Vegan Grocery Haul & Are Goths Really Open Minded?

This video isn’t the kind of thing I would usually post on this blog, but it’s something I feel fits into what I want my YouTube to be. It’s all about the odd or as I call it the “overall weirdity”. Whether that’s oddities, horror, SFX, alternative style or veganism (which is considered outlandish by some).

What do you think? Would this be something you’d be interested in? Grocery hauls are a huge thing in the vegan and health food section of YouTube, but what about the alternative style section? There used to be this misconception that all alternative people are open minded and that’s why so many alternative people are vegetarians, openly queer and so forth. Is this fact or coincidence?



  1. February 10, 2016 / 5:54 pm

    not a fan oh hauls of any kind but i would love to hear your opinions on the goth subculture from a vegan or any other perspective. listening to someone else´s opinion is always interesting!

  2. February 11, 2016 / 3:57 am

    Grocery hauls are a thing??!!??

  3. February 11, 2016 / 3:57 am

    Grocery hauls are a thing??!!??

  4. February 11, 2016 / 4:07 am

    I am working on vegetarian eating this year for ethical reasons! It takes a lot of effort for me because I am already a picky eater and spices and things often make me feel sick and a lot of vegan and vego recipes are very spicy. Also in restaurants vegan meals are often slathered in dairy! What is with that! Lol.

  5. February 17, 2016 / 5:29 am

    You might want to try going to a store like costco or sam's club. I'm not sure if they have those over seas or something similar, but you could get bigger portions and save money and maybe a huge bag of adult spinach. The Organic movement does use organic pesticides but aren't harmful to people, animals, or the planet and most research out there that says non-organic is the same are company sponsored information like the news and "studies". You can find more information on the benefits and differences on organic by going to sites of agricultural professionals who are not sponsored by huge companies like Monsato or anything like that. I don't mind making lentils and beans from scratch because that bags are cheaper and healthier that the cans and I can make my own lentil and black bean burgers with other veggies. Thanks for posting, I haven't been to your blog in a while. As I dive deeper into my vegan plant based journey I may post my own grocery haul and recipes. People seem to wonder what vegans eat and how we get protein, iron, calcium, and basically survive a lifestyle without meat, dairy, eggs, and other animal products.

    • February 17, 2016 / 12:04 pm

      Thanks for the great comment!

      I'll be sure to look into everything you mentioned and keep an open mind. I for sure want to stay informed.

      Oh, and I'd love to see your own! Send me the link when it goes up! 🙂

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