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#181 Old 08-18-2009, 07:20 AM
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Here is my Craigslist posting if anyone can help out/knows anyone



http://montreal.en.craigslist.ca/sha/1325023477.html



If you are a Veggie/Vegan Chef, speak to folks at Aux Vivres, Yuan, Crudessance etc., they might have some suggestions for you. Plateau area is very veggie friendly.
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#182 Old 08-30-2009, 01:36 PM
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I just ate lunch at St. Hubert restaurant today (not my choice), and they now have a vegan apple crumble dessert! It's egg-, dairy-, nut- and peanut-free! It seems to be wheat-free as well (the ingredients are listed on the menu), but it doesn't explicitly say that.



So for any of you Quebecers who get dragged to St. Hubert by friends and family, and think you'll only be able to eat salad, there's now another option!
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#183 Old 10-19-2009, 01:07 PM
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Hi everybody, I'm in Quebec City.



A lot of vegan friendly places in Montreal. See: www.happycow.com
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#184 Old 11-04-2009, 06:23 AM
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Hi Québécois! My husband is in Quebec on business for the next few days. What should I ask him to bring me home? Are there any yummy vegan treats that aren't exported to the US? Thanks for any ideas.

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#185 Old 11-04-2009, 06:24 PM
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Hi Québécois! My husband is in Quebec on business for the next few days. What should I ask him to bring me home? Are there any yummy vegan treats that aren't exported to the US? Thanks for any ideas.



Green Beaver is a Quebec-based company that makes vegan toiletries, and I'm pretty sure they're not available in the States. I love their unscented deodorant, it actually works!



Maple products are pretty cheap in Quebec, so some maple sugar or maple butter would be a good treat



President's Choice is a ubiquitous food company in Canada, and surprisingly, lots of their food is accidentally vegan. I absolutely ADORE their triple chocolate sandwich cookies. I tried to find a link to it, but the website says that the cookies page will open tomorrow! I'll link to the page tomorrow so you can see the cookies I mean. They really are GOOD.



I don't think the new vegan 70% cocoa Kit Kat and Aero bars are available outside of Canada. I usually avoid Nestle products, but I don't mind indulging occasionally in these vegan Kit Kats and Aero bars. They're just like the usual bars, only made with 70% cocoa chocolate! (There is also a 70% cocoa Coffee Crisp, but it's not vegan). So if you can't get them in the States, I definitely recommend your husband to pick you up a few! You can get them in most Loblaw's or Provigo supermarkets in Quebec.
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Green Beaver is a Quebec-based company that makes vegan toiletries, and I'm pretty sure they're not available in the States. I love their unscented deodorant, it actually works!



Maple products are pretty cheap in Quebec, so some maple sugar or maple butter would be a good treat



President's Choice is a ubiquitous food company in Canada, and surprisingly, lots of their food is accidentally vegan. I absolutely ADORE their triple chocolate sandwich cookies. I tried to find a link to it, but the website says that the cookies page will open tomorrow! I'll link to the page tomorrow so you can see the cookies I mean. They really are GOOD.



I don't think the new vegan 70% cocoa Kit Kat and Aero bars are available outside of Canada. I usually avoid Nestle products, but I don't mind indulging occasionally in these vegan Kit Kats and Aero bars. They're just like the usual bars, only made with 70% cocoa chocolate! (There is also a 70% cocoa Coffee Crisp, but it's not vegan). So if you can't get them in the States, I definitely recommend your husband to pick you up a few! You can get them in most Loblaw's or Provigo supermarkets in Quebec.



Oh thank you Abbey! I'm slightly drooling over thought of the Kit Kats and yes I do have the decency to be slightly ashamed. I will be passing that along with the Green Beaver information to him.

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Oh thank you Abbey! I'm slightly drooling over thought of the Kit Kats and yes I do have the decency to be slightly ashamed. I will be passing that along with the Green Beaver information to him.



They really are good! In my office, we have a canteen (a bunch of boxes of snacks from Costco and sold for nearly cost), and my evil colleague added a huge box of 70% Kit Kats and 70% Aeros to the canteen about a month ago, so I have to walk past them every day! I'm pretty good, I manage to have only 1 every two weeks. But it's not easy!
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He's in Quebec City and just emailed me a picture of the view from his room- so pretty. We're Floridians so he's freezing his poor booty off but says it's really beautiful and everyone is so friendly. It's snowing today which is a novelty for us. Luckily he's traveling with a Canadian because there is no way my darling Florida boy could drive in snow.

