The Vegan Privilege Burrito | Nourishing & Easy Vegan Burrito Under $2

Share it with your friends Like

Thanks! Share it with your friends!


In todays video, I’m going to show you how to make the notorious vegan privilege burrito aka healthy, simple, quick, budget and easy vegan burrito under $2, using very ordinary ingredients that you can find in any grocery store/supermarket anywhere. (recipe written below)

In my last video, I responded to one of the most common collective and societal excuse for not going vegan “not everyone can go vegan” or “veganism is a privilege”, which is partially true, and dropped some more truth.
“Not Everyone Can Go Vegan” –

More nourishing, simple & budget vegan recipes:
Best ever Vegan Chickpea Tuna Salad Sandwich –
Vegan Cashew Tofu Stir Fry –
Tastiest Chickpea & Kale Curry –
Vegan Creamy Mushroom Pasta –

Educational videos:
Veganism Repictured | Social Justice & Progress –
More Educational videos:
Culture & Speciesism Explained –
How a Plant-Based Diet Could save the Planet –
Antibiotic Resistance & Factory Farming –
12 Eye-Opening Reasons to Go Vegan –

Recipe (the vegan privilege burrito, 5 servings)

1 can (15.5 oz.) black chili beans/cooked black beans
1/2 can red kidney beans (optional)
1 can cooked sweet corn
1 beefsteak tomato
1/2 onion
4 cloves garlic
1/2 bunch cilantro (optional)
1/2-1 lime (optional)
Corn/flour tortillas
1 cup uncooked jasmine rice
Taco seasoning or spices
1 avocado or guacamole (optional)
Hot sauce (optional)

1. Rinse & cook the jasmine rice with a 1:1 water to rice ratio, rest.
2. Chop the vegetables (everything except avocado).
3. Drain the beans and corn, cook them with onion garlic & spices, rest.
4. Combine cooled jasmine rice with diced tomatoes and chopped cilantro.
5. Toast the tortilla (optional), slice the avocado & assemble. Enjoy!

I am a vegan activist, animal rights activist, and environmental/climate activist, and I share various educational content on veganism – ethics, the environment, climate change, and human rights issues, as well as easy vegan/plant-based recipes.

Socials – join my journey of vegan/climate education & activism:
Instagram –
facebook –


Jun Goto Vegan says:

Yes, I did forget how to roll a burrito. Also, $1.80
Watch my response to – "Not Everyone Can Go Vegan" –
Connect with me on Instagram & DM me what topics you'd like me to cover in my educational videos/posts!

Jaimee Green says:

Yum yum😋💚

Esther D.C. says:

Looks absolutely delicious! Can’t wait to make this. Also, I think if people are weary of not affording being entirely vegan they can definitely slowly incorporate plant based foods or being vegetarian if they can’t go fully vegan which I think you briefly mentioned in your previous video. But you’d be surprised meat actually costs more, well at least that’s what I’ve seen in my supermarkets and it’s way cheaper to go for veggies! I guess it only gets super expensive when you’re looking for specific things like vital wheat flour or nutritional yeast (I’m sure there’s more) but other than that hope more people give it a try. Great video keep it up! 👏🏽🌯

The Pot Thickens says:

Nice video. Thanks for showing that vegan doesn’t have to be hard or expensive.

Sabi M says:

Love your video! I agree, in most Westerns countries it's totally possible to lessen the amount of meat you eat or be vegan. It's affordable, the portion is abundant and it helps with the environment, health, etc. I do get not everyone can do it but MOST people in these countries can they just choose not to.

aiyanna peoples says:

How exactly is being vegan a privilege

Samiha says:

You're incredibly amazing, keep going ❤

Clarice says:

This is exactly what I ate the majority of the time that I was jobless and using food stamps.

Zenab Abu Smur says:

The only channel that makes me get up and cook when i actually despise cooking. Keep up the amazing content!

-Raymond - says:

love it….you go Jun!

Maeo Dok- Lao's Korat says:

Divine Jun😍🙏❤️

Write a comment


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.