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13 Best Vegetarian Meal Kit Subscriptions in 2021

Erin Pullmann
ByErin PullmannNov 1, 2021 | 17 comments

Thanks to vegetarian meal kit subscriptions, it’s easier than ever to indulge in a plant-based diet — and find options that won’t get boring. Whether you’re committed to a plant-based diet or you’re cutting your meat consumption, vegetarian meal kits offer quite a few advantages:

  • A Healthier Lifestyle - Research indicates that vegetarian diets — when nutritionally balanced — result in lower intakes of cholesterol and saturated fat. Benefits of plant-based diets include lower chances of renal disease, hypertension, diabetes, and cancer.
  • A More Sustainable Diet - According to researchers at the University of Oxford, going vegan can reduce your carbon footprint from food by up to 73 percent. Meal delivery kits offer an eco-friendly way to get started — meal subscriptions have a lower carbon footprint than a trip to the grocery store, and they help to eliminate food waste.
  • Convenience - Meal kits save you time both with delivery and with easy meal prep. For one, you’re cutting out trips to the grocery store. Second, many kits can be prepared in 30 minutes or less, and you’ll avoid the temptation to order takeout.

With that said, there’s an overwhelming number of vegetarian and vegan meal kit subscriptions on the market. Here’s the good news: Our editors have carefully researched the most popular kits, and if you’re ready to expand your diet, we’ve got suggestions to help you get started.

At the end of this article, we’ve provided a list of the factors we considered when ranking our choices. Our goal is to give trustworthy recommendations with detailed information about the advantages and disadvantages of each service; we also prioritized variety (hey, nobody wants to eat salad for three meals a day, right?).

Popular Vegetarian Meal Delivery Services

If you’re ready to eat better, we’re ready to help. Here’s our list of the best vegetarian meal kits currently available. If we missed one of your favorites, let us know in the comments. We also encourage readers to leave reviews for individual subscriptions — your feedback helps us make the best possible recommendations.

Oh, and if you’re an omnivore, you can also check out our list of the 20 Best Meal Subscription Boxes in 2021.

1. Home Chef - Best Vegetarian Meal Kit Overall

Tacos and a hearty pasta salad are on the menu in this Home Chef Vegetarian subscription box review!

Image of Crispy Mozzarella Fritters from our review!

Cost: Meals start at $6.99 per serving depending on the current menu options and your meal plan. Sign up here!

Ships to: 90% of the U.S. (You can check to see if Home Chef delivers to your zip code here.) Shipping is $7.99 for most orders. If you order their smallest package (two meals for two people), shipping is $13.99.

About the Vegetarian Meal Kit: Home Chef isn’t an exclusively vegetarian meal delivery service, but their veggie options are delicious — with a bit of subscription management, you can order exclusively plant-based meals (they introduce at least 3 veggie options per week). That’s also helpful for omnivores who aren’t sure whether they can commit to a 100% vegetarian diet.

Home Chef allows users to mix-and-match recipes, exclude “problem” ingredients (like nuts or shellfish), and customize each plate by swapping items or doubling proteins. Once you’ve picked your meals, choose your serving size and delivery schedule. Recipes arrive pre-portioned and with easy-to-follow instructions, and most meals can be made in 30 minutes. If you’re short on time, try their Fresh & Easy no-prep meals, which can be made in only 15 minutes. 

We love that Home Chef also offers options based on cooking methods. Their oven- and grill-ready recipes arrive prepped in ready-to-cook pans, so they’re a perfect no-mess option.

Best Vegetarian Meal Kit For: Anyone who’s on the fence about a completely vegetarian diet. If you’re already committed to a meat-free diet, Home Chef’s affordable pricing makes it a great option for expanding your cooking skills with interesting new recipes.

Read our Home Chef reviews to learn more.


2. Green Chef - A Vegetarian Meal Kit with Easy Instructions

Image of Creamy Corn & Potato Chowder via Green Chef.

