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Vegetarian diet in Botswana?

over 10 years ago about Botswana

Is it possible to eat a vegetarian diet in botswana, and if so what would that likely consist of? Is there a vegetarian culture there at all? Is it hard to find non-animal-product food?

Asked by Rob Saunders via Site_iconTravellr.com

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    It is possible to be a vegetarian in Botswana. I am not normally a vegetarian but i went vegetarian while i was in Africa for a few months. One of the girls i was with is a vegetarian and she was actually quiet impressed with the vegetarian food over there. The supermarkets stock vegetarian food in the freezers. I am not to sure what it is like eating out at places tho. We cooked our food all the time. Not to sure if that helps you but if you are cooking your own means pop in to a local supermarket. over 10 years ago

    Answered by Rachel Christian via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Yes, it is possible. I'm in Botswana now, and I've been veg for four years. There is always rice or pap available (which is corn based), and usually the vendors have spinach or cabbage available. Just be careful--most of the gravy sauces have meat or are made with some kind of stock. about 10 years ago

    Answered by Tracy via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Yes,am a Motswana and in some culture they live by vegetables especially wild one'slik Water lilies(tswii in setswana). almost 9 years ago

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