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    I am a new Vegan (started July 31) and I am having a SUPER HARD time with it. The city I live in has virtually NO Vegan options- grocery store/health food stores or restaraunts (lets put it this way, only ONE grocery store even carries tofu and that store is 20 miles away). Does anyone have any advice or know of any online places I can get food?
    Last edited by Korn; Sep 3rd, 2006 at 07:57 AM. Reason: Added a little " before and after the title, since there's vegan food pretty much everywhere! :)

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    You are saying that your grocery store does not carry produce, beans, grains, seeds, nuts, and plant oils?

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    LOL....of course it does. I guess I am just too new to this and having a hard time figuring out what to eat. I mean my stores, etc don't have things like tofu, vegatarian meals (already made), garden burgers, etc.....easy convenience food for the novice or should I say LAZY like me.

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    sometimes lovesstar, it seems the easier option for a new vegan to buy some vegan options that act as the meat or fish on a plate. it is actually easier, sometimes cheaper, to make your own meals from scratch. do you have access to a kitchen?

    check out the forums food and recipes threads for lots of ideas for meals. they neednt involve cooking always. maybe invest in some vegan cook books or even veggie ones are ok as you can start to think about how to veganise them.

    good things to base you home cooked meals around are dried or canned beans, rice, pasta, frozen veggie mince. you can incorprate things like seeds and nuts into meals like breakfast cereal or smoothies. dried fruits are good for daytime snacks, salad stuffs to stuff into pitta pockets... try to relax and ask questions and check out our food section.

    good luck - and like marika5 suggested, check out your local supermarket for dried bean and pulses, frozen mince, nuts and seeds. if you pester them, they may even start to order some new lines in!

    keep asking us here if you need more help.

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    Hi lovesstar,
    sorry you're having a hard time and appreciate it can be tough at the beginning. I think in the long run though, for your health and also for your sanity!, that you need to build up a repertoire of recipes using basic ingredients. Do you have cookbooks? Rose Elliot is a wonderful vegetarian writer but she is British, if you prefer a US book try Sarah Kramer's "The Garden of Vegan". It's written especially for people who don't want to spend hours in the kitchen. Otherwise there are tons of recipes online - try Allrecipes or VegWeb.
    You say the grocery store that carries tofu is 20 miles away - you could go there once a month, buy it in bulk and freeze it. It changes the consistency a little but not much.
    Try canned beans and lentils. Dried lentils cook in a quarter of an hour. You can whip up dips if you have a blender using a whole variety of beans, avocadoes, artichokes, olives. Make big batches of soup and freeze them in individual portions. Fresh fruit and veggies are available everywhere, as is peanut butter and you should be able to get a variety of nuts too. I never use ready meals and make everything from scratch because i find the ready made stuff too processed. Too many additives and sometimes lots of salt. It is a new mindset, but trust me, your body will love you for it All the best.

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    We can't afford ready made stuff at the moment as we're on a strict budget and savings plan because we need to do our house up next year and get new central heating so we're making everything from scratch.
    It's actually not too bad once you get going with a good recipe book and leftovers can be frozen.
    Our idea of a ready meal now is baked beans on a baked potato
    Silent but deadly :p

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    The only veg convenience foods I use are soymilk (store brand, usually publix, I think it's the same as silk) and soy yogurt (again silk, not because it's great but because it's cheaper than wholesoy). I can hardly afford them, they are very expensive but I haven't found good alternatives yet and the ones I've tried to make are not very good. I guess I will have to try harder though because they make a huge dent in my weekly bill (about $7USD).

    But as for the rest of it: vegan burgers, corn dogs, chicken, frozen meals, etc. I think they are way too expensive for what they deliver. I used to get them when they were around $2USD for 4 but last time I checked they were nearly double the price! Egads, who can afford them? They tend not to be very nutritious except that they may provide a lot of calories.

    Now I do big lettuce-based salads with beans and sweet potatoes and walnuts for lunch, big fruit salads with fresh seasonal fruit and flax for breakfast, and dinner is usually a cooked stir fry, curry, or vegetable pasta dish. I also cook for the dogs and they get whatever I get minus onions.

