Dole Pineapple Whip is non-dairy. Bengal Barbecue had (don't know if they still have) a veggie skewer that's good but it needs salt. I should think fries ought to be okay, as well, if not very tasty. Worst comes to worst there's always candy.
Blue Bayou has a meatless offering involving mushrooms and cous cous.
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sorry for not adding anything useful to the thread but this just caught me way off guard, haha.
but thinking about it, that would be in bad taste so here's some quick things i found:
Royal Street Veranda, the place in New Orleans where you can get the gumbo, has a Vegan Gumbo available. old ingredient lists say that it included butter, but now it isn't the case as they use cornstarch as a thickener -- no dairy is added.
Blue Bayou offers a vegan portobello mushroom meal
Village Haus (in DisneyWorld) has vegan boca burgers, so possibly the disneyland location would also
in Downtown Disney, the La Brea Bakery offers a vegan asparagus soup, and there's also a Jamba Juice in DTD.
got some info from veggieboards.com. searching for 'disneyland' or something similar to narrow it down would be of some help
That's not just the fruit, that's everything they sell in the parks.
When I buy food in the parks I tend to choose things that have a lot/fair amount and are at reasonable prices. But with the fruit when I see a few chunks of fruit in a box for something like 4 dollars that's something to point out to avoid....
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Re: Vegan options for DLR
HERE WHAT YOU CAN DO: BEST WRAPPED EVER!!!!! without any meats
What I like about Taste Pilot restaurant over in DCA near Soaring over California ride is:
Every time I would buy a hamburger combo that comes with either fries or onion rings.
I would always go to the condiment section and grab myself a several large pieces of green lettuce. I will then take 1 or 2 fries and wrap it in lettuce and some pickles and dip it into either ketchup, barbecue sauce, and or ranch. It will make you get full fast if you are not full already from eating the hamburger.
In my culture, we would always wrap egg roll, meat, etc into lettuce and dip it into our sauce. A lot of people do not know that.
Similar to a protein burger at IN-N-Out. where it contains no buns.
Also, for snack, I would just go buy myself a side of french fries and do the same thing. LOL
If you're looking for a good place outside of the DLR I recommend 118 Degrees, which is located on Bristol St. in Costa Mesa roughly 10-15 miles south of Disneyland. It is vegan raw cuisine, and the food is not cooked above 118 degrees. Some of the dishes do contain mild organic cheeses, but I am sure you can ask them to omit that. It may or may not sound appetizing, but it is delicious!
One thing to be aware of is even if Disney has a veggie skewer on the menu like in Bengal BBQ, it's cooked on the same skillet as the pork, chicken, etc. Those keeping kosher avoid Bengal for that reason alone.