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    28 Gifts For Vegan, Vegetarians, Or People Who Just Love Veggies

    I like big beets and I cannot lie...

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    1. A set of reusable bags that'll keep your fruits and veggies fresh longer, because tossing uneaten produce makes us all sad. These green bags remove the gas that speeds up the ripening process and work whether you leave your food in the fridge or on your counters.

    Promising review: "Love these! My mother-in-law gave these to me a few years back. This is my second set. I preserve a lot of produce from my organic garden and these are great for keeping things fresh until I can freeze or can them. Veggies stay fresh for weeks instead of just days. Worth every penny. No more wasting food!" —Rebecca

    Get a pack of eight medium, eight large, and four extra large bags (20 total) from Amazon for $9.88 (available in packs of 20 and 40).

    2. A corn peeler so you don't have to run to the bathroom immediately after eating corn on the cob to floss your teeth. People with braces, rejoice!


    Promising review: "Of all of our Prime Day purchases, what is my favorite you ask? This mf'ing corn cobber. It makes a mockery of a corn cob in a blink of an eye! Who wants corn juice and butter all over their face?! With this little bad boy, you can eat corn in peace knowing that it won't get stuck in your teeth, it won't destroy your face with a butter bath and it's so fun to use you may punch your grandma at the next crab feast." —Jared

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    3. A broccoli patch for anyone who loves Seinfeld and most veggies but just can't enjoy a plate of steamed broccoli.


    Get it from TheSpaceBureau on Etsy for $7.50+ (available in two styles).

    4. A vegetable garden starter kit with 10 different kinds of seeds so you can flex your green thumb at home.

    This veggie starter kit comes with arugula, beets, bell pepper, broccoli, Buttercrunch lettuce, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, eggplant, kale, and tomato.

    Promising review: "I was looking for just a little something to start germinating a few vegetables. This kit comes with all you need, plus a nice assortment of seeds. It is a good value for the price!" —Ami

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    5. A set of produce storage containers you'll love ~berry~ much because they'll save you money by extending the shelf life of your fruits and veg.

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    Promising review: "As a single person who forgets I bought spinach A LOT, these are a miracle. I can keep all kinds of produce for weeks — my fave is to chop up a head of cabbage and store in the large one. Keeps for weeks and ready for slaw, salad, and more. I’ve also stored mushrooms, berries, and other veggies. No more worries about wasting food if I need to buy more than I need today!" —Candace Burton

    Get a three-piece set from Amazon for $26.99.

    Read our in-depth review of the Rubbermaid FreshWorks storage containers to see why she loves them.

    6. A spice set containing five mouthwatering mixes to sprinkle over veggies so every meal includes a visit to Flavortown.


    Promising review: "WE LOVE THESE! These smell so good. I'm a vegetarian and was thrilled that these worked so well on veggies. My meat-eating boyfriend also loved them." —Rebecca Mix

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99 (available in six flavor sets).

    7. A veggie dicer and spiralizer that'll make quick work of the pile of veggies in your fridge that need to be prepped for dinner. No more tears because the recipe calls for diced onions!

    Promising review: "Omg omg omg. This thing is amazing. I hate chopping veggies. Hate. Hate. Hate. Saw this on a lightning deal so figured what the hey, I'll get it. People, people.... I just filled up 4 plates (10 in Dixie plates, to be exact) with veggies in less than 10 minutes. Seriously. I chopped an onion earlier to sauté in 15 seconds. Yes, really. If chopping veggies keeps you buying the same frozen ones over and over like me, this is for you. It's a kitchen miracle. You can chop onions, potatoes (not sweet potatoes, though, that's in the instructions), peppers, mushrooms, zucchini, cucumber, etc. Probably a whole lot more, too. Apparently tomatoes don't do well according to the instructions (too soft, maybe?). You can also do eggs. Best. Invention. Ever. I've used a lot of kitchen gadgets. My kitchen could be a commercial for Pampered Chef. But I don't think even PC could top this thing. Seriously, get this. Definitely worth the money." —Angela W.

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in three colors).

    8. A set of 10 kebob skewers so you can grill up a plate of warm, crispy, charred veggies (umm yummmm!) and share with us! These metal skewers are flat so they won't roll away or give you splinters.

    Promising review: "Love these skewers. They are long and sturdy, have long handles that are easy to grab with hot mitts or tongs, and hold up well on the grill. They also have a nice carrying case which keeps you from losing them in the drawer." —J Baumgartner

    Get a set of 10 from Amazon for $18.99.

