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Just a little explanation (feel free to skip. No one will blame you except Santa):

I've noticed A recent lack in motivation to eat. Which is a huge problem for a gluten-free, vegan who spends at least two thirds of his waking hours exercising or moving around. This morning I nearly passed out twice during morning workouts. It's not that I don't know how to cook (because I've made quite a love career out of it) or that I don't know how to balance my protein/sugar/carb intake. I'm simply bored with my usual routine. I've really been wanting to get into gluten-free breads but don't really know much on the subject.

So I write to you, my inspired brothers and sisters. Please tell me any of your wonderful creations as of late. I love all foods from all walks of life. Please help me feed my brain, feed my body and, in turn, feed my soul.

Love ya'
Jonny
 

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Look through the food porn threads (there's 2). Both will have plenty of reasons to eat. (The first one's locked, but you can still go through and look).
 

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Thanks Mojo. This is really good stuff. Reminds of the days when I was younger and would look through Art Culinaire for inspiration.
 

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Also the What's for Dinner thread in the vegetarian discussion section can be inspiring. Sometimes I get into a rut or I have zero interest in food and reading what others are eating for dinner gives me an idea for something or I try a whole new recipe because it sounded good from that thread.

In the Vegan Discussion section there was a thread recently on gluten-free and I posted a list of dinners I'd made in the last couple of weeks that were all gluten-free since I try to stick to a gluten-free diet.

This probably isn't helpful but when I'm not inspired at all and just want to get in the nutrition and calories I need I'll just make a big stir fry with tons of veggies, some tofu, sauce and then eat it over quinoa or stir in rice noodles.
 

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Already a lot of great suggestions here, but since I've been drooling over the tasty looking food in this blog I'll share it as well: http://www.holycowvegan.net/
 

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Holy Treasure Trove, Batman. At first I was a little disappointed I was getting more personal experiences but after viewing several of these websites for a short time I recoiled with a lot of great ideas. You all rock.

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This probably isn't helpful but when I'm not inspired at all and just want to get in the nutrition and calories I need I'll just make a big stir fry with tons of veggies, some tofu, sauce and then eat it over quinoa or stir in rice noodles.
Everything you've said is helpful. That is what I normally do for dinner. Sometimes my body just doesn't want to be fed the basic necessities, it wants creativity and explosion of flavor.
 

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and then there's www.findingvegan.com too!
I've seen that website, and even after I am sated with a delicious meal (B,L,orD), it still makes me hungry.
 
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