    I have popcorn and nuts in the shell for snacks. And sometimes I make bread, it's about $1 for a loaf of homemade with bulk wheat and bulk yeast compared to about $4 for a high-end premade loaf, big difference, and the dogs love it too!

    I try hard to avoid the prepackaged things. There is a lot of wasted energy in the packaging so it's more eco-friendly to buy in bulk, dried beans and stuff like that. Also I think that home cooked beans are much tastier than bean products, frozen beans, or beans in cans.

    It doesn't take too long. I guess I go on automatic pilot now, it's been years since I've done things any other way.

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    Hello lovestar

    Perhaps a good book on nutrition with some recipes might help you?

    Becoming Vegetarian is my vegan bible! It is by Brenda Davis and Vesanto Melina, you can purchase it from amazon. It is excellent and will save you loads of money and health in the long run.

    The only specifically vegan, bought item that I eat is tofu and I could easily manage without it. Once you've found some recipes you like try making BIG batches and freezing it in portions (in tupperware type boxes) to help out with your schedule: your own convenience food!

    Good luck and WELCOME new vegan - the planet and the animals are loving you!
    "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Mahatma Gandhi.

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    Also check out and do a search on google to see if you have any online health stores that would deliver to you at home
    "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Mahatma Gandhi.

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    Hey Lovestar,
    When I first became vegan I didn't really know what to eat either. The first vegan cookbook I bought overwhelmed me with a bunch of weird foods. What I decided to do was try to vegan-ise some of the things that I had eaten all of my life. I stumbled upon a cookbook called "The Meat & Potatoes Vegetarian Cookbook" ( I use this a lot!! After a few months of eating mostly prepared foods (boca burgers, etc) I realized that I really didn't like them and they were loaded with fat. Two years ago my husband did all the cooking...I didn't like to cook. Now, I love it! I cook all of our meals and am sure to make enough to have leftovers.
    The only "vegan" things that I regularly buy is Tofu and TVP. Other than that, it is mostly fresh produce, beans, etc.
    Keep'll get the hang of it.
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    Quite right Marika5, we must all try not to buy stuff with loads of packaging, it's totally unecessary and avoidable.
    Silent but deadly :p

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    lovesstar, have you tried veganstore yet? I think there are a lot of US mail order vegan companies. Do you live near any chinese groceries? they usually have tofu.

    Personally, while I do cook a lot I also like prepackaged food sometimes, and there's no doubt it *does* make life easier, especially for a new vegan, and I would find it difficult to cook with any vegan cookbooks without the use of tofu and soymilk - good luck with your search lovesstar!

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    I've started by less ready meals...but I do by ready made sauces sometimes and sometimes cakes/sweets etc but that is really.
    "It's not that people suddenly start breeding like rabbits; it's just that people stopped dropping like flies" - population explosion

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    Hi lovestar!

    do you mind sharing what area of the country you are in?

    Most areas I have travelled/lived have ethnic food aisles - generally with mexican, asian or indian groceries. Try looking in there for premade rice dishes, jars of sauces, tofu, etc.

    If you do have a high population of say indians, itallians, greeks, etc. try going to one of the ethnic market/groceries. They are cheaper, and have great assortments of spices, rices, beans, pulses, etc.

    Also, you can buy a soymilk maker, or make soymilk at home in a pot, to make your own tofu.

    I certainly don't eat a lot of prepackaged foods, as others said, they are high in salt, fat, and expensive. I try to make things at home out of basic ingredients. What kinda foods do you like? We may be able to suggest some good recipes.

    I just recently bought a new cookbook called Vegan with a Vengeance that I am loving. The author also has a website with free recipes and it lists the recipes in her new book as well as where to order it from -

    You can order vegan foods online as well, from places like or or sells a vegan cheese most people like.

