Moving to another country is always challenging. It’s like taking a big leap into the unknown. Everything becomes new and unexplored. The best way to limit stress or bad experiences is to prepare yourself as well as possible for this new adventure. As a new expatriate in the Czech Republic, I don’t necessarily have the required hindsight on some topics, but I will share with you my first impressions of the country.
The Czech Republic is known for its meaty dishes. Steaks. Pork. Smoked meat. Goulash. Schnitzel. Czechs love their meat in any and all forms, but what if you’re interested in trying some Czech food for yourself and you’re a vegetarian?
Regardless of whether you’re travelling to the Czech Republic on holiday and you’re interested in learning about the opportunities out there, or you’re just a fan of Czech food and want to try some for yourself at home, be grounded in the fact there are some tasty vegetarian Czech dishes you have to try.
Let’s face it: nowadays it’s really hip to be raw, vegan, gluten-free, bio etc. Being a vegetarian is simply no longer enough or trendy 🙂 I decided to focus on vegans today, as I myself got encouraged into trying this lifestyle out by a number of thinking alike friends. Some might not even know, what […]
For a vegetarian, coming to the Czech Republic might be seen as a nightmare when it comes to food! Indeed, the Czech gastronomy is mainly composed of meat: pork, beef, rabbit, poultry… you name it, it’s probably on the menu of the finest restaurant! But don’t fear to be sentenced to eat salad for the […]