coastal capital city, has started calling itself the ‘vegan capital of the world’ and no one seems to be arguing with them. …
  • India. …
  • Taiwan. …
  • United States. …
  • Singapore. …
  • UK. …
  • Germany. …
  • Australia.

Is Turkish food spicy?

Is Turkish Food Spicy (hot)? … For the most part, no – Turkish cuisine is a melding of spices and herbs but not particularly hot and spicy. There is however a very traditional Turkish pepper paste that is used in many dishes but again not very “hot”.

What do vegetarians eat in Turkey?

And there is more Vegetarian Food

The country has many other vegetarian options easily available. The common Turkish breakfast at hotels has a variety of olives & cheese, tomatoes, mixed salads, fresh fruit jams, butter, freshly baked bread that is crusty on the outside and super soft on the inside.

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