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Vegan Travel Podcast

Jeremy Mendelson

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A blog and podcast about traveling and eating well as a vegan, with interviews and advice from travelers.

Latest Episodes

Pedalshift Project interview & my tour reports

I had a great conversation with Tim Mooney on the Pedalshift Project podcast. I shared my thoughts and experiences traveling as a vegan (and why I'm vegan), bike touring on a Brompton folding bike, incorporating public transportation into a bike tour, and much more. Check it out at pedalshift.net/077 or listen below.If you haven't heard the recordings from my fall 2016 tour of Maine and Vermont, find those here. Listening to last week's episode of Pedalshift reminded me I hadn't shared my own winter bike overnight audio journal. It was perhaps more successful than Tim's ride on the C&O Trail, albeit shorter, a few degrees warmer and solo (sans dog). It's easy to travel light when you're only going one night, and your end-of-tour meal is at an all-you-can-eat vegan buffet. Have you done any bike touring? Share your experiences below, via Twitter or using the contact form and I'll share it on an upcoming episode.

39 MIN2017 APR 20
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Pedalshift Project interview & my tour reports

VTP 05 - Hitchhiking: a conversation from the archives

Originally recorded in 2013 for Critical Transit, here is a wide-ranging conversation that started with me interviewing Ian about his experiences getting free rides in cars with strangers. Hitchhiking is still a popular (and cheap) form of transit for hikers and others; I've even done it a few times with a bike. We also talk about finding vegan food in tough situations and muse about transit and bikes (we're also joined by Minku of the Vegan Pedicab). Do you use hitchhiking to get around? Let us know and we'll share your experience.

84 MIN2017 MAR 9
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VTP 05 - Hitchhiking: a conversation from the archives

VTP 04 - Salt Lake City - adventures in vegan food

On vacation in Salt Lake City, Utah, I share what I ate during a four-day trip: 2 days in SLC, 1 day in Park City, 1 day in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and about 24 hours total in transit. This trip was atypical for me, since I normally don't do weekend trips while having an income source, so I splurged a little bit at vegan hot spots like Vertical Diner and City Cakes, but also cooked some basic food in the hostel. But most important is staying well-fed on the journey so I brought some snacks along for the bus ride. Mmm, vegan gluten-free waffle! - City Cakes, SLC View from the road, US-40, NW Colorado City Creek Canyon UTA Trax may be the most scenic light rail system Cruising down Empire Pass, Park City It's a funicular! - Deer Valley resort, Park City, Utah Waiting for the bus from Park City back to SLC Waiting for the bus in Idaho Springs, Colorado. Do you see a bike? Always keep a shoelace in your bag: instant cat toy! What do you eat on the road? Let us know via the contact form.

22 MIN2017 FEB 21
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VTP 04 - Salt Lake City - adventures in vegan food

Latest Episodes

Pedalshift Project interview & my tour reports

I had a great conversation with Tim Mooney on the Pedalshift Project podcast. I shared my thoughts and experiences traveling as a vegan (and why I'm vegan), bike touring on a Brompton folding bike, incorporating public transportation into a bike tour, and much more. Check it out at pedalshift.net/077 or listen below.If you haven't heard the recordings from my fall 2016 tour of Maine and Vermont, find those here. Listening to last week's episode of Pedalshift reminded me I hadn't shared my own winter bike overnight audio journal. It was perhaps more successful than Tim's ride on the C&O Trail, albeit shorter, a few degrees warmer and solo (sans dog). It's easy to travel light when you're only going one night, and your end-of-tour meal is at an all-you-can-eat vegan buffet. Have you done any bike touring? Share your experiences below, via Twitter or using the contact form and I'll share it on an upcoming episode.

39 MIN2017 APR 20
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Pedalshift Project interview & my tour reports

VTP 05 - Hitchhiking: a conversation from the archives

Originally recorded in 2013 for Critical Transit, here is a wide-ranging conversation that started with me interviewing Ian about his experiences getting free rides in cars with strangers. Hitchhiking is still a popular (and cheap) form of transit for hikers and others; I've even done it a few times with a bike. We also talk about finding vegan food in tough situations and muse about transit and bikes (we're also joined by Minku of the Vegan Pedicab). Do you use hitchhiking to get around? Let us know and we'll share your experience.

84 MIN2017 MAR 9
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VTP 05 - Hitchhiking: a conversation from the archives

VTP 04 - Salt Lake City - adventures in vegan food

On vacation in Salt Lake City, Utah, I share what I ate during a four-day trip: 2 days in SLC, 1 day in Park City, 1 day in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and about 24 hours total in transit. This trip was atypical for me, since I normally don't do weekend trips while having an income source, so I splurged a little bit at vegan hot spots like Vertical Diner and City Cakes, but also cooked some basic food in the hostel. But most important is staying well-fed on the journey so I brought some snacks along for the bus ride. Mmm, vegan gluten-free waffle! - City Cakes, SLC View from the road, US-40, NW Colorado City Creek Canyon UTA Trax may be the most scenic light rail system Cruising down Empire Pass, Park City It's a funicular! - Deer Valley resort, Park City, Utah Waiting for the bus from Park City back to SLC Waiting for the bus in Idaho Springs, Colorado. Do you see a bike? Always keep a shoelace in your bag: instant cat toy! What do you eat on the road? Let us know via the contact form.

22 MIN2017 FEB 21
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VTP 04 - Salt Lake City - adventures in vegan food

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