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#211 Old 05-01-2017, 04:25 AM
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So I went shopping today at Trader Joe's, and was pleasantly surprised at how many great veggie options they had in the store compared to the usual Albertson's I go to.


For what I paid for all of this, it was three times the amount of food I could get from Albertson's. Going veggie doesn't mean more expensive!
Very true! Eating and shopping veggie isn't more expensive. If anything it's the opposite. I think cooking veggie can be a bit messy and time consuming, hence I do it once a week for the freezer, but compared to meat, the basics are not pricey at all.

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#212 Old 05-01-2017, 05:14 AM
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This past week's shopping:

Sesame tofu burgers
Brown baguettes
Thick sliced wholemeal loaf
Sliced wholemeal rolls x 6
Wholegrain Scottish porridge oats
Oatie crumble biscuits
Ground coffee - French style
Instant coffee - rich roast
Sage & onion stuffing mix
Mushroom pate
Bananas x 12
Braeburn apples x 6
Unsweetened soya milk 2 x 2l
Cucumber
Salad tomatoes x 6
Cos lettuces x 2
Bunch spring onions
Sparkling spring water 4 x 2l
Pickled gherkins x 700g
Tinned butterbeans x 400g
Brown onions x 1kg
Salad potatoes x 1kg
Fresh coriander x 100g
Red potatoes x 2.5kg
Frozen baby broad beans x 750g
Frozen petite pois x 1kg
Frozen sliced mushrooms x 750g (these are good used in the right places; eg: pasta sauce, goulash, stews etc.)
2 Meat free quarter-pounders
Tinned chopped tomatoes 4 x 400g
Dried mung beans x 500g
Dried aduki beans x 500g

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Very true! Eating and shopping veggie isn't more expensive. If anything it's the opposite. I think cooking veggie can be a bit messy and time consuming, hence I do it once a week for the freezer, but compared to meat, the basics are not pricey at all.

Glad you're enjoying the experience and welcome to the forum @oldmanveggie
Thank you Spudulika.

Unfortunately I don't like cooking, but a lot of the things I purchased can simply be baked or microwave heated. I did buy a pot so I can boil pasta and things of that nature.

I think the more I progress into the diet, the more I'll probably start to cook (hopefully!).
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#214 Old 05-01-2017, 09:14 PM
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This past week's shopping:

Sesame tofu burgers
Brown baguettes
Thick sliced wholemeal loaf
Sliced wholemeal rolls x 6
Wholegrain Scottish porridge oats
Oatie crumble biscuits
Ground coffee - French style
Instant coffee - rich roast
Sage & onion stuffing mix
Mushroom pate
Bananas x 12
Braeburn apples x 6
Unsweetened soya milk 2 x 2l
Cucumber
Salad tomatoes x 6
Cos lettuces x 2
Bunch spring onions
Sparkling spring water 4 x 2l
Pickled gherkins x 700g
Tinned butterbeans x 400g
Brown onions x 1kg
Salad potatoes x 1kg
Fresh coriander x 100g
Red potatoes x 2.5kg
Frozen baby broad beans x 750g
Frozen petite pois x 1kg
Frozen sliced mushrooms x 750g (these are good used in the right places; eg: pasta sauce, goulash, stews etc.)
2 Meat free quarter-pounders
Tinned chopped tomatoes 4 x 400g
That is a nice list, where do you usually shop at?
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#215 Old 05-01-2017, 11:45 PM
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That is a nice list, where do you usually shop at?
That's a couple of places, mostly UK supermarkets (I get a regular big shop for fresh stuff from one then pop into another for specific items to store) plus a local health food shop for the tofu burgers.
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#216 Old 05-02-2017, 06:34 AM
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cantaloupe
spinach
yellow, green, & red peppers
cucumbers
radishes
whole wheat pita bread
a mix of roasted & unsalted nuts
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#217 Old 05-05-2017, 11:05 AM
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Went shopping today:

- hummus
- organic marinara sauce
- brown rice wrap
- blueberries, raspberries, and boysenberries
- Gardein fish, chicken, and burger packs
- bag of red lentils
- sweet potato fries
- veggie samosas
- diet soda
- black iced tea
- soy mozarello cheese
- soy Italian sausage

I also ordered Pizza Hut since their pizzas are 50% off this weekend!

I found out online that Pizza Hut offers vegan options, so I ordered hand tossed pretzel crust dough, no dough, marinara sauce, onions, and spinach! I topped it off with the cheese and sausage I got from Trader Joe's.
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#218 Old 05-09-2017, 01:04 AM
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Quite a big shop this week - stocking up on junky foods for him in particular as there are a couple of vegan-friendly lines on offer.

