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eBook Vegetarian Walt Disney World and Greater Orlando (Vegetarian World Guides) ePub

by Susan Schumaker,Than Saffel,Susan Shumaker

eBook Vegetarian Walt Disney World and Greater Orlando (Vegetarian World Guides) ePub
Author: Susan Schumaker,Than Saffel,Susan Shumaker
Language: English
ISBN: 0967928001
ISBN13: 978-0967928005
Publisher: Vegetarian World Guides; 1st edition (July 1, 2000)
Pages: 304
Category: United States
Subcategory: Traveling
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 159
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ePub file: 1459 kb
Fb2 file: 1125 kb

Meet the Authors: Susan Shumaker and Than Saffel -Beyond . I'm a vegetarian who absolutely loves Disney World and Paul McCartney. I belong to a Macca and a Linda list.

Meet the Authors: Susan Shumaker and Than Saffel -Beyond the Theme Parks at Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida. We launched the series with this guide to Walt Disney World for one very simple reason: we were completely taken aback by the yummy veg food and great service to be found at WDW! They really go out of their way to ensure a special dining experience for everyone–even vegetarians. One of the things I asked last year was where we should eat on our vacation in that area.

Start by marking Vegetarian Walt Disney World and Greater Orlando . Most of the menus in this book are no longer featured at the Disney restaurants.

Start by marking Vegetarian Walt Disney World and Greater Orlando, 2nd: The Essential Guide for the Health-Conscious Traveler as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

and Greater Orlando : The Essential Guide for the Health-Conscious Traveler.

book by Susan Shumaker. Vegetarian Walt Disney World and Greater Orlando : The Essential Guide for the Health-Conscious Traveler.

Vegetarian Walt Disney World and greater Orlando by Susan Shumaker, Than Saffel - 2000 - 282 pages. Vendre le tourisme culturel by Josquin Barré - 1995 - 316 pages. Verständigung mit Polen durch Reisen und Kontakte? by Norbert Ropers - 1989 - 248 pages. Visitor facilitations by United States. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.

Shumaker, Susan; Saffel, Than (2003). Pauline Frommer's Walt Disney World and Orlando (2 e. John Wiley & Sons. Vegetarian Walt Disney World and Greater Orlando: The Essential Guide for the Health-Conscious Traveler. p. 54. ISBN 0762727039. 163. ISBN 0470522496. Kubersky, Seth (February 18, 2015). Stepping through the Mirror: Comparing California's Disney and Universal Attractions to Their Orlando Versions". Retrieved March 30, 2015. Chang, Alicia (December 28, 2006).

Thank you for contacting the Walt Disney World Resort. Also, our chefs and restaurant managers are always happy to provide information regarding not only the ingredients of menu selections, but also how items are prepared.

Shumaker & Saffel (2003), p. 7. Shumaker, Susan; Than Saffel (2003). 78. ^ Sandler (2007), p. 256. ^ Tunstall & Tunstall (2004), p. 12.

The authors are Susan Shumaker and Than Saffel, writers for Vegetarian Times.

Pick up a book called Vegetarian Walt Disney World and Greater Orlando by Susan Shumaker and Than Saffel. It tells you your vegetarian and vegan options in WDW, Universal, and the surrounding Orlando area. Barry Hom Moderator, Universal and Sea World Boards.

Vegetarians and other health-conscious travelers (nearly a third of all Americans) will find all the information they need for .

to find the perfect place to eat In-depth chapters on Universal Orlando and the Disney Cruise Line Vegetarian-friendly dining at Orlando International Airport.

Vegetarian Walt Disney World and Greater Orlando is the first comprehensive guide to eating well in America's number one vacation destination. Over 300 pages in length and with a foreword by Sir Paul McCartney, the guide includes all the information traveling vegetarians and their families need, organized the way they need it:

* Reviews and ratings of over 275 restaurants, markets, and lodgings throughout Orlando, including more than 160 eateries at Walt Disney World alone

* 23 pages of maps of the theme parks and the city, with recommended establishments clearly marked

* At-a-glance charts comparing restaurant features, making it quick and easy to find the perfect place to eat

* Special sections devoted to meatless kids' meals, and advice on finding more healthful alternatives

* In-depth chapters on Universal Orlando's newly expanded theme parks and resorts, and a separate chapter on the Disney Cruise Line