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    Quote my3labs
    I stumbled upon a cookbook called "The Meat & Potatoes Vegetarian Cookbook" ( I use this a lot!!
    Hi My3labs! My sister gave me this book years ago (before I was vegan) and I just recently realized the entire book is vegan!

    What do you recommend or what do you make a lot? Until I bought Vegan with a Vengeance, I had actually never used one of my vegan cookbooks ever! I always get online recipes.

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    I have about 40 pages with stickies but here are our favs:
    Tofu & Mushroom Piccata - pg 141
    Shepherd's Pie - pg 174
    Flaky Vegetable Potpie - pg 177
    Mexican Tortilla Bake - pg 184
    Potato-Onion Pierogi - pg 229
    Of course, I vary some of them slightly to add more seasonings, spices, etc.
    Another good book is "Fresh From The Vegetarian Slow Cooker".
    I think I'm a Robin Robertson fan.
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    Check out It was my first vegan website hehehe. They have lots of recipes submitted by lots of people, some of them are INCREDIBLY easy and some are elaborate. The best thing about them is that you can search by various topics such as "breakfast" "soup" or "beans". Love this site, they have vegetarian recipes but all vegan recipes are clearly labeled.
    it is wrong for a man to eat anything that causes someone else to stumble

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    I am really enjoying these links and book titles; it's great to be amongst people with so much knowledge.

    Thank you everybody
    "Be the change you wish to see in the world." Mahatma Gandhi.

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    Meggymaggoo - We're amongst a good bunch, huh!

    My3Labs - Thanks for sharing, I will have to give those a try - the veggie pot pie sounds great!

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    Tofu tastes great when frozen and thawed, so when you make a trip to the grocery store that is 20 miles away, you could stock up on tons of tofu and store it in your freezer. But there are a gazillion of options besides tofu. You could gets cans of veggies and beans and some vegetable broth/boullion, dump them all in a can and have a hearty soup! That's a pretty easy way to get a good meal without chopping/peeling.

    Have you ever seen PETA's "Accidentally Vegan" List? It's a list of common packaged foods that are vegan. You will find them at practically any grocery store.
    Not all health food, but should be convenient for you.

    Breakfast (Dry)

    Alpha Bits

    Apple Cinnamon Cheerios

    Apple Jacks

    Berry Burst Cheerios

    Bran Flakes

    Cap’n Crunch Peanut Butter Crunch


    Cinnamon Crunch Crispix

    Cinnamon Krunchers

    Cinnamon Life

    Cocoa Pebbles

    Cocoa Puffs

    Cocoa Rice Krispies

    Complete Oat Bran

    Complete Wheat Bran

    Corn Chex

    Corn Flakes

    Corn Pops

    Cracklin’ Oat Bran


    Frosted Cheerios

    Frosted Flakes

    Fruit By the Foot

    Fruit Harvest

    Fruit Loops

    Fruity Pebbles

    Grape Nuts

    Just Right


    Life Cereal


    Multi-Bran Chex

    Multigrain Cheerios

    Nature’s Valley Granola Bars (Brown Sugar)

    Pop Tarts (Unfrosted Apple Cinnamon)

    Pop Tarts (Unfrosted Blueberry)

    Pop Tarts (Unfrosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon)

    Pop Tarts (Unfrosted Strawberry)

    Quaker Apples and Cinnamon

    Quaker Cinnamon and Spice

    Quaker Date and Walnut

    Quaker Oatmeal (Raisin)

    Quaker Raisins and Spice

    Raisin Bran

    Reese’s Puffs

    Rice Chex

    Rice Krispies


    Wheat Chex

    Alpine Spiced Cider

    Ghirardelli Hot Chocolate (Chocolate Hazelnut)

    Ghirardelli Hot Chocolate (Chocolate Mocha)

    Ghirardelli Hot Chocolate (Double Chocolate)

    Ghirardelli Hot Chocolate (White Mocha)

    Ghirardelli Sweet Ground Chocolate (Baking Cocoa)

    Hershey Syrup (Chocolate)

    Hershey Syrup (Strawberry)

