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Planning for a Meat-Free Experience, Anywhere

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Traveling as a vegetarian or vegan has its obstacles. “In my experience on the road, there can be a lot of confusion about what being vegan or vegetarian means,” said Jamie Jones, a vegan and the chief operating officer of WhirlAway Travel, in West Chester, Pennsylvania. “And, the options for food aren’t always plentiful.”

But that being said, it is

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