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post #1561 of 5202
Yesterday:

B - Bob's gluten-free hot cereal with vanilla protein powder, vanilla almond milk, sliced banana and ground flax

S - A handful of raisins and almonds

L - The usual

D - Sauerkraut simmered with mushrooms, apple and diced sweet potato

S - Some dark bread toasted with cranberry apple butter



Today:

B - Bob's gluten-free hot cereal with vanilla protein powder, vanilla almond milk, almond butter and ground flax

S - A handful of raisins and almonds

L - The usual

D - Homemade split pea soup with butternut squash (instead of lentil with sweet potato, since I haven't had split pea soup in AGES)

S - Some dark bread toasted with cranberry apple butter



My boyfriend might be coming over tonight, so my gameplan could change if we have dinner out before seeing a movie, but so help me I AM making pea soup this weekend.
post #1562 of 5202
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Originally Posted by .ghost. View Post

I don't like fruit in my oatmeal (normally a banana) so I eat it first. We can be strange together



By the way are Cheerios vegan or not? I thought they were but then I'm sure I saw some thread about them not so long ago so not sure whether breakfast was vegan or not =S









I was under the impression they were from all that I have read. I, too, had them this morning so I hope they are! They're my 2 year olds favorite munchy too and he'll be very sad if I have to take them away.



Gingerfoxx, I see a pattern. I'm a creature of habit, as well.
post #1563 of 5202
Yesterday

B- Clif bar

L- Amy's rice bowl (veg & tofu)

S- freeze dried apples & pineapples

D- salad with strawberries, candied pecans, strawberry vinegrette dressing & veggie pattie w orange marinade

S- freeze dried pears
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post #1564 of 5202
My partner and I spent yesterday afternoon in Seattle and wandering Pike's Market.



We had lunch at Araya, a vegan Thai restaurant and snarfed their buffet. The food wasn't spectacular but their tofu was unbelievably good and I'm all over the cabbage and other fresh steamed vegetables [It really was wonderful to be able to eat anything in the restaurant 'cause we all know how that goes]

Dried honeycrisp apple slices and dried canteloupe [amazing]

Peanut butter and tart cherry jam on a whole wheat baguette

A homemade apple cider donut
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post #1565 of 5202
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Originally Posted by mysysy View Post

Gingerfoxx, I see a pattern. I'm a creature of habit, as well.



I like variety but seeing as a large portion of my meals are prepared in advance and eaten at the office, I keep it simple. I switch things up every so often, but usually have a handful of different dishes in my rotation, depending on what is in season and such. When I get tired of things, I try to shake it up. Luckily I love to cook and can whip up some creative concoctions when I want (=
post #1566 of 5202
breakfast: coffee

Lunch: lentil soup w/ greans n broccoli in it..YUM and a big salad w/ my most perfect avocado & salsa on it.

snack: dark choc candy bar (gave me a headache, always does)

dinner: still thinkin' on that one
post #1567 of 5202
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Originally Posted by Abbey View Post

Supper (at Italian restaurant): bruschetta with no cheese, and a very strange salad of layered grilled eggplant slices, tomato slices, slivered celery, and roasted red pepper in a delicious vinaigrette.



Maybe it's me, but I've never heard of bruschetta WITH cheese, and I know several people who live or have lived in Italy. Is that an American thing?



Today's been GREAT! I had lunch with the only girlfriend who understands my diet, we hit up her fave Chinese buffet where they had rolls and rolls of vegan sushi! Also veg lo mein and fried rice (both made w/o egg, and w/veg stock), of which I had a tiny spoonful of each b/c they are my guilty pleasures. I also had a huge plate of fresh fruit slices, and thick slices of tomato and cucumber! It was great (and cheap for a buffet).



