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A vegan’s guide to… Gothenberg

Head to Sweden for a taste of outdoor coffee and cake, vintage shops and tours and stunning sea views. Richard Webber examines the nautical city’s vegan credentials…

Situated on Sweden’s west coast, Gothenburg is the country’s second city and largest seaport. Designed by the Dutch in 1621, this compact city is easily explored on foot and boasts ornate bridges crossing canals, wide boulevards, splendid architecture, acres of parkland and myriad restaurants and cafés. In fact, Gothenburgers indulge their passion for coffee and cake so much, they’ve even invented a word for it – “fika”. People take it so seriously that during cold snaps blankets are dished out at open-air cafés.

Where to eat

Like elsewhere around the globe, veganism is booming in Gothenburg with an increasing number of exclusively vegan restaurants and cafés – while many others offer exciting vegan options. Here are some of my favourites, all sampled during a recent trip to the city.

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Planning a vegan bbq or picnic? Don't just rely on the basics you can pick up from the supermarket, whip up a true feast to impress with the help of the July issue of Vegan Food & Living. With ideas for everything from aubergine and tofu kebabs to cauli-rice maki rolls, leek, mushroom and 'blue cheese' quiche, and creamy potato salad, your friends won't believe their tastebuds. Also this issue, we show you how to create your own tempeh using just 3 ingredients, create some epic vegan street food and share everyday superfoods that can help balance hormones. If that's not enough, we explore if our avocado obsession is destroying the planet, reveal how a vegan diet can help reverse type 2 diabetes and take a look at why palm oil is so controversial.