The French fries, hash-brown nuggets, breadsticks, English muffins, and CrissCuts at Carl’s Jr. are all vegan. In the restaurant, there is an all-you-can-eat salad bar that offers tons of fresh vegetables and a three-bean salad that can be topped with fat-free Italian dressing. Finally, the restaurant offers Great Stuff™ baked potatoes, which can be ordered with all-vegetable margarine.
Head to Wendy’s for a plain baked potato or Deluxe Garden Salad (ask for “no cheese”) with the red Italian dressing, or a large order of French fries. You can also ask for a veggie sandwich, which includes everything that would normally be on the burger, but without the meat—they even have a button for it.
Several of Taco Bell’s dishes can be veganized by simply deleting a few ingredients. The “7 Layer Burritos” can be vegan with five layers—just forgo the cheese and sour cream. The tacos, nachos, and Mexican pizzas are newly vegan after withdrawing the meat, cheese, and sour cream.
Subway’s Veggie Delite—on Italian bread, minus cheese and mayo—is deelish! Want a great tip to spice things up a bit? After visiting Subway, run to the nearest grocery store and purchase some fake lunch meats and load your sub up!
We never said this stuff was good for you, and Arby’s is no exception. OK, so you can get the garden salad or the side salad with Italian dressing and the baked potato, of course. But then go for the French fries and the potato cakes dipped in the Arby’s Sauce. Finish it all off with an apple or cherry turnover.
A great alternative to Subway is Quiznos Sub. They offer a Veggie sub that’s filled with guacamole, black olives, lettuce, tomato, red onion, mushrooms, and Red Wine Vinaigrette Dressing—just make sure to order it without the cheese. Grab a side garden salad, chips, and a soda and you’re good to go.