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#541 Old 05-13-2004, 08:44 PM
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You did pretty well today Clickie!
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#542 Old 05-13-2004, 08:47 PM
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You did pretty well today Clickie!



I'm sure you can do the same Throw your scale out the window or something, and simply eat when your body tells you to.
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#543 Old 05-13-2004, 09:21 PM
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ARRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!



i was just readin the american dietic association cookbook. anyways i was in the VEGETARIAN section, and i came accros this recipie.



BAKED POLENTA WITH MUSHROOM SAUCE



INGREDIANTS:

WATER

SKIM MILK

SALT&BUTTER

CUP CORNMEAL

CHEESE

VEGE SPRAY



SAUCE:



GARLIC

OIL

MUSHROOMS

1 CUP BEEF BROTH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



WHEN WILL THEY LEARN, MEAT JUICE REALLY ISNT VEGETARIAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1
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#544 Old 05-14-2004, 04:01 AM
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Thanks iceflower.

I have been thinking of actually writing it down like i did before, and just really sticking to it, no acceptions. I have been planning meals out out, but that doesnt help, so maybe if i write it down again it will help.

I did binge/purge today after coming home from school, well and this morning too. It started early today. what i find odd, is my normal binge food isnt exactly UNhealthy, normally its bananas or dates and then organic rolled oats with almond milk. Today it was the above kashi seven in the morning and almond milk and a box of strawberries.

but im just going to have my dinner (tofu meat balls and organic spagetti from glorias kitchen) and stop there for the day.

*self motivation* Tomorrow I will write my food down, acording to the plan, and i will follow it complelty and totally to the T! There is a lot, TOO MUCH, to look forward too right now and i need to be able to take care of myself before i can find change! Do it for my family and so im not giving a bad image to the veg world! You are beautiful and deserve to be healthy!!



good girl!! *is proud*
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#545 Old 05-14-2004, 04:02 AM
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B: oatmeal (water/soy)

S: apple + mars lite

L: le rice w/ milo

D: thai green curry
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#546 Old 05-14-2004, 05:02 AM
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I assure you that they are not. Lets look at the etymology of the word, Vege-tarian. The root vege stems from the latin word for plant. Tarian denotes a lifestyle or a strong belief system. In essence, a vege-tarian is someone who has a plant-based lifestyle. Some one who eats animal-based products, but abstains from animal flesh, in my opinion anyway, is a semi-vegetarian. A vegetarian is some one who obtains all of their nutrition from plant-based sources. A vegan is taking it to a level above simply food choices. A vegan tries to reduce or end anything that exploits animals. Am I off base here or do others agree with me? I am very logical and have deduced this through reasoning, something that most americans cannot or will not do. I hope to talk to some fellow vegans soon on here.

Cheers,

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Yay click its great to see you eating so well! a snack can be anything you want it to be hehehe



Im doing well today as well



B-1/3 c natural rolled oats w/ 2/3 c choc almond breeze

L-1/2 plus 1/3 c raw veggies (baby tomatos, sliced carrot, broccoli and cauliflower florets, green peas, and cucumber slices) and 1/4 c shirataki noodles with braggs and spices

s-(my plan for the rest of the day) 1 org. apple

D-1 teriyaki tofu sandwich (1 sprouted grain hamburger bun put in broiler couple mins, then spread with 1 tsp veganaise and a T teriyaki, topped with 4 oz tofu cooked in teriyaki)

s-a pear
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#548 Old 05-14-2004, 09:36 PM
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I had:



Lotsa water

A banana shake

Apple/parsley/celery juice

Broccoli and hummus

and "Igor's Crackers" (get 'em at www.rawfamily.com!)



yum yum! :-D
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#549 Old 05-15-2004, 04:51 AM
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Heres yesterdays dinner: https://www.veggieboards.com/pics/sho...cat=500&page=1



And today:

B: oatmeal (water/soy)

L: muffin break fruit slice

S: hot chocolate

D: vegetable mushroom risotto

https://www.veggieboards.com/pics/sho...cat=500&page=1
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muggle- That's horrible!! Did it say beef OR vegetable stock? I hope so...

