Once upon a time, eating vegan out of the house was difficult, to say the least. While it's still not the easiest option, I'm finding that I'm hardly ever stuck with a salad or baked potato. Traveling through the airports this year was a breeze. I found something palatable everywhere I went. In Chicago's O'Hare there is even a deli (sorry I forgot to make note of the name) that advertises it has vegan foods. I picked up the Soul Gourmet Grilled Southwest Tofu Salad and was more than pleasantly surprised by it's barbequed yumminess. They also had a slew of vegan wraps to choose from too.
And if that isn't shocking enough, I keep hearing rumors that Real Food Daily is slated to open a restaurant in LAX (the Los Angeles Airport), although I can't find mention of it on their site. Jane and I laugh at the thought of that. People already think California is the land of fruit and nuts, can you imagine how they'll respond getting off a transcontinental flight, only to find a VEGAN restaurant.