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If cooking fruit and veg, lightly steam and retain the juice as part of the whole meal. Drink/eat fruit and veg the moment you have cut, juiced or "smoothied" them. Many health giving vitamins and other nutrients are lost if cut/cooked fruit and veg is left for more than even just a few minutes.

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This list of veggie-friendly foods is just a tiny amount of options available to those wishing to follow a meat and fish free diet. Some foods listed here link to information on Wikipedia; one of its few subject areas which appears slightly more reliable for factual accuracy. However, we always advise you to treat any Wikipedia articles with a measure of caution.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: This list is for general guidance only. If you think you may suffer from a food allergy you must consult a qualified medical practitioner before consuming certain foods.

seeds and grain I pulses I seaweeds I nuts I pasta
meat-like protein-based
I non-dairy milks I commercially harvested edible wild fungi

seeds and grain

Sesame
Sunflower seed
Pumpkin seed
Alfalfa
Linseed (Flax)
Poppy seed
Mustard seed
Quinoa
Fenugreek seed
Buckwheat

RICE ...

Long Grain rice (Basmati)
Wild rice
Arborio rice
Brown Rice (natural)

GRAINS (Whole Grains)

Wheat Grain
Rye grains
Barley
Rye
Millet
Amaranth grain

Oats
Popcorn (without additional flavouring)

 

pulses (legume)

BEANS

Mung Beans
Butter Beans (Lima)
Bellotti Beans
Red Kidney Beans

LENTILS

Puy Lentils
Black/Beluga Lentils
Green Lentils
Yellow Lentils

Marrowfat Peas
Chickpeas
Peanuts

 

seaweeds

Dulse
Kelp Powder
Wakame
Nori (generic name for Japanese based seaweeds)
Arame (kelp)
Alaria
Agar Agar (suitable as a vegetarian gelatin substitute)

 

nuts

Almonds
Brazils
Cashews
Chestnuts
Hazelnuts (Cob Nut)
Macadamias
Pecans
Pine nuts
Pistachios
Walnuts
Ground Almond (for pastes and flour alternatives)

pasta
(NOTE: Avoid black pasta ... contains squid ink. Vegans should also avoid pasta made with eggs)

Flat Rice Noodles
Vermicelli Rice Noodles
Wholewheat Fusilli
Spaghetti
See
this Wiki page for a list of pasta types

meat-like protein-based

Tofu
Seitan
Quorn (not vegan)
Soya mince / burgers

 

non-dairy milks

Soya Milk
Rice Milk
Almond Milk
Oat Milk
Coconut milk / cream

 

commercially harvested edible wild fungi

Chanterelle
Porcino (Steinpilz)
Maitake
Shitake
Shimeji

Gathering edible mushrooms from the wild can be an enjoyable activity. However, it's extremely important that you first learn how to identify edible mushrooms. Making a mistake can be fatal. We advise you to read properly researched books on the subject before embarking on mushroom gathering.

 

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