• veganism..?

    Profile photo of megalomaniac

    Over a year ago

    i have been vegetarianfo over 2 years now and seeriously want to go vegan but there aren’t any vegan friendly options in my house besides canned vegetables, any suggestions on CHEAP vegan friendly foods would be greatly appreciated. :)

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  • Profile photo of VeganCaramel

    Over a year ago

    I think veganism can usually be much cheaper than vegetarianism. When I was a vegetarian, I was in the habit of buying prepared, packaged foods and quick-fixes.

    Veganism gets you to start cooking and baking and preparing your own food. Preparation times can range anywhere from 5 minutes to 50, so it’s not like actually making your own food is a constant chore!

    Here’s a low cost vegan meal plan: http://www.vrg.org/journal/vj2006issue2/vj2006issue2mealplans.htm

    Additionally, you’ll want the main staples of your diet to be rice, beans, frozen veggies, and perhaps unprepared (not pre-marinaded) tofu, and a few fruits, as well as buying spices and some basic condiments in order to make great dishes.

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  • Profile photo of Dagmar

    Over a year ago

    Chili Doritos, almond milk, soy milk, tortillas, certain breads, tofu, agave, nachos, soy protein, boca original vegan burgers, gardein, beans, rice, etc.

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  • Profile photo of Whitney-C

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    Over a year ago

    @megalomaniac Keep in mind, too, that veganism doesn’t have to be super expensive at all. In fact, it can be pretty cheap! http://bit.ly/NKLym8

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