Claire Corlett

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HOW TO BUILD AN EPIC VEGAN PANTRY | My Kitchen Tour & Storage Hacks & Vegan Staples | The Edgy Veg

HOW TO BUILD AN EPIC VEGAN PANTRY | My Kitchen Tour & Storage Hacks & Vegan Staples | The Edgy Veg

100 comments on “HOW TO BUILD AN EPIC VEGAN PANTRY | My Kitchen Tour & Storage Hacks & Vegan Staples | The Edgy Veg

  1. This is such a great look into a complete vegan pantry!
    Ps. Silken tofu is also best in Asian soups like Thai vegetable soup, Korean spicy tofu soup.

  2. Soo…. You like chilli? ๐ŸŒถ๏ธ Very nice video as always. Now excuse me, I need to check that vegan mayo with aquafaba!!! Love from Portugual

  3. Great vid…but I think my back went out a little watching you jump up to close your cabinet door, lol…maybe you can add a pull chain to it…also lower some of your shelves to make more accessible from a step stool…I'm just throwing ideas out there, really like your channel โ˜บ

  4. Ughhhh! I love your pantry. I always see new vegan foods and stock up and then they just sit there as I re-eat the same things. Thank you for the tips! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Definitely want to hear more about the appliances that you think that every vegan would benfit the most from. I'm trying to convince friends and family to go vegan, and showing that it's not an arderous task that can't be done would help a lot.

  6. I love pantry videos but they are also bad for me since they give me ideas of what I want to still add to my ever growing pantry stash. ๐Ÿ™‚ I live in an apartment and always find kitchen storage to be lacking so I've had to get a little creative to store all the pantry items and spices. My spices are organized in slim slid out pantries, one between my refrigerator and counter (useless space no more) and one sits next to a bakers rack. The slide out pantries are on rollers so it's super easy to roll it out and find the needed spice. From the side of the bakers rack is a hanging shoe organizer that has mason jars and small bags of pantry food items (beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, etc). But, now that I've got that all worked out and organized it seems to me that I need to make notes from your video of what I still need to add but I may need another hanging shoe organizer. ๐Ÿ˜€

  7. Oh god the spices thereโ€™s so much itโ€™s beautiful and terrifying at the same time… I want to organize it so bad ๐Ÿ˜ญ

  8. You can buy those white grated shelves at Walmart or Bed Bath and Beyond. You can put it over your plates and have more storage space on top and still pull out your plates easily. That's what I have. You can use them for all of your cabinets for more space. You also can put in those shelves and put your spices in small plastic containers. They will slide in and out easily too. Also at Walmart. I like your boxes idea. Same concept, but too big and cumbersome.

  9. This is cool. A good follow-up might be a standard grocery list and what to make from it if you were starting from zero (either transitioning into being vegan or even just moving to a new place, ect.).

  10. try making your own oat milk! It is so easy and tastes 1000% better than storebought stuff with all the additives in it. Just blend oats with water and vanilla and a little sweetener if you like it that way, and then strain it through a nut milk bag.

  11. Lol that spice collection. I FEEL THAT SO HARD. I had to buy additional shelves for all of my pantry staples and appliances ๐Ÿ˜ฌ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

  12. Gardein used to make these little fake chicken sliders that were so tasty, but they seem to have disappeared. Canada has some weird import laws about things that are classified as "meat substitutes."

  13. Thanks for your awesome kitchen tour! I love peanut butter and Nutella too ๐Ÿ˜› Please do a video on appliances for a vegan kitchen!!

  14. Yep..I switched to oat milk for the last month now….๐Ÿ’๐ŸŒปNext level pantry…๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿงก

  15. My vegan pantry lots of different rices (sushi, basmati, jasmine, black, risotto), 5 types of beans, raw sunflower seeds to use in place of cashews in recipes, nori, lots of different spices for Indian, Mexican, Asian cuisine (its all in the seasoning yโ€™all!), Panko to bread stuff or sprinkle in sushi bowls to give it crunch, nut butters, pasta like ramen, pad Thai noodles, regular gluten laden stuff… my husband says we have so much stuff but nothing to eat!! Gotta cook it, bud.

  16. I have a lot of spices too!!! I think I am a crazy spice lady but I love them all. Love your idea for using amazon boxes. Thanks for the great ideas you are so awesome!!!

  17. Love that this video let me low key creep your kitchen/gorgeous condo ๐Ÿ˜‰ also BETTER THAN BOULLION BEEF BROTH IS AMAZING.

