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Disneyland is the stuff of dreams. And now those who are lucky enough to experience it will have a wide range of dining options.

Disneys Magic Kingdom in Florida is now catering to vegans as it launches a plant-based pamphlet showing off all its latest additions to the menu.

The menu boasts vegan alternatives to Sloppy Joes, hamburgers, and introduces the Southwest cheeseburger.

Lucky customers can choose from a range of animal-free mains and desserts which are highlighted in the pamphlet in green.

The leaflet covers all the areas of the park which have establishments that serve the stuff, including Fantasyland, Liberty Square, Tomorrowland, and more.

So whichever part of the massive dreamland youre on, you can eat up between continuing your journey.

Plant-based pamphlet at Disney Picture: Disney
(Picture: Disney)

The move from Disneyland Magic Kingdom comes after animal rights charity PETA named it the most vegan-friendly amusement park.

Across the park, there are many meat, egg, and dairy-free options and all popcorn and pretzels in every corner is suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

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One of the areas, Adventureland, has vegan items such as Perkins Thai noodles, Shiriki noodle salad, and curried vegetable crew stew.

The vegan Sloppy Joe will be made with a tomato-based sauce and mustard slaw.

One of the desserts youll find available is the Peter Pan Float – a frozen key lime dish with Sprite.

The handy guide also informs customers whether the restaurant is a quick service (QSR), table service (TSR) and if the food is for breakfast (B), lunch (L), or dinner (D).

Visitors can pick the pamphlet in any of the kiosks.

So rejoice, vegans and those who are into delicious ethical food, there are morRead More – Source

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