Germany: Vegan Paradise?

Vegan Cheese Bagel from Veganz Goodies Cafe. Photo from Josefine Stenudd on Flickr
Vegan Cheese Bagel from Veganz Goodies Cafe. Photo from Josefine Stenudd on Flickr

Germany, from the outside looking in, looks like a vegan paradise. There’s a vegan supermarket chain, vegan restaurants are popping up and more people are leaving animals products behind!

 

The amount of young people liking Alex’s Instagram photos from Germany, in addition to the 339 results on HappyCow (for Berlin only!) are proof that the German Vegan movement is vast.

 

Germany isn’t a 100% vegan country, by any means. They’re still exploiting other sentient beings unfortunately, but the future and progression of a compassionate, vegan lifestyle are promising.

 

Veganz is a 100% Vegan supermarket chain that started in Germany. The stores are like a health food store on steroids: organic produce, vegan baked goods and more! Looks outstanding and one of these days the dynamic duo at Vegans Travel will review a Veganz store 🙂

 

A new vegan restaurant called Alohachérie has opened in Hamburg. The food and atmosphere look delectably breath taking. This video, which features a dinner at Alohachérie, is proof that Veganism in Germany is here to stay.

 

Speaking of staying in Germany, the Vegans Travel team does housesitting, so if any great opportunities come up for Germany, let us know!

 

Germany is no longer known for its meat culture. Move over animals, pass the tempeh! If it keeps progressing at this rate, Germany will be that much more of a haven for Vegans.

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