The vegetarian journey and eating out

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I went full vegetarian last year and the vegetarian journey has been an amazing experience. It was not something I planned. It kind of just happened but I am glad it did. Being vegetarian has changed my life completely for the better. I am now very conscious of what I do eat and I try to eat clean as much as possible everyday. The funniest part is I don’t miss eating meat or chicken at all. I was never a fish eater right from when I was a little girl, so no issues with that. However, unlike many vegetarians I know, going vegan is not on my radar. I love my free range eggs in moderation, so I don’t ever see myself completely going off that. The vegetarian journey has been effortless for me and I am looking forward to exploring more vegetarian dishes.

Speaking of vegetarian dishes, are you vegan, vegetarian or interested in plant-based dining options? If the answer to any of these questions is yes then you are reading the right post. As the lockdown restrictions ease off, you may be considering getting out and about. If you are after cool dining recommendations for vegan/vegetarian restaurants or plant-based restaurants, here is one amazing Italian restaurant you should check out if you are in the City of London.

Sicily by Da Scalzo

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This restaurant is great dining option for those who love Italian food. The Vegan/Vegetarian menu is full of yummy delicacies. I spent ages salivating at the thought of eating many of the dishes, especially the Spaghetti Vegani roasted pepper and tomato sauce topped with toasted pumpkin seeds. It sounds divine!

This buzzing restaurant provides all day dining. It is in the City of London and there is outside seating available, so plenty of space at Sicily by Da Scalzo.  If you like the sound of this restaurant, you should check out SquareMeal website. It is a fantastic website for a variety of party venues, meeting venues, eateries, and wedding venues. As the lockdown restrictions ease, now is a great time to treat yourself or your loved ones to SquareMeal gift vouchers. There are over 7,000 restaurants and bars in London and the UK on SquareMeal Website. So there should be a dining option to keep you salivating. Booking on SquareMeal is a great idea because prior to booking, you can get all the information you need about the restaurants you are interested. The booking process is also very easy. Customers can make reservations online, over the phone, and via email. Also, anyone who books on SquareMeal website can automatically collect points (100 points per restaurant and 400 for a venue), which can be exchanged for luxury gifts from high-end brands.

I think this service is amazing especially for the foodies. Vegetarian restaurants are on my radar and I will be exploring a few this year. What do you think of Sicily by Da Scalzo? Have you dined there before? Will you be using the SquareMeal website? Are you vegan/vegetarian? How has the journey been for you?

 

The Vegetarian Lifestyle

I recently wrote a blog post about how my diet and body has changed massively in the last few months. Some weeks ago, I wasn’t sure where my new diet would fit in but now I know where I fall in nicely. I am a vegetarian. This new way of life wasn’t planned. It was something I ever even considered until earlier this year. Although I was never really a meat-eater. I did like the occasional chicken, beef burger, and the rest. My body and my food cravings started changing this year and I just found myself going off many things, including meat. It all happened naturally and I am very happy and comfortable with my new way of living. The Vegetarian Lifestyle Picture

The Vegetarian Lifestyle

Being a vegetarian simply means I don’t eat meat or fish. I take the occasional eggs and dairy products. Sugar is completely off my diet. So no soft drinks at all, and no sugar in my cappuccino or anything else. So far so good, this vegetarian lifestyle is working perfectly for me. I feel and look great. I can’t imagine not being a vegetarian now. It has taken me this long to find the diet that works for my system but I am glad I found it.

A diet like many things is a personal thing. I won’t advise anyone to get off meat and fish and eat the vegetarian way. It is something you have to decide for yourself. I know being vegetarian/vegan is quite popular now, which is one of the reasons why many more people are going along with it. The thing is if you do it for the wrong reasons, you will find yourself regressing very quickly.

You can read more about eating a healthy vegetarian diet on the NHS website. Loads of information on there to help you if you are contemplating eating the vegetarian way.

Thanks for reading, commenting and sharing. Have a lovely day.

 

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