ok... i sympathise, amongst other things i'm fermented things free, sugar free, gluten free, and wheat free, etc, lol. its a pain in the @ss and sometimes you just go completely blank on what to eat.
off the top of my head, i'm thinking......
stir fried veggies with rice or rice noodles, you could do a few varients on this before it gets boring, adding fruits like pineapple and all sorts of different veggies. i hear you saying 'no soy sauce tho!!!' aparently you can make a pretty decent substitute by mixing: 240ml/8fl.oz Molasses with 90ml/3fl.oz. Balsamic Vinegar, and adding sugar to taste.
I'd also try making a few soups- if you can find a stock without soy, great, if not, you can use loads of herbs, or even watered down veggie juices of the V8 style, and spice mixes to add flavour. i make big vat loads of soups and freeze them in serving sized pots, its really handy when you're pushed for time and energy. also, you can make little corn breads and basic savory scones- substitute rice flour for the wheat flour in a reciepe (goes well with soup) and freeze them too.
You can make your own bean based burgers, loads of different ones, using oat or millet flakes or instant mashed potato flakes to bind them- use pumpkin and sunflower seeds instead of nuts if you need a crunch factor- i often do this to use up left over lentil based chill and spagetti bolognase sauces, adding canned beans and grated veggies, etc.
on the subject- there is chilli- use canned brown lentils instead of soy or mince, and don't over cook it or the lentils turn to mush, same with spagetti bolognase- use a rice pasta with this- if you can get it, 'tinkiyada' is the best rice pasta ever- not mushy or slimy, but its canadian, i don't know if you can get it where you are. there is 'shepherdless pie', made with lentils, veggies, tomato sauce, and the fake soy sauce mix to add depth of flavour, topped with mashed potato.
also, i really love a lot of indian veggie based dishes, and things like shredded cabbage with frozen peas thrown in, sweated in a little oil with cumin seeds, and a pinch of cayenne, and tumeric, cooked in a pot with a lid till soft with garam masala sprinkled on the top, or cooked chopped potatoes pan fried in a ginger and garlic spiced mix, that go crunchy and spicy with a fluffy centre, or chick peas in a spicy tomato sauce with broccoli florets on the top (i have the reciepes for all of these somewhere if you're interested i could try and type them up!) but you're sick of chickpeas so maybe try other beans.
you could even make veggie samosas and spring rolls using rice wrappers, and try popadums- you can buy them in the indian section of the supermarket and just microwave em. also there is the classic 'bubble and squeak' - its a british thing, its shredded cooked cabbage and onions, mixed with roughly mashed potatoes, salt and pepper, made into patties, and shallow fried till crispy on the outside- tastes lush with ketchup and fills a big hole for breakfast or any meal- especially with canned baked beans.
you can make roasted italian style veggies and potatoes- throw a mix of veggies and baby tomatoes into the oven with garlic and rosemary and cover in foil till theyre done.... stuffed eggplant halves -scoop out the middle and fry it a little, then mix with fried onion, canned lentils, tomato paste, spices, cooked chopped carrot, and any beans you fancy, and then bake.... etc etc etc. loads of rice based salads, and veggie and seed salads, with different vinigarette based dressings. try and use loads of different fruits and veggies, and spices and herbs for variety.
i'm a member of some allergy cookery groups on yahoo, they're not vegan, but they're really good at inventing their own substitutions for things if you ask them, (like the soy sauce!) and if you google 'wholeapproach' for their website, they have some boards with lots of wheat and soy free muffin and cookie reciepes, etc, (its a candida reciepe site, so while most of them eat meat, they're avoiding soy and dairy and wheat and sugar too).
i'd also try and take a trip round my local supermarket and pick out fruits and veggies i've never tried before, and give them a shot, just for fun.
also, try looking on vegweb.com at their tonnes of reciepes, and edit stuff- don't be afraid to switch it around and replace stuff you can't have, with stuff you can!
hope this helps, let me know if you need more suggestions, lol, i'm on a roll today!