Originally Posted by VeganTigress
Is the iced coffee with Soy milk vegan? I just noticed it was not on the list.....
Hm wouldn't that be a frappe-latte or something? I don't think it is in nero's because they use a powder which has dairy in it in their iced coffee drinks from what I can gather - you can ask though. The cafe neros around me always seem pretty clued up on whats vegan etc
Also, Boots food has three vegan labled lunches. Two sandwhiches (ones like, carrot, hummus and bean sprout? and the others something like bean paste and flaked almonds and something else) and a cous cous with falafel and hummus, they're part of the meal deal so you can get a sandwhich, snack (they have olives, fruit and crisps which are deffinatly all vegan, probally some other stuff) and a drink for 2.99
Only thing is to check the dates cause one I had was a bit stale, I guess not that many people have it, but apart from that really good, different and its not often you see vegan sandwhiches on the highstreet!
Oh and marks and spencers do a sundried tomato and orzo pasta thing that's vegan (as far as I can tell, the ingrediants are pretty simple) and quite nice and I think there's another "superfood" pasta that's vegan too, but that's going on my boyfriends word who checked it out and told me, I don't know if it's anygood.They also have vegetable samosas that are reeeealy nice, and hummus and carrot sticks if all else fails
Also, most independant coffee shops will do beans on toast (minus the butter, and they normally have ingrediants for th ebread) jacket potato with beans (ditto) or roast vegetable sandwhiches/pasta type things. That's what I've found anyway
But they don't tend to do soya milk so you're stuckwith black coffee, tea or cold drinks. On the whole