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B: chickpea flour omelet with cumin, black pepper, spinach, and black bean salsa

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B: Coffee w/ coconut milk, Oatmeal with banana, strawberries, cinnamon and flax seed

L: Chickpeas, brown rice, spinach, onions, garlic w/ mustard and capers sauce

S: Banana, coffee w/ coconut milk

D: Pad Thai - Sauce was PB, soy sauce, tamarind concentrate, rice vinegar, water and sriracha. I had it with rice noodles, mung bean sprouts, red pepper, green onions and tofu.
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B: Sweet potato mixed with all bran cereal with a bit of brown sugar and pumpkin spice

L: Self made burger patty from red kidney beans and oats, had on top of an ezekial bread slice with my left over morning sweet potato smeared to create a creamy paste for the burger patty to stick to. Had chopped cucumber with balsamic vinegar with it

D: 1 russet potato baked into french fries, 1 roasted cob of corn, and a bowl of cereal with coconut milk and half an apple after for dessert.

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#2974 Old 10-16-2015, 02:33 AM
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coffee with soya milk

almonds

strawberry banana smoothie

couscous with chickpeas, vegetables, and dried fruit

champagne

various small sandwiches with vegetables and savoury spreads, scones with strawberry jam, and little cakes

rose wine
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B: Two instant oatmeal packs (apple flavored), Tea

S: Pita Chips, Tea

L: Boca Chicken patty cut into nuggets, seasoned veggies

D: Tofu in buffalo sauce and my first attempt at a vegan ranch dip, tater tots, soda
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#2976 Old 10-16-2015, 01:16 PM
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S: celery and hummus

L: veggie soup (potato, peas, carrot, celery, onion, garlic) & green tea

D: quinoa pasta + tomato sauce, baked sweet potatoes, romaine lettuce salad
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D: Split pea gumbo with purple potatoes, live culture chili paste, and radish root n greens salad
I had planned to make something else but a sale on celery made me crave gumbo, hence the peas. Pea gumbo works

S: Brown rice with lentils and steamed chinese broccoli (kai lan), with live culture chili brine sauce (a byproduct from the paste which is an interesting soy sauce alternative)
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A wrap from Heather's Restaurant in Bay City, Michigan (absolutely the ONLY take-out/restaurant food I'll ever get) ---- Roasted red pepper, avocado, spinach, tomato, red onion, portabella mushroom, and their housemade (vegan) red pepper almond mayo, with a side of Heather's House potato (also vegan & to die for!).... NUMMERS! =)

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Well today was kind of rough. I wanted to try this whole "Raw till 4" Vegan diet thing my friend is always talking about....yea, Idk how much fruit or Veggies one needs to eat while doing said diet but I felt like trash. It wasn't until I ate some rice and potatoes that I felt good, but w/e, the diet isn't for me.

More importantly, I've a date tonight and I thought cooking for her would be freaking awesome, right? Only problem is the Vegan chirizo sausage I had planned on making with some homemade pasta sauce is now a mushy mess of spicy stuff. How in the world do I cook it so it keeps it's shape? Bah still, hopefully she likes the dish.

The dish itself has (or had) a whole Vegan chirizo sausage with homemade pasta sauce (the most fancy thing I can cook) with grilled onions and red sweet peppers. I made some rice and potatoes with it.

Time for date number 2!
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@Linky --the only vegan chorizo I've had is Trader Joes soy chorizo and it's like flakes of tasty, stuff, stuffed in a plastic sleeve. It's actually the only 'chorizo' I know. What kind did you get, and was it like that--like taco meat after you take it out? I love it for tacos!

I had oatmeal with pumpkin spice and raisins and coffee
For lunch I had the lentil kofta I made a pot of last night. On oatnut bread with just mayo and chopped onions. A pickle and some grapes.
White tea

Dinner was take out Indian from a vegetarian only Indian place. I got eggplant rice that was delicious! I only like take out food that I can't do myself, and this was worthy!
Camomile and ginger tea
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#2981 Old 10-16-2015, 05:33 PM
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S: Coffee w/ coconut milk

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B - Oatmeal /w cinnamon

L - Bean chili, very simple vegetable stock from onions, celery, and carrots, used chickpeas black peas and kidney beans, and had a few chunks of zucchini at the end and a tbsp of sweet baby ray's BBQ for a sweet kick

S - 1 Banana ice cream with tsp of hershey powder sprinkled over top

D: Potato chowder, made the cream from a puree of half a russet potato and carrots, re-added it to the other half of the russet potato, added in scraped corn off a fresh ear of corn, broccoli florets, onion, celery, bell pepper, the works. Added a tbsp of chardonnay for oomph.

I might have more banana ice cream tonight or more oatmeal for dessert.