Wholemeal tortilla wraps
Thick sliced wholemeal loaf
Hash brown potatoes (frozen)
Reduced fat chunky oven chips
Oatie crumble biscuits
Ground cinnamon
Ground cumin
Pure sunflower spread
Bananas x 2.5 kg
Vegetable suet (for dumplings)
Firm tofu 2 x 400g
Unsweetened almond milk 4 x 1 litre
Battered onion rings (no eggs or milk - was surprised)
Garlic stonebaked pizza x 2 (to use as a pizza base with additions like dairy-free pesto, fresh veg and antipasti)
Brown Basmati rice x 1kg
Vegetable spring rolls x 4
Cucumber
Salad tomatoes
Pineapple juice
Tomato ketchup
Red split lentils x 500g
Tinned plum tomatoes x 400g
Tinned chopped tomatoes 400g x 4
Brown onions x 1kg
Broccoli x 1 head
Large bunch flat leaf parsley
Large bunch fresh coriander
Garlic bulbs x 400g
Fresh ginger x 125g
Frozen whole green beans x 750g
Instant rich coffee
Ground coffee French style 2 x 227g (he drinks a lot of coffee)
Beef-style quarter pounders 2 x 2 pack (vegan)
Meat-free popcorn chicken x 250g (vegan)
16 vegetable fingers
Quorn fishless fingers (vegan range)
Quorn hot and spicy burgers (vegan range)
Quorn vegan nuggets
Harissa paste

Total £53.04
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So excited! Costco has the 3 pack of Field roast sausage again. They seem to get it in the summerish months and they have it now. When I was in line, the lady in front of me was asking about it because her daughter was vegan and she ended up getting 2 packages of it because I was recommending it.

Stuff I came home with:
Yellow Squash
Vodka
Shallots
Onions
Peanuts
Field roast burgers
Field roast sausages- Chipotle, Italian & Apple Sage
Green Beans
Sprouts
Soy Sauce
Rice
Filtered water
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#220 Old 05-15-2017, 11:31 PM
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Arriving later today - lots of faux meats on offer lately so I'm restocking the freezer (a lot of them didn't arrive last week, they must have sold out so I'm reordering):

4 x 2 lt sparkling spring water
Mango crush x 2lt
Cloudy lemonade x 2lt
Quorn fishless fishfingers 3 x 200g (they're on offer atm)
Meat free beef-style burgers 2 x 454g - 8 in a pack (also on offer atm)
Meat free popcorn chicken (chicken style bites) 2 x 250g (also on offer atm!)
Battered onion rings (egg & dairy free!)
Bananas x 2.5kg
Noodles x 6 packs
Chapattis x 6 (traditional Indian wholewheat flatbread for curry)
Extra hot chilli powder x 100g
Wholemeal pitta breads x 6
Thick sliced wholemeal bread 2 x 800g
Sea salt
Onion gravy granules
Vegetable gravy granules
Fresh ground coffee
Hot mixed pickle (Indian)
Tomato sauce x 500g jar
Reduced sugar raspberry jam
Yeast extract
Vanilla extract
Garlic stonebaked pizza x 2
Chopped tomatoes 4 x 400g
Tomato puree x 300g
Dried pinto beans x 375g
Granovita mushroom pate
Salad tomatoes x 6
Butternut squash x 1.2kg
Carrots x 1kg
Diced swede x 400g
Oatie crumble biscuits x 2

Total: £41.22
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Teff Flour
Chickpea Flour
Eggplants
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#222 Old 05-20-2017, 08:37 AM
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Penne
Red onions
Tomatoes
Garlic
Bell and chili peppers
Mushrooms
Tomato paste

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#223 Old 05-20-2017, 09:08 AM
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A cucumber
A tomato
Minced garlic
Baby spinach
1/4 watermelon
Frozen french fries
Sliced black olives

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Loving this question I got so many things - I actually went to Costco! Let me try to remember some of them:
4 mega giant watermelons (thank goodness summer fruits are back!!)
A bag of small yellow mangoes
2 cartons of cherry tomatoes
A large bag of sweet white onions
A bag of power greens
Frozen fruit: cherries, a mix of strawberries, cherries, and blackberries, mangoes
Greenhouse grown bell peppers and mini bell peppers
Avocadoes

I am sure I am forgetting stuff but I love this amazing lifestyle

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#225 Old 05-20-2017, 05:52 PM
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Mango (whole)

Red and white Jasmine rice

Braised tofu

Spirulina energy bar

Beet chips

Hickory sage seitan fake-n (excited, never tried this before)

FYH vegan provolone cheez slices (to go with my fake-n, on a BLT).