Clickman- Keep up the fantastic work It's good, really!

Soycream- I'm sorry you're having a bit of a rough time... anything we can do as a whole to help you and provide more support?



Yesterday was such a junky day. I think I got like 0 protein.



B: puffed kashi w/ soymilk

L: apple

S: fruit smoothie

D?: vegan brownie

S: pixie stix
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#551 Old 05-15-2004, 08:06 AM
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I'm not going to post yesterday, because I didn't get out of school till 8:30PM, not home till around 9:00. Had a big event we were putting on for charity, so by the time I got home I just collapsed and went to sleep.



So far today...



B: Veggieburger, wheat crackers
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rayela-i cant think of anything, you guys are already really supportive! maybe give me some ideas on how to stop myself, or how to keep busy (im home all day, with not much else to do) that would be majorly helpful!



Heres my plan for today-

B-fruit smoothie

L-(planned)1/2 c assorted veg and 1/4 c shirataki

s-a pear

Im not sure what ill be doing for dinner cuz i have work, then will be going to my sisters house for the night.
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#553 Old 05-15-2004, 10:23 AM
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mango, rasberries, and granola for breakfast today

tofutti for late snack last night

spinach, tofu, avocado, and brown rice for dinner last night

peanutbutter and banana for snack yesterday

spaghetti and wheatballs for lunch yesterday
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#554 Old 05-15-2004, 11:41 PM
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I ate terribly today. >.<



Breakfast: A chocolate chip bagle with cream cheese

Snack at the movies: Popcorn and candy (and a lemonade)

No lunch

Another snack later: A Twix

Dinner: A potato with cheese and tomato sauce (Pizza potato!)



And, as I'm getting hungry again, I'll probably go and eat something again. I'll try to keep it healthier. >_<
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#555 Old 05-16-2004, 01:12 PM
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Mmm. I am going to have a really delicious lunch.



For breakfast: An egg, then a bit after a peanut butter sandwich

Lunch (which I am going to have in a few minutes!): Pita, black beans, hummus
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I haven't posted in awhile because I've been binging, plus I've decided to start eating fish for a variety of reasons and thought it wasn't appropriate to post when I was eating fish, though I ate a little today and am posting.



breakfast: 2 peices french toast with strawberries & grapes that were on their last legs, and a drizzle of honey

dinner: big fresh veggies stir-fry (broccoli, zuccini, bean sprouts, carrot, mushrooms, canned baby corn, canned bamboo shoots and canned water chestnuts) on "fried rice" (stuff from a box, made with veggie stock), small amount of salmon marinated in teriyaki sauce, and a big egg roll with sweet & sour sauce

dessert: peice of German Chocolate Brownie

later: small bowl of vanilla icecream with cocoa powder & strawberry syrup
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muggle- That's horrible!! Did it say beef OR vegetable stock? I hope so...

Clickman- Keep up the fantastic work It's good, really!

Soycream- I'm sorry you're having a bit of a rough time... anything we can do as a whole to help you and provide more support?



Yesterday was such a junky day. I think I got like 0 protein.



B: puffed kashi w/ soymilk

L: apple

S: fruit smoothie

D?: vegan brownie

S: pixie stix





well, on the recipie there was *one cup beef broth, so i assumed i would go to the bottom of the page and find the alternative, vegetable broth.



to my horrible surpirse, it said *for less fat and salt, use homemade beef broth



HOW CAN A VEGETARIAN NOT EAT MEAT, BUT GO AROUND THIER HOUSE MAKEN FLESH JUICE!
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Yesterday:



B: toasted roll w/ peanut butter & jam

L: fruit and yoghurt (the fruit was berries, banana and passionfruit)

D: risotto balls w/ salad
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#559 Old 05-17-2004, 08:21 PM
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B: oatmeal (water/soy)

S: 2 mars lite minis

L: grapes (lots)

D: veggie stew w/ rye toast

S: soy icecream w/ choc sauce
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me again...