    9. A cute lil' coffee mug decorated with root vegetables that'll quickly become your go-to coffee cup. ~Beets~ me as to why anyone wouldn't love this!


    Get it from JessieAmo on Society6 for $12.74.

    10. A microwave veggie steamer for the lazy eater who can't be bothered to boil a pot of water. This steamer has a two-cup capacity, so it's best for single servings.


    Promising review: "This is a perfect little microwave steamer... I bought it to steam veggies for my toddler and it is great. It does a great job but is small enough that it’s not a pain to pull out and use and then clean just for one person." —SHOPPER123

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99 (available in three styles).

    11. A potato ricer that'll seriously make eating spuds better, because yes, that is possible. Ricers help you strike a balance between creamy and fluffy, plus you can use them to rice cauliflower and yams, and even make baby food.


    Promising review: "This is a handy tool to have! I love it and can't believe I didn't grab one of these sooner! I rice potatoes, cauliflower, and other hard veggies and it works great! It's not hard on your hands either, which is a huge plus and because it isn't bulky, storing it is great!" —Teal&xoxo

    Get it from Amazon for $21.24.

    12. A one ~carrot~ initial charm necklace for anyone who deserves a little bling.


    Get it from LeBuaJewelrytoo on Etsy for $13.60+ (originally $16+, available in nine styles and 28 initials).

    13. A veggie subscription box that'll help you convince any picky eaters that vegetables are actually the best part of any meal. Each month you'll get an e-book via email as well as a package containing crafts, games, and recipes for that month's featured veggie.


    Get it from Cratejoy for $8.99+ per month.

    14. A fermentation kit so you can make deliciously stinky foods, like sauerkraut, kimchi, and pickles. Each kit comes with a vacuum pump to ensure your food won't mold as it ferments, as well as special lids so you won't have to burp your jars.

    Glass jars are *not* included in this kit, so we recommend you pick up a pack on Amazon, like this four-pack for $13.99.

    Promising review: "I love these lids! Since I got them, I haven’t had any of my ferments go bad. I have successfully made sauerkraut, dilly beans, beet kvass, fizzy cherry tomato bombs, and dill pickles. I just put on new batches of green beans and purple onions, and bought more lids and weights. The lids come with a recipe booklet and instruction manual, and access to a Facebook group to share ideas and troubleshoot if needed. I’m very happy with the product and company. I’m now planning to start giving my finished batches for Christmas and housewarming gifts :)" —Mel

    Get it from Amazon for $26.98+ (available in two styles).

    15. A T-shirt any fan of The Office and vegetables will love. "Beets, bears, Battlestar Galactica."


    Get it from Emtizee on Etsy for $9.99+ (available in sizes S–XXXL and 10 colors).

    16. A punny apron for the level-headed chef who never gets flustered in the kitchen — aka *not* me as soon as I have to do something harder than boiling water.


    Promising review: "Great product and a great price. What can I say? I have a hard time resisting a good pun! The apron fits great on myself and my husband (we don't both wear it at the same time, that would make cooking awkward). There is a lot of room and it is comfortable. It is lightweight, making it comfortable to wear in the hot kitchen and it does not pull on your neck. The color is nice and vibrant and the printing looks great. I have not washed it yet to see how it holds up, but I will post back if there are any issues. So far I love it!" —TerriT

    Get it from Amazon for $18.95 (available in three colors).

    17. The Vegetable Butcher, a book that'll teach you how to choose the best veggies (no more picking up produce and saying, "Well, I guess this one looks OK") and prepare them like a pro.


    Promising review: "My main reason for buying this book was to educate myself on how to properly prep and cook vegetables and learn about other vegetables I've never used before. I love the layout of the book, the recipes provided, and alternative ingredient options within the recipes. The pairing suggestions are very helpful, as well as storing, and what to look for when buying. A ton of useful information for me...glad I purchased this book." —Thomas V

    Get it from Amazon for $28.36.

    18. A sprouting jar kit so you'll always have sprouts on hand to add a nutritious crunch to salads and sandwiches. You'll get three lids of varying sizes so you can grow small, medium, and large sprouts.

    Promising review: "Love this jar!! I've just started sprouting seeds and this jar works terrific! I'm really enjoying it. I use them on sandwiches, eat them plain, use the barely sprouted seeds (with hulls) on salads as crunchy little faux croutons, and put them in smoothies. You soak the seeds for eight hours, then rinse every morning and night, and you pretty much have idiot-proof, rocking fresh sprouts ALL the time!!!" —GeekFreak

    Get it from Amazon for $10.43 (available in a two-pack).

