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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Approaching Level 99 Vegan! [R]9 months, 3 weeks agoCristian888 posted submission on vegan.
Feb. 11, 2019
Feb. 12, 2019
Yeah but I also mix in stuff like ramen. I buy this:
That's under $2 per meal, not bad
And yeah I get you, money isn't an issue for me but it sucks because it prevents certain people from converting to veganism. Thankfully more and more companies offer vegan options and as this trend continues, competition will hopefully help drive prices down. For example, Kite Hill has practically no competition in various departments, so they go nuts on the prices
Grocery list ideas (back-to-school) [R]1 year, 4 months agoLucifugel posted submission on vegan.
July 30, 2018
Hey everyone! Just realized I'm moving back to school in under 3 weeks (summer's going by so fast!) and that I need some good grocery ideas. Last semester, I lived primarily off of processed vegan food, which I can't say was the healthiest, so I'm looking for produce that can be kept in my dorm fridge, prepared easily, and purchased at Walmart for a relatively low price (budget is about $10-12/week). I'll have access to my kitchen knife, fridge, and microwave at all times and a small kitchen with stove and oven 1-2x/week (am open to meal prep ideas as well).
Any ideas for an inexpensive college grocery list? I prefer whole foods to processed/refined carbs :)
July 30, 2018
Everyone has forgotten the number one staple... ramen!
Nissin Top Ramen brand has two vegan flavors: Soy Sauce (formerly known as “Oriental”) and Chili. Make sure to get the top ramen brand and not maruchan which isn’t vegan!
If you live near an Asian grocery or a 7-eleven, look for Nongshim’s Soon Ramyun which is certified vegan. It comes in a traditional package as well as a cup: https://www.amazon.com/NongShim-Soon-Noodle-Veggie-Ounce/dp/B00PYS5F3A/ref=pdawsimsbs3251?encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=TBJVRR0P2AWR9K7N6Y81
Finally, Nongshim makes a variety of vegan ramyun. As it is a Korean company, they do pack some heat. They have more on their website: http://www.nongshimusa.com/homev2/our-products/vegan/
Ramen isn’t healthy food but it’s handy. I ate a lot when I was low on cash (I didn’t have a kitchen in my first dorm) and it was divine when I was under the weather.
Veggie instant ramen suggestions? [R]1 year, 8 months agospline9 posted submission on ramen.
March 31, 2018
I'd love to hear about everyone's favourite instant ramen noodles which don't contain meat/stock from animals. I love picking up new things to try at asian super markets but there are so many ramen options that it can get a bit tedious looking through all of the ingredients on each packet. My current favourite instant noodles are the Koka Spicy Stir Fry but I'm looking to branch out a bit. As a side note I personally do eat fish and seafood occasionally so would be interested in suggestions there too. I just thought this would be a good thread to discuss some great veggie alternatives.
April 1, 2018
NongShim Soon Veggie is vegan and tasty. Here's an Amazon link. Add some blanched bok choi, sauteed mushrooms (shitake, oyster, enoki), bean sprouts, green onion and some corn. Since you're ok with fish, add some sliced kamaboko or surimi(krab) on top. Finish it off with a splash of la-yu (spicy sesame oil) and a sprinkle of sesame seeds. Nom.
My New Fav Dinner. This Is Very Addictive. [R]2 years, 1 month agoTheDonBon posted submission on veganrecipes.
Oct. 28, 2017
Oct. 28, 2017
Speaking of ramen, this is the best instant ramen I've had in my life. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00PYS5F3A/ref=ohauisearch_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Favorite ramen  [R]2 years, 4 months agoAug. 6, 2017
Making myself some chicken ramen and just wondering how others like it. What's your fav flavor? Do you add anything to it? My mom always melted a slice of American at the end. Sometimes hubs drops in an egg. An ex would drain all the water before mixing in the packet + some butter. I'm pretty boring and just make it as instructed on the package 😍🍲
Aug. 6, 2017
Nongshim all the way. I like the veggie ones. There are lots of other brands, but almost anything nongshim consistently blows easily found ramen like Top Ramen, and Maruchan out of the water for just a tiny bit more money.
When I am going all out I add the following items: egg, bamboo shoots in chili oil, and If I have it on hand, a little dried seaweed like furikake. Depending on flavor of the soup I also add a little rice vinegar, fish sauce, and white pepper.
Sabotaged by my mom :( [R]3 years, 10 months agoFeb. 1, 2016
Feb. 2, 2016
Hey, korean here. I'm a first year college student and I can totally relate. I decided to go vegan in my senior year of high school and in the beginning, there was a lot of resistance from my parents. They're really strict and my whole family responded by making jokes, ignoring me, and asking when I was going to start eating meat again/get over it. At the time, my mom did all the cooking for me and would use fish sauce and bits of fish cake in soups, spam, etc. I told her how upset eating animals made me and eventually she respected my decision. I started to cook for myself, I offered them to try foods they've never tried, I bake delicious desserts - and now they're fine with it. It's been a year now. I still get occasional jokes and they aren't vegan themselves (yet), but they've learned that I'm not changing and it isn't a phase. Don't worry so much about what happened. It's in the past and seeing how uncomfortable it made you, you know you don't have to eat fish in the future.
It gets a lot easier with time. Every now and again, we make mistakes. 20+ year vegans do. I've been going to this local Mediterranean establishment for over 6 months now and I always got their falafel + hummus because 6 months ago, a worker told me their hummus didn't have milk in it. I went again last week and saw them making the hummus with yogurt. I asked if they had yogurt in their hummus all along and they said yes. Actually, the person that told me there was no dairy in it was a younger cousin of the owner who was there helping out one weekend. So obviously, I was really upset and there was this crappy feeling in my stomach, just standing in that restaurant, thinking of all the times I ordered that hummus. The lady who owns the store told me since I've been eating it all this time and the dairy they put in is such a trivial amount and I'm not lactose-intolerant, why not continue to eat it? I don't blame her; she's a 1st gen Greek lady with a heavy accent and can't comprehend why I would refuse something that's good for your bones. Now I know to be more careful about small things like that. Learn from what happened and move on. Every meal you continue to have without animal products makes a difference. By doing so, you are refusing to contribute to the exploitative and abusive nature of animal agriculture.
Just some things that helped me: There is a nice youtube channel called cheaplazyvegan who is also korean and has a couple vegan korean recipes up that you can try. You can veganize almost any korean meal by replacing fish/anchovy broth with 다시마/dashima broth.
AND [Nongshim] (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00PYS5F3A/ref=pdlposbsdpss1?pfrdp=1944687742&pfrds=lpo-top-stripe-1&pfrdt=201&pfrdi=B00HW8DNIY&pfrdm=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pfrd_r=0E2NWY3Q1BFV7BJT9RE7) has a vegan ramen that is SO DELICIOUS and tastes even better (imo) than the original. You can find it at any asian market.
HANG IN THERE!!!