    Kool-Aid Drink Mix

    Nescafe Ice Java Iced Coffee Syrup

    Nestlé Nesquik Syrup (Chocolate)

    Nestlé Nesquik Syrup (Strawberry)

    Nestlé Nesquik Syrup (Very Vanilla)

    Airheads Taffy

    Anna’s Almond Cinnamon Thins

    Anna’s Ginger Thins

    Archway Ginger Snaps

    Blow Pops

    Brach’s Cinnamon Hard Candy

    Brach’s Orange Slices

    Brach’s Root Beer Barrels

    Brach’s Star Brites

    Bremner Wafers

    Brownstone Baking Co. Mini Bagel Crisps (Garlic)

    Carr’s Table Wafer

    Carr’s Tea Biscuits

    Charms Lollipops

    Chocolove Dark Chocolate Bar

    Chocolove Orange Peel (Dark Chocolate Bar)

    Cracker Jacks

    Cry Babies

    Dem Bones


    Dum Dums

    Entenmann’s Fudge Delights Fudge & Mint Cookies

    Famous Amos Sandwich Cookies (Chocolate)

    Famous Amos Sandwich Cookies (Oatmeal Macaroon)

    Famous Amos Sandwich Cookies (Peanut Butter)

    Famous Amos Sandwich Cookies (Vanilla)

    Ferrara Wafer Swirls With Chocolate


    Food Lion Animal Cookies

    Food Lion Ginger Snaps

    Food Lion Oatmeal Cookies

    Food Lion Saltines

    Food Lion Sandwich Cookies (Assorted)

    Food Lion Sandwich Cookies (Chocolate Creme)

    Food Lion Sandwich Cookies (Chocolate Fudge)

    Food Lion Sandwich Cookies (Double Creme-O’s)

    Food Lion Sandwich Cookies (Duplex)

    Food Lion Sandwich Cookies (Mini Chocolate & Vanilla Cremes)

    Food Lion Sandwich Cookies (Peanut Butter)

    Food Lion Sandwich Cookies (Vanilla)

    Food Lion Snack Crackers

    Food Lion Sugar Cookies

    Fritos (Barbecue)

    Fritos (Original)

    Goldenberg’s Peanut Chews

    Grandma’s Peanut Butter Sandwich Cremes

    Hain Apple Cinnamon Rice Cakes

    Herr’s Salsa and Lime Tortilla Chips

    Hot Tamales

    Hubba Bubba Bubblegum

    Jolly Ranchers Lollipops

    Jolly Ranchers Hard Candy



    Keebler Animal Crackers

    Keebler Club Crackers

    Keebler Vienna Fingers

    Kettle White Popcorn

    Kool-Aid Gels

    Krispy Kreme Fruit Pies

    Laffy Taffy

    Lance Captain’s Wafers

    Lance Choc-O Cookies

    Lance Malt Crackers With Peanut Butter

    Lance Nekot Cookies With Peanut Butter

    Lance Nut-O Lunch Cookies (Peanut Butter)

    Lance Nut-O Lunch Cookies (Strawberry Creme)

    Lance Peanut Bar

    Lance Sugar Wafers (Strawberry Creme)

    Lance Sugar Wafers (Vanilla Creme)

    Lance Toasty Crackers With Peanut Butter

    Lance Van-O Lunch Cookies

    Lay’s Blue Corn Chips

    Lay’s Potato Chips (Natural Country Barbecue)

    Lay’s Potato Chips (Thick Cut Sea Salt)

    Lay’s Stax

    Lay’s WOW! Potato Chips

    Lay’s Yellow Corn Chips


    Lundberg Brown Rice Cakes


    Manischewitz Savory Garlic Matzo

    Manischewitz Unsalted Matzo

    Manischewitz Whole Wheat Matzo

    Mary Janes (Regular and Peanut Butter Kisses)

    Melba Toast (Rye)

    Melba Toast (Sesame)

    Melba Toast (Wheat)