Cost: The Plant-Powered plan starts at $9.99/meal. Sign up here!

Ships to: All of the continental U.S. except parts of L.A. for $9.99.

About the Vegetarian Meal Kit: Green Chef offers plant-based meal kits that don’t fall short on taste or originality. Choose from a weekly menu, which includes colorful meal options like Southwest Zucchini Fritters, Creamy Pesto Linguine, and Catalan Chickpeas. Deliveries arrive on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis.  

Green Chef only uses packaging that is recyclable, reusable, or compostable — a nice plus if you’re eating vegetarian to reduce your footprint. However, the service’s high-quality ingredients and inventive recipes won over our reviewer. These vegetarian meal kits are seriously satisfying, and the clear instructions make meal prep much easier.

Best Vegetarian Meal Kit For: This flexible brand is perfect for healthy eaters looking to save time. It’s fairly priced, and the restaurant-quality meals should help you build your cooking skills.

See why this is Marne’s favorite meal-kit of all time in our latest Green Chef review and check all of our Green Chef reviews for more information on subscribing.



3. Purple Carrot - Best Full Vegan Meal Subscription Overall

Purple Carrot

Image from our review!

Cost: As low as $9.99/meal. Sign up here.

Ships to: The U.S.

About the Vegan Meal Kit: Purple Carrot is an entirely vegan meal subscription service, so you’ll never have to worry about checking ingredients. These irresistible plant-based recipes are fun, fresh, and easy to make.

When you’re committed to the vegan lifestyle, finding healthy meals can be difficult (and finding healthy meals that taste great is — well, hey, that’s why we’re writing this list). Purple Carrot simplifies your search by delivering ready-to-prepare vegan meal kits with easy-to-follow instructions.

If you’ve ever shopped for a meal kit service, you know the drill: Subscribers choose from a variety of hand-crafted Purple Carrot recipes, then receive a box with everything they need to get cooking. Meals are divided into categories (quick & easy, high-protein, gluten-free, or chef’s choice), so you can build a custom delivery for your exact dietary needs. Each kit arrives with the exact amount of 100% plant-based ingredients on a schedule you set, which helps to minimize food waste from your kitchen.

Featured recipes range from hearty mushroom cheddar blackbean burgers to mango poke bowls. You can also add tasty vegan snacks to your order, and you can easily manage your subscription online; if you need to skip a week, you can do so without penalty.

Overall, Purple Carrot delivers fantastic vegan meals at a fair price — this service is a fairly straightforward meal delivery subscription, but their focus on interesting, easy-to-prepare vegan recipes sets them apart.


Read our latest Purple Carrot reviews and info to learn more.


4. Mosaic Foods - Chef-Prepared Vegan Meals at a Fair Price

Mosaic frozen plant-based meals.

Image from our review.

Cost: Starting at $79.92/delivery. Sign up here.

Ships to: Parts of the US. Enter your zip code here to check if they serve your area.

About the Vegan Meal Kit: Mosaic offers both vegan and vegetarian recipes, so you’ll need to spend a bit more time curating your order; if that’s a deal breaker, this probably isn’t the service for you. With that said, their vegan dishes are some of the most delicious ready-to-eat meals we’ve tried. 

The meals feature fresh produce and hearty grains. They’re flash-frozen, so you’ll still taste the freshness after you pop the dish into the microwave (with pretty much all of the frozen meals on this list, we’ll note that reheating in a conventional oven will give you the best possible flavors).  

Mosaic meals can be stored in the freezer for 3+ months. They take about 5 minutes to prep in the microwave, so this is an excellent option for office workers and anyone else who needs a convenient prep-free option.

All of Mosaic’s meals are free from artificial ingredients and chemical preservatives. With dishes like golden milk and blackberry oats, peanut tofu bowls, and tangy Thai stir fry, Mosaic has plenty of variety. It’s also ideal for weight management: Each box contains 8 delicious meals ranging between 400-600 calories, so while they’re filling, they deliver balanced nutrition.