* Strategies for eating well en route to Orlando--by plane, train, or automobile--and veg-friendly dining at Orlando International Airport

* Background information for the traveling vegetarian, including what to expect--and what to avoid!--at ethnic restaurants of all kinds, and advice on scoring the meal of your dreams

- Excellent for educating vegetarians (and everyone) about the difference between Disney and ordinary restaurants...that the chefs work with you to create what you want, there's no need to stick to the menu.
- Good for convincing vegetarians (and gourmands) that it's worth going to nice restaurants at Disney.
- Too much emphasis on "calling in advance" to work out your dream meal, not enough on just picking the restaurants that have the best (or most) vegetarian/vegan items already on the menu.
- Quite outdated by now, it's absolutely necessary to use their web site as an adjunct to bring the info up to date.
- Use primarily as a narrative read before you go...only secondarily as a reference for choosing where to eat each day.
This book is okay for a general overview of the kinds of vegetarian cuisine offered at Disney World. Unfortunately, since the book was written in 2003 and there have not been any subsequent editions, much of the information is outdated. Some of the restaurants listed no longer exist, and for those that are still around, the menu has changed. I really wish the authors would write an updated edition! For more current menus, you can visit the Disney World site directly (not all restaurants list menus) or you can visit [...] and click on the vegetarian section.
This is a wonderful book! Both vegetarians and non-vegetarians will appreciate the in-depth reviews and tips of WDW restaurants. It is sure to be our number one resource when we visit "The World" this year. Many thanks to the authors for creating this great guide!
Steamy Ibis
If you are going to the MK and are vegetarian... get this book!! It was so helpful and we didn't have to guess where to eat.
Being on Weight Watchers, I am much more conscious about what type of foods I can eat. Not being a strict vegetarian, (I don't eat red meat and VERY little meat at all) I found this book very enlightening. I found there are much more options out there than I expected!
While my options might be more than an average vegetarian, this book is a fantastic general guidebook to what is available at the WDW parks and resort restaurants. Knowing what places can give you egg substitute or garden burgers is very handy.. also knowing that many of the chefs around "the world" are very accomodating for special diets, helps a lot!
My suggestion for folks is definitely keep this as one of your top planning guides, read it at least once before you go.. have it handy so you can see what options are there and be flexible. If you aren't able to call ahead to the restaurant, have other places picked that you like to eat.
Another tip is letting the folks know when you make your reservation is a good heads up to the staff to have what you want available. I have a friend who is on a very strict diet after undergoing a gastric bipass, and she let them know ahead of time what she couldn't have and reminded them again when she checked in for dinner, and they were able to put together the most amazing meal!
A final note that chefs change resorts and so the accuracy of this book is not 100% but still well worth the read. This book has every restaurant listed and a very comprehensive review. I am so glad I got this book!
The Orlando area, and Walt Disney World in particular are the subject of a great many travel guides, however none up until now, do a particularly good job of tackling the subject from a Vegetarian, Ovo-Lacto, or Vegan perspective.
With a foreward by Sir Paul McCartney, "Vegetarian Walt Disney World and Greater Orlando" is an absolute gem of a book that no Vegetarian visiting the Orlando area should be without.
Metciulously researched, and well written and presented by Susan Shumaker and Than Saffel, with maps, recommendations, and excellent suggestions for healthy Vegetarian and Vegan dining, this guide demonstrates an attention to detail that most other travelling guides lack.
The guide systematically tackles each theme park in turn, featuring over 125 pages of detailed reviews of virtually every restaurant in Walt Disney World, over 30-pages dedicated to Universal, and over 50 pages dedicated to some of the excellent restaurants in the surrounding area that offer Vegetarian options, including some restaurants and cafeterias that are less well known, and yet offer absolutely fantastic fare.
Liberally scattered throughout the length of the guide are suggested touring plans, (paying more attention to fine meals than attractions), some very well thought out ideas for healthy meals to satisfy both Vegetarian kids, and their parents alike, and information about how to make sure that your vegetarian meal really IS a vegetarian one.
Finally, to help those looking for good food in a hurry, two indexes round the book off - one featuring dining establishments that are particularly recommended for Vegetarians, and the other a more general index.
If you are a Vegetarian travelling to the Orlando area, or are travelling in a party with Vegetarians, and want to take just one book with you, make sure it's this one!
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