And for dinner, we're having a dinner party w/ some friends we didn't get to exchange pressies w/ before Christmas, and the one couple eats veg often for money and health reasons and are totally cool with eat, so each couple is taking a different aspect: the hosts are doing meat and potatoes - not sure how the pots are going to be prepared, but it doesn't matter because the veg-friendly couple is bringing homemade spinach soup w/ rosemary croutons I can omit, and I'm bringing a salad spread of roasted eggplant, carrots, beets, and asparagus with a homemade vinaigrette (and a bag of spinach and some chopped toms and cukes for the kids and/or less adventurous adults). I'm so excited!
post #1568 of 5202
Now that I'm thinking about it, I ate more vegan today than I had realized:



For breakfast I had a banana and soy yogurt



Lunch was pea salad (made with veganaise) on spinach leaves; whole wheat pasta with tomatoes, garlic and some EB
post #1569 of 5202
Worst day ever! I ate out yesterday, so I didn't have any leftovers to bring to work. And I was too lazy to go out for lunch, so I had what our canteen had to offer.



Breakfast: whole wheat Montreal bagel with tofutti cream cheese



Snack: vanilla cupcake with chocolate frosting



Lunch: bag of Lays with a coke, followed by an almond granola bar



Snack: some chunks of fresh pineapple



Supper: 3 frozen vegan taquitos with vegan sour cream.
post #1570 of 5202
B: Cheerios with soy milk, nuts, raisins and a banana.

S: Leftover tinned ratatouille.

L: Small bowl porridge, apple, 2 plain rice cakes.

S: Ryvita minis.

D: Porridge, tropical fruit tub, cashews. (Started cooking something and it tasted so awful that I actually felt too sick to eat properly after trying a spoonful of it!)



Probably going to have a snack in a minute, feeling less sick now and a bit hungry after not eating so much for dinner.

ETA

S: Couple of spoonfuls leftover rice, bean & veg thingy, banana.
post #1571 of 5202
I'm now a Raw Vegan (day 9) and here is what I had to eat:



Breakfast: Coconut LaraBar with 2 tbs. Almond Butter

Lunch: Ginger Almond Nori Rolls: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ab7HbUFCic

Dinner: Mediterranean Kale: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykedcGpo1Jk

Dessert: Papaya and Banana Pudding





All dishes were made raw without cooking. The "Mediterranean Kale" is by far my favorite raw dish.



Edited to add the youtube links
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post #1572 of 5202
Quote:
Originally Posted by Peaches View Post

I'm now a Raw Vegan (day 9) and here is what I had to eat:



Breakfast: Coconut LaraBar with 2 tbs. Almond Butter

Lunch: Almond Nori Rolls

Dinner: Mediterranean Kale

Dessert: Papaya and Banana Pudding





All dishes were made raw without cooking. The "Mediterranean Kale" is by far my favorite raw dish.



need recipies.....please
post #1573 of 5202
B- Dark bread, toasted with almond butter, sliced apple and cinnamon on top
post #1574 of 5202
Breakfast: cereal with soymilk



Lunch: a whole wheat Montreal bagel with tofutti cream cheese



Supper: I went to the NCVA vegan potluck!! I'll try to remember everything I had: homemade injera bread, paella, curried potato salad, 2 lentil dishes, BBQ tofu, sweet and sour tofu, an asparagus dish, a vegan ham-pineapple stew, jam cookies, apple sauce cake, pumpkin seed cookies, walnut-raisin-carob balls, date truffles, and fresh fruit!!
post #1575 of 5202
B - Lara Bar

L - Amy's rice meal

S - Apple and peanut butter

D - Vietnamese food (first time I ever had it ) Fried Tofu in a tomato sauce with veggies and white rice. OMG it was so good!

S - more of the Vietnamese food
post #1576 of 5202
Yesterday



Breakfast-

Frozen grapes and morello cherries with corn bread made from Rabid childs recipe. = yum!

Lunch-

More cornbread and 1/2 marmite ricecake

Dinner-

Meatfree vegan mince in marmite gravy with mashed potatoes and loads of spinach.

Snack-

Hot chocolate and other half of ricecake



Today

Breakfast-

Easy cook cous cous with dried cranberries and a cup of coffee.

Lunch-

1 Marmite rice cake and hot chocolate.

Dinner-

Falafel with mashed sweet potato and vegetables.

Snack-

Provamel spread on a cream cracker
post #1577 of 5202
Quote:
Originally Posted by .ghost. View Post

B: Cheerios with soy milk, nuts, raisins and a banana.

S: Leftover tinned ratatouille.