The downside — which we mentioned briefly above — is that Mosaic isn’t purely vegan. You’ll find a bunch of vegetarian options on their menu, and if you let Mosaic pick your orders, you might receive meals with animal products. To avoid that, you’ll need to check your order prior to every shipment, but the company’s online menu clearly indicates which meals are vegan.


Read our latest Mosaic reviews and info to learn more.


5. Daily Harvest - The Most Convenient Option for Vegan or Vegetarian Meal Deliveries

Daily Harvest

Image from our review.

What You Pay: Starts at $7.75/cup. Sign up here.

ACTIVE DEAL: Use code ADDICTION40 for up to $40 off your first box

Ships to: The US.

About the Vegetarian Meal Subscription: If you’re a fan of smoothies, soups, and power bowls, be sure to check out the Daily Harvest meal subscription kit. This 100% vegan meal delivery service curates nutritious, plant-based meals packaged in convenient cups. 

Like Mosaic, this is a vegan meal subscription service for people who are too busy to cook, and you’ll get balanced nutrition whenever (and wherever) you need it. Almost all Daily Harvest ingredients are 100% organic, and all meals are free from refined sugars, gum, fillers, or artificial ingredients. 

We love how Daily Harvest works closely with organic farmers, and like many of the services we’re covering, they use sustainable packaging for shipments. The real draw here is the convenience: The cups stack and store easily, and they’re ready to eat in minutes. You can throw them in your purse, backpack, or slip them into your car cup holder for easy snacking.

Daily Harvest focuses on soups and smoothies, but they’ve expanded their menu to feature harvest bowls, flatbreads, chia bowls, oat bowls, lattes, ice cream and energy balls. Recent nutrient-rich options from Daily Harvest include organic spinach and shiitake mushroom grits harvest bowls, black sesame and organic banana smoothies, mulberry and dragonfruit oat bowls, and sweet potato and wild rice hash.


Read our Daily Harvest reviews and info to learn more.


6. Hungryroot - A Vegetarian Grocery Store (With Recipes)

My Hungryroot Review

Image from our review.

Cost: Plans start at $59 per delivery. Sign up here!

Ships to: The contiguous U.S. for free.

About the Vegetarian Meal Kit:

Hungryroot is not a typical meal delivery kit. It’s a hybrid of an online grocery store and a standard meal delivery service; you’ll select your dietary restrictions, then receive recipe suggestions. After you place your order, you’ll get the ingredients in grocery-style packages.

Most recipes can be prepared in 15 minutes, and if you’d like to get creative with your culinary masterpieces, you’ll have plenty of ways to do that. Not feeling kale? Add some chard instead. Hate tofu? Grab some zucchini as a replacement. 

One quick note: At one point, Hungryroot was 100% vegan, but the brand has introduced animal products to their lineup. They offer some recipes with meat, so be sure to look for the vegan or vegetarian meal kit options.

Best Vegetarian Meal Kit For: Home cooks looking for some flexibility. Hungryroot gives you complete freedom to refine each recipe, and if you feel restricted by other meal kits, this is an excellent alternative. It’s also a great option if you’re looking for extras — you’ll be able to add on snacks, sweets, and much more.

Check out our latest Hungryroot reviews to learn more!


7. Sakara Life - Prepared Plant-Based Meals as a Lifestyle

Image of Black Garlic Burger with Smoky BBQ Drizzle from our review!

Cost: Starting at $239/week for the 3-Day Signature Program. Sign up here!

Ships to: The continental U.S.

About the Vegetarian Meal Kit: Sakara Life is a pre-prepared vegetarian meal delivery subscription, so this is another great option if you’d rather not cook. Some meals require a few minutes of heating, but many are ready to be enjoyed right out of the fridge. With organic, nutrient rich ingredients, the flavors are incredible — and since the gluten-free, dairy-free products are created in collaboration with chefs and nutritionists, they’re healthy and delicious.