    19. A jalapeño grill rack can fit most grill models, plus a corer so you can enjoy bacon-wrapped cream cheese-stuffed peppers whenever you want. No more coring jalapeños and then touching your nose and eyes and then crying for the next half hour because everything. is. on. fire (bc this has most definitely happened to me)!!!

    Promising review: "Even if you're not a self-proclaimed grill master but love some good jalapeño poppers every now and then, this is an essential gadget to have. The rack fits 24 full-size jalapeño peppers. Smaller peppers will fall through the hole unless you wrap them in bacon or assist with toothpicks. The corer tool that is included works like a charm out of the box. Overall, it's a great gadget to have. It folds up and stores away nicely and it is also dishwasher safe!" —justChill

    Get it from Amazon for $17.99 (available in six styles).

    20. A tote bag for holding all your veggies after a trip to the farmer's market. No need to bring a shopping list — it's all on your bag!


    Get it from PCBHome on Etsy for $12 (available in 12 colors).

    21. A pack of temporary tattoos that'll have you saying, "I want to wear these from my head ~tomatoes~." Tater Tats donates 10% of all sales to fund sustainable farms, so you can feel good about this impulse buy.


    Promising review: "These are the best. And I would argue that they are just as much a delight for adults as they are for young folks. And, by purchasing, you are contributing to wonderful people doing wonderful food work in the community!" —Veggie Lover

    Get them from Amazon for $20.

    22. A cute pencil case for anyone who ~carrot~ wait until back-to-school season.

    Promising review: "My mom got me this carrot pouch AND I LOVE IT!!!! I thought, originally, that the items that come with the pencil case were going to be bad quality. I WAS WRONG!! They're AMAZING!! The pouch comes with a generous amount of lead for the mechanical pencil. The mechanical pencil is like a normal one, very well made and very cute. The pen is very good too, works just like a fine Micron pen!!!! The erasers are soooo CUTE!!! This pouch is Extremely well made I love it and will use it everyday!!" —Amelia’s Mommy

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99.

    23. A produce saver that'll protect soft veggies from getting smushed in the fridge. They also help keep your veggies crisp and crunchy for longer. And!! How cute are they?!

    Promising review: "My vegetable drawer can become a bit disorganized and already cut up veggies get lost amongst the other veggies and hard to find. You end up using a fresh bell pepper forgetting you already had one half used. That is no longer a problem with this. The already partially used red bell pepper is easy to find in this. Plus it looks nice on fridge shelf (not lost in drawer) adding color to your fridge while protecting the cut up bell pepper inside, extending its shelf life. It is better than using any other food storage container because with this, as with all the veggie savers, I don't have to wonder what is inside each container as it is the exact color and shape of the veggie it is meant to store. This makes it so easy to find the veggie you need quickly and get cooking!" —Mariposa

    Get it from Amazon for $4.99 (available in 13 styles).

    24. A potato scrubber so you can clean and prep your tubers for whatever ~spud-tacular~ dishes you're about to whip up.

    Get it from Amazon for $2.99 (originally $6.99).

    25. A vintage-inspired print for anyone who thinks veggies are as beautiful as they are tasty.


    Promising review: "First of all, the box and protective cardboard envelope that the print came in was sealed and so the print was in pristine condition. Secondly, I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the paper that the print is on. It is exactly what I wanted. I ordered another one but with the Heirloom Fruit and it too was very nice. I think the for the price of each one, they are both excellent deals. I have also ordered the Heirloom Mushroom print as well. These will go very well in my kitchen!" —KC Trama

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99.

    26. An ~egg-celent~ set of mismatched earrings for anyone who's feeling especially bold.


    Get them from ClayandClasp on Etsy for $29.51.

    27. A funny kitchen towel that'll make you laugh even when you're cleaning up messes. It also makes a great housewarming gift!

    Promising review: "This tea towel is absolutely adorable! It's large, the linen is a beautiful, crisp white, and the saying is screen-printed perfectly straight and centered. The fabric does tend towards wrinkles so be aware that some ironing might be necessary. Mine has already gone through a light wash and dry cycle with no negative effects whatsoever. Also held up to ironing perfectly well." —Hailee Ammons

    Get it from Amazon for $12.

    Veggie lovers knowing they're going to outlive us all:


    The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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