I am sitting on a ferry on the way back from Amrum, a small island in the North Sea. It takes quite a while to get there and also to get home.
So why not use the time to write...
It was a great day. We rented two bikes and discovered most of the island by it. We rested a bit on the northern point and sat in the sand, it's beautiful there.
When you are going north, or better said close to the sea you mostly expect not getting too much vegan food. Normally there is even a cafe serves vegan waffles, which my girlfriend is craving for since the start of our trip. Of course the had their rest day on Wednesday, again no waffles... If you are lucky and not visiting Amrum on a Wednesday, here is their website.
Instead we had some pasta in a small restaurant near the beach, nothing too fancy.
Until the afternoon we still have been in Duesseldorf and I had my first ever "Alt" beer which is a local special sort of beer. It tastes good, I like it, except the small size of the glass. With 250 ml you don't even start to drink beer, but that's another story...
Other than that it is really nice to see that more and more vegan alternatives are coming up. The meat replacements for people that are willing to switch are getting better and better. That also means there is less and less excuse to eat meat.
If you miss like one percent of taste but that one percent could save a life, isn't it selfish than to still eat meat?