In addition to vegetarian meal kits, Sakara Life sends snacks, supplements, and information on organic nutrition and mindful living. That makes it an excellent choice for new vegetarians looking for guidance (and experienced vegetarians looking to stay inspired).

Best Vegetarian Meal Kit For: People looking for a pre-prepared meal kit that fully embraces plant-based dieting as a lifestyle.

Read our Sakara Life reviews to learn more about subscribing.


8. Sun Basket - A Vegetarian Meal Kit with Options for Special Diets

Image of Tofu Mole Poblano Tacos via Sun Basket.

Cost: $11.99 per meal = $71.94/week for 2 people, or $143.88 for 4 people, plus a $6.99 delivery fee. Sign up here!

ACTIVE DEAL: Get $90 off and 4 free gifts on first-time order of $65 or more. No coupon needed - just use this link.

Ships to: Most zip codes in the U.S., excluding AK, HI, MT, and parts of ND and NM, for $6.99.

COUPON: Get $35 off plus free shipping! No coupon needed - just use this link.

About the Vegetarian Meal Kit: Sunbasket regularly makes our best-of lists, and there’s plenty to love here. You’ll get high quality, non-GMO, organic ingredients for make-yourself meals, and the service has plenty of options for special dietary considerations.

Choose from 9 options to start building your Sunbasket delivery: Gluten-Free, Paleo, Lean & Clean, Vegetarian, Mediterranean, Vegan, Pescatarian, Diabetes-Friendly, and Quick & Easy. Obviously, vegetarians will want to go with the vegetarian or vegan plans; if you have allergies or dietary restrictions, you’ll need to watch the menu carefully (so, for instance, if you’re eating gluten free, you’ll have to manage your subscription accordingly).

Sunbasket’s recipes are delicious and inventive, and you’ll find plenty of interesting ingredients that aren’t readily available at your local grocery store. The price is a bit higher than other cook-it-yourself vegetarian meal kits, but given that you’re getting organic ingredients, it’s well worth the price.

Best Vegetarian Meal Kit For: People looking for a gourmet prep-at-home meal kit with organic ingredients.

Read our Sun Basket reviews here! We haven’t specifically reviewed vegetarian meals, but the reviews may give you a sense of if this subscription model is right for you.

9. Splendid Spoon - Ready-to-Eat Vegetarian Smoothies and Soups

all items in the splendid spoon february 2018 order

Image from our review.

Cost: Plans start at $65.00. Save with longer subscriptions. Sign up here!

Ships to: The U.S.

About the Vegetarian Meal Kit: Splendid Spoon is a vegetarian meal delivery service specializing in nutrient-rich smoothies and soups. They’ve also recently introduced noodle bowls featuring flavors such as Creamy Butternut Squash and Kale Pesto. All of their dishes are plant-based, vegan, gluten-free, and made with non-GMO ingredients. Better yet, their products are made to be enjoyed cold — even the soups — so there’s no cooking required.

We also love the price. At around $9 per meal (depending on the plan), Splendid Spoon is friendly on your budget. Pair it with one of the more traditional vegetarian meal subscriptions on this list, and you’ll be able to build a reasonable meal plan without overspending.

Best Vegetarian Meal Kit For: It’s excellent for office workers and anyone else who needs quick access to delicious, nutritious meals for breakfast and lunch, with some flexibility for dinner options.

Check out our Splendid Spoon reviews page to learn more about subscribing.


10. Blue Apron - A Meal Kit for New Vegetarians

Image of Spicy Sweet & Sour Tofu from our review!

Cost: Plans start at $9.99/meal. Save more with additional weekly meals. Sign up here!

Ships to: The U.S.

