Vegetarian shopping list?

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Going vegetarian. lacto-ovo. I need a shopping list and maybe some recipes to help me get started.

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    Sophia 2017-06-07

    morning star is really good and not too pricey-try boca and morning star! look in the freezer section for those 2 brands...everything tastes good...

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    Charlotte 2017-06-25

    Brown rice, couscous, bulgur wheat, falafel mix, lentils, canned beans, refried beans, pastas of various kinds, tomato sauce, pita breads, regular whole wheat bread, pizza crust, fruits, salads, veggies (fresh and frozen), soy milk, soy yogurt, dark chocolate, drinking cocoa, turbinado sugar, frozen foods you like, oatmeal, cereals.

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    Sebastian 2017-05-16

    My must haves are Black Beans, Peanut Butter, Green Apples, Salsa, Carrots, Raw Almonds, and Un-frosted Blueberry Pop tarts.

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    Madison 2017-07-06

    Salad Fruit Vegetables Veggie burgers Veggie ckn patties Pasta SoupWhole wheat kamut rice cereal Brown rice Whole wheat/brown rice pasta Brown rice couscous Chocolate soy milk Rice milk Soy yogurt Soy pudding Tofu Whole wheat gluten free Ezekiel bread Box of vegan cookies Semi-sweet dark chocolate chips Chocolate peanut Assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables Different beans Different legumes Different nuts Vegan cream cheese Brown/turbinado sugar Whole grain oatmeal

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    Jaxon 2017-05-04

    Apples Bananas Grapes Bottled Water Powerade Cereal Soy Milk Tofu Ginger root Veggie Burgers Buns Celery Tomatos Carrots theres my list, are you going to buy it for me

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    Grace 2017-06-23

    Hi! Some great recipes can be found: Cookinglight.com, allrecipes.com, epicurious.com, foodnetwork.com ! Fruits and veggies are SO good for you, you should buy: strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, apples and kiwi! lots of antioxidants and health benefits. some good veggies are baby spinach, squash, tomatoes, broccoli, sweet potatoes, zuchini! You can buy your veggies frozen or fresh. Also, try making fruit smoothies with fresh fruit, yogurt and OJ! If you are a vegetarian, try boca burgers original vegan, they rock.

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    Carter 2017-05-26

    there are just so many things what you need to do is familiarize yourself with ingredients on labels that you do not understand- like is xyz vegetarian or not by looking it up onlineThere are too many things-as you state, the list of what they don't eat is shorter: meat, and some do eat gelatin, depends how picky they are.

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    Luke 2017-05-13

    I think that a Healthy Grocery List for a Vegetarian can be as follows :- Green Peas, Okra(Lady Finger), Bitter Gourd, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Cucumber and so on.Here are some foods I like that are high protein to substitute meat: eggs (you can make deviled eggs, put eggs in a salad, hard boil, scrambled), beans (burritos, mix with cheese and make a dip, casadilla), veggie burgers (Sunshine burger brand is my favorite), pasta noodles (spaghetti and such), pizza dough to make pizza, avocados (I like cheese, avocado, lettuce sandwiches), yogurt (mixed with fruit, smoothies), cheese, feta cheese salad. You can just think of different fruits, vegetables and nuts you like and just eat them plain too like apricots, tomatoes, bananas, raspberries, lettuce, carrots, celery, cucumbers, and almonds. Oh and bread is always good. And tortillas if you want to make a burrito or wrap. You can put cheese or garlic on some bread and toast it in the oven. You could also try almond milk. Frozen dinners aren't super healthy even though they might be advertised as being healthy. There is tons of sodium in frozen dinners. I know they are tasty and easy but they are unfortunately a bad option. I hope my suggestions help :)

