Today, we (again the teenager and me) took a small visit to Antwerp. I had to go over there anyway (to learn talking in french on the telephone).
Finally, We visited the vegan shoe-shop: Georgette (see this earlier post). Unfortunately, the shoes are all quiet expensive and not so much into my style of cloths. I’m more into playish(?) clothes. And I’m riding a bike almost everyday or walking some distances, so my shoes can’t be to uncomfortable. Also, they didn’t had the ones I was looking for.
But I took some two other things back home:
Vegetarian journal from ‘The vegetarian resource group’.
If I was living in the US or Canada, probably I would find this a very interesting journal, but now I didn’t. Or maby I had bad luck finding an issue (it’s not the one is showing, but nr. 2 from 2008), which most part of the magazine was writing about the veggie options at quick-service restaurant chains. Most of them we don’t have over here, accept pizza hut and McDonalds (and the latest has enough reasons for rather going hungry then to pay them a visit). The magazine had some interesting looking recipes, but not enough for the price I had to pay.
Two times a year (Christmas and summer) BBC GoodFood publishes a totally vegetarian issue. It’s not that the recipes are vegan (only a few are), it’s not that the recipes are amazing (but it has some good chefs playing around), it’s not that it’s bringing exciting news from veggy-land. No, it’s not that, but it surely is some very, very good vegetarian foodporn.