The happiest place on Earth just became a little more joyous with Disneyland Park offering four new plant-based options in honor of World Vegan Day, which is celebrated every November 1st. These new options will only be available until November 4th at the Harbour Galley restaurant in the “Critter Country” area in Disneyland Park.

As described on the Harbour Galley website, the four new dishes are: an Antipasti Salad with campanelle pasta tossed in a vinaigrette dressing with baby artichoke hearts, kalamata olives, cherry tomatoes, pepperoncini, roasted red peppers, and red onion; Couscous made with roasted pistachios and turmeric served with marinated black mission figs, cucumber salad, roasted eggplant purée, and flatbread; Pozole made with hominy, serrano peppers, slow-roasted tomatillos, lime, onion, radishes, and shredded cabbage; and the Lentil Chili Vegan Hot Dog which is just like what it sounds — a vegan hot dog topped with lentil chili, onions, and mustard. Prices for these items range from $5.99 to $10.99.

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Can’t make it to the park by the end of the weekend? Although we hope these tantalizing new dishes become permanent features on the menu, there are still a number of other vegan options to enjoy at Disneyland. Check out some of them here!

It is so wonderful to see such a powerful entity as Disney acknowledge World Vegan Day and recognize the ever-growing plant-based movement. Not only that, but the vegan dishes they created seem to be full of flavor, nutrition, and quality ingredients, showing the countless visitors to the park that plant-based eating can delight your taste buds and is not at all boring. Thank you, Disney!

Plant-based living is not only beneficial for animal welfare and our personal health, but it also has the power to help heal our ailing world. To learn more about the environmental impact of our food choices, check out the Eat for the Planet book!

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