About the Vegetarian Meal Kit: Blue Apron is a subscription meal delivery service that typically offers 3-4 vegetarian options each week. Every week, they send seasonal recipes created by their culinary team with all of the pre-measured quality ingredients you need to make them at home. The company is dedicated to delivering farm-fresh produce (and if you end up signing up for omnivorous meals, know they use hormone-free meat and sustainable seafood). 

If you’ve looked into online vegetarian meal kits, you’ve heard about Blue Apron, and there’s a reason for that: Their recipes are outstanding, and they pioneered many of the features of the modern meal delivery service. You’ll need to manage your subscription to keep it vegetarian, but with low pricing and high-quality ingredients, Blue Apron is still one of the best prep-at-home kits available.

Best Vegetarian Meal Kit For: People who are new to eating vegetarian and people who eat plant-based meals occasionally. 

Read our Blue Apron reviews for more info on subscribing!

11. Martha & Marley Spoon 

Image of Veggie Bolognese Alla Norma with Eggplant & Pappardelle via Martha & Marley Spoon.

Cost: Meal plans start at $29.99 (two meals for two people) and go up to $142.35 for (six meals for four people). Sign up here!

ACTIVE DEAL: $100 Off For Your First 4 Boxes (40/20/20/20). No coupon needed - just use this link.

Ships to: Most of the contiguous U.S. for $8.99. Check here to see if they deliver to your area!

About the Vegetarian Meal Kit: Martha & Marley Spoon is a meal kit that offers fresh, seasonal vegetarian recipes from Martha Stewart. All ingredients are pre-portioned, so there’s no food waste, and the recipes are all distilled down into six steps. They’re meant for “easy weeknight cooking,” so if you’re looking for low-stress recipes, you’ll find them.

The company offers 22 recipes every week including vegetarian and vegan options. As with services like Blue Apron, you’ll need to manage your subscription to make sure you’re getting plant-based recipes.

Best Vegetarian Meal Kit For: People who want to cook at home and learn new techniques — but without spending a tremendous amount of time on every meal.

Learn more on our Martha and Marley Spoon reviews page.


12. HelloFresh - A Vegetarian Meal Kit with Easy-to-Recreate Meals

Image of Cheese Tortelloni in Mushroom Sauce via HelloFresh.

Cost: Starting at $47.96/week. Sign up here!

Ships to: The continental U.S. for $7.99.

About the Vegetarian Meal Kit: HelloFresh offers quality pre-portioned ingredients and easy-to-follow recipes that you can choose week by week. Their plans include Veggie, Meat & Veggie, Low-Calorie, and Family-Friendly, and their menu rotates weekly

Our readers love HelloFresh, and we’re inclined to agree. The quality of their ingredients is consistently outstanding, but if you want to explore vegetarian meals that you can actually cook again without the meal kit, Hello Fresh has a lot to love.

Best Vegetarian Meal Kit For: People looking to add new recipes to their cookbooks. Compared with other meal delivery services, Hello Fresh recipes are no-nonsense fare — you can easily recreate any of these meals with a trip to the grocer. 

Read our HelloFresh reviews for more information on subscribing!


13. Trifecta - Ready-to-Eat Vegetarian Meals with Full Diet Planning

Image of Shitake Mushroom Wild Rice via Trifecta.

Cost: Starting at $90.93/week. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The U.S. for free.

About the Vegetarian Meal Kit: Trifecta provides pre-made vegetarian meal kits using all organic ingredients. All meals are gluten-free and never frozen — they arrive vacuum sealed and last for 10 days in the fridge. Choose from 1-4 meals per day (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a third entree) for 5-7 days per week. You can also indicate that you’d like your meals to exclude certain ingredients.

The food is delicious, and while the price is high, Trifecta is worth the money if you want an all-in-one vegetarian meal kit delivery service to optimize your diet.

Best Vegetarian Meal Kit For: Trifecta is a great subscription for people following special diets — on top of vegetarian meal plans, they also offer paleo, keto, vegan, clean, and classic options.

