When your favourite vegetarian restaurants stop serving beef – but what about your favourite restaurant’s meat?
In the past year or so, the internet has exploded with articles and blogs claiming that many vegetarian restaurants and cafes have stopped serving meat.
It is true that many of these restaurants and cafés have been forced to remove their meat from their menus in the past few years.
But many of the vegetarian restaurants that have decided to switch off meat are still serving beef.
And, as always, the question remains, why?
There are two reasons.
Firstly, many vegetarian cafés and restaurants have chosen to keep their meat on the menu.
And secondly, many of them have found it hard to find enough local ingredients to ensure that their meat is high quality and delicious.
The vegetarian restaurant chain Veggie Express, for example, announced in March 2018 that it had stopped serving beef on the premises.
Veggie is an Australian vegan and vegetarian restaurant based in Melbourne’s inner west.
Veggies has been in business for over 15 years, and has over 250 locations across Australia.
This is not to say that Veggie’s decision is without merit.
It does make a good point that veggie restaurants and their food are often among the most popular places in the country.
But, as the number of veggie eateries in Australia has grown, so has the demand for their meat.
There are many vegetarian cafes and restaurants in Melbourne and Sydney that are not serving meat, yet many are still stocking it on their menus.
In some cases, the veggie menu is more than 100 per cent vegetarian, which means that a dish of chicken with mushrooms, carrots, potatoes, and a bit of rice has to be vegetarian, too.
As with any business, there is always a cost to serving meat and veggie on the dining table.
As veggie Express said, “the cost of serving meat in our restaurants is a significant concern for us”.
There are a few reasons why veggie cafes and dining halls may not be stocking meat on their menu.
Firstly and foremost, many restaurants have been ordered to cease selling beef by the meat industry, as a result of increased regulations and regulations that have come into effect in recent years.
While it is true there have been no definitive statistics for this, there have also been many anecdotal reports of restaurants closing down because of beef restrictions.
Secondly, as many of our vegetarian and vegan friends know, there are many other ingredients that can be added to vegetarian dishes, including onions, garlic, leeks, and mushrooms, and even spices such as cinnamon, cardamom, and coriander.
But in the case of veg restaurants, there simply isn’t the demand or the availability of these ingredients.
Thirdly, it is also worth noting that veg vegetarian restaurants are often based in larger cities.
While the majority of our customers come from small towns or cities, veggie vegetarian restaurants can sometimes be found in larger towns, like Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane.
They can also be found outside of these cities, in smaller, less-developed towns, and in rural areas of Australia.
So, the demand that many veggie vegetarians and vegans face is not just from the meat-free and vegan communities in their communities, but also from those outside the mainstream community.
And it is important to note that vegans and vegetarians often work alongside veggie food businesses, such as Vegemasters and Vegetarians in a Veggie World, as well as a number of other vegetarian-owned restaurants.
This provides a much needed layer of balance between the meat and vegetarian communities in our communities.
Finally, veg vegetarians can also find that many restaurants that were previously serving vegetarian food, including restaurants in the cities, are now serving beef, and veg meat.
So there are a number reasons that many vegan restaurants and other vegetarian establishments may not have been able to keep up with demand and supply.
It may not just be because of the increased regulations, but because of increasing demand from the mainstream.
So what can you do?
There is no single solution for veg eateries and restaurants that still serve meat, and some of the vegan and vegetarian communities are already aware of this.
But there are several things that you can do.
The first thing you can try is to find a vegetarian restaurant or cafe that has beef on their veggie menus.
This may be hard to do on a daily basis, but it is something that can help to improve your dining experience and increase the quality of your meals.
There is also a number on the veg menu, including veggie salad and vegg sandwiches.
There also are vegetarian dishes on the menus of many vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants and restaurants.
Try these on for size.
Secondly you can also try looking into a vegan and/or vegetarian restaurant.
Some of the popular vegetarian restaurants in Sydney, Sydney’s CBD, Melbourne and Brisbane are not vegetarian, but have ve