1. I didn’t realize Disney was so vegan friendly! These are wonderful tips. We were supposed to go there in January but canceled the trip because we cannot afford it. At least now I have this info for the future.

    Enjoy the rest of your time there!

  2. Wow, that’s great. My omni friend blogged about her family’s trip to Disney World and the food all looked sickening to me, the opposite of vegan. Good to know there is a choice.

  3. We took the kids to Disney last spring and had not trouble finding food at all. Everyone was very accommodating to both our vegan choices and our daughter’s peanut allergy. We stayed at Fort Wilderness, but in the cabins, so we had a full kitchen. We went to Whole Foods when we got to town stocked up for breakfast supplies, packed our lunch to take with us each day, and only ate dinner and snacks in the park. It worked out perfectly. I was also delighted to see that many snack carts throughout the parks had fresh fruit and vegetables as snack options!!

  4. That’s a GREAT post, as we were going to go over the holidays and use our last 2 days on our Disney tickets. But, we decided to wait until Mardi Gras week, since it will be very crowded now. I’ll have to write this all down and take it with us. In the past, it’s been really tough, even for vegetarian food. At first, they didn’t even have veggie burgers!! It sounds like now you can get a lot more, yay! Great post.

  5. Sarah

    Thank you so much for this all of this great information! I am newly vegan and my husband is newly ovo-lacto vegetarian and I’ve been racking my brain trying to figure out what we will do for vacation. My stepdaughter is 8 and we are hoping to take her to Disney this year, so this information is perfect! Thanks so much!

  6. Laura

    THANK YOU for posting this. I am a brand new vegan and this information will come in very handy during our first ever trip to Disney. thank you!

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