L: Small bowl porridge, apple, 2 plain rice cakes.

S: Ryvita minis.

D: Porridge, tropical fruit tub, cashews. (Started cooking something and it tasted so awful that I actually felt too sick to eat properly after trying a spoonful of it!)



Probably going to have a snack in a minute, feeling less sick now and a bit hungry after not eating so much for dinner.

ETA

S: Couple of spoonfuls leftover rice, bean & veg thingy, banana.

Cheerios aren't vegan?





Lunch: Salad with spinach, red beets, walnuts, artichoke hearts, and an orange vinaigrette.

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post #1578 of 5202
Quote:
Originally Posted by Doktormartini View Post

Cheerios aren't vegan?



Is that an actual question or a statement? I did ask ealier before I posted but nobody else seemed too sure either so I figured that someone might've said something if they weren't.

Are they definately not vegan then? If they aren't, are they at least veggie?
post #1579 of 5202
Yesterday



Breakfast: two whole wheat hemp waffles with maple butter



Lunch: homemade Thai yellow curry with broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, peas and pineapple, served over jasmine rice



Snack: some toasted coconut vegan marshmallows



Supper: homemade roasted carrot-potato-rutabaga phyllo triangles, and homemade cream of cauliflower soup!!





Today



Breakfast: whole wheat Montreal bagel with tofutti cream cheese



Snack: container of cantaloupe



Lunch: leftover yellow curry with jasmine rice



Snack: more cantaloupe, and a bag of chips (gotta learn to bring more food to work so I'm not tempted by the chips when I'm hungry!)



Supper: homemade rutabata-butternut squash-apple-carrot soup with leftover phyllo triangles and whole wheat bakery bread
post #1580 of 5202
Quote:
Originally Posted by Abbey View Post

Yesterday



Breakfast: two whole wheat hemp waffles with maple butter



Lunch: homemade Thai yellow curry with broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, peas and pineapple, served over jasmine rice



Snack: some toasted coconut vegan marshmallows



Supper: homemade roasted carrot-potato-rutabaga phyllo triangles, and homemade cream of cauliflower soup!!





Today



Breakfast: whole wheat Montreal bagel with tofutti cream cheese



Snack: container of cantaloupe



Lunch: leftover yellow curry with jasmine rice



Snack: more cantaloupe, and a bag of chips (gotta learn to bring more food to work so I'm not tempted by the chips when I'm hungry!)



Supper: homemade rutabata-butternut squash-apple-carrot soup with leftover phyllo triangles and whole wheat bakery bread



Can I come over?
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post #1581 of 5202
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Originally Posted by unovegan View Post

Can I come over?



Hehe this is pretty unusual for me, I had absolutely nothing to do yesterday so I ended up cooking a lot. But trust me, I usually don't eat so well LOL.
post #1582 of 5202
Quote:
Originally Posted by Abbey View Post

Hehe this is pretty unusual for me, I had absolutely nothing to do yesterday so I ended up cooking a lot. But trust me, I usually don't eat so well LOL.



well, it is impressive. much better than my hummus sandwich for lunch and carrots for snack.
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post #1583 of 5202
Quote:
Originally Posted by Abbey View Post

Yesterday



Breakfast: two whole wheat hemp waffles with maple butter



Lunch: homemade Thai yellow curry with broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, peas and pineapple, served over jasmine rice



Snack: some toasted coconut vegan marshmallows



Supper: homemade roasted carrot-potato-rutabaga phyllo triangles, and homemade cream of cauliflower soup!!





This caught my eyes (the ones that are on my stomach for spotting deliciosity and impulsively devouring) and I was all set to invite myself over as well, Uno. It all sounds perfectly up my alley. Hell, I didn't realize they made toasted coconut marshmallows that were vegan. I remember the traditional kind. Would you be willing to share your phyllo and soup recipes?
post #1584 of 5202
B- Bob's gluten-free hot cereal with vanilla soy protein powder, almond milk, almond butter, cinnamon and ground flax

L- The usual

D- Homemade split pea soup with diced butternut squash

S- A handful of raisins and almonds

S- If my bananas are ripe when I get home, I will probably make a smoothie or something...
post #1585 of 5202
B- Bob's gluten-free hot cereal with vanilla soy protein powder, almond milk, almond butter, cinnamon and ground flax

