My Vegan Trip to Disney World – Hollywood Studios

Ah, the dazzling dancers, dandy candies and delicious dining amenities of Hollywood Studios. What could anyone possibly want besides that?

How about some more vegan choices? Because I could barely find any!

Black Bean “Soup” – Needs a load of work

Think Progresso, but with 10x the number of ingredients.
Think Progresso, but with 10x the number of ingredients.

For lunch, I had a meager black bean soup at Rosie’s All-American Café that had, I kid you not, at least 100 different ingredients. Hydrolyzed this and dehydrated that and reconstituted whatnot spanned at least half a page in the ingredient list binder the manager hauled out for me to see. Honestly, I really didn’t want to eat it, but I was starving and near death, so I didn’t really have a choice.

The soup tasted like canned product, which isn’t surprising given that insane ingredient list. There appeared to be a few bits of corn and onion here and there, but I can guarantee you, it isn’t fresh. I guess it’s a good last resort if there’s nothing else in your immediate vicinity.

Cantaloupe and Cucumber Salad – Almost Acceptable

Kind of like eating water--- salad should never serve as an entree, y'all!
Kind of like eating water— salad should never serve as an entree, y’all!

Salad for dinner? Probably my worst nightmare… but alas, I had little else of a choice. This salad, which I got from Backlot Express, had “Chopped Romaine, Red Onions, Tomato, Green Peas, and Zinfandel Vinaigrette” according to the Disney website, but trust me, that sounds a lot tastier than it really was. At least it wasn’t like, rehydrated shit. 

It pretty much tasted like your regular house salad, with some green peas thrown in, plus a few teensy chunks of cantaloupe. After I ate it, I felt hungrier than before I did. That is all.

My Vegan Trip to Disney World – Animal Kingdom

Mr. Kamal's Disney World Tree of Life

As I had warned before in my previous posts, the parks at Disneyland do NOT have tasty vegan meal options. With that being said yet again, I’ll give you a roundup of what was available in Animal Kingdom. First off, I stopped at Mr. Kamal’s for a falafel, since the map had noted it was […]

My Vegan Trip to Disney World – Resort Food Experience

Breakfast sandwich disney world vegan art of animation

RESORT FOOD EXPERIENCE – Lunch/Dinner During my stay, I found that the resorts typically have better options and more selections than the theme park restaurants. This is because there are actual chefs preparing your food, not just people bringing some pre-made food to the counter. It should also be noted that food selection and quality at each […]