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Vegan Selenium Sources

In certain regions, the soil is low in selenium, which means that plants grown there do not contain a lot of selenium either. Still, a vegan may very well get enough selenium by eating the foods on this list.
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Brazil Nuts
Brazil Nuts
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Brazil Nut Milk
Brazil Nut Milk
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Coconut
Coconut
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Dried Coconut
Dried Coconut
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5
Coconut Flakes / Flaked Coconut
Coconut Flakes / Flaked Coconut
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Penny Bun (Boletus Edulis)
Penny Bun (Boletus Edulis)
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Bran
Bran
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Edamame
Edamame
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Mung Beans
Mung Beans
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Maize / Corn
Maize / Corn
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Chickpeas
Chickpeas
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Lentils
Lentils
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13
Pasta
Pasta
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Oats
Oats
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Oat
Oat
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Pistachios
Pistachios
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Kohlrabi
Kohlrabi
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Cauliflower
Cauliflower
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Radish
Radish
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Brussel Sprouts
Brussel Sprouts
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21
Spinach
Spinach
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White Beans
White Beans
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Broccoli
Broccoli
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Champignon
Champignon
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White Cabbage
White Cabbage
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Walnuts
Walnuts
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Whole Wheat Bread
Whole Wheat Bread
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Whole Grain Rice
Whole Grain Rice
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29
Shiitake Mushrooms
Shiitake Mushrooms
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Oat Bran
Oat Bran
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Cashew Nuts
Cashew Nuts
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Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower Seeds
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Cocoa
Cocoa
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Millet
Millet
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Tofu
Tofu
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Alfalfa Sprouts
Alfalfa Sprouts
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Pistachio Butter
Pistachio Butter
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Walnut Butter
Walnut Butter
39
Cashew Butter
Cashew Butter
40
Sunflower Butter
Sunflower Butter
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