L- The usual

D- Homemade split pea soup with diced butternut squash

S- A handful of raisins and almonds

S- If my bananas are ripe when I get home, I will probably make a smoothie or something...
post #1586 of 5202
Quote:
Originally Posted by GingerFoxx View Post

This caught my eyes (the ones that are on my stomach for spotting deliciosity and impulsively devouring) and I was all set to invite myself over as well, Uno. It all sounds perfectly up my alley. Hell, I didn't realize they made toasted coconut marshmallows that were vegan. I remember the traditional kind. Would you be willing to share your phyllo and soup recipes?



Yeah, Sweet and Sara makes a toasted coconut version of their original marshmallows. YUM!



Oh and I just sent you a PM with the phyllo triangle and soup recipes, and then came back and reread your post and realised you were probably asking for the cauliflower soup recipe not the rutabaga-butternut squash-apple-potato-carrot soup! I'll post the cauliflower soup recipe here, since it's so short.



Cream of Cauliflower Soup (from Vegan Cooking for One)

1/3 of a small cauliflower, washed and separated into florets

1 small potato (about 5 oz), peeled and cubed

water or broth (about 2/3 cup)

1/2 - 2/3 cup soymilk

1 Tbsp vegan margarine

salt, pepper and a pinch of nutmeg, to taste

fresh chopped parsley



Place the cauliflower and potato in a pot with the broth and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for about 15 minutes, until the potato is soft. Put into a blender, add the soymilk, and puree until smooth. Return to the pot and add the margarine, salt, pepper and nutmeg. Reheat gently. Add parsley just before serving.
post #1587 of 5202
Quote:
Originally Posted by Abbey View Post

Yeah, Sweet and Sara makes a toasted coconut version of their original marshmallows. YUM!



Oh and I just sent you a PM with the phyllo triangle and soup recipes, and then came back and reread your post and realised you were probably asking for the cauliflower soup recipe not the rutabaga-butternut squash-apple-potato-carrot soup! I'll post the cauliflower soup recipe here, since it's so short.



Cream of Cauliflower Soup (from Vegan Cooking for One)

1/3 of a small cauliflower, washed and separated into florets

1 small potato (about 5 oz), peeled and cubed

water or broth (about 2/3 cup)

1/2 - 2/3 cup soymilk

1 Tbsp vegan margarine

salt, pepper and a pinch of nutmeg, to taste

fresh chopped parsley



Place the cauliflower and potato in a pot with the broth and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for about 15 minutes, until the potato is soft. Put into a blender, add the soymilk, and puree until smooth. Return to the pot and add the margarine, salt, pepper and nutmeg. Reheat gently. Add parsley just before serving.



Many thanks for all of the above!
post #1588 of 5202
Breakfast: whole wheat Montreal bagel with tofutti cream cheese



Snack: ancient grains crackers with baba ganouj



Lunch: leftover rutabaga-butternut squash-apple-potato-carrot soup with 2 slices of bakery whole wheat bread



Snack: large container of cantaloupe



Snack: some raw cupcake batter!



Supper: "butter chickpeas" - butter chicken seasoning mix (which has no butter, strangely) cooked with water, coconut milk, chickpeas instead of chicken, and potatoes.



Dessert: a cookies-and-cream cupcake!
post #1589 of 5202
B - Cheerios w/ almond milk

S - A tasty little clemintine and a shared So Delicious Coconut Milk Ice Cream Bar

L - Homemade Burrito: rice, refried beans, Gimme Lean Beef seasoned for burrito filling, salsa, tofutti sour cream, homemade guac, ... I think that's it. Oh! Haha, and some Fire sauce from Taco Hell

S - some Sunchips (Original, their only vegan flavor that I know of...)

D - I haven't really eaten anything yet, I felt bad because of the overabundance of Sunchips that I munched on...
post #1590 of 5202
B: A peanut butter banana muffin and a kiwi



L: 2 small burritos with guacamole, refried beans, salsa, lettuce and jalapenos



S: Tortilla chips and salsa



D: Another muffin and a bunch of carrots

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