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#1921 Old 02-09-2015, 09:28 PM
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B: Smoothie (spinach, banana, protein powder), toast w/ vegan cream cheese and some cinnamon, caffeine free tea w/ coconut sugar
L: Salad (kale, zucchini, tomatoes, carrots, avocado), 1 ww pita + 2tbs hummus, 1 cup almond milk
D: Carrot + Lentil Soup, roasted mini potatoes w/ low sodium ketchup
S: Hot Chocolate (raw cocao, almond milk, coconut sugar, peppermint tea bag)
Extras: vitamins - multi, iron, b12, zinc

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#1922 Old 02-10-2015, 12:40 PM
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B - Vitamin pill (X1), rice milk (200mls), protein shake (~1L)
L - Falafels (1 box), wholemeal bread (4 slices)
D - Soya mince (4.5oz), pasta (6oz), seasoning
S - Vegan chocolate

Why is the suffering and killing of animals wrong? Because the value of a sentient organism's life is priceless. They are their own beings and have their own lives and loves. They have higher emotions and thought processes. Their minds are different from ours in degree, not kind - meaning that fundamentally there are critical similarities.
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#1923 Old 02-10-2015, 01:01 PM
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B. bagel with soya cheese, coffee with almond milk
L. Buckwheat, spinach and spicy sweet potato and bean burgers
D. Jacket potato with chilli, tea
Snack. Satsuma, herbal tea

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#1924 Old 02-10-2015, 01:05 PM
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B: Smoothie (spinach, banana, protein powder), toast w/ vegan cream cheese and some cinnamon, caffeine free tea w/ coconut sugar
L: Salad (kale, zucchini, tomatoes, carrots, avocado), 1 ww pita + 2tbs hummus, 1 cup almond milk
D: Carrot + Lentil Soup, roasted mini potatoes w/ low sodium ketchup
S: Hot Chocolate (raw cocao, almond milk, coconut sugar, peppermint tea bag)
Extras: vitamins - multi, iron, b12, zinc

Running low on produce... it's going to be a sad few meals till the weekend when I can do proper grocery shopping
Some of the things you have sound interesting and different....do you put peppermint tea bag into your hot chocolate? Also what's blended spinach like? Does it blend well or do you still get chewy bits?

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#1925 Old 02-10-2015, 01:08 PM
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B - Vitamin pill (X1), rice milk (200mls), protein shake (~1L)
L - Falafels (1 box), wholemeal bread (4 slices)
D - Soya mince (4.5oz), pasta (6oz), seasoning
S - Vegan chocolate
Do you have anything on your bread like spread or do you put falafel between the slices or just down 4 slices on their own? Tell us your secret
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#1926 Old 02-10-2015, 02:18 PM
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Do you have anything on your bread like spread or do you put falafel between the slices or just down 4 slices on their own? Tell us your secret
When I have falafel/ thai style bites/ fishless fingers etc I eat the 4 slices of bread separately.

When I have Cheatin' slices I eat them with 4 slices of bread and then I eat 4 slices of bread separately.

I do eat peanut butter, usually with a spoon

Why is the suffering and killing of animals wrong? Because the value of a sentient organism's life is priceless. They are their own beings and have their own lives and loves. They have higher emotions and thought processes. Their minds are different from ours in degree, not kind - meaning that fundamentally there are critical similarities.
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#1927 Old 02-10-2015, 02:54 PM
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But bread just on it's own? I can't imagine... Do you enjoy it?

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I don't think they would do it if they didn't enjoy it.... Especially because it sounds like a routine part of their diet, perhaps it isn't sandwich bread slices? I am curious as well, is it toasted or anything?
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#1929 Old 02-10-2015, 06:34 PM
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It's just plain bread...It's quite pleasant, and it certainly provides a lot of needed calories
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Breakfast: Glass of rice chocolate milk
Lunch: Potatoes, fava beans, hearts of palm
Snack: Tofu
Snack: Smoothie (kale, spinach, strawberries, banana)
Dinner: Whole wheat pasta, mushrooms, peas
Snack: Whole wheat toast with veggie pate

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#1931 Old 02-11-2015, 12:00 PM
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B: toast (homemade half wholemeal/white), coffee
Snack: banana, a few chocolate chips & hazelnuts
L: red cabbage coleslaw (with cashew/almond dressing), mustard-mashed potato, broccoli, more toast, 2 Booja Booja espresso chocolate truffles, smoothie (raw carrot, red currants, banana, root ginger, rice&coconut milk, apple, flax seeds)
D: More coleslaw, more broccoli, couple of glasses of port. Might have some pinto bean chilli in a bit.
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Falafel salad with cashew sour cream, tabouli, hummus. All homemade!!!
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#1933 Old 02-12-2015, 01:48 PM
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Falafel homemade too? Looks nice, well done

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B. coffee, toast with soya cheese
L. Chilli noodles, spicy sweet potato and bean burger
D. Pepper, carrot, cucumber and tomatoes with hummous, a few nachos with salsa
Snack. Herbal tea