    Mike and Ike


    Murray Butter Cookies

    Murray Cinnamon Grahams

    Murray Coconut Bars

    Murray Southern Kitchen Iced Oatmeal Cookies

    Murray Sugar-Free Vanilla Wafers

    Nabisco Chocolate Creme Oreos

    Nabisco Ginger Snaps

    Nabisco Iced Oatmeal Cookies

    Nabisco Oatmeal Cookies

    Nabisco Original Graham Crackers

    Nabisco Spring Oreos

    Nabisco Teddy Grahams (Chocolate)

    Nabisco Teddy Grahams (Cinnamon)

    Nabisco Uh-Oh Oreos

    Nestle Double Chocolate Thin Mints

    New York Flatbreads (Fat-Free)

    New York Flatbreads (Garlic)

    Newman O’s

    Now and Later

    Nutter Butter Bites

    Panda Licorice

    PezRing Pop Lollipops

    Pure De-Lite Coconut Bars

    Quaker Apple Cinnamon Rice Cakes

    Ritz Regular Crackers

    Ritz Whole Wheat Crackers

    Sesame Royale Breadsticks

    Skittles’ Mints

    Smarties (U.S. Version Only)

    Snackwells Cracked Pepper Crackers

    Snyder’s Jalapeno Pretzel Bites

    Snyder’s Pretzel Sticks (Onion and Oat Bran)

    Snyder’s Pretzel Sticks (Pumpernickel)

    Sour Patch Kids

    Soy Crisps (Barbecue)

    Soy Crisps (Deep Sea Salt)

    Soy Crisps (Garlic Onion)

    Stacey’s Pita Chips (Baked)

    Stacey’s Pita Chips (Texarkana Hot)

    Starburst Hard Candy

    Starburst Jelly Beans

    Sun Chips (Original Flavor)

    Super Bubble

    Swedish Fish

    Sweet Tarts

    Toasteds Crackers (Sesame)

    Toasteds Crackers (Wheat)

    Town House Original Crackers

    Triscuit Crackers (Garlic Herb)

    Triscuit Crackers (Original)

    Triscuit Crackers (Reduced Fat)

    Triscuit Crackers (Roasted Garlic)


    Tropical Source Mini Chocolate Bags


    Utz Puffed Caramel Corn

    Wasa Crispbread (Light Rye)

    Wasa Crispbread (Multi-Grain)

    Wheat Thins (Multi-Grain)

    Wheat Thins (Original)

    Wheat Thins (Reduced Fat)

    Zesta Original Crackers


    Arnold Premium Seasoned Stuffing

    Betty Crocker Bac-o’s Bacon Flavor Bits

    Brianna’s French Dressing

    Brianna’s Poppy Seed Dressing

    Brianna’s Santa Fe Blend Dressing

    Campbell’s Franco-American Mushroom Gravy

    Classico Pasta Sauces (Roasted Garlic)

    Classico Pasta Sauces (Spicy Red Pepper)

    Dona Maria Mole

    El Paso Enchilada Sauce

    Girard’s Champagne Dressing

    Girard’s Italian Dressing

    Girard’s Original French Dressing

    Girard’s Raspberry Dressing

    Hidden Valley Ranch Dip Mix

    Hunt’s Manwich Sauce

    Kame Marinades (Red Chili)

    Kame Marinades (Sweet Teriyaki)

    Kame Marinades (Thai Coconut)

    Kame Marinades (Wasabi With Ginger)

    Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Crumbs

    Knorr Red Bell Pepper Pesto Sauce Mix

    Kraft Balsamic Dressing

    Kraft Catalina Dressing

    Kraft Classic Italian Vinaigrette Dressing

    Kraft Creamy Italian Dressing

    Kraft Fat-Free Italian Dressing

    Kraft French Dressing

    Kraft French Fries Seasoning

    Lipton Recipe Soup and Dip Mix (Onion)

    Lipton Recipe Soup and Dip Mix (Onion Mushroom)

    Lipton Recipe Soup and Dip Mix (Vegetable)

