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How Living Abroad Without Plant-Based Comforts Improved My Diet


How Living Abroad Without Plant-Based Comforts Improved My Diet


iStock/bbbrrnLiving abroad presents both its perks and its challenges. When you live in a foreign country short-term, it’s easier to indulge in a city and its cuisine and break all your rules in order to soak up the moment – transience is a form of immunity, in this case. When you live abroad long-term, your reality simply follows you to a new context and your main struggle is to adapt as seamlessly as possible. Throw a relatively high-strung diet into the mix, and assimilation can get messy and exhausting.

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