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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2012 12:04 pm 
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Wait, that's not pistacio, that's pear icecream! it's a very very swedish thing - also, it's quite tasty!


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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Wait, that's not pistacio, that's pear icecream! it's a very very swedish thing - also, it's quite tasty!

Finnish actually.


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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I just saw this. I get my caramel ice cream cones from a Coop Forum that's about 3km from the city centre. The only other ones I've been inside were absolutely tiny. The Oatly caramel ice cream in a tub is easier to find but inferior.


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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I'm going to a conference in Lund, and think I can manage one meal in Malmo. Where do you think I should go?

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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2012 12:38 pm 
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I'm going to a conference in Lund, and think I can manage one meal in Malmo. Where do you think I should go?


I'm not very familiar with Malmö, but I love Vegegården. They have a huge vegan all you can eat chinese buffet. Loads of deep fried fake meat for example. http://www.vegegarden.com/

Ones I've heard a lot about but never tried:
Kafé Agnez (https://www.facebook.com/ekokafeagnez/info). Organic vegetarian café with a lot of vegan stuff. This might be mostly sweet stuff though but I think they have great sandwiches and lighter stuff like that too.

Chez Madame: Lunch buffet tuesday-friday 11.30-14.30 (vegetarian/vegan). Breakfast buffet on Saturdays and Sundays, 9-12. Organic.

While writing this I found this blog http://skanevegan.blogspot.se about vegan stuff in that region, I'm sure you can translate it with google translate.

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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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Thanks for the tips pannkakan! They sound great.

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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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Hej hej! We have been eating our way through Sweden and its been awesome! Our trip is nearing the end though, and we've yet to try a vegan Swedish meatball! We'll be in Malmö for the next two days - does anyone know of a place there we can try some?

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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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My local ICA recently started stocking Astrid & Aporna stuff, including their meatballs. I would assume you can find those in Malmö too.

On an unrelated note: Goodstore apparently sells Vegusto cheeses now. If I end up going to Stockholm this weekend, I know where I will be leaving my money.


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2013 8:31 am 
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Chipmunk wrote:
The isn't a Stockholm-question as such: Where do I get nutritional yeast? The internet keeps telling me ICA, but I'm obviously not looking in the right section.

Health food shops usually have this one Image
Goodstore in Stockholm has Engevita.


good store now has two storesin stockholm :) one in sodermalm and one in hornstull - the latter being new :)

oh and though not everything here is vegan i *strongly* (ie i traveled 1800km and for 2 days to eat this all the way from glasgow...) the tofu smårgas at Cafe Copacabbanna, Hornstulls strand 3, 117 39 Stockholm, 08-669 29 39 on the red line hornstull.

sadly closed now i will miss: the roxy, they had awesome burgers and i had my first date there (I have never seen a girl smile like she did whileeating thatvegan burger)


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2013 8:36 am 
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Chipmunk wrote:
My local ICA recently started stocking Astrid & Aporna stuff, including their meatballs. I would assume you can find those in Malmö too.

On an unrelated note: Goodstore apparently sells Vegusto cheeses now. If I end up going to Stockholm this weekend, I know where I will be leaving my money.



they do sell vegusto, and they even sell the best vegan skinkor that side of the baltic (i will miss the ham and mustard dressing they do around christmas time) *mouth waters* but just learned how to make Sill - vegan Sill :)


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
PostPosted: Sun Dec 15, 2013 10:52 am 
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Just come back from my 7th trip to Stockholm but first as a vegan - I was a bit worried after eating nothing but salmon & cream sauce, herring etc. on previous visits but needn't have worried.

I loved Chutney on Katarina Banagat - such good value too. Main + hot side (potatoes and dill 'cream' sauce were amazing) + help yourself grated veg + bread + coffee ALL unlimited for £8 (80SEK). Had amazing blueberry pie & vanilla sauce too.

Visited Naturbageriet - had walked passed it loads of times previously without realising it was treasure trove of vegan baked goods. Loved the cinnamon pastry though was a massive sugarfest!


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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I am living now in Stockholm since 2009 :) - moved here from the western part of southern Sweden.

