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Hi everyone, welcome to another vegan guide video! I think I’m going to start making these videos on a regular basis for people that are new to the lifestyle. I feel like many people that may be interested in veganism may simply not know enough about how to live this way. Even the task of shopping for groceries may seem daunting for some, who simply don’t know what to eat or buy!

I was just about to film a regular grocery haul video until I realised this haul would be quite good as a guide for new vegans who may be wondering what to buy at the grocery store. It covers a wide range of products that is good to stock up on. Most of the products are very easily accessible for any grocery store around the world. I try to stick to basics and keep it simple – and cheap, of course. As much as I do love to have vegan treats and gourmet vegan snacks once in a while, the majority of what I buy to eat on a regular basis looks something like this haul.

NOTE: These are simply the typical foods that I like to buy for MY diet, and you DO NOT have to follow the diet that I follow. Veganism is not one way of eating or one way of living, it can be suited to your own needs. This is simply an idea of what you might want to consider buying if you are going vegan and interested in veganism!

I hope you guys like this and find it helpful. Please share it with anyone who may be wondering what in the world to buy as a vegan!

Wholemeal bread – £0.75
Jordans Natural Muesli – £2.00
Onion Granules (they replaced this with onion gravy granules) – £0.74
Vegetable Stock Cubes – £0.75
Frozen Summer Fruits – £2.00
Frozen Black Forest Fruits – £2.00
Mangos x3 – £2.55
Bananas (20) – £2.31
Broccoli x2 – £0.98
Carrots (1kg) – £0.57
Trimmed leeks – £1.00
Celery – £0.80
King Edward Potatoes (2.5kg) – £2.00
Onions (1kg) – £0.74
Sweet Potatoes (1kg) x2 – £1.70
Almond Milk X2 – £2.00
Oat Milk – £1.39
Long Grain Brown Rice (1kg) – £1.74
Brown Basmati Rice (1kg) – £1.78
Cous Cous (500g) – £0.65
Canned Black Eyed Beans X4 – £1.00
Canned Chick Peas X4 – £1.00
Frozen mixed vegetables 1kg – £0.98
Frozen brussels sprouts 1kg – £1.00
Frozen whole green beans 750g – £1.00
Frozen sweet corn 1kg – £0.99
Pickled gherkins 900ml – £1.00
Chopped tomatoes in tomato juice X4 – £1
Brown chick peas (dry) 2kg – £2.50
Chick peas (dry) 2kg – £2.50
Garlic powder 400g – £1.49
Red kidney beans 500g – £1.09
Red split lentils 2kg – £2.50
Alpro dark chocolate soya dessert – £1.50
Alpro heavenly velvet vanilla soya dessert – £1.50

TOTAL COST – £51.34

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