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Well today was kind of rough. I wanted to try this whole "Raw till 4" Vegan diet thing my friend is always talking about....yea, Idk how much fruit or Veggies one needs to eat while doing said diet but I felt like trash. It wasn't until I ate some rice and potatoes that I felt good, but w/e, the diet isn't for me.
I think the way Raw til 4 is intended, you need to do an athlete's level of exercise a day. Most poor girls I've watched on youtube that blog about their experience talk about how terrible their gut feels in trying to literally stuff their stomachs with the minimum 2500 calorie count.

Also, I have the vegan chorizo bible.
http://www.seriouseats.com/2015/02/h...n-chorizo.html

This is an INCREDIBLY in depth guide to how to craft your own vegan chorizo; I've always loved the very experimental / scientific way that the editors of Serious Eats take their cooking craft.

I just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in.

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Today was my birthday celebration!

coffee with soya milk

nut muesli with soya milk

soya cafe latte

vegan cheese straw

some kind of soup with a baguette

vegan bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich with coleslaw and greens

raw berry cheesecake

prosecco
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taifun basilic tofu

five cookies

and a whole tablet of Ichoc rice milk chocolate bar (the Cookies one)
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#2986 Old 10-18-2015, 02:51 AM
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B - Coffee and a couple of homemade coconut ring biscuits
L - Pasta in a sauce made up of lots of leftovers - some tomato sauce, pesto, finely chopped spinach, olives and nooch. With green beans.
S - Carrot with houmous
D - Bagel with vegan sausage, homemade red cabbage coleslaw and spiced potato wedges. Beer for pudding at the Oxjam gig

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Feeling a little under the weather with nausea (pushing myself way too hard at work and working too many hours I guess) so I had a bland bit of food yesterday:

oatmeal and cooked apple

Two plain Ezekiel toasts, orange, and soy milk

Steamed potato, chickpeas, cooked carrot, onion, and a little organic catsup over rice (which turned out to be too rich for my tummy...ugh).

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coffee with soya milk

fruit smoothie

vegan sausages, baked beans, roasted tomato and tofu, toast with vegan butter

chocolate peanut butter cupcake
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Feeling a little under the weather with nausea (pushing myself way too hard at work and working too many hours I guess) so I had a bland bit of food yesterday:

oatmeal and cooked apple

Two plain Ezekiel toasts, orange, and soy milk

Steamed potato, chickpeas, cooked carrot, onion, and a little organic catsup over rice (which turned out to be too rich for my tummy...ugh).
Some ginger tea? I had a twisted tummy yesterday and steeped some thinly sliced ginger with camomile tea. Felt better right off!
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i think from someone else's point of view, my vegan conversion would make a good comedy. today i got some lettuce and italian dressing and put the lettuce (its a blend of different lettuces) and put some italian dressing in it....was so hungry that at the end i ended up making like a soup with the italian dressing and just let my lettuce soak in it like it was cereal in milk... im so hungry maybe next time ill get some tomatoes to add.i like tomatoes.
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i think from someone else's point of view, my vegan conversion would make a good comedy. today i got some lettuce and italian dressing and put the lettuce (its a blend of different lettuces) and put some italian dressing in it....was so hungry that at the end i ended up making like a soup with the italian dressing and just let my lettuce soak in it like it was cereal in milk... im so hungry maybe next time ill get some tomatoes to add.i like tomatoes.
Tomatoes, avocado, maybe some olives or artichokes in oil and some chickpeas would fill you up and be tasty

Today:
B - Cinnamon raisin bagel with peanut butter and sliced banana
L - Noodles with stirfried red onion, broccoli, yellow pepper, spinach and sesame seeds in hoisin sauce
S - Beetroot, celery, guacamole and a few tortilla chips at a buffet
D - Two wholemeal pitta, toasted, stuffed with hot-sauce tempeh, spinach, tomato, red cabbage and vegan mayo. A handful of dark chocolate chips and a spoonful of peanut butter for dessert.

Post-marathon I'm struggling with my appetite! Need to invest in a headtorch so I can keep running in the dark.

That awkward moment when your partner walks into the kitchen to find you huddled in the corner with an open container of nooch and a spoon and your mouth encrusted with little flakes...  
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i think from someone else's point of view, my vegan conversion would make a good comedy. today i got some lettuce and italian dressing and put the lettuce (its a blend of different lettuces) and put some italian dressing in it....was so hungry that at the end i ended up making like a soup with the italian dressing and just let my lettuce soak in it like it was cereal in milk... im so hungry maybe next time ill get some tomatoes to add.i like tomatoes.
Awww, sweetheart, go get yourself some cheap filling rice and beans! I'd feel hungry on just lettuce and italian dressing, too.

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vegan sausages, baked beans, roasted tomato and tofu, toast with vegan butter...
oh my lawdy, that sounds so good. I never considered vegan sausages for beans and weenies. I must be secretly english, because that sounds like a perfect breakfast.

