Something vegans know that other people don’t is that not all vegan food is healthy. Sometimes, eating out is more practical when time constraints come into play. While meal prepping and ready-to-consume products exist just for such an occasion, humans make mistakes. So what can you eat when you can’t eat most things?
Once, I mentioned Baker’s (a Southern California restaurant chain) being vegetarian friendly for the past few decades, long before the competition. Only recently have other fast food chains decided to start including alternatives to herbivores. While small chains with better options exist, this article aims to generalize the subject just a little.
Plant-based burgers (Not taking quality or ethics into consideration)
- Carl’s Jr. / Hardees
- Burger King
- White Castle
- The Habit
- Veggie Grill (California-only)
- Fries (Not McDonald’s / Wendy’s / others)
- Hash browns (Ask about oils used)
- Wendy’s Baked Potato (Ask for it plain)
- Salads (Ask for no cheese)
- Chipotle Sofritas
- McDonald’s Fruit & Maple Oatmeal
- Veggie Sandwich (Subway, Five Guys, others)
- Taco Bell Beans & Rice
- Grain Bagels (Starbucks & others)
- Del Taco Beyond Meat Tacos & Burritos
- Burger King Dutch Apple Pie
- Veggie Pizza (Ask for no cheese) (Little Caesar’s, Papa John’s & others)
- Panera Bread’s Black Bean Soup
- Tofu Rice Bowl (Flame Broiler & Waba Grill)
- Plant Power’s Entire Menu (California-only)
Whatever isn’t on the list, please comment below and I’ll add it if it’s a franchise with locations.