There are many breads that are vegan.. I prefer to buy locally made bread, as it has the best chance of being vegan and is the least processed. But I am happy to say, there are a few major brands from the grocery store that are vegan for those of us who just need a loaf in a jiffy 🙂

Here is a quick read that mentions a few brands that have one or more vegan loaves… among those being Arnolds, Cobblestone Mill and Thomas Bagels. Though, like I said, not ALL the products from these companies are vegan.  Always check your ingredients. I find that PETA’s “accidentally vegan” list is accurate and really helpful to new vegans!

Also, Natures Own 100% Whole Wheat Bread & also Natures Own 100% Whole Wheat Hamburger Buns are vegan.  Only the 100% whole wheat kind though… Natures Own doesn’t use animal products in their dough conditioners, though some of their other loaves contain honey and omega 3’s derived from fish.  I found out this information from here.

And of coarse, you can always bake your own bread at home!  Don’t be intimidated.  I’ts easy.  And I admit, I have been majorly slacking on showing off my good-old bread makin’ chops… I  need to remedy that by posting a few easy bread recipes.  I am aware that we all don’t have a bread machine  (which I am fortunate to have) however I rarely use it!  I really enjoy the good old bread making process more 🙂

5 responses to “VEGAN BREADS

  1. Thank you Rita for your very helpful site!!! You and your beautiful baby look radiant with good health! Peta’s list of vegan (even if accidentally) came very timely to me as I was using The Baker’s bread which is vegan and even has flax in it, but I couldn’t find it anymore in my neighborhood at the standard price, only at $5! So now I see I have a world of breads from which to choose! Thanks for giving us Peta’s site too.

    I’ll be looking forward to your easy bread recipes! :o) Adela

  2. random vegan reader

    Thank you! as a new vegan it’s good to know that these burger buns are safe for my mushroom burgers.

  3. On the Peta’s accidentally vegan site it says that they allow for trace animal ingredients in products. I don’t rely on that site anymore to find out if something is vegan.

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