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My soy allergy has been the biggest struggle in my new diet. I prefer fresh food and don't each much that's processed, but sometimes I just wish I could have a veggie burger in the freezer for busy days, like a normal person (although my friends and family would argue that there's nothing "normal" about my diet
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I've done a lot more cooking since eating this way, which obviously helps, but I've been frustrated quite a few times because it seems like there's soy in everything. Even vegetable boullion cubes! Now I don't know what to do for soup.

Any other soy-free vegetarians able to make this thing work? Any brands of kitchen basics like broth that don't have any soy in them? (I tried looking it up. Google has been supremely unhelpful in most cases.)

Thank you! Everyone seems so nice here. I'm glad I finally joined
 

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My soy allergy has been the biggest struggle in my new diet. I prefer fresh food and don't each much that's processed, but sometimes I just wish I could have a veggie burger in the freezer for busy days, like a normal person (although my friends and family would argue that there's nothing "normal" about my diet
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Well you could always make your own veggie burgers and freeze them but there's also Sunshine burgers which are soy free. Amy's kitchen also has soy free burgers, Sonoma burger and California burgers are both soy free . Amy's has a lot of frozen meals that are soy free as well as soups...so maybe you can try those? http://www.amys.com/

Here are some other links that might be helpful:

http://glutenfreesoyfreevegan.wordpress.com/

http://www.vegan-food.net/news/58/Ve...-a-Vegan-Diet/

Oh and here's VB member ElaineV's site: http://www.vegansoapbox.com/soy-free...s-it-possible/

She seems to have some awesome info on there.
 

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Well you could always make your own veggie burgers and freeze them but there's also Sunshine burgers which are soy free. Amy's kitchen also has soy free burgers, Sonoma burger and California burgers are both soy free . Amy's has a lot of frozen meals that are soy free as well as soups...so maybe you can try those? http://www.amys.com/

Here are some other links that might be helpful:

http://glutenfreesoyfreevegan.wordpress.com/

http://www.vegan-food.net/news/58/Ve...-a-Vegan-Diet/

Oh and here's VB member ElaineV's site: http://www.vegansoapbox.com/soy-free...s-it-possible/

She seems to have some awesome info on there.
Oh my gosh...these links are incredible! I had no idea about all that Amy's stuff, and I've never found those websites before. Thank you so much!
 

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Glad they're helpful. I don't have a soy allergy or avoid it for any reason but hopefully someone who does will also post some more info for you.
 
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