Posted by JohnnySensible at 08/18/07 23:16:09In Italy I buy fruit & salad ingredients in the market & cut them up - before in Italy I pretty much gave up on Italian restaurants.
http://www.vrg.org/travel/travelbb.htm#SUBJECT0666 - take a look at the post by "Sal" - currently 2nd from the bottom.
This is a vegan centre / resort in Sicily with a lot more going on - http://bali3000.com/crystalsound/response.html
Posted by earlgrey at 10/06/07 05:36:29I'm back from Sicily. As we stayed at an apartment, we bought fresh vegetables and cooked our meals.
In the village called Balestrate, there's a casual restaurant "Piccola Palermo". It's not a vegetarian place but they serve several vegetarian dishes and they were very good. We paid less than 12 euros for 3 plates and drink.
Posted by JohnnySensible at 10/06/07 09:30:12Italy - a rough place for veg*ns!
Here is the BBC in 2000 quoting Cardinal Giacomo Biffi the ex-Archbishop of Bologna (a place infamous for it's pig abuse).
"Cardinal Giacomo Biffi, 71, said that the modern Antichrist, identified in the Book of Revelation as a seven-headed beast, was most likely now disguised as a philanthropist supporting creeds like vegetarianism, animal rights or pacifism, or advocating dialogue with Orthodox or Anglican believers.
But his true aim was to undermine the Catholic church, the Cardinal argued."
Posted by JohnnySensible at 10/06/07 09:44:02As recommended by "earlgrey" -
Rosticceria "La Piccola Palermo", Via Paolino Gesugrande 22, Balestrate Village - Tel 0918787271.
A "rosticceria" is the Italian equivalent of fast food, not US style burgers etc. , but "real" food. Only visit though if you trust your grasp of the Italian language!