Vegan Budget Meals for under 2 Euros/Dollars (healthy & cozy recipes)

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  • at 11:24 pm
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    This reminds me to go to Lidl again more often- I tend to go to Rewe since it’s nearby but of course it’s pricier

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  • at 6:48 am
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    Everything looked good. ❤️

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  • at 10:00 am
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    Hey 🙂 I wanted to ask which blender you are using? The recipes look delicious, I will definitely try the first one!

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  • at 5:52 am
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    Your helping my bodybuilding meal prep so easy. You’ve helped Me tremendously.

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  • at 11:21 am
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    Me and my buy food at the closest store to us and we just a little bit of food and its expensive but if we go to Lidl and we buy lots of food and it’s not even that expensive

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  • at 2:02 pm
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    BE CAREFUL THE CAULIFLOWER POPCORN OF VEMONDO IS ACTUALLY VEGETARIAN!!!

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  • at 3:19 pm
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    Since Lidl has introduced so many vegan products this year for a lot cheaper, I barely go to any othe grocery stores anymore, unless I need to buy spices, „special“ produce or international cuisine stuff. This makes my wallet very happy, especially after the price surge for groceries this year:/

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  • at 3:33 pm
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    That's a beautiful recipe, thank you,I'm also a chef and love making cooking videos, you did a great job!😋😋😋

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  • at 8:05 am
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    Every delicious meal:
    Mina: "Lemon juice uwu 👌🏻"

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  • at 6:11 am
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    Not…in my country Lidl is far from cheap. And even more, vegan products are rare …shame on them…

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  • at 9:25 am
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    i live in a decently big city in eastern germany and my local lidls don‘t have any of the cool vegan products, only standard stuff like vegan nuggets rip

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  • at 1:03 pm
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    Could u do some recipes where I don’t need a blender?? <33

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  • at 7:56 pm
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    Hi Mina! Thanks for this new video! I am glad you talked about your ebook because I stumbled upon it a few weeks ago and I was like "WAIT! She made an ebook out of her recipes?! Did I miss something?" So also thank you for the ebook 😀

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  • at 9:47 pm
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    I love your videos they are really calming and peaceful. The videography is always chef kiss and the recipes look so good.

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  • at 12:10 am
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    Loved these ideas so much!!

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  • at 8:09 am
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    oh my goodness i loved the intro actually seeing you 🥺 your videos are my go to comfort videos to watch

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  • at 11:12 am
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    Your videos are my cosy place and really inspiring
    I've been following you for more than 2 years. Why do you like to use oil in your recipies, generally?

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  • at 7:09 pm
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    Could you do a vegan holiday recipes video I find the hardest time is around Christmas because I can eat the rest of the food just not the meat and it’s so hard to plan around that

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  • at 7:54 pm
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    Liebe die Lichterkette im Hintergrund 😍 und natürlich deine Videos <3

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  • at 2:46 am
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    Why are you eating off what seems to be a saucer

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  • at 10:40 am
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    BEST vegan food videos on youtube hands down!!!! thank you for all your hard work in every video Mina -we see you!!

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  • at 3:30 pm
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    I love the red flowers, the pickled onions and fairy lights ~ the little pops of color make it feel Christmas-y

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  • at 5:11 pm
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    I'd love to see another testing meals from different countries video. Specifically, "kaassouffle" and "oliebollen" from Holland. Also Yorkshire puddings because my neighbour said she'd go fully vegan if it wasn't for Yorkshire puddings hahaha

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  • at 6:31 pm
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    I made the pumpkin gnocchi recipe (but with butternut squash and ziti noodles) and it was so yummy. I love what adding a scoop of hummus did to make a kind of creamy sauce, def gonna steal that for other recipes!

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  • at 7:00 pm
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    Aaaah I love how you pronounce Lidl, it's so different here in Finland 😀 But Lidl definitely is the most budget friendly grocery store here too.

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  • at 4:04 pm
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    Where do you buy vegan white wine vinegar?

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  • at 9:36 pm
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    Hey Mina, which blender do you use? I am thinking about buying one and Iˋm not sure yet about which size and power and material would be the best…

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  • at 1:24 pm
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    I wish I could try out those amazing recipes but I live in France and everything is sooo expensive here, especially if you're vegan…

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  • at 11:03 am
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    Deine Stimme so asmr 😭❤️

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  • at 5:01 pm
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    I cooked the pumpkin gnocchis today! It was so easy to make and something different from what i usually cook! Sadly i couldn't really taste it…. I lost my ability to taste and smell last week due to a corona infection. But little by little its already coming back and judging by the little that i could taste, it was delicious xD

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  • at 4:22 pm
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    Good recipes but difficult to cook them and the ingredients are not so cheap especially the Asian ones, not my style of food to eat.
    I don't even have a blender or a good pan to cook..

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  • at 3:55 pm
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    Youtube mal woher lidl Aldi rewe und co das Obst und Gemüse her hat, und wieso das Gemüse aus Spanien günstiger ist als regional. Die Arbeiter werden ausgenommen, machne Bauern aus Spanien bekommt pro Kilo zucchini 30 cent? Viele erhängen sich weil sie nicht wissen wie sie überleben sollen … No hate, aber wenn jemand sagt "Lidl ist so günstig" und sich das einfach keiner mehr hinterfragt wieso das so ist? Das es uns so gut geht liegt auf den Schultern anderer… Einfach ein bißchen mehr Bewusstsein schaffen, für alle hier…

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  • at 2:39 am
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    Tried the pumpkin gnocchi – we're veggie not vegan, so added some butter at end, and grated a bit of cheese over top. It was good – and provided the motivation to tackle a pumpkin. It wasn't as bad to peel and cube as I had thought it'd be. Gotta watch the salt as you cook, it's super easy to oversalt when using veggie bouillon, and the sauce condenses as you finish up, making it even saltier.

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  • at 4:00 pm
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    ich fande gut dass du am Ende nochmal alte ähnliche Rezepte erwähnt hast, weil bei der riesigen Auswahl an Rezeptvideos geraten die schnell in Vergessenheit obwohl sie auch mega cool sind, also gerne öfter :))

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  • at 3:55 pm
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    can i make the pumpkin gnocci without hummus? and instead with cream (sahne) or something like that? because i dont have hummus 😅

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