What I ate in Durban, South Africa (Vegan)

Copper Chimney
Kadai mushroom

For me, who loves mushrooms, this Curry was a real paradise. It wasn’t salty or spicy, and it was really delicious when I ate it with rice.

Shoprite Brickhill Road
Linda McCartney’s 2 Vegetarian country pies, Fry’s 2 Country pies, Fry’s 4 Golden crumbed schnitzels

Pie needs to use an oven and schnitzel needs oil and frying pan. Fortunately, the hostel had a perfect kitchen so it could be cooked without a problem. The pies were really salty. But as someone who like the crispy pie crust, I didn’t really care. I can eat pie filling with other breads.
The schnitzel was so perfect. It was crispy and not much different from normal schnitzel.

Woolworths – Windermere Shopping Centre

Zesty Guacamole, Washed trio butter lettuce, Mixed vegetable crisps
Exotic tomato mix, 12 Mini pita breads, Roasted vegetable & couscous salad, Beet-root crisps
Bulgur wheat & lentil salad, Smokey four bean salad, Fruity giant couscous salad, Smoked artichoke

Everything was delicious except ‘Roasted vegetable & couscous salad’.

Bulgur wheat & lentil salad, Smoked artichoke

That salad was really delicious. I think it’s because of creamy hummus dressing.
And I always had pickled artichoke, but smoked artichoke was also good.

Linda McCartney’s 2 Vegetarian country pies

I really like the crispy pie crust.

Papaya

Papaya is my favorite fruit.

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Joeun Vegan

Vegan/Traveler

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