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My Disney Food Porn

#1 Postby alisonfsm » Wed Sep 22, 2010 2:25 pm

Just got back from a week long vacation in Disney, and wanted to share :D

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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#2 Postby Dallas » Wed Sep 22, 2010 4:38 pm

This is all Vegan? Delicious.

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#3 Postby alisonfsm » Wed Sep 22, 2010 4:48 pm

YES! :-) all vegan, all delicious, the waffles they make for people with gluten allergies, they make with rice milk and canola oil, so pretty much everyone with food allergies/dietary preferences can have them. They were AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME! The food was sooo good! I didn't even take pictures of everything I got to eat either!

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#4 Postby hsorlando » Wed Sep 22, 2010 7:49 pm

Where exactly did you eat?
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#5 Postby alisonfsm » Thu Sep 23, 2010 7:19 am

I ate at-
Cape May Cafe Character breakfast- Vegan-mickey waffles, hashbrowns, & fruit
Ohana- (Chef Julie was good! First thing she asked after I said I was vegan was if I did honey products, usually people don't think to ask that)Salad, noodles, steamed veggies, fresh baba ganoush & hummus with pita chips, Sweet & sour tofu with rice, and a freshly made "ice cream" sandwhich
Kona cafe - GF waffles with fruit
Hollywood n Vine(character meal)-Edamame salad, asian slaw salad, fruit, bread, and couscous with roasted veggies in a spicy tomato sauce
1900 Park Fare-breakfast foood wasn't so great, fruit, and a stale bagel with watery instant oats, dinner I have heard is much better
Tusker housebreakfast- chef offered to make me 3 things I stopped at 2-Curried tofu & vegan pizza
Ohana breakfast-Chef Julie again!- Vegan waffles, fruit, breakfast potatoes, and tofu scramble
Kona-Dinner-Asian noodles, was offered vegan dessert said no
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super fun & tasty trip!

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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#6 Postby chrisjs » Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:05 pm

Awesome! Did you make reservations with dietary requests or did you just show up and explain then?

I've never had luck with reservations actually passing that info along. I've had their waffles before and they really are good.

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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#7 Postby alisonfsm » Thu Sep 23, 2010 3:22 pm

Well, when I made the reservations online, I noted a dairy & egg allergy, then a few weeks before I went I called Disney Dining and had them note VEGAN on all of our res. It doesn't really matter, but it just makes me feel better. When you check in they have stamps now that they stamp your receipt witrh if you have a dietary request that way your server knows(and they do it everytime) to bring the chef out to you table to talk to you. Also FYI at the snack carts and counter service places, you can ask for ingredients list. My 4 pack was gone(yes I only develop 4 ever) and my bikini got packed up in place of a one peice after our first day of eating! I ate sooo much. Epcot has a lot of fun vegan options too! I had soooo much yummy food there!

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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#8 Postby chrisjs » Thu Sep 23, 2010 4:17 pm

Awesome. Glad it went so well. Last time we went for a while was four years ago, the only fancy meal we had was at the Contemporary for fireworks, everything else was just choosing the right counter service places.

At the time we found this book extremely helpful: http://www.amazon.com/Vegetarian-Disney ... 0762727039

But it's way too old to be useful now.

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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#9 Postby alisonfsm » Fri Sep 24, 2010 12:58 pm

They need to rewrite that whoooooole book! haha! Thank goodness for the internet!
Here are the links I use to plan my trips

http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2473465<--I'm VeganCupcake
http://bashfulvegan.blogspot.com/
http://vegansatori.blogspot.com/
http://veganindisney.wordpress.com/
http://allears.net/din/dining.htm
If you scroll down the allears link page- they have a whole section for vegan/vegetarian food.

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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#10 Postby crashnburn » Fri Sep 24, 2010 2:32 pm

alisonfsm wrote:They need to rewrite that whoooooole book! haha! Thank goodness for the internet!
Here are the links I use to plan my trips

http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=2473465<--I'm VeganCupcake
http://bashfulvegan.blogspot.com/
http://vegansatori.blogspot.com/
http://veganindisney.wordpress.com/
http://allears.net/din/dining.htm
If you scroll down the allears link page- they have a whole section for vegan/vegetarian food.


alisonfsm wrote:I ate at-
Cape May Cafe Character breakfast- Vegan-mickey waffles, hashbrowns, & fruit
Ohana- (Chef Julie was good! First thing she asked after I said I was vegan was if I did honey products, usually people don't think to ask that)Salad, noodles, steamed veggies, fresh baba ganoush & hummus with pita chips, Sweet & sour tofu with rice, and a freshly made "ice cream" sandwhich
Kona cafe - GF waffles with fruit
Hollywood n Vine(character meal)-Edamame salad, asian slaw salad, fruit, bread, and couscous with roasted veggies in a spicy tomato sauce
1900 Park Fare-breakfast foood wasn't so great, fruit, and a stale bagel with watery instant oats, dinner I have heard is much better
Tusker housebreakfast- chef offered to make me 3 things I stopped at 2-Curried tofu & vegan pizza
Ohana breakfast-Chef Julie again!- Vegan waffles, fruit, breakfast potatoes, and tofu scramble
Kona-Dinner-Asian noodles, was offered vegan dessert said no
:-)
super fun & tasty trip!



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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#11 Postby alisonfsm » Thu Mar 03, 2011 10:30 am

We went again at the end of January with my husband's family (we're passholders) Figured I'd share these as well. These are from Ohana our chef was Chef Marcos. It was so good!
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Also, I did drop the ball b/c I did NOT take pictures of the goodies I got at Downtown Disney's new vegan bakery - BabyCakes! But I saved the receipt so I would remember what I got! This particular BabyCakes is also all wheat & gluten free as well. I purchase a choc chip cookie, a choc chip cookie sandwich with frosting for cream, a vanilla crunch donut, a choc crunch donut, brownie bites, a red velvet cupcake, and a lemon cupcake top. Next time we go up I will definitely take pictures! I also tried some new treats at Epcot- I got vegan nachos at the new Mexico Counter Service in Epcot, and a watermelon slush at the Morrocco drink stand.

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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#12 Postby chrisjs » Thu Mar 03, 2011 10:39 am

Awesome stuff! My wife and I were planning on bringing our 2 year old daughter later this summer... but now we have another kid on the way so that'll be delayed a bit. :)

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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#13 Postby penpen » Fri Mar 25, 2011 2:31 am

Gah... now I want to go. This is awesome.

And Chris, I'm sure they have stuff for fetuses to do too. Like somersaults.

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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#14 Postby chrisjs » Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:50 am

Haha yes. I meant that our timetable would have put us there after the baby's born. Juggling a near-three year old and newborn will be stressful enough without having to chase the one around the world showcase. :)

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Re: My Disney Food Porn

#15 Postby DAX » Sat Apr 09, 2011 3:08 pm

I knew I shouldn't have clicked on this thread. I'm starving now! :)

Which Disney location? **fingers crossed for Orlando**

Amazing job either way.
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