Drinking nice beers and eating vegan food, all at the same place? Yes! At beerbar Tripel. There’s a few places in town that serve vegan pizza, and this is one of them. Although it’s not like most pizzas as the bottom is super thin.
Other vegan stuff on their menu is a vegan salad and vegan bitterballen. They also have coffee with soymilk usually.
Keep an eye on their Facebook page as they sometimes have special vegan nights with burgers etc.! 😀
Want to see how easy and fun it can be to be vegan in Amsterdam? Then check these seven blogs and find out about the latest hotspots in town, easy ways to prepare a vegan meal, handy vegan info etc. Be ready to get inspired! Read more
New initiative to encourage people to eat less meat: Even Geen Vlees (translates as ‘no meat for a while’). Run by two vegans from Amsterdam.
The idea is to finance an ongoing poster campaign on Dutch train stations. To launch the campaign, this first poster got placed on trainstation Amsterdam Zuid and will be visible for a week. It draws attention to the huge amount of water needed for the production of meat and dairy.
Out of Sweden’s icecream making tradition comes this Swedish Glace from Dutch company Ola (known by other names in other countries). After being available in various European countries we’re now also being able to enjoy it. Among the creamiest vegan icecream ever! It comes in two different flavours: vanilla and raspberry. In Amsterdam so far only available at bigger Albert Heijn supermarkets.
Another type of liquorice which no longer contains gelatin. Heksehyl liquorice is vegan now! No gelatin no beeswax. Soft with a salty liquorice core. Available a.o. at Albert Heijn and Jumbo supermarkets.
Vegan Runners Nederland just started out last year. We interviewed co-founder Emile about the appeal of running, the start of Vegan Runners Nederland as well as their future plans.
He shares with us his favourite running routes in Amsterdam and some advice if you’d want to eat vegan more often!
The interview is in Dutch, if you want to switch on/off English subtitles just click in the bottom of the screen to select.
This is our first video! 😀
Plant based food is clearly becoming increasingly popular in Amsterdam, a trend also apparent at menus of lunchrooms and new dinner places in town. While there are already many vegetarian restaurants and a few vegan ones, the coming time at least three new places will open! Read more
Eat at Jo’s is the restaurant adherent to concert hall De Melkweg. They always have vegan options on the menu, which changes every day! Perfect for if you’re going to see a show or if you’re just in the centre of town, since it’s right next to Leidseplein.
These cookies from Albert Heijn Basic brand previously contained natural butter aroma. The ingredients changed a little and now they’re vegan!
Ingredients: wheat flour, sugar, palm fat, rapeseed oil, water, salt, emulsifier (E471), acidity regulator (citric acid). That E number is vegan.
Find these krakelingen at an Albert Heijn supermarket.
‘Stay Vegan!’ Poster for the people’s kitchen at the Vrankrijk. Wednesdays and Fridays from 7 pm. Notice the tofu brick! 😉