Learn more about subscribing on our Trifecta reviews page.

Vegetarian Produce & Recipe Kits

We love meal kit services, but we also understand that the model doesn’t work for everyone. If you’d prefer to plan your own recipes — or if you simply want to supplement a meal kit with additional veggies and snacks — these services offer affordable access to high-quality plant-based foods.

Budget Friendly Groceries for Vegetarian Cooking: Misfits Market

vegetables from Misfit Markets

Image from our review!

Cost: Mischief Box: $22 per box, Madness Box: $35 per box. Choose to receive deliveries weekly or every other week. Shipping costs vary by zip code. Sign up here!

Ships to: Parts of the U.S. If they aren’t currently delivering to your zip code, you can join their waitlist to be alerted when they arrive in your area.

About This Vegetarian Subscription: Misfits Market is a weekly subscription box that delivers organic produce directly to you for up to 40% less than grocery store prices. They cut down on food waste (and save you money) by sourcing fresh fruits and vegetables that farms and stores can’t sell due to minor quirks. That usually means cosmetic blemishes, lumps, abnormal sizes, or irregular quantities. While the food might look slightly unusual, it’s all high-quality stuff, and you’ll fight food waste with every box ordered.

The Mischief Box is their recommended starter box, and it contains 10-13 pounds of mixed fruits and vegetables to serve up to 2 people for a week. The Madness Box contains 18-22 pounds of mixed fruits and veggies for up to 5 people for a week and is best suited for larger households.

Read our Misfits Market review.


Affordable Weekly Produce and Groceries: Imperfect Foods

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Image via Imperfect Foods

Cost: $43-$70 weekly depending on your subscription level and customizations. Sign up here!

Ships to: Parts of the U.S. Check here to see if they’re available in your zip code.

About This Vegetarian Subscription: Imperfect Foods delivers low-cost, healthy produce and other groceries to your door every week. Similarly to Misfits Market, some items may look a little different, but the minor imperfections are part of the fun!

Take a short survey when you sign up to let them know your dietary preferences and how many people you’re cooking for. Each week, they’ll select items for you; you’ll pick what you want to keep, remove anything you don’t want, and add additional items.the fres

In addition to produce, Imperfect Foods carries a wide variety of overstocked items, so you’ll find snacks, eggs, canned foods, cheese, and just about anything else you’d use on a regular basis. The only downside: This vegetarian-friendly subscription service isn’t available everywhere, and the product selection ranges by area.


Vegetarian Recipes and Meal Guidance: The Fresh 20

vegetarian meal plan

Image via The Fresh 20

Cost: Get a monthly plan for $14, a 3-month plan for $29 every three months, or an annual plan for $79. Sign up here!

About This Vegetarian Subscription: The Fresh 20 is a meal planning service designed to help you save time and money while enjoying healthy meals. You’ll only use 20 ingredients per week. This service doesn’t actually send you food — they provide recipes, shopping lists, and other resources, so you’ll still head to your grocery store. 

The Fresh 20 website also includes an active community where you can connect and trade tips with other members. While we’re still partial to meal prep kits, the Fresh 20 approach is a nice change of pace if you’re looking for something different. It’s also extremely inexpensive, so this is a nice option if you’re on a strict budget.

Factors We Considered When Reviewing These Vegetarian Meal Kit Subscriptions

We’re big fans of the subscription model (and we’re guessing we’ve made that clear). Meal delivery kits can make life much easier, particularly if you’re trying to eat a plant-based diet. We looked for vegetarian meal kits that provided an excellent overall value, and to find those services, we looked at several key factors:

