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Old 01-22-2013, 06:09 PM   #16
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Sailed the Dream early December and had no problems with Vegetarian food (Also ate at Palos and Remy's with no problems). You can go to the disney cruise line website and under the Disney Dream look at Dining at they have sample menus. Honestly I never felt hungry - had a lot of food - and I think the best thing was trying new foods that I wouldn't have done otherwise.

Some of my favourite food were:
Animators Palate: Black Truffle Pasta Pursuits
(Pasta Purse filled with Truffle scented Cheese and coated with a delicate Champagne Sauce), Creamy Butternut Squash Soup

Enchanted Garden (didn't eat here as we had Remy's) Also didn't have the pirate menu as we were at Palos (I HATE the pirate menu from previous sailings)

Royal Palace: Royal Market Green Salad
(Cherry Tomato, Cucumbers, Peppered Goat Cheese and a Raspberry Vinaigrette) and Pan seared Tofu, (Roasted Zucchini, Eggplant and Red Peppers on Israeli Couscous with a Lime-Cilantro Drop) Tahitian Vanilla Crème Brûlée!!!

Palos - EVERYTHING! The Antipasti selection (aged parmesan, roasted red peppers, Balsamic vinegar), Grilled Portobello Mushroom and Polenta with a Roasted Shallot Sauce and a Parmesan Crisp and of course the chocolate souffle!

Remy's - I had a personalized vegetarian menu (that I have somewhere). Not everything was my personal taste of food but it was an amazing overall experience.

Also I really like the veggie burgers (the same old Disney ones), and always had access to a lot of fruit and other goodies at cabanas and on deck 11. Now I'm super hungry...
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Do they use vegetarian cheese? Also, do they use vegetable stock for non-meat soups? I guess tho' after 30+ years of not eating meat I'm probably better not knowing sometimes?
I'm pretty sure the servers on the Dream told me that the savory soups had chicken or beef stock. Soup was never an option when we went over the menu for what I could eat. (I think the fruit soups are OK for vegetarians, but they do contain dairy.)
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Do they use vegetarian cheese? Also, do they use vegetable stock for non-meat soups? I guess tho' after 30+ years of not eating meat I'm probably better not knowing sometimes?
On every cruise I request Vegetarian French Onion soup (with cheese) and they make it specially. It's amazing!
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I was less than impressed with the vegetarian options on the Magic, and not overly thrilled with the choices on the Dream. Yes, there are multiple options...but only one entree option, and typically mushroom heavy. The others are soup/salad, and appetizer. We ended up ordering vegetables (listed as accompaniments to the carnivore entrees) several nights when on the Magic.
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I did not like the black bean patty dish though. .
If you are referring to the black bean patties on pirate night... good god, that has to be one of the worst vegetarian (strike that, ANY) dishes that I have ever had. The description sounds so good, but it is dry and flavorless. I could not eat more than three bites.
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Do they use vegetarian cheese? Also, do they use vegetable stock for non-meat soups? I guess tho' after 30+ years of not eating meat I'm probably better not knowing sometimes?
Disney doesn't put meat stock into a soup they say is vegetarian.

As for cheeses, I don't know, but if I'm dining out I just don't think about it. I haven't been able to go vegan, so I just deal by ignoring. At home, of course, I read ingredients; so I just live as though the chefs are reading ingredients to that extent as well.
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Disney doesn't put meat stock into a soup they say is vegetarian.

As for cheeses, I don't know, but if I'm dining out I just don't think about it. I haven't been able to go vegan, so I just deal by ignoring. At home, of course, I read ingredients; so I just live as though the chefs are reading ingredients to that extent as well.
I think this is a wise way to go. I also rely on the chefs knowing what they're putting in the veggie dishes!

Having meat stock won't kill me if I don't know about it .. morally it may, but physically, it won't. I'd prefer to know it's not in there, but I go with the thought of if it's got a V by the side of it, they've made it without meat stock.

I love mushrooms luckily so tend to have mushroom this, mushroom that then mushroom this again!
Last cruise, they offered to make me a mushroom lasagne .. it had 2 mushrooms in it and a ton of aubergine ... eggplant for you guys! yuk yuk
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