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#1 Old 10-04-2008, 05:22 PM
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well, i was a veg for a while, and then i started college and didnt get out till 8:30 and didnt want to cook. i want to be veg. i really need help.
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I would recommend watching "30 Reasons to Go Vegetarian." It worked for me.
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Maybe stock up on quick and easy things to eat so it wont be a problem? It probably wouldn't be the healthiest foods in the world, but if it matters to you, you can make it work.




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Well maybe start with certain days , 2/3 per week that you will definitely be vegetarian and slowly work up from there.
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def. get some quick and simply meals. also, you can make things like soups, stew, chili, ect that freeze well one day and freeze portions for when you dont have a lot of time to cook.
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#7 Old 10-04-2008, 06:50 PM
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thanks a ton
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I don't like to suggest unhealthy things, but Oriental Top Ramen is vegetarian. I like to make it and add frozen veggies. You can even drop an egg in during the last minute of cooking and mix it with a fork for egg drop soup. 5 minutes, tops

Frozen meals are AWESOME too. Always keep things that you can heat and eat quick. I like Butternut Squash ravioli, fettucini alfredo, and cheese ravioli all by Lean Cuisine. Also, I buy black bean and corn enchiladas from Trader Joe's ($1.99 for 2). Also frozen pizzas (like the french bread kind) and Amy's products (a little pricey, but good quality).
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#9 Old 10-05-2008, 10:33 AM
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Crock pot! Make a full crock pot full of chili or stew, like you're cooking for a whole family. One person can reheat their crock-pot meals for several days, and there's something so rewarding about knowing that there's something homemade and delicious just 2 microwave minutes away. You might spend 45 minutes to an hour prepping, but once it's cooked you won't have to do anything else for a long time.
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#10 Old 10-05-2008, 11:46 AM
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sweetness. thank yall a ton.
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Stock up on snacks, and you can cook food (soup!) on the weekends that'll last you the entire week.

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#14 Old 10-08-2008, 06:40 AM
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true. thanks a ton.
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Originally Posted by ElaineVigneault View Post


Is it just me or is it a bit weird to see people doing these video blogs in their bathrooms? Particularly when they're talking about food ... I don't know, it just struck me as a bit strange.

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If you can make soups, chili or bean dishes in a crock pot they can be frozen in individual portion sizes quite well. If you have access to a freezer and a microwave - set aside one day a week to cook up some beans, some chili and a health soup then freeze it in smaller containers. Quick and easy meals for when you're really in a rush. I've also found that keeping a container of cooked pasta in the refrigerator works - top it with some vinaigrette dressing and cold veggies for a pasta salad or heat it up with some sauce ... quick meal ready when you are.

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