What is a good vegan shopping list? I'm interesting in veganism and would like an example of your shopping lists.?
- Anonymous1 month ago
Whole wheat bread.
Dried legumes (lentils, black beans, pinto beans, garbanzo beans, red beans .... MOST of your every-day protein will be from slow-cooked legumes served over rice ... unless you like tofu, which I don't).
- 2 months ago
Bulk: Olive oil, Extra Virgin, peanuts, black beans/white beans,
frozen corn, lentils, brown rice, sweet potatoes, onions, garlic, celery, carrot, thyme, oregano, bread, pasta, canned whole tomato, ground flax seed, nutritional yeast, multiV as a precaution
Daily: various veg
If you’ve never gone vegan before, you’re honestly better off becoming a vegetarian first. Cutting out animal products entirely is a huge shock not only for your stomach, but your mind too, especially if you’re not used to it. Crawl before you run. I currently only cook meat twice a week and it’s been so much easier than totally cutting it out entirely
- LouisLv 72 months ago
If you google vegan shopping list you will see many versions that you can print and put on the frig.
Here is a good example
I have a list like this that I made myself and put on my phone. then i just go thru the list and check any items that I don't have. I
It does take a while before you have everything you need. and if you keep trying new recipes, it seems like you always need extrar ingredients.
- ALv 72 months ago
Simply take your usual menu and substitute the animal products.
If you have cereal and milk for breakfast get almond milk
there are egg and sausage subs too.
Sandwiches can be vegan mayo, lettuce, tomatoes, avocado.
Sub chicken, burgers and such with vegan substitutes or chickpeas, black beans, brown rice,
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- kswck2Lv 72 months ago
Vegetables, rice, (chicpea) Pasta. Nuts and berries.
- GorgiaLv 42 months ago
Vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans