Restaurant nutrition information for vegetarians and vegans can be confusing.
Many restaurants only offer vegetarian and vegan options, but there are also many non-vegetarian options.
This infographic gives you a quick rundown on what vegetarian and non-meat options are available in your local area.
If you’re vegetarian, look for a vegetarian restaurant where you can eat and socialize without getting sick.
If not, check out the Vegetarian Options Guide for vegetarian options and some helpful tips.
If your veg diet isn’t as varied as the rest of your diet, you might be able to find vegetarian and/or vegan options near you.
If you’re a vegan and/and you’re looking for information on the different types of meat that are acceptable for consumption, here’s a list of different types:Canned meat is typically the most commonly used meat for vegan diets, and you’ll probably see a lot of canned meats on your plate at some restaurants.
You’ll also find many vegans opting for vegan alternatives like tofu, tofu pasta, or tempeh.
If the meat you’re eating isn’t from a traditional plant source, try substituting some non-animal protein sources such as rice, beans, lentils, nuts, and soybeans.
Vegetarian, vegan, and vegetarian restaurants are the same place to eat and share meals if you’re just starting out.
Be sure to take advantage of the many great vegetarian restaurants in your area to keep your vegetarian and veg eating habits simple.
Be sure to check out our vegan options guide for a comprehensive list of vegetarian and other non-traditional vegan restaurants around the United States.
Check out more vegetarian and healthy tips and resources here.
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