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#3151 Old 11-07-2015, 11:04 PM
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B: Coffee with turbinado sugar and coconut almond milk
L: Boulder avocado oil chips, an apple, and some cinnamon TruNut
D: Red potatoes with Earth Balance and seasonings, sauerkraut, and some tofu strips
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#3152 Old 11-08-2015, 02:39 AM
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Mango; oatmeal

larabar; pear; two toasts with black bean salsa

banana waffles with cherry compote; an entire bag of organic spinach cooked down (husband wouldn't touch it lol); unsweetened coconut milk

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#3153 Old 11-08-2015, 05:29 AM
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coffee with soya milk

apple slices

sunflower seeds

tofu scramble with peppers, onions, beansprouts, and carrots

mango

a rice cake

tea with soya milk

tea biscuits

vegetable pakora and samosas

vegetarian sausages and beans in tomato sauce with rice
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#3154 Old 11-08-2015, 05:40 AM
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Waiting for my oatmeal with vanilla cashew milk, pears, raisins. Will have orange juice with it.
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coffee with soya milk

mango

sunflower seeds

whole wheat pasta with sundried tomato pesto

spiced veggie burgers with bean salad, spinach, and rocket

raisins

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Chili.

Potatoes, 'chickin' strips with hot BBQ sauce, baby raw spinach & tomato salad with 1000 Island vegan dressing.

Dark chocolate squares and cashews.
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Chili.

Potatoes, 'chickin' strips with hot BBQ sauce, baby raw spinach & tomato salad with 1000 Island vegan dressing.

Dark chocolate squares and cashews.
Delicious day!
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I rarely like to eat sweet things for breakfast, so it's more like lunch:

Warm medly of peas, kidney beans, spinach, grilled onions and capers in a soy ginger vinegrette dressing

A handful of green grapes

Spoonful of Earth Balance PB with the flax seeds added, mixed with black strap molasses

Coffee

Lunch will actually be more like breakfast, I packed:

Cold quinoa with unsweetened applesauce, almond milk, cinnamon, vanilla, and a spoonful of agave syrup

Then for a snack:

Garlic hummus with a little extra olive oil, whole grain seed bread

If I want dinner after all that, I'll decide then.
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Oatmeal (2 cups) and frozen heated strawberries

handful of whole dates
glass of almond milk
homemade miso soup with buckwheat soba noodles, celery, carrots, onion, vegetable broth
slice of homemade whole wheat bread

Portobello mushroom burger marinaded with my bbq sauce (organic catsup, blackstrap molasses, lime juice)
roasted sweet potato fries
steamed Brussels sprouts
glass of almond milk
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B: Coffee w/ coconut milk, oatmeal w/ banana, walnut, hemp seeds, cinnamon

L: Buffalo chickpeas w/ veggies, whole wheat pita.

S: Green tea

D: Mashed potatoes, Seitan w/ curry, orange and sriracha seasoning

S: Bark thins dark chocolate
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coffee with soya milk

mango

sunflower seeds

tea with soya milk

whole wheat pasta with sundried tomato pesto

green tea

soya cafe latte

mince pie

lentils and rice

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#3162 Old 11-09-2015, 10:18 PM
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B: Coffee with coconut almond milk and turbinado sugar. Oatmeal with maple syrup, banana slices, cinnamon, and pecans.
S: Apple slices with peanut butter
L: Oat grain pita with avocado, tomatoes, Spring mix, salsa, and nooch
D: Tofurkey chorizo, tofu scramble, and potato cubes
S: Pure Bliss sunbutter energy bites and kombucha
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Coffee, baked tofu, rice, chana massala, tofurky sausage, and coconut milk tea.
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Breakfast: Tofu stir fry with veggies

Lunch : Quinoa veggie burger and vegan bun

Snack : Bobo's Oat Bar, found out about this tasty vegan treat from this new food blog. Definitely give it a read very cool views on vegan based snack companies!

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Dinner: zuchinni pasta with black beans and olive oil vinaigrette, with tons of cooked tofu.
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Those oat bars are amazing. Packed them with me on a hiking trip when I visited Colorado. I was thinking I should find a way of making my own.

B- overnight oats in pumpkin pur?e. An apple.

Lunch- broccoli, peppers, cauliflower, celery.

Snack- zucchini and hot mustard. Peanuts and dried fruit.

D- curried butternut squash ( with leeks) on a bed of spinach with 1/4 whole grain tortilla.
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coffee with soya milk

apple slices

Fry's chocolate cream

veggie burgers and couscous

cucumber slices with sundried tomato hummus

tomato and basil lentils with rice and quinoa

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pumpkin, banana, protein powder, molasses mashed together (it's like a healthier version of cookie dough, seriously)


handful of whole dates
glass of almond milk
homemade miso soup with buckwheat soba noodles, celery, carrots, onion, vegetable broth
slice of homemade whole wheat bread

Ate dinner at Moms and spent the evening with her. She didn't have much on hand to make me, but we had lots of lentil/vegetable soup, and I had an orange and almond milk.
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Breakfast #1: 10 Almonds, around 30 Peanuts and 3 brazil nuts
Breakfast #2: 1 tbsp sunflower seeds, 1 tbsp pumpkin seeds, 1 tsp flax seeds, 1 tsp sesame seed.

