What To Buy A Vegan/ Vegetarian For Christmas

I know what you are thinking, we are just like all other people we just don`t eat all the stuff other people eat, Like animal products.

Some vegans are animal activist too, so make sure you do not by any leather, no wool sweaters or fur anything. Maybe a donation to an animal no kill rescue shelter in the name of someone would be a nice gift.

Through the Arbor day foundation you can buy a tree and have a card sent that it was planted in your name, cool?

I have to say that if you plan on a gift of food the best thing I can think of, that I would love for myself, would be nuts and seeds. I love this protein!

Pecans

Walnuts

Almonds

Hazelnuts

Raw sunflower seeds

Raw pumpkin seeds

Peanuts

Cashews

Chia seeds ( not with the ceramic head:)

Chocolate made from coconut oil and sweetened with agave is so yummy.

And for the homestead vegetarians like me a nice size green house would be nice, with a watering system.

Dirt, with plenty of reusable pots are favored too. Plants and flowers are always an awesome gift as well as seeds for planting a vegetable garden.

Now don`t let us vegans/vegetarian fool you we still love gold and gems, they come straight from the earth. I adore blue anything wrapped in gold.

Cars! Heck yeah. There is not one thing wrong with giving someone a car for a Christmas gift. I do love those new Dodge Challengers, black or white, okay I don`t care what color. ( hint hint 😉

But the best thing that I can think of to give someone, anyone for Christmas, is a Christmas card letting them know you are thinking about them, no money just a few words,or an invitation to share Christmas dinner is more than some will get.

Just remember its th thought that counts. But ….. Cars and houses are the best gifts of all 😀

By Andria Perry
Photo By Andria Perry

10 thoughts on “What To Buy A Vegan/ Vegetarian For Christmas”

  1. Ah yes! My chocolate needs to be coconut-free…and it’s the thought that counts, but…Real estate, Santa Claus! I want real estate!

    I’m a bit nutty about nuts too. I usually buy peanuts, cashews, or sunflower seeds, mostly because pecans are too expensive. I like almonds and pecans. And pepitas…but the cats usually get most of the (pumpkin seed kernels) because they need the medicinal effects of pepitas more than I do.

  2. Great ideas here. 🙂 My husband said that he wanted a new truck for Christmas. He was joking. I said that I’d get him one, and I wasn’t joking. I bought him a Hot Wheels. I just have to wrap it. 🙂 He didn’t say what size or whether it had to be functional or not. He can push it. The wheels move.

    1. I did that once and those old ladies did not like it. Another time I have this woman a man, she said ” I will take a fireman for Christmas” I have her a doll, that peed her off 🙂 But I thought it was funny and still do. :p

  3. I wish my family would eat more veggies than what they do. I do not want them to be a diabetic like me. Luckily I am only a type 2. My grandmother wasn’t so lucky. A family friend recently found out he was type two. He didn’t like it when I told him he needs to watch his potato, corn, pea and pasta in take. Plus, cut down on his drinking. As he is tends to drink heavily.

    1. I learned that when someone asks about ” how do I deal with diabetes” to tell them everyone is different ask YOUR doctor. Because when you tell them the truth they think we are crazy telling them not to eat pie, and bread and potatoes.

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