    McCormick Bac’n Pieces

    McCormick Spaghetti Sauce Mix

    Newman’s Light Balsamic Dressing

    Newman’s Light Italian Dressing

    Newman’s Light Raspberry and Walnut Dressing

    Newman’s Olive Oil and Vinegar Dressing

    Newman’s Red Wine Vinaigrette and Olive Oil Dressing

    Newman’s Regular Balsamic Dressing

    Old El Paso Taco Seasoning Mix

    Pepperidge Farms Cubed Herb Seasoned Stuffing

    Prego Mushroom Pasta Sauce

    Ragu Pizza Sauce

    Smucker’s Goober Grape Peanut Butter

    Baked Goods
    Arnold’s Carb-Counting Multi-Grain Bread

    Arnold’s Jewish Rye Bread

    Arnold’s Potato Sandwich Rolls

    Arnold’s Sesame Sandwich Rolls

    Arnold’s Stone Ground Whole Wheat Bread

    Arnold’s Wheat Sandwich Rolls

    Cobblestone Mill Hoagie Rolls

    Cobblestone Mill Jewish Rye Bread

    Cobblestone Mill Kaiser Rolls

    Cobblestone Mill Onion Rolls

    Cobblestone Mill Party Rolls

    Cobblestone Mill Pumpernickel Bread

    Cobblestone Mill White Sub Rolls

    Cobblestone Mill Whole Wheat Bread

    Dutch Country Soft Potato

    Dutch Country Whole Wheat

    Krispy Kreme Fruit Pies (Apple)

    Krispy Kreme Fruit Pies (Cherry)

    Krispy Kreme Fruit Pies (Peach)

    Little Debbie Cake Donuts

    Pepperidge Farm Dark Pumpernickel Bread

    Pepperidge Farm Rye and Pumpernickel Swirl Bread

    Thomas New York Style Bagels (Blueberry)

    Thomas New York Style Bagels (Cinnamon Swirl)

    Thomas New York Style Bagels (Everything)

    Thomas New York Style Bagels (Plain)

    Thomas Toaster Bagels (Cinnamon Raisin)

    Thomas Toaster Bagels (Plain)

    Refrigerated and Frozen Foods
    Anne’s Flat Dumplings

    Athens Phyllo Dough

    Athens Phyllo Mini Shells

    Calaro Guacamole

    Edy’s No-Sugar Bars

    Edy’s Whole Fruit Bars

    Fleischmann’s Light Margarine

    Food Lion French Fries

    Food Lion Hash Browns

    Food Lion Restaurant Fries

    Food Lion Seasoned Curly Fries

    Food Lion Shoe String Fries

    Food Lion Steak Fries

    General Mills Italian-Style Vegetables

    General Mills Roasted Potatoes With Garlic and Herbs

    Lender’s Bagels (Cinnamon Raisin)

    Lender’s Bagels (Onion)

    Lender’s Bagels (Plain)

    Luigi’s Italian Ice

    Minute Maid Frozen Lemonade Bars

    Mrs. Smith’s Deep Dish Pie Crust

    Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry Sheets

    Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry Shells

    Pillsbury Cornbread Twists

    Pillsbury Crescent Rolls

    Pillsbury Turnover (Apple)

    Pillsbury Turnover (Cherry)

    Piñata Flour Tortillas

    Safeway Whipped Cream (Canned)

    Simply Potatoes Diced Potato With Onion

    Simply Potatoes New Potato Wedges

    Simply Potatoes Shredded Hash Browns

    Smart Balance Light Buttery Spread

    Smart Beat Super Light Margarine

    Smart Squeeze Fat-Free Margarine

    Smuckers Uncrustables Peanut Butter and Grape Jelly

    Smuckers Uncrustables Peanut Butter and Strawberry Jam

    SuperPretzel Baked Soft Pretzels

    Aunt Jemima Coffee Cake Mix

    Aunt Jemima Whole Wheat Pancake/Waffle Mix

    Betty Crocker Bisquick

    Ghirardelli Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix

    Green Giant Cream Style Sweet Corn

    Hodgson Mill Bran Muffin Mix

    Hodgson Mill Caraway Rye Bread Mix

    Hodgson Mill White Bread Mix

    Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Gingerbread Mix

    Jello-O Instant Pudding (Banana Creme)