Asian orange sauce with ginger etc, from a local business

Inari - vegan, prepared, for my dinner (which I will dip in the orange sauce)

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Frozen okra- fresh is no longer available in my area
Carrots
Garlic
Potatoes
Canned Canelli beans
Olive Oil
Walnuts
Tofu
Tangerine juice
Sweet Potatoes
Shallots
Apples
Sour kraut
Pickles
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#227 Old 05-23-2017, 10:30 PM
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Savoy cabbage
Celery
Spring greens
Cucumber
Spring onions
Cos lettuce
Fresh red grape juice x 3
Garlic pizza
Bananas x 2.5k
Hash browns
Frozen sliced peppers
Quorn vegan fillets x 3 (currently on offer)
Rustic fries
Baking potatoes x 4
Rich roast fresh coffee x 2
Instant rich coffee
Tinned chick peas x 4
Oatie crumble biscuits x 2
Wholewheat conchiglie
Sriracha
'Free-From' white sauce
Holy Trinity sauce
Salad tomatoes x 6
Lime juice
Wholemeal tortilla wraps x 8
Wholemeal rolls x 4
Thick sliced wholemeal bread x 2
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Fruit & Fibre breakfast cereal
Red grape juice (fresh) 3 x 1ltr
Oven chips x 1kg
Oatie crumble biscuits x 2 packets
Potato crisps 'Jack Pots' 150g x 4 (for him)
'Chippa' Worcester sauce
Nectarines x 500g
Bananas x 2.8kg
Orange juice ice lollies
Cucumber
Cos lettuce
Chopped tinned tomatoes 400g x 4
Mushrooms x 300g
Baking potatoes x 4
Fresh coriander (large bunch)
Savoy cabbage
Frozen sliced mushrooms x 600g
Frozen 'Popcorn chicken' x 2 bags (vegan)
Instant noodles x 6
Fresh roast coffee
Wholewheat penne 500g x 2
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I have grocery stores all around me within walking distance so I never buy a lot at once, today I bought:

Organic granny smith apples

Organic romaine hearts

Yukon gold potatoes

Tahini

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#230 Old 06-30-2017, 10:16 AM
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ASDA weekly shop:

800g thick sliced wholemeal bread
Savoy cabbage
Bunch flat-leaf parsley (for salad)
Bunch coriander (for curries)
Cucumber
400g firm tofu
KoKo coconut yogurt (just like Greek)
Unsweetened almond milk 2 x 1 ltr
Strawberries x 300g
Bananas x 12
Whole butternut squash
Frozen low fat oven chips x 1kg (to go with burger days!)
Frozen vegetable fingers 2 x 450g (junk food for us, we like with mash and baked beans)
Frozen 'Katsu curry melts' 2 x 280g (junk food for him, no idea what these are like!)
Meat-free popcorn chicken 2 x 250g (junk food for him, he likes these)
Jar pickle
Baking potatoes x 4
Salted peanuts 2 x 200g (for nut cutlets)
Soya milk 2 x 1 litre (for cottage tofu, hopefully)
Maple & carob syrup x 500ml (for baking and smoothies)
Salted cashews 2 x 125g (for nut roast, if I get around to it)
Oatie crumble biscuits x 2
Spanish chicken cooking sauce (to go with Quorn vegan fillets that are in the freezer)
Bicarbonate of soda (for baking)
Raisins x 1kg
Organic agave syrup (for herbal teas instead of honey)
Ground coffee x 2
Tomato ketchup x 560g (for him)
Instant coffee x 300g (mainly for me)
Brown onions x 1kg (for everything)


Tesco occasional shop:

Dried pinto beans 2 x 500g
Dried black beans 2 x 500g
Dried cannellini beans 2 x 500g
Dried black-eyed beans 2 x 500g
Dried soya beans 1 x 500g
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Mustard seeds
Apple cider vinegar
"Over ripe" bananas
Romaine lettuce
Several cans and bags of chickpeas
Coconut milk
Gluten-free lentil spaghetti and rotini pasta
And still have to pick up the CSA share later today, so more goodies await, just not sure exactly what all will be in there yet. It's like xmas morning, minus all the fictional BS, every Saturday afternoon during gardening season.
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Oh joy!
Groceries have arrived and my sofa is literally littered in little torn wrappers and my fridge is bursting with goodies.

