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  1. Hi Molly, Just finished your blog article on vegetarian options and had to laugh at the part about tuna, bacon and ham being considered “non-meat” options. I was a vegetarian when I first came to Spain, and it was desperately difficult to order anything that didn’t have jamon sprinkled on top. Today, I am a “flexitarian” meaning I favor vegetarian dishes but will consume whatever is placed in front of me when I’m out with friends. Eating is so communal in Seville, where we spend so much time in cafes and bars. And I have to admit, I love chorizo!

  2. Molly Sears-Piccavey

    I didnt think much to Jamon Serrano (parma ham) when I arrived in 1998.
    Now I love the stuff. best to have an open mind when living out of normal environment. Never say never!

  3. Molly Sears-Piccavey

    Hi,
     
    In Marbella, I´d recommended Loving Hut, see this article in english about them. http://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news/2011/11/02/loving-hut-marbella-restaurant-review/
     
    Although not Marbella itself , one of my favourite places in Malaga, on Pedralejo beach is called LA GALERNA
    They have Fresh juices, milk shakes and great salads.  Not a strictly vegetarian place, but there are non meat options and the bread is wonderful.  It´s great in winter to watch the waves crash on the shore while you have toast and coffee at the weekend.

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