B: oatmeal (water/soy)

L: yoghurt (low fat natural) w/ honey

S: chocolate brownie + mix (lots)

D: toasted roll w/ veggie stew
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well, on the recipie there was *one cup beef broth, so i assumed i would go to the bottom of the page and find the alternative, vegetable broth.



to my horrible surpirse, it said *for less fat and salt, use homemade beef broth



HOW CAN A VEGETARIAN NOT EAT MEAT, BUT GO AROUND THIER HOUSE MAKEN FLESH JUICE!

You mean, you don't drink cowskin juice on a daily basis like the rest of us veggies?! Shame.



(kidding)



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#562 Old 05-19-2004, 03:42 AM
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Raylea, I love how you put 'kidding' just in case we don't realise. LOL Your so cute.



Bad day today!

B: roll w/ vegemite + pb

L: apple + dried apricots

S: vanilla smoothie

D: 5 koftas, salad, leb bread, hummus and chutney

S: 2 sml brownies
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Hello everyone, sorry i havnt been posting, our computer had a virus but guess what im actually doing better! im eating normal amounts and best of all.. no ing. so heres today



B-1/2 c (er.. 1 soy yogurt cup full) choc banana smoothie

L-1/2 c vegies

s-3/4 c vegan choc pudding from whole foods

D-not sure yet.. i think 4 oz or so tofu and 1/2 c veggies



omg! guess what i found! vegan jalopeno poppers! they are made my Roz's and their called stuffers. how cool!

i tried trader joes strawberry soymilk, then found out *gasp* it has carmine in it!! grrr stupid people, i swore it says "colored with beet" ... guess they forgot the "les" huh.
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i swore it says "colored with beet" ... guess they forgot the "les" huh

LMAO!
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Went away for the weekend so *shock* I actually had some variation in my eating!



Friday

B: oatmeal (water/soy)

L: le rice, 1/4 apple

D: indian curried vegetable w/ rice + roti bread + galub jamen for dessert.



Saturday:

B: 2 toast (wholmeal, raisin) + 2 muffins, each w/ lots of peanut butter and jam. 2 glasses of juice (oj, pineapple).

D: thai red vegetable curry w/ rice.
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#566 Old 05-23-2004, 02:05 AM
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Today



B: mandarin

L: roll w/ cheese (low fat rennent free)

S: red grapes

D: 'butter' koftas w/ rice + salad

https://www.veggieboards.com/pics/sho...cat=500&page=1
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Yum, yum, yum. Iceflower, your food (as always) sounds so delicious!!

My eating has been insane lately... I've got a really yucky bacterial infection, so I'm all snotty and coughing up mucus, and I'm trying to work my way through the last few exams. But as soon as school ends and I feel better, I will go back to being the healthy vegan.



Oh yeah, did you guys know that sugar wafers are vegan? You know, those little strips with a cruncy sugary thing sandwiched around a creamy sugary thing? And they come in the tan, pink, and brown (supposed to be vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate)? And are totally devoid of any nutritional quality?

Yum
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Yesturday: lots of veggies and fruit, a vegable fry, vegan bananna bread (tasted just like non vegan!!!), and vegan pizza.



Oh, and I made a vegan shelf in the fridge, and my mom dosn't mind, so now I can just look at the vegan shelf or in the veggie and fruit shelves and find all the food that I can eat!!!
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Oh yeah, did you guys know that sugar wafers are vegan?



JKSHDLKJSDLKJSD:FKSD:GHSD:GKJ THEY ARE?!



you just SO made my day.
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I'm quite happy to go without sugar wafers, either way! lol.....I like my nutrtionally-void food to be more substantial - give me some heavy chocolate cake or half a tub of soy icecream!



B: oatmeal (water/soy...it seems to boring on plain water now, I can't go back!)

L: prunes (such a unappatising name but oh so tasty!) + banana

S: mocha (decaf with choc sauce and milo powder, made on soymilk)

D planned: either vegetable risotto or last nights leftovers! yum!
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