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Vegetarian Dining in the Philippines

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Vegetarian restaurants found in the Philippines
6 years 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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5 years 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

5 years 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

5 years 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

24 months ago, July 18th 2015 No: 5 Msg: #192029  
When you talk about vegetarian dining in philippines, people will raise eyebrows because its predominantly a non-vegetarian country. And when i am talking about vegetarian i really mean the vegetarian food and not vegetables as such. People in this country love their food. Being an Indian and a vegetarian i always try to explore nice vegetarian restaurant in every country i visit. And one such trip to Baguio trip i found a beautiful vegetarian restaurant. The restaurant is "OH MY GULAY" in session road. what a restaurant, in a country where people mostly eat pork, it was a surprise to see restaurant like this. you have to be there to believe it. Reply to this

19 months ago, December 27th 2015 No: 6 Msg: #194621  
True. Its because people nowadays are beginning to understand the benefits of plant based diet. Research shows that those who practice a plant-based diet are healthier compared to those who are non veggies. People have awakened and they are also scared of many diseases now caused by eating too much meat. Reply to this

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