Have you checked out the new "Lysekils Vegetariskt Pålägg av mildrökt TångCaviar" (a rather new version of vegetarian caviar based on seaweed)? I found it really good tasting - bought it at Goodstore (which is my favorite shopping place right now in this city for all things vegan).


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
PostPosted: Tue Feb 17, 2015 3:32 am 
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FYI: Goodstore now has a second - and bigger! - store at Hornsgatan 176 which is much easier to access being right near the tunnelbana - stop Hornstull - and several buses (4, 40, 77).


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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Ovine wrote:
Just come back from my 7th trip to Stockholm but first as a vegan - I was a bit worried after eating nothing but salmon & cream sauce, herring etc. on previous visits but needn't have worried.

I loved Chutney on Katarina Banagat - such good value too. Main + hot side (potatoes and dill 'cream' sauce were amazing) + help yourself grated veg + bread + coffee ALL unlimited for £8 (80SEK). Had amazing blueberry pie & vanilla sauce too.

Visited Naturbageriet - had walked passed it loads of times previously without realising it was treasure trove of vegan baked goods. Loved the cinnamon pastry though was a massive sugarfest!


I realize this post is from awhile back, but I love Chutney. I always eat there when I'm in Stockholm.

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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 11:13 am 
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helgonblomma wrote:
I am living now in Stockholm since 2009 :) - moved here from the western part of southern Sweden.

Have you checked out the new "Lysekils Vegetariskt Pålägg av mildrökt TångCaviar" (a rather new version of vegetarian caviar based on seaweed)? I found it really good tasting - bought it at Goodstore (which is my favorite shopping place right now in this city for all things vegan).


I found it in Astrid & Aporna, Malmö, and I like it too on top of A&As tönsf*skpastej. A bit too salty but very yummi with slices on cucumber on the side!


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
PostPosted: Sat Feb 28, 2015 8:48 am 
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Tips: there has been a Vegan Food Truck in Stockholm for some time now, at this moment it sadly doesn't roll but will be back in April
https://sv-se.facebook.com/VegansoultrainFoodTruck

http://veganistan.se/stockholm/vegan-soul-train


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
PostPosted: Sun Jul 05, 2015 2:59 pm 
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Apparently there's a second vegan food truck in Stockholm now.
http://vegokartan.se/04918757/Vegan_Schmegan_Foodtruck


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
PostPosted: Tue Aug 04, 2015 8:00 pm 
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I will be in Stockholm for a week starting on August 14th. What are some absolute can't-miss places to eat. This thread isn't super current so I'm wondering what's new and happening. Thank you!


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2015 7:20 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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Going to Stockholm in July with the family. Any tips on what/where to eat at or near the family-friendly touristy things are welcome! We're going to Skansen and probably the Vasa museum. I will be toting a five-year-old and a baby.

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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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It's been several years since I've been to Stockholm or Skansen, but I remember even 5+ years ago you could get veggie korv and veggie burgers from the kiosks there! Have fun, I wish I could go too!

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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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Going to Stockholm in July with the family. Any tips on what/where to eat at or near the family-friendly touristy things are welcome! We're going to Skansen and probably the Vasa museum. I will be toting a five-year-old and a baby.


I think you know that Max nowadays has a hamburger based on pulled oumph? If you don't like food to hot ask them to lower or exclude the jalapenos. It's really good! The nearest I guess is the one directly at the Central station at Vasagatan 7.

If you can manage to get to Hornstull Goodstore has opened a cafe near their shop. And opposite Goodstore is femtopia another vegan cafe :)

Can you travel as far as Skanstull then you have The Plant in the shopping center Ringen where Maximilian Lund is serving vegan fastfood.


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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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ah, yes, of course. IF you can afford it and IF you can get a seat and IF it isn't closed Lao Wei is vegan chinese food heaven :)
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 Post subject: Re: Stockholm
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I'm going on a family holiday to Stockholm and it's going to be self catered, are there any supermarket products I should keep an eye out for?


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I'm going on a family holiday to Stockholm and it's going to be self catered, are there any supermarket products I should keep an eye out for?


Go to either of the two Goodstore shops (one at Hornsgatan 176 the other one at Skånegatan 92) and you should be able to buy most of the stuff. If that is too expensive, check bigger supermarkets near the town center like Dagslivs at Fridhemsplan - they have some vegan stuff at reasonable prices.


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