  18. Great video! I think that people sometimes don't realize how many meals you can make with a well stocked pantry. Ultimately it can be a real money saver since the dry items you mentioned can last a lot longer than fresh produce.
    I'll take you up on the baking offer. I'll be over tonight ๐Ÿ˜‚

  19. So glad on a pantry video.
    Have to speak out on this, palm oil is terrible, it is killing wildlife, leaving orphans to starve. I cant see a vegan being ok palm oil and ask you to learn what is happening and inform 303k people.

  20. I am a huge advocate of J. K. Adams 48 jar spice rack. Made in VT! It spins, is labeled, sorry Candice no label maker, and holds a good selection. Despite this I have a box of overflow spices in wax paper bags from my neighborhood herb store.

  21. Staples are a must. Then you get carried away. Yep. That's me. But I do use it all. I figure if I get enough of a staple pantry built I don't have to shop for anything except maybe fresh produce. LOL Oh, and my spice/seasoning/herb selection rivals yours easily. LOL Master Herbalist here so I add all sorts of herbs to my cooking. ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. Love your videos and humor. You are a joy to watch! My Christmas present to myself was your cookbook. Yay!! I am thinking of borrowing my family's fryer and was curious what oil you choose for that style of cooking. Thanks again for all you do!

  23. Instant pot video please!!! And yes thanks for the tips especially for dried beans! I'm going to look into stores where I can buy beans in bulk! I have a ton of mason jars…
    In my cupboards I have some lazy susans so I pack those shelves like there's no tomorrow #ijs

  24. Great video ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks, Candace!
    My Grandmother, used to always put a potato in her cooking beans if she hadn't had a chance to soak them, and then would toss out the potato. The theory, is that the potato would absorb the "gassy" compounds of the beans. Have you heard of this, or tried this?

  25. I'm sure I'm not the first one to point this out but you remind me so much of Alexis Rose from Schitts Creek ๐Ÿ˜Š
    also love your pantry staples!

  26. This video came out at the perfect time! Iโ€™m a very new vegan and currently planning my next trip to the grocery store to restock my now animal free pantry ๐Ÿ˜Š thanks Candice cant wait to try your suggestions out!

    P.s. Iโ€™d love to see a video on essential appliances!

  27. I think it's also important to mention that you don't necessarily need a bunch of oils to have an epic vegan kitchen. You can use broths, vinegars, alcohol, and what you didn't mention in your pantry, I think, was soy sauce or tamari.

  28. Iโ€™m trying to stay away from soy because I think it aggravates my rosacea but eves vegan bologna & gardein chicken tenders in my air fryer are so good…that better than bullion is awesome also!!! Iโ€™m going to start making seitan for different โ€œmeatsโ€ ๐Ÿ˜

  29. Wow we have very similar pantries. I've been making my own soy milk and oat milk and it's so much better than store bought and cuts down on carton waste. I would love to see your appliance collection!

  30. Sorry dont want to rain on anyone's parade but
    No one should be "okay with PALM OIL"
    Wikipedia: "Palm oil cultivation has been criticized for impacts on the natural environment,[74][75] including deforestation, loss of natural habitats,[76] which has threatened critically endangered species such as the orangutan[77][78] and Sumatran tiger,[79] as well as increased greenhouse gas emissions.[75][80] Many palm oil plantations are built on top of existing peat bogs, and clearing the land for palm oil cultivation contributes to rising greenhouse-gas emissions."
    PLEASE TRY to reduce consumption of it

  31. You're already doing this I can see with the pasta sauce jars but reusing jars to put your pantry items into. To get the labels off, usually you can soak them in water for like an hour and they rub off easily.

  32. I just got an instapot from my sister for Christmas. Learning how to use it, and just made white chili with jackfruit. Yummy!

  33. What is the name/brand of the TVP slices in the jar that kind of look like dog treats? lol I'd like to get some, because Soy Curls always arrive to me broken into small pieces. The ones you have in that jar look much more durable.

  34. I'm using my Better Than Boullion jars for sprouting seeds. I put about a tablespoon of mixed seeds in a clean jar and add water. Change the water daily until they start to sprout, then just rinse them daily as they grow. I store them in the fridge for a couple of days and add them to salads, bean dishes, wraps, etc.

  35. Gurlllll… you are bomb! Loved this little quirky, informative video, great for newbies too ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‘Œ great stuff!!

  36. I feel like Toronto is like the ideal place in Canada to be vegan unfortunately for non-Torontonians. The grocery stores are so variably stocked compared to other places… We don't have nearly as much variety where I live ๐Ÿ™

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