How Much Do Vegans Spend on Food Each Month? – Episode 055

In this episode, we break down the misconceptions and truths about how much vegans spend on food. More specifically, we share exactly how we spent on food in the last 30 days as a little case study. Being the start of a new year, we also touch on Veganuary and how you can get involved. 

If you’ve always wondered how much vegans spend on food and have thought that it’s only a lifestyle for the “privileged”, this conversation will help broaden your perspective and see how food, vegan or not, can be cheap or expensive.

How much do you spend on groceries weekly? Do you eat out often? We’d love for you to share your insights (and let us know if you’re vegan or not) in the comments section below. 

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2 thoughts on “How Much Do Vegans Spend on Food Each Month? – Episode 055”

  1. Loved this episode. We too prioritise a really good barista grade oat milk, though often only at the weekends! The cheapness of dairy milk is horrifying when you think how much it should cost to produce milk from a happy cow. I think Aus is even cheaper than the U.K. for meat and dairy.
    I use a veg box scheme to top up hone-grown veg. It is really good value, and organic and seasonal, and interesting for variety. Once veg is the star of a meal it is soooo much cheaper than meat or fish.

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