Vegan Grocery List

Vegan Grocery List

Why Shop with a Grocery List?

Sure, lists can be kind of boring. But fight the urge to glaze over, friends. Even my Sagittarius heart can admit that lists are important. Sometimes, they are even liberating.

Grocery lists can help you:

  1. Stay on budget
  2. Remember essential groceries
  3. Reinforce your intentions

Staying on budget is important, whether you’re on the road or at your hometown farmer’s market. Remember essential groceries is important, too. One of the biggest misconceptions of the vegan diet is that it is bland and boring. To that, I counter with: How are you preparing your food? Savory meals start at the grocery store, but you have to remember to keep essential herbs and spices stocked to get the most out of your kitchen.

Of all the reasons to shop with a vegan grocery list, my favorite is number 3. The act of writing a grocery list, line by line, forces conscious thought about the items you are listing. For me, listing my favorite vegan groceries is a meditation on life. It is an opportunity for me to align intention (veganism) with practice (grocery shopping). As vegans, we can vote with our dollar. Want to get rid of big companies that violate animal rights? Cut their cash flow, and force them to respond to you, the conscious consumer.

Here’s a Free Vegan Grocery List

A very vegan vegetable list:

Asparagus

Avocado

Baby kale

Baby spinach

Beets

Broccoli

Butter lettuce

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celery

Chickpeas

Corn

Cucumbers

Edamame

Garlic

Green bell pepper

Green onion

Kale

Leaf lettuce

Mushrooms

Olives

Parsnips

Peas

Red bell pepper

Red onion

Romaine lettuce

Russet potatoes

Spinach

Sugar snap peas

Sweet potato

Swiss chard

Tomatoes

Yams

Yellow bell pepper

Yellow onion

Yellow squash

Zucchini

 

Fruit for thought:

Acai berries

Apples

Apricots

Bananas

Blackberries

Blueberries

Cantaloupe

Cherimoya

Cherries

Dragon fruit

Durian

Goji berries

Grapefruit

Grapes

Honeydew

Horned melon

Jackfruit

Jujube

Kiwano

Kiwis

Lemons

Limes

Loquat

Lychees

Mangoes

Mulberries

Nectarines

Oranges

Passion fruit

Peaches

Pears

Pineapple

Pineapple guava (Feijoa)

Plantains

Plums

Raspberries

Sour plums

Strawberries

Tomato

Tree tomato (Tamarillo)

Watermelon
Dried fruits like raisins, cranberries, coconut, dates, apples, bananas, figs, & mangos– your go-to when making an on-the-go snack like trail mix

Frozen berries, cherries, mangos, & mixed fruit– great for baking and making fruit smoothies

 

Legumes, beans, & lentils:

Chickpeas

Black beans

Kidney beans

Lentils

Veggie burger patties

Edamame

Lima beans

Anasazi beans

Fava beans

Garbanzo beans

Lentils

 

Nuts, seeds, & oils:

Almonds

Almond butter

Brazil nuts

Cashew butter

Cashews

Chia seeds

Coconut oil

Flax seed oil

Ground flax seeds

Hazelnuts

Kola nuts

Mixed nut butter

Olive oil

Peanut butter

Peanuts

Pecans

Pistachios

Pumpkin seeds

Sesame oil

Sesame seeds

Spanish peanuts

Sunflower seed butter

Sunflower seeds

Walnuts

 

Vegan grains list:

Bagels

Bread

Brown rice

English muffins

Hot dog buns (Arnold brand is vegan)

Instant oatmeal

Pasta

Pitas

Quinoa

Seitan (wheat gluten)

Steel cut oatmeal

Thomas blueberry bagels

Tortillas

 

Vegan dairy list:

Almond milk

Cashew milk

Coconut milk

Coconut cream

Oat milk

Soy milk

Rice milk

Hemp milk

Flax milk

Almond yogurt

Coconut-based yogurt

Vegan butter

Vegan margarine

Vegan cheese

Vegan cream cheese

 

Finally, the BEST vegan grocery list—SNACKS!

Blueberry avocado salsa

Carrot miso butter

Dark Chocolate

Guacamole

Hemp hummus

Hersey’s syrup

Hummus

Jolly Rancher hard candy

Kraft Italian Dressing

Lay’s BBQ chips

Lenny & Larry’s Vegan Cookies

Mango avocado salsa

Nacheez dip

Nature Valley granola bars

Oreos

Pop chips

Pre-packaged fruit slices

Pre-packaged veggie sticks

Ritz whole wheat crackers

Sabra hummus & pretzels

Salsa verde

Tahini (sesame butter)

Vegan tzatziki

Learn More

Visit the following link to learn more about Veganism.