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Lately, I have been trying new ideas for sandwiches for lunch so when I go back to school in the Fall I won't be bored to death. So far I have had the following:<br><br>
peanut butter with kiwi, banana, or blueberry preserves<br><br>
tomato, mozzerella, and basil with balsamic vinagrette<br><br>
cucumber, hummus, and avocado<br><br>
What do you put on your veggie sandwiches? I was just curious.
 

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I just found a link to another thread with this information. Sorry. I really need to start remembering to do a search before starting a new thread.<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/dizzy2.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":dizzy:">
 

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For lunch I just had a wrap made with portobello mushrooms, roasted red pepper and avocado with lettuce, tomato and red onions. It was bliss.
 

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For lunch I just had a wrap made with portobello mushrooms, roasted red pepper and avocado with lettuce, tomato and red onions. It was bliss.</div>
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Sounds awesome!! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/hungry.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":hungry:">
 

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I love a chickpea salad sandwich. Mash chickpeas (I use a fork, because I like some texture) then add things like you would to tuna salad: celery, green onions, little salt, little pepper and some mayo of choice (I use Spectrum Light Canola Mayonnaise, it's vegan.) Spread on bread, top with some lettuce (tomato, if you like) and another slice of bread.<br><br><br><br>
One of my favorite sandwiches.
 

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It's a little unusual, but I like to break banana chips into little pieces and put them on a peanut butter sandwich. It's crunchy and tasty. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"><br><br><br><br>
For a quick fix, you could always bag up a cold Smart Dog on a bun.
 

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This week I've had roasted peppers, portabellos and summer squash on wheat with ketchup, and today I have seitan slices and soy-provolone on wheat with mustard.<br><br>
I've also packed pasta salad twice this week.<br><br>
Sometimes I have tofurkey and soycheese and mustard<br><br>
Or baked eggplant with lettuce, tomato and ketchup
 

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I love a chickpea salad sandwich. Mash chickpeas (I use a fork, because I like some texture) then add things like you would to tuna salad: celery, green onions, little salt, little pepper and some mayo of choice (I use Spectrum Light Canola Mayonnaise, it's vegan.) Spread on bread, top with some lettuce (tomato, if you like) and another slice of bread.<br><br><br><br>
One of my favorite sandwiches.</div>
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That's almost dead-on the delicious sandwich I had a couple days ago... right down to the brand of non-mayo. :p I like to make this with a little celery, pickle, some Mrs. Dash or Spike and the Spectrum Light. Yummy!<br><br><br><br>
I also got the idea from the Frugal Veggie Momma to take yummy soup/curries that are leftover and not about to be eaten as soup, straining them, mixing them with a bit of cooked oatmeal, and frying/baking to turn it into sausage/patty type deal that can be used in sandwiches or eaten alone. Yum!
 

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Whole Foods Seeduction bread is the most heavenly bread known to man (in my opinion). <i>Anything</i> tastes good on Seeduction bread.<br><br><br><br>
Some of my favorite sandwiches:<br><br><br><br>
-Chickpea salad as suggested already...YUM!<br><br>
-"Chicken" salad made from chopped seitan. I like to add little pieces of celery and some hot sauce.<br><br>
-Cream cheese or vegan cream cheese mixed with garlic salt and Italian seasoning, then cukes, romaine, tomatoes, and bell peppers on top.<br><br>
-Hickory Smoked Tofurkey slices with whatever fixings you like.<br><br>
-Grilled cheese (I like vegan cheese better), with avocado and tomato. I had this for lunch today with a side of steamed mixed vegetables. Mmm.<br><br>
-Nut butter with fresh kiwi slices and/or mashed bananas and/or mashed blueberries.<br><br>
-Fake meatball sub (carry your hot meatballs in a thermos in sauce and spoon onto your bun at lunch time)<br><br>
-Vegan pepperoni with mozzarella and marinara sauce.<br><br>
-Marmite or Vegemite and cheese or margarine.<br><br>
-Smart Roast Beef with saurkraut.<br><br>
-Black bean dip with pepper jack cheese (there is a cheddar/jalapeno vegan slice kind that I like)<br><br>
-Hummus with olives, feta, and romaine.
 

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In the roast vegetable variety you can also marinade and roast eggplant, and Zuchini, or squash. Recent combos have been eggplant, peppers, onions w/ vinagrette, and zuchini, avacado, onion w/ vinagrette. Any kind of bean dip with sprouts sammich. I've made green-bean and salsa sandwiches (lightly sautee green-beans to tenderise). Falafel sandwich. Potato, tomato and spinach sandwiches-- and of course, the leftover spaghetti sandwich. I think anything you can slice thin enough would make a good sandwich.
 

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switch up what the sandwhich is served on, being your average sliced bread, bagel, pita bread, or wrap up.<br><br><br><br>
you could try making a sandwhich salad. for example, instead of a sub sandwhich with lettuce, veggies, smart deli "ham" and tofurky, cut the sub bred, lettuce, veggies, "ham" and tofurky and toss together in a bowl. dress with your favorite salad dressing. this is a cool way that allows for experimentation to come up with a variety of sandwhich combinations
 

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I'm a huge fan of avocados on sandwiches...oh, who am I kidding...I'm just addicted to avocados in general. YUMMY!<br><br>
I love making "panini syle" sandwiches on the george foreman grill. My latest creation included:<br><br>
Hummus<br><br>
Basil<br><br>
Tomato<br><br>
Red Onion<br><br>
Avocado<br><br>
Roasted Red Peppers<br><br>
And then I brush the bread with olive oil and put in the GF grill for a few minutes.
 
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