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Two Instant Vegan Recipes for the Busy Vegan Adventurer

by Vegan Culinary Cruises Luxury – All Inclusive – All Vegan
The vegan lifestyle is gradually becoming more and more popular by the day, and vegan options in restaurants the world over are becoming less uncommon. However, traveling while vegan still poses its challenges, such as finding good snack foods in far-off travel destinations.

This is why eating vegan snacks is just as important as eating delicious vegan cuisine while on an all-green adventure. Snacks give us extra energy when we’re doing strenuous work, from crunch time at the office to a hiking tour in the Alps. Vegan snacks, being made of healthy fruit and vegetable ingredients, offer more “body fuel” than your regular sugary goodies, and can make or break your expeditions.

With that said, preparing vegan snacks takes time, but it’s always good to be prepared. Here are our two suggested vegan snacks for the busy vegan adventurer. 

The Ever-Ready Trail Mix


Trail Mix

You just can’t go wrong with trail mix! This great travel snack got its name from the fact that it’s often brought to hikes, providing much-needed munchies for people on arduous trips along mountain trails. You can find vegan option trail mixes in the store, true, but where’s the fun in that? Before you go on your all-green excursions, buy packs of raisins, nuts, seeds and assorted dried fruits that you enjoy eating. Mix them all together in a container, and voila! You have your own delicious trail mix for your own journeys!

A Portable Hummus Dip


Hummus

When it comes to vegan dips, none can compare to the ubiquity and versatility of hummus (well, maybe salsa, but salsa’s messier to bring.) Usually, hummus is made with chickpea, oil, tahini, garlic, and lemon juice, but with a bit of experimentation (and the help of generous vegan recipe guides online) you can make your own alternate hummus dips using carrots, hemp seeds, and more. Spice up your complimentary crackers or breadsticks by bringing a portable hummus dip. If trail mix is for eating on the go, then a hummus dip is for making basic foods (crackers, biscuits, etc) much more palatable. 

One way to ensure that you’ll always have delicious vegan food in reach is to join a vegan cruise. Vegan Culinary Cruises’ vegan riverboat adventures offer personalized expeditions to the various rivers of the world. If you want a personalized vegan adventure, then you can ring them up for a vegan riverboat expedition. 


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