-Chicago Dairy Baked Goods
-Rice and Soy Soyatoo Whip
-Field Roast's line of products
-Road's End Instant Mashed Potato Line (Chreesy is the best!)
-Vegan chocolate mousse
-In-house vegan featuring Teese Cheese and Seitan Sausage for ridiculously cheap ($8 on days with a pizza special)
-Vegan pressed sandwiches featuring Field Roast deli slices and hazelnut cutlets
-In house vegan cookies
-Salsas made with grapes and apples (in different salsas, not together)
-Ricera: a rice-based, non-dairy yogurt
...among other things. Every time I go to Whole Foods, I am grateful for the plethora of items available to me. It is rare that I want to anything, and if I am wanting, it is never an essential. From a fabulous bulk section to wonderful, beautiful produce to every frozen good I could want, my Whole Foods, though not in California or New York, more than meets my needs.
Despite a strangely persevering belief that it is simply impossible to be vegan in Nebraska, I have somehow managed to survive as a vegan for over three years, vegetarian for several before. There are resources available, and they are becoming more readily so. However, since moving to Omaha, and having access to Whole Foods, I can finally grocery shop at a single location. On a vegan, cross country road trip, Omaha's Whole Foods can definitely be considered for some familiar vegan stockpiling.
If you are on a vegan cross country trip and you choose not to go to Whole Foods, here are some local places you could stop at in Nebraska for supplies:
Open Harvest (Lincoln, NE—amazing deli, seriously fantastic, try the baked tofu)
Jane's Health Market (Omaha, NE—they have Go Max Go bars, a vegan health staple)