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16 Gifts for the Vegetarian in Your Life

Vegetables Print from 20×200

Q: What did the lettuce say to the celery? A: Are you stalking me?

Okay, okay, all jokes aside, most of us know a vegetarian (or two). But have you ever considered vegetarians as a category for gifts? What kind of gift would you get a vegetarian anyway? You’ve come to the right place, I’m going to show you!

1: Swoop Softbowl from Greener Grass Design, 2: Recycled Chopsticks Basket from Eco-Artware, 3: Perch Basket from Greener Grass Design, 4: Suspended Fruit Basket from Kare Frandsen, 5: Fruit Loop Bowl 6: Yellow Knitted Basket from Velocity, 7: Starburst Bowl, 8: Mango Wood Bowl from Williams Sonoma

Vegetarians, by definition, don’t eat meat. So that means they have lots of veggies on hand. They’ve got to go somewhere, right? From metal to fabric, to ceramic to glass, these pieces will definitely help store them in style!

Plenty, Homegrown, Fast, Fresh and Green

But what good are all those vegetables if you don’t know how to cook them? These books should get them whipping up masterpieces in no time!

Herb Chopper, Veggie Cutting Board from Epicurean

And don’t forget about the necessary tools. Everyone needs an herb chopper and a cutting board. What better gift for a veggie lover than a designer cutting board with a vintage inspired veggie illustration? There won’t be any mistaking what gets prepped here!

Veggie Bags

Reusable Produce Bags from flip and tumble, Baggu Bag

To give your gifts the final prep before giving, simply throw in some reusable produce bags and then wrap everything up inside a Baggu – a reusable bag that’s great for Sunday Farmer’s Markets and is machine washable. Done and done.

And if all else fails, you’ll be sure to win over the veggie hearts with a CSA subscription!

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  1. You know I’ve been using the Flip & Tumble produce bags (and the red shopping bag) since y’all featured their company a couple years ago. I’ve had people ask me where I got them in the grocery checkout lines. Love them! (And they’re easy to clean.) I actually need to buy a second set.