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Gaelic to English Vegan Travel Translations

Vegan? Travelling to Ireland?

Here's your Gaelic starter for ten:

Is veigeán mé. Ní ithim feoil, éineoil, iasc, bia mara ná táirgí ainmhithe, táirgí deiríochta, uibheacha agus mil san áireamh.

That's Gaelic for: "I am a vegan. I do not eat any meat, poultry, fish or seafood or any animal products including all dairy products, eggs and honey."

And here's a bunch of other words and short phrases that will help you share your vegan dietary requirements while travelling in Ireland.

vegetarian: veigeatóir
vegan: veigeán
I will not eat: ní ithim
meat: feoil
chicken: sicín
duck: lacha
cow: mairteoil
steak: stéig
pig: muiceoil
pork: muiceoil
bacon: bagún
seafood: bia mara
fish: iasc
crabs: portáin
mussels: diúilicíní
oysters: oisrí
prawns: cloicheáin
octopus: ochtapas
milk: bainne
cream: uachtar
yoghurt: iógart
butter: im
cheese: cáis
eggs: uibheacha
honey: mil
thank you: go raibh maith agat

But we've got an option to share with you that take things a giant step further than that.

Agogo Eats takes the hassle out of ordering vegan food in Ireland with our vegan travel translation app, Veganagogo.

Option 1. Veganagogo Vegan Travel App for the iPhone

Veganagogo, our 48 language iPhone vegan travel translation app allows you to confidently order Vegan food while travelling overseas.

Containing seven carefully thought out questions and statements, professionally translated by first language speakers at Translated.net, you can be sure your vegan message hits home with the waiter, the chef or whoever else you happen to meet on your travels. And it works offline to boot, something Google Translate is yet to manage.

Excuse the cliche, but for about the cost of a cup of coffee, with Veganagogo in your pocket you can have total dietary peace of mind when travelling abroad.

Here's a little peek under the hood.

Select Your Statement

Veganagogo Gaelic Question Screen

Select Gaelic

Veganagogo Gaelic Language Screen

Display Your Gaelic Vegan Translation

Veganagogo Gaelic Translation Screen
Download Veganagogo from the App Store

You can read a little more about Veganagogo here, check out the Veganagogo user guide or head straight to the App Store and grab your own copy now.

Option 2. Veganagogo Vegan Travel T-Shirts

Don't speak Gaelic? It's no big deal when you're decked out in one of our Agogo Eats Vegan Travel Tees. Simply flash your threads at your waiter and you'll be chowing down on delicious vegan fare before you can say, available from Amazon in a range of colours and sizes.

Check out the full range of Agogo Eats Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescetarian, Flexitarian and Reducetarian t-shirts.

So, there you have it. Agogo Eats has your Gaelic vegan translation options well and truly covered.

All that's left to say is bon voyage et bon app├ętit.

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