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He's in Quebec City and just emailed me a picture of the view from his room- so pretty. We're Floridians so he's freezing his poor booty off but says it's really beautiful and everyone is so friendly. It's snowing today which is a novelty for us. Luckily he's traveling with a Canadian because there is no way my darling Florida boy could drive in snow.



Oooh, I love Quebec City! My husband is from there, so we drive there 3-4 times a year.



There's a health food store in Place Laurier mall in Quebec City (technically Ste. Foy, but practically part of Quebec City), and I know they carry Green Beaver products (or, they did last time I checked). I'm not sure if your husband will have time to get all the way over there if he's downtown, but I thought I'd let you know, because it's the only health food store I know of in the city. It's also a huge mall, so if he's planning on getting any other things while he's in Quebec, that's the mall to go to!
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He's on a plane home now- hopefully with lots of goodies. Thanks so much for your help.

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French Vegan Cooking Link. Lots of great recipes:

http://www.cuisinez-vegetalien.net/

Seems popular locally in Quebec also.
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#192 Old 11-17-2009, 04:16 AM
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Greetings, rvijay and thanks for link to recipes.



Another link in French: www.veganquebec.net



Here in Quebec City there are other health food stores besides the one at Place Laurier. Quite a good one is: La Carotte Joyeuse, 690 St-Jean, within easy walking distance of Old Quebec. http://www.happycow.net/north_americ...quebec/quebec/
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Hi iam from India.on a business trip ..can u suggest some good veg restarant near Kirkland
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Hi iam from India.on a business trip ..can u suggest some good veg restarant near Kirkland



Try grocery stores for bread, warm and eat soups, also the frozen section etc., If I know of any families there I will let you know. Chances are low though. Where in India are you from ?
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Hi iam from India.on a business trip ..can u suggest some good veg restarant near Kirkland



Hi! bhooma



Montreal is an easy city to get around , and there are many vegetarian restaurants to discover other good choices are italian or indiian restaurants that always have something vegetarian to eat. You may want to look up

le commensal many locations .Well enjoy your stay and good luck



Peace.....vegieman
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#196 Old 03-23-2010, 06:35 AM
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Salut Ã* tous! Hello to all! Kris reporting from Montreal! <3
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Any vegans from Montreal (or others visiting soon) want to go check out some vegan restaurants on St-Denis or Saint-Laurent?
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I do! :P
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#199 Old 05-23-2010, 08:32 PM
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The best Vegan place I've been in Montreal is "Aux Vivres" on St. Laurent. http://www.auxvivres.com/ The choice is not huge but their food is amazing. I also liked Bonys a lot. http://www.bonnys.ca/home.htm Their meals are quite original and healthy, though they are vegetarian and not vegan, and they are also pricier.
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The best Vegan place I've been in Montreal is "Aux Vivres" on St. Laurent. http://www.auxvivres.com/ The choice is not huge but their food is amazing. I also liked Bonys a lot. http://www.bonnys.ca/home.htm Their meals are quite original and healthy, though they are vegetarian and not vegan, and they are also pricier.

I agree, Fraisie and I went to Aux Vivres, it was amazing!
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Oh! Aux Vivres has the best Thai bowls and an AMAZING BLT made with smoked coconut, on a fresh chapati. So so so good. La Faim du Monde on Saint-Denis always has tasty specials at a very affordable price and Chu Chai is a decadently delicious vegan Thai restaurant also on Saint-Denis. It's more expensive but so worth it.

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#202 Old 01-07-2011, 09:16 PM
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Any vegan Montrealers want to hang out soon-ish?
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Brought some friends to Aux Vivres, was good times all 'round.

Also, Crudessence. Managed to break some omni myths like, "I thought if I ate a vegan meal my poop would be see-through". -_-

I'm glad to say my omni friends liked all the vegan nom noms, and would gladly go again, with me or without me. As someone very wise said to me, "planting seeds".

If anyone in the Montreal area, or visiting soon, wants to eat at a vegan eatery, let me know. Vegan noms and good conversation are always a good time.
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Brought some friends to Aux Vivres, was good times all 'round.

I went to Aux Vivres last time I was in Montreal. I was so excited, the waiter thought I was weird. It was my first vegan restaurant experience, I couldn't contain myself. The tofu burger was so-so, but apparently I ordered the most boring item I could. I had a piece of carrot cake and all my omni friends decided it was the best carrot cake in the history of carrot cake!

I'll be back in May and would love some recommendations!
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This is rvijay. Unable to log into my old account, so I post with this new account/nick now. I am hardly on forums these days. Just saying hi to all those who knew me here before.
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