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Vegetarian Dining in the Philippines

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Vegetarian restaurants found in the Philippines
36 months ago, April 25th 2011 No: 1 Msg: #134498  
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I recently stumbled upon this article about vegetarian dining in the Philippines. I didn’t know that there were many vegetarian restaurants here! I suggest you read the article here and discover the benefits of going vegetarian. I thought being a vegetarian was hard because there aren’t enough places to eat from, but I was wrong. The food tastes good and you can help save animals from the inhumane torture they suffer at factory farms!
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24 months ago, April 23rd 2012 No: 2 Msg: #155142  
you should try dining at Maginhawa, near UP Diliman campus. youc an find lots of vegan/vegetarian restaurants there like Van Gogh Is Bipolar, Pino, Black Soup + Art Cafe, Good Burgers etc. Reply to this

23 months ago, May 2nd 2012 No: 3 Msg: #155628  
It is easy to eat foods like that in the Philippines since Philippines is a tropical country, there are really lots of veges in there. Reply to this

22 months ago, June 13th 2012 No: 4 Msg: #157575  
I have to agree with you Audrey. I've been to Tagaytay and I've seen a lot of fresh vegetables there. Another vegan/vegetarian place I've heard of is Blissful Belly Vegetarian Cuisine in Quezon City. Reply to this

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