Lunch: Baked potatoes with salad (Parsley, Lettuce, Rocket with added lemon for increased iron absorption)

Dinner: Well, my GF is preparing something tasty. Some quinoa protein balls she stumbled on pinterest.

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B - Wholemeal toast with pb and sliced banana; 2 satsumas
L - Veg and lentil chilli with cornbread
S - Dark chocolate
D - Bowl of veg, chickpea and seitan tagine; chocolate-rum cake with vegan custard

Stuffed so full I may not be able to drum tonight!

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Mango; oatmeal

larabar; pear; two toasts with black bean salsa

banana waffles with cherry compote; an entire bag of organic spinach cooked down (husband wouldn't touch it lol); unsweetened coconut milk
NOMALICIOUS! Almost everything you mentioned are favorite foods of mine: pears (especially when they're ripe and juicy), waffles, banana, cherry anything, spinach...)

Last night I went to a vegan potluck. The night before, I made a simple potato salad: potatoes, green beans, and carrot- fresh, but cooked- and dressed with a little "Just Mayo" vegan mayonnaise. Most of it was still there by the end of dinner, so I brought it home and had some for breakfast. I also had my own rye bread, lightly toasted, with vegan margarine, and a big Stayman Winesap apple.

(The potluck last night was good, but several items had barbecue sauce/flavoring of some sort... not against my principles, but I just can't get into the stuff. I think many barbecue sauces have a combination of sweet and spicy flavor, and it just turns me off for some reason... I always seem to want it to be one or the other.)
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B: black tea with soy milk; nuts; some berries
L: stir fried cauliflower with curry+ spinach+beefless ground.

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coffee with soya milk

sunflower seeds

rice cakes with peanut butter

bean salad

raisins

cucumber slices with sweet chili hummus

couscous

chickpea dahl with rice and quinoa

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Oatmeal and frozen heated berries

handful of whole dates
glass of almond milk
homemade miso soup with buckwheat soba noodles, celery, carrots, onion, vegetable broth
slice of homemade whole wheat bread

millet cooked in vegetable broth and topped with roasted cauliflower, carrot, peas, shredded unsweetened coconut, onion, and spices like garam masala, curry, ginger, garlic powder; almond milk

*my lunches are the same for a work week because I prepare them ahead on Sundays; my weekdays are very busy during the week with me leaving the house at 5:30am to 6am and returning at 5pm (and sometimes leaving again for the evening). So I am anal about planning ahead and making lunches/snacks for my work week, and breakfasts at home that are easy and quick to make during the week.
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Oatmeal and frozen heated berries

handful of whole dates
glass of almond milk
homemade miso soup with buckwheat soba noodles, celery, carrots, onion, vegetable broth
slice of homemade whole wheat bread

millet cooked in vegetable broth and topped with roasted cauliflower, carrot, peas, shredded unsweetened coconut, onion, and spices like garam masala, curry, ginger, garlic powder; almond milk
that all sounds really good!
I've never used millet - is it like cous cous? Looks like that
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Yesterday, I had a bagel with avocado and chao cheese, a seitan roast with leeks and shiitake mushrooms, calabasitas (zucchini with corn), and vegan brownies. We had guests over so I wanted to make a more elaborate meal for dinner.
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B: 2 whole wheat mini-bagels with peanut butter
L: baked potato with canola oil, salt, and chili powder, baby carrots, romaine salad with avocado vinaigrette
D: to be determined, maybe a taco salad with lots of salsa and black beans
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that all sounds really good!
I've never used millet - is it like cous cous? Looks like that
Millet is actually heavier than couscous and takes a while to cook. It soaks up a LOT of water in the cooking process, so you want at least four cups of water to every cup of millet (and 1/4 cup of millet yields one cup cooked). I like to use it in place of brown rice for heavier dishes. It really holds in flavors and has a nice chewiness to it. I find it very filling. Couscous is much fluffier and lighter and I could eat tons of it before I feel full. Millet takes about a half hour or more to cook. I really love making millet in my crockpot overnight, with almond milk, applesauce and fresh apples and cinnamon.

Todays eats:

canned pumpkin, blackstrap molasses, banana, and protein powder mashed together

handful of whole dates
glass of almond milk
homemade miso soup with buckwheat soba noodles, celery, carrots, onion, vegetable broth
slice of homemade whole wheat bread

Steamed red potatoes (skin on) and fresh steamed green beans, red lentils, fresh diced tomatoes (from my garden, finally ripened after setting green ones in the window for a month), canned stewed tomatoes, and tomato paste all mixed together into one pot with garlic, oregano, black pepper added. Almond milk. This dish sort of tasted like spaghetti but with potatoes instead of pasta.

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B: Toast with Earth Balance and spinach and chocolate oatmeal
L: Two veggie burgers (didn't have time to cook and my mom picked me up a box recently)
D: Tomato vegetable curry
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B - Wheat cereal with banana, raisins, almonds, pumpkin seeds and koko milk
S - Crackers with tofutti cream cheese
L - Bowl of tagine, brownie with banana 'icecream'
D - Wholemeal pittas with homemade houmous, seitan strips, onions, mushrooms and coriander; dark chocolate

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Pierogies, and chocolate peanut butter cake for dessert.
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