  • VARIETY – Omnivores have inaccurate ideas about plant-based diets — vegetarians love variety, and we looked for meal kits that offer an interesting mix of recipes. In other words, these subscriptions aren’t just salads and smoothies (though if you’re looking for salads and smoothies, you’ll find them).
  • SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS – Signing up for a vegetarian meal subscription shouldn’t feel like taking on a burden. We’re fans of meal kits that let users skip weeks, add items, and cancel deliveries without penalty. We also paid attention to customer support; if a company receives overwhelmingly negative reviews, it didn’t make the cut.
  • CONVENIENCE – Some people love cooking — others just want a quick meal without much fuss. We fall somewhere in the middle, so we chose a variety of meal kits with both pre-prepared and cook-at-home subscription models. We also tried to throw in a few options for people who’d rather choose their own ingredients and build unique recipes (you’ll find those towards the end of the list in the “Vegetarian Produce & Recipe Kits) section).
  • PRICING – Great nutrition is worth the money, but there’s no reason to overpay. These subscription services have been vetted to ensure that they offer a good overall value — while some have a high price per meal, we included options for all budgets, and we chose services that use high-quality ingredients.

Hopefully, we’ve helped you find a vegetarian meal kit that meets your needs. Again, if we’ve missed one (or if we’ve gotten something wrong), let us know in the comments!

Learn About Other Meal Kits & Vegetarian Subscriptions

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Erin Pullmann
Erin Pullmann
When Erin finds a new box she loves, she wants the world to share her joy, especially if it includes something sparkly. Her non-subscription addictions include knitting, reading, baking, running and dancing with her husband and daughter.

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Splendid spoon is absolutely disgusting. The juices are thick and taste awful, the 2 soups I tried were terrible. Customer service gave me credit to use, but I don’t want anything from them.

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Misfits market doesn’t have those boxes anymore.

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Surprised to see Blue Apron so far down on the list. I’m not vegan but do eat primarily vegetarian and I’ve found, for the $$, that BA’s veggie options were the tastiest and the lowest cal of all.

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Thank you ever so for you article.

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I just want to send a meal as a gift. Are there any options where you don’t have to subscribe?

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I’ve been getting HomeChef as vegan 3 times a week for many years. Many of theirs recipes can be substituted with “Impossible” meat. You just have to select the recipe and then Click substitute to change the burger/meatballs/meatloaf to Impossible.

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Laura Murphy

I am currently a freshly customer and there are unfortunately no vegetarian or vegan options

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Thanks for the tip, Tiffany!

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I’m a chubby vegan (yes, we exist). I’ve been vegan since I was 23 and I’m 47 now. None of these look appetizing to me. Just the snack subscriptions. And I just figured out why I’m a chubby vegan.

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Christen Russo

Thanks for reading, Maria! I tried to choose a variety of meals to showcase in this list—I’m not trying to pretend every vegetarian wants a grain bowl for every meal, lol. Regardless, I agree the snack subscriptions are all really appealing!

PS—I also wrote a vegan meal kit list if that interests you: https://www.mysubscriptionaddiction.com/best-vegan-meal-kits

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I thought the same thing! This post prompted me to change my preferences, and I did get different meals suggested though most had animal protein. Dinnerly has some options if you do dairy.

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Also, Fresh20 (while they don’t send the food) has a vegetarian option for its meal plan/recipe/shopping list subscription.

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Christen Russo

Thanks for the tip, Tiffany!

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Home Chef hardly has any vegetarian options, why is it number one? I cancelled before I even got a box because they only had two veggie meals available.

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I have been doing Home Chef as a vegan for many years at three times a week. Many of the meals can have the meat substituted to “Impossible” meat. Once you select a meat-based option like burgers or meatballs you can substitute Impossible for the burger.

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Christen Russo

Hi Break, I’m so sorry you didn’t have a great experience. Home Chef claims they have 262 vegetarian meals on their menu—”at least 3 per week.” Here is a link to the veg menu options: https://www.homechef.com/recipes/vegetarian. I hope that helps!

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I don’t think most people consider the salads they offer as apart of the “vegetarian” menu to be a full meal.

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