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    Sebastian 2017-05-09

    A good place for you to start might be by drawing up a weeks worth of menus, then shopping for the ingredients you need. When I first became veg, whole food was very new to me so I used recipes to become familiar with different ingredients and cooking methods. A great place for free veg recipes is the Vegetarian Times website (URL below). This is also a great magazine to subscribe to - my husband and I make at least one or two recipes a month from each issue. Also, if you just google "vegetarian recipes" a ton of sites will pop up...some with menu plans (i.e. breakfast, lunch, dinner, etc). If you run into ingredients you are not familiar with, just google them - I learned about a lot of new vegetables that way. Most of the time, the site will include a picture so you know what to look for at the market. Also, I have found grocery store employees to be very helpful when I am searching for something new - they are a wonderful resource. Best of luck!-Fruits (in season) -Veggies (in season) -Grain Get big mixture of stuff, even thing you haven't had. Come home and experiment, or look for recipes that use what you have picked up from a store other that Wal Mart. Try eating some of the veggies raw too. I know we get out of the habit as we "grow up," but try it. Its still good.

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    Audrey 2017-05-01

    As a new vegetarian, you will want to educate yourself about nutritionally-complete vegetarian diets. Here are some links: From the Mayo Clinic: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vegetar... From the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (the world's largest association of Registered Dietitians): http://www.eatright.org/Public/content.a... From the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine (a vegetarian-specific organization): http://www.pcrm.org/health/diets/vsk/veg...I usually like to eat pasta with just tomato sauce and oregano or basil on top, veggie burgers, hash browns, or veggie burritos or tortillas. You can also find vegan recipes at these sites too :) http://plantbasedonabudget.com/ http://chefchloe.com/ http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/

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    Amelia 2017-06-07

    linda maccarney veggie burgers smothered in cheese :)mmmmm Linda McCartney sausage rolls I like veggie burgers too! quinoa,mixed beans and stuffing in a ciabatta roll.serve with soup for a more substabtial meal potatoes with cheese cashew nuts,kale,chopped carrots mixed together with mixed beansThe favorite vegetarian dinner was the last one , then I switched back to grilled T-bone steak with baked potato with sour cream and chives:-)

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    Michael 2017-06-11

    It would be helpful if you could add what you've already been eating so that we don't give you repetitive meal options, too! Anything based with a brown rice will give you some protein, and legumes, of course, are great. Have you tried a chickpea salad with veganaise? It is sort of similar to tuna (but really... only in the way that all vegan food is similar to meat). If you don't have veganaise, you can add water and oil to make a paste, but it won't be creamy. http://twolittlevegans.blogspot.com/2008... SO TASTY!! Also, you can make a lot of different home-made pea, potato, lentil and bean soups. Have you ever tried Ecuadorian lentils? I love them! http://laylita.com/recipes/2008/01/11/ar... Any kind of ethnic food usually has a rich vegetarian culture, especially from cultures that are typically poorer and have warmer climates (since vegetables and grains grow nicely but meat is hard to come by). Many latin foods have a rich protein base because of beans and lentils, so look them up!the Skinny ***** book by Kim Barnouin and Rory Freedman has great recipes and tips on a vegan lifestyle. Good luck (:

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    Michael 2017-06-06

    I love chickpeas! I usually buy canned chickpeas (just because they're quicker) and I either sautee them in butter in a pan or I spice it up by making a chickpea (and lentils) salad with a vinaigrette and chopped up onions, peppers, carrots etc! I think that a crock-pot is also super fun for making your own soups and stews... I just basically shoot some vegetable bouillon in the pot and fill it with tasty veggies!! Avocados are tasty too--- I will strongly suggest you try an avocado grilled cheese sandwich. Test out some vegetarian chilli, vegetarian pesto pizza, and hummus!!! I think the great part of being a vegetarian or vegan is it is an opportunity to really experiment with your veggies-- just, well, go crazy!This is my FAVORITE website!!! www.yeahthatveganshit.blogspot.com The recipes I have tried are all good and you can find pretty much anything and everything, including sauces, condiments, mac and 'cheez' (like 3 diff recipes just for that), faux meats, DELICIOUS soups and stirfrys. Desserts, you name it. It's my favorite place. Most of the ingredients aren't too weird...make sure you do find nutritional yeast. It's the best. Also, that girl is super funny and you will learn all about farts!! She helped me a lot because I learned what goes together so when I have food and no recipe, I can wing it now. She will teach you to cook if you read her stuff. Good luck!

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