B - tacos, with a filling of diced potato, corn off the cob, rice, red kidney beans, and minced onion, green pepper and garlic. nom, nom, nom.

L - probably a bean / sweet potato chili

D - oatmeal if I don't decide I want cornflakes for dinner instead.
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B: Chicken patty w/ hot sauce
L: Chips, Hummus sandwich, and carrot sticks


...I am running low on food right now. Plan on restoring some of the pantry tonight.

D: I ended up going to Qdoba and veganizing a burrito bowl. SO. GOOD.

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coffee with soya milk

almonds

strawberry banana smoothie

couscous with chickpeas, vegetables, and dried fruit

champagne

various small sandwiches with vegetables and savoury spreads, scones with strawberry jam, and little cakes

rose wine
Ooh how do you make vegan scones!?
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...I am running low on food right now. Plan on restoring some of the pantry tonight.
I hear you. We're moving so I'm trying not to shop but it's reached the point I have to give in and buy a little.

B: bean tostada with lettuce and hot sauce
L: (restaurant) tofu stir fry with green peppers, onions, garlic, jalapenos, mushrooms, bean sprouts, teriyaki sauce and sesame oil.
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i think from someone else's point of view, my vegan conversion would make a good comedy. today i got some lettuce and italian dressing and put the lettuce (its a blend of different lettuces) and put some italian dressing in it....was so hungry that at the end i ended up making like a soup with the italian dressing and just let my lettuce soak in it like it was cereal in milk... im so hungry maybe next time ill get some tomatoes to add.i like tomatoes.
Canned beans are less than $1.00. Garbanzo, kidney, canneli, whatever you like. Drain and rinse well. Add to salads, soup, just season and eat if you like. The spicy chili beans are great over rice, you can add sauteed onions and peppers.

Soup--get some broth, or tomato juice. Heat up and add mixed frozen veggies (the corn, peas, carrots and some have lima beans) Add a can of rinsed beans, or maybe you some leftover. If you can find bulgar (cracked wheat) you can add about 1/4 cup of it and when every thing comes to a simmer, let simmer like 10 min. Done.

What kind of store do you rely on? Have an Aldi?
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Some ginger tea? I had a twisted tummy yesterday and steeped some thinly sliced ginger with camomile tea. Felt better right off!
I am sipping ginger tea right now.

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Canned beans are less than $1.00. Garbanzo, kidney, canneli, whatever you like. Drain and rinse well. Add to salads, soup, just season and eat if you like. The spicy chili beans are great over rice, you can add sauteed onions and peppers.

Soup--get some broth, or tomato juice. Heat up and add mixed frozen veggies (the corn, peas, carrots and some have lima beans) Add a can of rinsed beans, or maybe you some leftover. If you can find bulgar (cracked wheat) you can add about 1/4 cup of it and when every thing comes to a simmer, let simmer like 10 min. Done.

What kind of store do you rely on? Have an Aldi?
i just go to walmart...never heard of aldi before...are there any canned soups that are vegan that i can eat like 3 cans a day for breakfast lunch and dinner and then just eat my chips and root beer when i get hungry in betwen?

or can i just cook rice then microwave a can of kidney beans and put them in the rice?

i found on google that amy soup is considered the best, so i will get some of those.

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Is it a money issue that is making you so hesitant to eat it is it just that the depression is sapping your energy? You really should be eating a variety of foods to avoid making yourself sick.

I have depression also and when it's bad I know I don't want to make any effort either.

How about oatmeal? It's super cheap and you can cook it in the microwave with water or almond milk. Just add some maple syrup or banana or peanut butter or raisins or nuts or anything else you like. Buy the old fashioned rolled oats so you don't have to worry about ingredients...It's just oats!

Then you might have an Amy's soup for lunch with some salad or a baked potato. Potatoes are also really cheap, easy to prepare and full of nutrients. Just scrub it, poke it with a fork a few times and microwave for 6-10 minutes depending on the size.

For dinner you could have a peanut butter sandwich and an apple, or cook rice and stir in some black beans and jarred salsa, or microwave a bag of frozen stirfry veggies and serve that over your rice with soy sauce. I've also been known to eat chickpeas or corn or green beans straight from the can if I'm really blue. Just try to eat several different easy things instead of the same thing over and over.
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B: Coffee w/ soy milk. Whole wheat wraps w/ avocado, tomatoes, arugula and dijon mustard.

S: Coconut rolled dates, young coconut water

L: Smoothie - Bananas, young coconut meat, spinach, ground flax seeds, vanilla extract, cinnamon

S: Coffee w/ coconut milk

D: Baked tofu marinated in a BBQ curry sauce. Quinoa, spinach, broccoli and onions cooked in the same marinade.
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