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Old 07-07-2019, 09:44 AM
 
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Whether a longtime devotee to the meatless life or a recent convert, Atlanta offers a slew of dedicated dining options for vegetarians and vegans around the city. This list of Atlanta’s vegetarian and vegan restaurants includes everything from Chinese and Indian fare to dedicated raw food kitchens, and even a vegan pizzeria..."

FULL LIST: https://atlanta.eater.com/maps/best-...an-restaurants

SOURCE: Eater Atlanta
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Old Yesterday, 06:49 AM
 
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They left off my favorite: R. Thomas. AMAZING full vegan side of the menu with some of the most creative, unusual offerings. A lot of raw vegan entrees and drinks. They know how to do it.
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Old Yesterday, 01:07 PM
 
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R. Thomas is an institution.

Query: If you get vegetable plate at your typical country cooking restaurant or cafeteria, is that considered vegetarian?
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Old Yesterday, 03:59 PM
 
Location: Boise
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R. Thomas is an institution.

Query: If you get vegetable plate at your typical country cooking restaurant or cafeteria, is that considered vegetarian?
I'm guessing you're implying that a vegan/vegetarian meal coming into any sort of contact with anything meat based nullifies its vegan/vegetarian status?

I'd suppose that most places that don't specifically advertise their non-meat items as vegan/vegetarian really aren't paying attention to whether or not those items are cooked/prepared in isolation.

If you're serious about avoiding any sort of meat product for ethical concerns, and consider any sort of contact with meat to have tainted the meal, then I wouldn't risk eating at a place like that I guess.

The thing about that is that 99% of restaurants still serve meat, and every grocery store you'll ever set foot in sells meat, so even as someone who enjoys the idea of vegetarianism, I probably would never go so far as to worry about whether any contact has been made or not.

I might be misinterpreting the question and I don't know a lot about most restaurant kitchens, but this has been an interesting thought exercise for me.
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Old Yesterday, 06:40 PM
 
Location: Ono Island, Orange Beach, AL
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R. Thomas is an institution.

Query: If you get vegetable plate at your typical country cooking restaurant or cafeteria, is that considered vegetarian?
Hardly, arjay! That fat back in your turnips is an instant vegan disqualification! :-)
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Old Yesterday, 06:53 PM
 
Location: St Simons Island, GA
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Hardly, arjay! That fat back in your turnips is an instant vegan disqualification! :-)
For vegetarian turnip greens, I simply substitute a pinch of dark brown sugar. It's really not bad.
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Old Today, 05:49 AM
 
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Mmm, I'm not sure why a list that's likely created from basic search terms like "vegetarian" is publishable, but apparently it is. The list is missing so many other ethnic restaurants that don't make it a point to market their food as such.
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Old Today, 07:20 AM
 
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Hardly, arjay! That fat back in your turnips is an instant vegan disqualification! :-)
Durn it, I was afraid of that.

Wonder if there's a category called "vegetable-oriented"?
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