The perfect vegan pantry

The perfect vegan pantry

The importance of the contents of the vegan pantry is greater than we think. 

In most cases, when the groceries we need are not within reach, we tend to improvise and get lazy, ending up with a particularly nourishing meal, usually the week. 

Therefore, we recommend that you make a list of all the things that are important to us that are always available. 

It is advisable to look at the components as high quality raw materials for making art. 

Fresh vegetables, herbs, fresh fruits and more open up the appetite and craving for a delicious, nutritious and healthy meal. 

It is very important to diversify and try new flavors in order to avoid boring flavors.


Fresh fruits are a great dessert for any meal and are very important to our menu. 

When buying fruit, it is advisable to consume a sufficient quantity per week and renew and diversify it every week. 

This is to keep the fruits fresh and fresh. 

The fruits are recommended to be purchased in markets as there is a very wide and usually very fresh variety of fruits to be found.

 The fruits can be combined in various stews and in many desserts. 

It is advisable to purchase the fruits of the season and not settle for cool or fresh goods. 

Of course it is also highly recommended to keep dry fruits such as apricots, plums, raisins, blueberry dates, etc.


The abundance of vegetables available today opens up a wide variety of recipes, options and flavors. 

Vegetables have many benefits, some of them absorb flavors, some enhance flavors in different foods, they are rich in shades and scents, some are sweet, some are spicy, some are sour and are an excellent source of vitamins, minerals and iron. 

If you have a small garden or even a balcony, you can set up a stunning vegetable garden rich in vegetables andherbs .


Spice herbs enrich the dish and give it fresh and intense flavors. Recommended herbs – sage, parsley, coriander, lemongrass, dill, celery, chives, mint, tarragon, Louisa and more.

 Spice plants can be grown in planters on the balcony, they will smell amazing with every breeze.

Whole Spices

Many of the spices we find on the marketing chains are ground and packed in small bags or boxes. 

When you open the bag, the intense smell of spice spreads in the moment. 

But a very short time later, the aroma disappears and the smell fades. 

Whole spice stores such as fennel seeds, cardamom seeds, coriander seeds, cumin seeds and more are easily recommended in dry spice shops and grinded using a spice grinder or a grater and pestle. 

The dish gets a different aroma and wonderful taste. 


Flour is a very useful commodity among baking enthusiasts, but amateur cooks also tend to use it a lot. 

Different types of flour (white flour, whole flour, quinoa flour, quinoa flour, bread flour, chickpea flour, potato flour, cornmeal, spelled flour and many others) are recommended in the vegan pantry (relatively long expiry date and is effective and useful).

Cakes and cookies, for pies, as a substitute for egg  , for “schnitzel” coating (using flour and a little water to create an effective sticky paste for pasting breadcrumbs) and more

Cereals and grains 

cereals are very important for a balanced and healthy menu.

 Whole grains are rich in dietary fiber, they provide a sense of satiety and combined with legumes they are a complete and high quality protein. 

It is advisable to hold a wide variety of cereals and variety daily. 

Cereals that we always recommend in the vegan pantry: white rice, whole rice (there is a wide variety of rice types), grits, burgundy, wheat, freaky, couscous, quinoa and more. 

With the grains you can make excellent additions to the main course, but can also be combined with main courses. 


 Legumes  are a key and very important component of a balanced vegan menu. 

It is recommended to combine cereals and berries into legumes to form a complete protein. 

Legumes are very tasty, nutritious and satisfying over time.

 Early preparations will make it easier to use legumes and make them available to them.

 Legumes that are best kept in the vegan pantry (recommended in the freezer after this process ): beans of all varieties and varieties, chickpeas, Paul, soy (known as Adamama), mash, peas and more. 

Noodles and dry goods

The variety is not very wide, but it is recommended that rice noodles, rice leaves and seaweed are available in the pantry. 

You can find many interesting and delicious recipes that require these ingredients. 

Although pasta contains eggs, home-made vegan pasta can easily be made.


Cans can have a very long duration. While not recommended for daily use, they can be good substitutes in case we get stuck. 

Such as : tomato paste, crushed tomatoes, olives, pickles, pepper, corn, and more.

Miscellaneous Recommended Always in Pantry

Canola Oil, Olive Oil, Sunflower Oil, Sesame Oil, Synthetic Vinegar, Balsamic Vinegar, Ben Wine Vinegar, Pomegranate Concentration, Soy Sauce, Chili Sauce, Silane, Tabasco, Wasabi, Teriyaki Sauce, Sour Sauce -Sweet, etc.


 Maple Syrup, Chocolate Syrup, Mustard, Peanut Butter, Raw Tahini, Tofu, Dark Chocolate, Cocoa, Baking Powder, Drinking Soda, Sugar Powder, Dried Yeast, Beer Yeast, Instant Pudding, White Sugar, Brown, Coconut Chips, Poppy , Halva, baking extracts, cornstarch, jams in a variety of flavors, etc.

Written by Vegan

Vegan Diet Society is a lifestyle blog focusing on delicious, healthy and homemade recipes.We love making delicious vegan food and versions of all the old favorite dishes.

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