The V-Spot – Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A

The V-Spot  is a vegan restaurant specializing in Latin cuisine and certified Kosher. They also have gluten-free options, fresh juice, fruit smoothies, soymilk shakes, a backyard patio, & vegan desserts. They have been featured on the Eyewitness News segment Neighborhood Eats, Telemundo, Brooklyn News 12 and El Diario newspaper. In addition, their empanadas are sold in bars and cafes around NYC.
Their cuisine style can be described as a combination of American (New), American (Traditional), Asian Fusion, Brunch, Burgers, Caribbean, Diners, Fast Food, Indian/Pakistani, Italian, Latin American, Mexican, Sandwiches, Soul Food, Tapas Bars, Tex-Mex, Thai, Vegan.
They only take cash – so come prepared.  They serve breakfast, lunch, dinners, coffee and drinks.
Full address: 156 5th Ave, Btwn Douglas & Degraw, Brooklyn, New York 11217
Call them: (718) 928-8778
email:  stevevspot@gmail.com and webhttp://www.VSPOT.nyc/
Give them a shout!

Mundo Vegan – Montclair, New Jersey, U.S.A

MUNDO VEGAN –  is a setting where your senses, appetite and desire for a delicious, healthy meal can harmoniously coexist.

Full address is: 20 Church St, Montclair, New Jersey 07042

They have created a vegan world for you when you visit them. Mundo Vegan is a setting where your senses, appetite and desire for a delicious, healthy meal can harmoniously coexist. They strive to satisfy all who dine at Mundo Vegan, from the omnivore to the vegan foodista. Their food is a blend of healthy and comforting – family favourites that they have grown up enjoying but – with a delicious vegan twist. They are dedicated to organic, non GMO, palm oil free, and gluten free (where indicated in menu), and believe that a delicious meal should be good for your heart and soul. They are thrilled to be able to provide that for you at Mundo Vegan. Menu changes with the local seasons, so please check back often to see how they are creatively using the local harvest in their menu.

Their cuisine covers American (Traditional), Caribbean, Cuban, Latin American and is all Vegan.

They do take reservations however walk ins are most welcome, great for group reservations, they do take outs, are little people friendly, offer waiter service and have a marvellous outdoor seating section!

Call them on: (973) 744-5503

Email them here: info@mundovegannj.com

and check out their web here: http://mundovegannj.com/

We support all 100% vegan restaurants all around the world, give their page a like, and share the great news! Vegan love!

 

The Magic Mushroom Kitchen – Aruba.

The Magic Mushroom Kitchen  in Aruba opened their doors In May 2012, and have been serving delicious meals ever since. The also deliver to surrounding areas including hotels – so please do contact them! The Magic Mushroom Kitchen. All magic and love….Chef meets Vegan and the rest is history. Passion, love and gratitude are infused in each dish.“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”~ Lao Tzu

Their mission statement is that it is their view that the vegan manner of living by its purely physical effect on the human temperament would most beneficially influence the lot of mankind.

Vegan food leaves a deep impression on our nature. If the whole world adopts veganism, it can change the destiny of humankind. Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegan diet.

Their address is; Seroe Blanco, Oranjestad, 88888
Contact them on; +297-6304811

Cuisine: Vegan, Caribbean, Delivery, Take-out Only

Vegan lunch food service. Open for take away and only at lunch time. They also deliver. Reservations required. Cash only.

The Poor People’s Palace – Antigua and Barbuda

Inandi’s Ireations/THE Poor People’s Palace on Facebook – please do give them a ‘like’ – they opened their doors on November 8th 2013 – serving authentic vegan.

Their address is; Upper Long Street, St John’s, Antigua.

Open Mon to Fri; 11am to 8pm, and Sat noon to 6 pm
The Poor Peoples Palace offers a warm bright atmosphere, authentic vegan food creations, Caribbean/African cultural crafts health/wellness and more love.  What POOR Means to them is prosperity, opportunity, over standing, righteousness  – not poverty. The main object is to make high quality products & services that are not only healthy & wealthy but most of all affordable and accessible to the general public. Their style of cuisine covers Western, Brunch, Burgers, Caribbean, Pizza, Sandwiches, but most importantly is all Vegan.
They take cash only.
Contact them on;  12687242158
They are a family style of serving island food with veggies and legume, vegan desserts – and are inexpensive.

The World is Vegan if you want it to be

So how many countries are there actually? Debatable, officially 193 officially recognized countries however, off the record could amount to 250. At any rate, we present to you the world map here, and do look forward to sharing each and every countries ‘switch’ to a plant based, compassionate, healthy, clean and cruelty free choice of living in the very near future. It is the only way to go if we are to survive!

Here is some interesting information regarding the official country set ups around the world, you may find this rather interesting:

While it would appear to be a rather simple matter to determine how many countries there are in the world, it is in fact quite complex. This is due not only to the ever-shifting political landscape, but also because the term ‘countries’ is somewhat fluid and open to interpretation.
A narrow definition of what a country is might look at a well-established group — such as the United Nations — and take its list of recognized members. In the case of the United Nations, there are 193 recognized states, with 192 being members of the United Nations, and the Vatican City, which is a permanent observer with all rights of a member, save voting rights.

One could also take an established definition for what a state is, and find all states which match those criteria. The most widely-accepted definition is given by the Montevideo Convention, from 1933. By these guidelines, a state must have a government, be in a position to interact with other states diplomatically, have a defined territory, and possess a permanent population. A rough count of these states would place the number of countries in the world at 201. That includes the 193 states recognized by the United Nations, as well as eight additional states. These are the Western Sahara, Taiwan, Northern Cyprus, Somaliland, South Ossetia, Transnistria, Abkhazia, and Nagorno-Karabakh. These states meet the criteria set out by the Montevideo Convention, but are all in a struggle with another, larger state, for independence, and so far have not been formally recognized by the United Nations.

An even broader definition could include some states which have been recognized by a number of countries, but have either failed to establish a steady government, or have failed to receive recognition by enough fellow states to truly meet the criteria of the Montevideo Convention. By adding in states such as the Cook Islands, Palestine, or the Chechen Republic, one could get to a much greater number of countries in the world — somewhere in the range of 210-230.


Going even broader, one can include countries that are part of a larger country, sometimes referred to as constituent countries. One obvious example of this would be the countries of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland — all making up the single country of the United Kingdom. In most counts of the countries in the world, these four countries are counted as one, but they could easily be counted as four instead. By including these sorts of countries there could be many hundreds, if not thousands, of countries in the world — especially if one were to start counting smaller states, such as California or Delaware in the United States, as independent in their own right.

Similarly, territories — such as the territory of Guam, a possession of the United States — are usually not counted in an official count, but are states by many criteria. These are referred to by the United Nations as Non-Self Governing Territories, and include an additional 16 territories.

So, how many countries are there in the world? 193 by the count of the United Nations. 193 also by the count of the United States Department of State. 201 by a tight interpretation of the Montevideo Conventions. Somewhere over 220 by a looser interpretation. And if we were to go by the number of countries that have their own domain suffix — such as .us for the United States, or .de for Germany — we would find 243.

So there is no firm answer, but 193 is commonly accepted, and somewhere between 193 and 250 seems rather certain.

At any rate we inspire you to share your love with each and every single one of them, embrace every individual, share your knowledge, include them all,  share your experiences about veganism and encourage them all to go vegan! We look forward to a united world that practices non-violence. Can you imagine a world without violence!

~ Active Vegan ~