Just before Josh and I departed Berlin, we paid a visit to the wonderful Veganz grocery shop on Warschauer Straße for a spot of shopping.
The idea was to buy a few things to bring back to London. The reality of the situation was slightly different to the plan.
Check out our haul.
My top tip for travelling with bought food is to buy at least a few frozen items to be used as chilling blocks for the refrigerated items. Pack them all tightly in a plastic bag and all will be dandy when you get home.
Do you like my groceries? If you could pick just one item, what would it be?
I fantasise about opening a vegan grocery store in London/online that specialises in importing the best vegan foods from other countries so that we can all enjoy these delights all year round. That fantasy will never come true for me, but please could you use your influence to persuade someone who is actually in a position to do this that it would be a GREAT idea? Or maybe alert the good people at Vx to start selling some of this stuff? I’m sure there would be a market for it!
So, I have to read your blog to learn that Veganz has something called “Chorizo Seitan”. I really need to take a trip with the S-Bahn soon, very soon. 🙂
Hurry! So many lovely products to buy.
I’ve never been to Veganz (even though I’m German). Your haul looks amazing! I’m intrigued by how many of these products are not actually German. Veganz must be stocking such a wide range.
Those little chocolate hearts are really nice. My mum sent them over one Christmas – they never even made it onto any cakes as decorations.
They do stock a lot of products from North America.
I don’t see why you would want to eat mock meat when there are such wonderful fruits, nuts, seeds and veggies out there. Things that don’t come with tons of packaging that make their way into landfills, rivers and the oceans.