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Bestselling Author Jonathan Safran Foer Talks Vegetarianism Abroad

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25 years of living in this world and I’ve NEVER been out of the country! Crazy, right?

Lucky for me there are plenty of VEGtastic superstars who’ve gone abroad and are able to report on eating plant-based food in other countries.

In the video posted below, bestselling Author Jonathan Safran Foer talks about his experiences with vegetarianism. He says:

“I’ve only been to one place in my entire life where it was hard to be a vegetarian and that was the Ukraine, which I recounted in my book a little bit. I just can’t imagine it easier to be a vegetarian. I don’t know if I’ve ever been in a restaurant where there wasn’t a vegetarian option. And not only that, but one that was good. Certaintly if you do any of your own cooking or any of your own shopping it’s as easy as easy can be. When I look at menus now it’s like I don’t even see the meat things. It’s here are my options and I’m gonna choose one of them and I’m going to enjoy it.”

Check out the video below to hear more of what the green-loving writer had to say!

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