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#1935 Old 02-12-2015, 01:52 PM
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I don't think they would do it if they didn't enjoy it.... Especially because it sounds like a routine part of their diet, perhaps it isn't sandwich bread slices? I am curious as well, is it toasted or anything?
Not necessarily, I sometimes eat things not because I like them but because I know I should, like fruit and lentils, nog a big fan of either but I eat them all the same as they are good for you

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#1936 Old 02-12-2015, 03:02 PM
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Not a big fan of fruit or lentils? You need some new recipes then! I bloody love lentils, I think they're ace

B: Overnight oats with dried cherries, dried apricots, walnut pieces and rice/coconut Dream.
L: Pinto bean chilli, mashed potato and broccoli (broccopots), half a homemade bread roll. Smoothie (carrot, redcurrants, flax seeds, Dream, banana).
Snack: Chocolate, frutti di bosco and blood orange sorbetti from local gelateria with vegan options. The chocolate sorbet is amazing.
D: red cabbage coleslaw, more chilli and broccopots.
Snack: other half of the roll.
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#1937 Old 02-12-2015, 03:28 PM
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What are broccopots?

I'm more of a I eat to live than I live to eat kind of person, I don't need to enjoy food I just need to know it's good for me and I'll happily down it. I have fruit in smoothies and lentils in soup. I really just prefer veg to fruit and grains to pulses, but eat all nevertheless to make sure my diet is as balanced as poss

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Breakfast: Glass of rice chocolate milk
Lunch: Sushi. 3 pieces of the Gardein fishless filet
Snack: Mushroom sandwich with lettuce and sautéed onions
Dinner: Pasta, kidney beans, cabbage

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B - Vitamin pill (X1), coconut milk (200mls), protein shake (~1L)
L - Falafels (1 box), wholemeal bread (4 slices)
D - Tofu (1 box), pasta (6oz)
S - Hazelnuts, almonds
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Eating mostly seasonal foods...(My Winter Seasonal Fruit & Vegetables Groceries) lots of citrus, dates, greens, bananas. Sometimes having bean burritos or stir fry.




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#1941 Old 02-13-2015, 01:36 PM
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B. vegan banana pancake (no egg, soya milk, banana instead of sugar, came out really tasty but was so sticky impossible not to break while turning), tea
L. Coconut and mushroom soup, carrot juice
D. Chips, vegan sausage, tomatoes
Snack. Chilli noodles, toast with soya spread

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I had hash browns an coffee this morning

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#1943 Old 02-13-2015, 06:20 PM
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B - Vitamin pill (X1), coconut milk (200mls), protein shake (~1L)
L - Falafels (1 box), wholemeal bread (4 slices)
D - Tofu (1 box), pasta (6oz)
S - Hazelnuts, almonds

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Why is the suffering and killing of animals wrong? Because the value of a sentient organism's life is priceless. They are their own beings and have their own lives and loves. They have higher emotions and thought processes. Their minds are different from ours in degree, not kind - meaning that fundamentally there are critical similarities.
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For breakfast I ate two huge banana chocolate chip pancakes topped with sliced banana, maple syrup and peanut butter sauce... feeling slightly ill but completely worth it!

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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For breakfast I ate two huge banana chocolate chip pancakes topped with sliced banana, maple syrup and peanut butter sauce... feeling slightly ill but completely worth it!
Where do you get vegan choc chips from?

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Yesterday



Breakfast:
Protein Shake (almond milk, protein powder), toast w/ tofutti cream cheese and cinnamon, 1 banana, 1 peach

Lunch:
2, 700 calorie vegan burritos
Chips with guac

Snack:
2 squares of chocolate
warmed almond milk

Surprisingly, didn't have shots at lunch
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#1947 Old 02-14-2015, 01:56 PM
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B. 2 toasts with spread, soya milk
L. Fruit smoothie, vegan mac and cheese
D. Stir fry with mushrooms veg and soya mince, brown rice
Snack. Slice of vegan pizza, herbal tea

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Where do you get vegan choc chips from?
I get a bulk bag with my bf's Booker card, extra dark chocolate I did once find some lovely mini dark choc buttons in Sainsburys which were not only ok on the ingredients list but were labelled vegan, but I never found them again.
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I get a bulk bag with my bf's Booker card, extra dark chocolate I did once find some lovely mini dark choc buttons in Sainsburys which were not only ok on the ingredients list but were labelled vegan, but I never found them again.
Oh really, to show how little I know about chocolate I didn't even know dark chocolate was made without milk! I've started buying vegan treat options for my kids and am utterly shocked by how expensive vegan marshmallows are, normal ones are a pound for a huge bag, but vegan ones are 2.50 for a tiny one, so I had to limit their intake to max 7 pieces at a time, which would make 2 portions each in total...

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Oh really, to show how little I know about chocolate I didn't even know dark chocolate was made without milk! I've started buying vegan treat options for my kids and am utterly shocked by how expensive vegan marshmallows are, normal ones are a pound for a huge bag, but vegan ones are 2.50 for a tiny one, so I had to limit their intake to max 7 pieces at a time, which would make 2 portions each in total...
Yes the vegan marshmallows are ridiculously priced.
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