• You miss the point. Plant based food isn't necessarily a vegan imitation of real food, like the Impossible Burger™ for example. Sure those timmitations exist, but people who eat plant based food for health/nutrition reasons, know that those imitation meats are not particularly good for you....

  • Would it be fair to say that as a vegetarian, if you were offered a great looking tasty dish that happens also to be vegan you'd be happy? Since fully plant-based food, is a subset of vegetarian just without the eggs/dairy/honey etc, you'd be fine with that?

  • Not quite. I was explaining re the difference between vegan and vegetarian for a start. Then I was spruiking a plant based diet a little. The things I write are correct. I have a fair amount of expertise in this area - I'm a doctor with an interest in plant-based nutrition. Those sports people I ...

  • no, vegan is not a marketing term. it's actually far more comprehensive than not eating animals. it's just that "vegan" appears to have become a  short cut for "follows a fully plant based diet". Vegans oppose the use/exploitation of animals in all ways:  for food, testing cosmetics, le...

  • meh. maybe it really is time to just get the cheapest ticket. use priority pass for the lounges.

  • Originally Posted by tommygun 1. Morning coffee and cardamom doughnuts at the waterfront Old Market Hall.2. Tram ride to see the city. Check out the Stalinist train station! Try to include the wooden house districts.3. Helsinki Cathedral - the white one.4. Esplanadi park.5. Temppeliaukio "underg...

  • Checked with my Finnair ground-staff friend. Yes, correct, they will not check the baggage through all the way on TWO DIFFERENT PNRs. In Singapore however, the ground-staff are so good, that you will not have to go Landside to get your luggage, you just go to the appropriate transfer desk and th...