Does anybody ever think: “DANG! I can’t go to MCDs, BK, or Taco Bell. It’s not Vegan!” Well something on all their menus is Vegan. Matter of fact I work at Taco Bell so I would know. I totally recommend trying a cheese quesdilla, minus the cheese and sauce. Add guacamole and beans. Bean and guacamole quesadillas are so good!
@VeganCaramel : Oh I only wish, If we had a vegan/vegetarian restaurant here it’d be the only place i ate out at. But the closest ones i actually found were in a town an hour away. And I used to live in San Antonio, Tx I was going to the store and totally found a vegetarian restaurant. But I know for a fact the one I work at doesn’t mix food around. They use the same spoon for one food.
Depending on your location, fast food restaurants either try to be vegan (and allergen) friendly or don’t give a damn. That’s the problem – even if YOU work at Taco Bell, you don’t know how the taco bell in another city, state, or country works. If people want to take the chance of their rice being cooked in animal fats, it’s their gamble, but that gamble still exists. Very few fast food places are uniformly vegan-friendly unless they have a strict policy (and no, Taco Bell doesn’t have any strict “vegan policy” and they even advise that they cannot guarantee any of their food is suitable for vegetarians).
Luckily, more health-aware restaurants offer a safer environment. If you do have a vegan/vegetarian restaurant in your area, I’d encourage going to that before giving profit to fast food chains and burger joints!
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