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More Americans are eating less meat, according to a recent Gallup poll, and that has become Suzannah Otis’ bread and non-dairy butter substitute.

Otis runs VeganDisneyFood.com, which she recently took over from her friend. She is a vegan convert, committing to the lifestyle relatively recently after a few years of flirting with a fully plant-based diet.

“I finally decided to make that jump. For me personally, it was pretty easy to be a vegetarian, but it was like giving up that last dairy. That was really hard for me because I love ice cream so much,” Otis said.

Before taking over Vegan Disney Food, Otis previously ran a Disney-focused blog, Zannaland.com, so she already knew the ins and outs of the House of Mouse. She also knew that Disney was getting into the business of offering more vegan-friendly fair at its parks.

“{At} he end of 2019, Disney came out with their completely plant-based initiative where they said that every restaurant was going to have at least one plant-based entre option and one plant-based dessert at the table service restaurants. So since then, it’s been so much easier to really find something for us vegans in the parks because we know at least there’ll be one option,” Otis said.

Prior to 2019, it was slim pickings for vegan tourists at Walt Disney World.

“Some places you could get like a black bean veggie burger, you could get a salad. It was very difficult to kind of you kind of had to pick apart existing entrees or dishes to see which parts you could or couldn’t eat,” Otis said.

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