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Icelandic diets are meat-heavy, but fresh vegetables have become more widely available in recent years, partly because of local production in geothermally heated greenhouses. Pasta dishes are common on menus. The few vegetarian restaurants and health-food stores in the country are concentrated in Reykjavík and Akureyri.

VegDining.com and Happy Cow's Vegetarian Guide (www.happycow.net) are good resources for Iceland's vegetarian dining options.

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