    Jello-O Instant Pudding (Chocolate)

    Jello-O Instant Pudding (Lemon)

    Jello-O Instant Pudding (Vanilla)


    Keebler Ready Crust Pie Crusts (Shortbread)

    Kraft Baker’s Angel Flake Coconut

    Martha White Pizza Crust Mix

    Old El Paso Taco Shells

    Thai Kitchen Noodle Bowls (Lemongrass & Chili)

    Thai Kitchen Noodle Bowls (Pad Thai)

    Thai Kitchen Noodle Bowls (Roasted Garlic)

    Thai Kitchen Noodle Bowls (Thai Peanut)

    Tropical Source Dark Chocolate Chips

    Uncle Ben’s Cinnamon and Raisin Rice Pudding Mix

    Betty Crocker Hash Brown

    Campbell’s Franco-American Mushroom Gravy

    Campbell’s Tomato Soup

    Del Monte White Corn Cream Style

    Healthy Choice Garden Vegetable Soup

    Hormel Chili

    Hunt’s Manwich Sauce

    Knorr Red Bell Pepper Pesto Sauce Mix

    Kraft “It’s Pasta Anytime” Spaghetti With Marinara

    Kraft French Fries Seasoning

    Kraft Snake ‘N Bake (Hot/Spicy Coating Mix)

    Kraft Snake ‘N Bake (Original Chicken Coating Mix)

    Kraft Snake ‘N Bake (Original Pork Coating Mix)

    Kraft Taco Bell Soft Taco Dinner

    Kraft Taco Bell Taco Dinner

    Lipton Beefy Onion Soup

    Lipton Recipe Soup and Dip Mix (Onion)

    Lipton Recipe Soup and Dip Mix (Onion Mushroom)

    Lipton Recipe Soup and Dip Mix (Vegetable)

    Manischewitz Sweet Potato Pancake Mix

    McCormick Fajitas Seasoning Mix

    McCormick Hot Seasoning Mix

    McCormick Mild Chili Seasoning Mix

    McCormick Original Seasoning Mix

    McCormick Pasta Salad Vinaigrette Dressing Blend

    McCormick Sloppy Joe Seasoning

    McCormick Spaghetti Sauce Mix

    Near East Roasted Garlic & Olive Oil Cousous

    Near East Spanish Rice Pilaf

    Near East Toasted Almond Rice Pilaf

    Near East Toasted Pine Nut Couscous

    Old El Paso Enchilada Sauce

    Old El Paso Fat-Free Refried Beans

    Old El Paso No-Fuss Fajita Dinner Kit

    Old El Paso Taco Seasoning Mix

    Progresso Soup (Hearty Tomato)

    Progresso Soup (Lentil)

    Progresso Soup (Tomato Basil)

    San Giorgio Pastas (Angel Hair)

    San Giorgio Pastas (Elbow Macaroni)

    San Giorgio Pastas (Rigatoni)

    San Giorgio Pastas (Rotelle)

    San Giorgio Pastas (Spaghetti)

    Swanson Vegetable Broth

    Top Ramen (Oriental)

    Uncle Ben’s Lemon & Herb Rice

    Uncle Ben’s Long-Grain Rice

    Uncle Ben’s Mexican Fiesta

    Uncle Ben’s Oriental Fried Rice

    Uncle Ben’s Rice Pilaf

    Uncle Ben’s Spanish Rice

    Uncle Ben’s Wild Rice

    Zatarain’s Black Beans & Rice

    Zatarain’s Black-Eyed Peas & Rice

    Zatarain’s Dirty Rice Mix

    Zatarain’s Gumbo Mix With Rice

    Zatarain’s Jambalaya

    Zatarain’s Red Beans & Rice
    I eat nutritional yeast by the spoonful.

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