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blue
Nov 4th, 2004, 09:01 AM
White bread -

butter or margerine -

I'm sure there's more stuff , these are just the main things I run across.

harpy
Nov 4th, 2004, 09:59 AM
Do you have a health food/wholefood store near you? You can get vegan spreads in those sorts of shops (and in some regular supermarkets in the UK , don't know about where you are). I don't normally bother - I put flax oil or olive oil on bread if I feel in need of anything.

Various breads without animal products should be available in the same sorts of shop. Lately I have been buying German-style rye bread (pumpernickel) which is meant to be good for you and doesn't contain animal products (well, mine doesn't but you'd better check the packaging).

Artichoke47
Nov 4th, 2004, 12:21 PM
A fruit-sweetened jelly or jam! No sugar added. Yum!

How about whole-grain bread? We have one here that is multi-grain oat. It is delicious!

Mystic
Nov 5th, 2004, 01:05 AM
Butter replacements - tahini, avocado, olive/flax oil, nut spreads
White bread replacements - wholegrain versions of breads/rolls/wraps/pitas, essene/sprouted grain breads or breads made from spelt, dark rye (pumpernickel), brown rice, kamut or buckwheat

blue
Nov 5th, 2004, 06:28 AM
Thanks for the info., I'm just so confused about what breads are Vegan and what breads are not!

I was in the Health food section of Kroger, and they have some breads, that don't contain wheat, I don't see any egg or milk listed, but I'm still not sure........ I do like Pita Bread.

I would like some kind of Butter replacement for Baked Potatoes. I used to do the whole bit. Butter, cheese, sourcream, bacon bits, everything but chives!

I have found that I like potatoes chopped up with olive oil and garlic on top, and roasted in the oven, yummy!

PinkFluffyCloud
Nov 5th, 2004, 06:46 AM
You still can, Blue!
Vegan 'rashers', Tofutti 'cream cheese', and Vegan Marg or Butter, mmmmmmmmm.

blue
Nov 5th, 2004, 06:50 AM
I guess you purchase this stuff at Health Food stores. I live in this small town without that. I already drive to Baytown to get to Kroger. I'll have to drive almost an hour or an hour to get to a healfood store!

assilembob
Nov 5th, 2004, 01:57 PM
Have you checked the health section of Kroger for any of this? Our "Kroger" (goes by Dillons in Kansas) has a refiderated health food section with organic frozen veggies and friuts, soy ice cream, waffles and amy's products along with the usual boca, morningstar fare. They also have tofutti products, soy milks, vegan cheese ect. They also have a lot of organic cereals, pastas and all the dressings bit...never seen the veggie bacon bits though.
On my potatos I do olive oil and whatever seasonings I feel necessary...sometimes just sea salt and pepper. Although I never did the cheese, bacon, sour cream bit as I HATED sour cream until right before I went vegan (sad huh?) and never liked bacon at all...love veggie bacon though. I guess I am just wierd.
~Mel

blue
Nov 6th, 2004, 09:08 AM
There is a small section like that. The bigger the town the more they offer!