Vegan Survival Guide to Austin

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In the land of barbecue, Austin has become a vegan's paradise. Vegan trailers, restaurants, tacos, ice cream and even barbecue have taken root in Austin in a big way. From queso and cupcakes to macrobiotic feasts and tempting tempeh, the Capital City has elevated cruelty-free cuisine to new heights. With this handy guide, navigate all that Austin's busy vegan scene has to offer. Discover the festivals, blogs, locally made goods and entrepreneurs who have built a community around plant-based living. Sample recipes of local vegan chefs, find the ideal vegan brunch and get hooked on Austin's endless variety of vegan mac and cheese. From Congress to Chavez, North Loop to Lady Bird Lake, authors and vegans Julie Wernersbach and Carolyn Tracy dive into the history, heart and hot spots of Austin's vegan landscape.
ISBN: 9781626198586
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Texas
Series: American Palate
Images: 119
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 7 (h)
Carolyn Tracy is the senior floor manager and online sales manager for BookPeople in Austin. In 2008, Carolyn established and ran Oasis Juice Bar, a vegan café and juice bar in Galveston, Texas. Raised in east Texas, Carolyn became a vegetarian at the age of thirteen and vegan at sixteen. For fifteen years, Carolyn has been an avid photographer focusing on travel and food photography. Her work can be viewed at Julie Wernersbach is an independent bookseller living in Austin, Texas. Currently the publicist for BookPeople, she previously worked in events and marketing at Book Revue, an independent bookstore in Huntington on Long Island. In addition to blogging for Vegan Survival Guide and BookPeople, Julie writes short and long fiction. She gave up meat entirely before moving to Austin, where she discovered she was lactose intolerant and gave up dairy.
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