White wine vinegar
Honeydew melon
Baked beans x 4
Blueberry pure fruit jam
Cherryade (sugar free)
Tinned grapefruit salad in juice
Orange juice 1ltr
Raspberry jam
Madras curry powder
Black olives
Soya custard (Alpro)
Red onions x 1kg
Red Grapefruits x 3
Baking potatoes x 4
Giant garlic x 6
Cold pressed rapeseed oil
Oatie crumble biscuits
Cornflour
Wholemeal tortilla wraps (for fajitas)
French ground coffee x 2
Tinned pineapple chunks in juice (for sweet & sour tofu)
Mushroom pate (Granovita)
Granola
Potatoes 2.5kg
Cucumber
Firm tofu 400g
White cabbage
Mushrooms 400g
Koko coconut yogurt (I use this for breakfasts and for savoury and sweet cooking - great all round vegan yogurt)
Koko lemon yogurts (yum, nearly all gone already...)
Diced swede
Green seedless grapes 500g
Orange juice ice lollies x 6
Frozen rustic oven chips / fries
Wholemeal rolls (for burger night!)
Wholemeal bread
Banana malt loaf (already all gone o.O)
Wholemeal pitta breads
Bananas 1.6 kg

With toiletries came in at just under £50
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I stopped off at the health food co-op and lugged home 24 pounds of quick-cooking, organic oats. MUESLI-RAMA! (unless muesli, by definition, means only steel-cut or thick oats which must be cooked...) I was wondering if I could have handled a full 50-pound bag. Doable, I suppose, but tough... the bus was crowded during the after-work rush, and I have to walk 5-1/2 blocks from where the bus drops me off to my place. (short blocks, but still....) I would have had to stop several times to rest. Anyway, that's my workout for today instead of a stop at the gym.

The last thing I got from the regular grocery store was either a 10-pound bag of potatoes or some nice, ripe Anjou pears.

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10 pound bag of russet potatoes
Garlic
Onion
Yam
Several bunches of broccoli
Cauliflower
5 pound bag of apples
Mangoes
Pineapple
Soy creamer
Red grapes

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There was an "oatmeal alternative" product on sale. Hodgson Mill Multi Grain. I had it for breakfast - it was pretty good. More protein and fiber and less money that Quaker Oats.

I got soymilk,
apples, bananas,
lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, zucchini, broccoli, mixed greens, spinach,
raisins,
Bagels
tofu
sour krout
black beans
and some Almond Dream nondairy dessert. Praline crunch - had some last night - it was mmmm mmmm good.
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Farmer's Market
Potatoes
Turnip (large)
Onion
Pears (2)
Eggplant
Green tomatoes (4)
Local spun blackberry honey
Fresh herb mix (sage, thyme, etc)

Co-op
Local goat cheese (3 kinds, same farm)
Olive bread (local baker)
Sourdough bread (local baker)
Farina cereal (bulk bin "cream of wheat")
Whole wheat flour
Berry-mango smoothie
Dark chocolate w/cardamom and ginger
Soy milk
Canned diced tomatoes
Tofurky holiday roast (making this for Sunday dinner tomorrow, I can't wait, tis once a year they're available)
Torfurky veg. gravy
Tofurky holiday veg. "ham" (going in the freezer, got it on sale, saving for later)
Primal seitan vegan jerky (4, for a backpacking trip next weekend)
Clif bars (4, "")
Earl Grey tea bags
holiday spice herbal tea bags

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syrup
apples
avocadoes
bananas
bell peppers
blueberries
soup base
whole wheat bread
butter
canned veggies
frozen veggies
carrots
celery
block of cheddar
decaf coffee
muenster cheese
diapers
dish soap
eggplant
eggs
grapes
lemon juice
lentils
mangoes
crystal light
mushrooms
serrano peppers
tomatoes
yogurt
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a pound of dark roasted coffee beans
big bunch of fresh coriander
Quorn vegan ham slices
hard baking fat
Tuscan greens
whole swede
bag of fresh green chillies
Linda Mc sausages
frozen cauliflower florets
frozen sliced mushrooms
frozen sliced peppers
frozen oven chips (for himself)
Basmati rice
Muscavado sugar
Granovita vegetable pate
reduced sugar raspberry jam
bag of sweet potatoes
ground mixed spice
soya milk
sunflower oil
wholemeal flour
bananas
lemon juice
wholemeal bread
dried fruit mix
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LOL! So many ideas about grocery shopping. I can actually make a new list :

Well, last I bought only peanut butter, bread and a few chocolates
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Red pepper
Broccoli
Kale
Crimini mushrooms
Soy sauce

Making a stir fry!

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