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Mine is a veggie/black bean burrito thing that i love. Quick, filling and I always have the ingredients on hand.
 

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veggies in garlic sauce <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/grin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":D">
 

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Green smoothie, takes less than ten minutes to make, and easy to carry around/consume when busy.
 

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I love taking flat bread & rubbing it with olive oil, adding some fresh tomatoes & basil, topped with daiya mozzarella; popped under the broiler for a minute or two...tada....gourmet pizza!
 

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For lunch it's a big salad. I just throw a lot of different stuff on it. For dinner, my no-brain go to meal is sautéed veggies with some kind of stir fry sauce. I keep a couple of different kinds of stir fry sauce in my fridge for those night when I don't feel like making my own sauce. It takes no effort to chop up a few veggies, give them a quick sautée or stir fry and throw in some sauce.
 

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cascadian farms cereal w/ almond milk.. hehe cant cook <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)">
 

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I love taking flat bread & rubbing it with olive oil, adding some fresh tomatoes & basil, topped with daiya mozzarella; popped under the broiler for a minute or two...tada....gourmet pizza!</div>
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Thank you - - this will be tomorrows lunch!
 

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For lunch it's a big salad. I just throw a lot of different stuff on it. For dinner, my no-brain go to meal is sautéed veggies with <b>some kind of stir fry sauce. I keep a couple of different kinds of stir fry sauce in my fridge</b> for those night when I don't feel like making my own sauce. It takes no effort to chop up a few veggies, give them a quick sautée or stir fry and throw in some sauce.</div>
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Care to share your fave store bought stir fry sauces? TIA!
 

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Definitely pasta & sauce. I always make my own sauce from canned diced tomatoes, but its still all in all a 20 minute, barely any prep, meal. And most everyone has pasta and tomatoes laying around. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)">
 

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Heating up a can of lentil soup. If it's actual "cooking" food, then pasta. I'm getting into making different pastas and pairing them with marinara sauce. I used to just have plain spaghetti, but now I've been changing it with penne and other types of different pasta. Somehow it tastes different and more interesting, even though it's the same sauce. It's also pretty easy to make, though I'm usually too impatient to eat to even do that much cooking <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/tongue3.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":p">
 

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Care to share your fave store bought stir fry sauces? TIA!</div>
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I basically just scout the salad dressing and marinade/sauce aisle at Whole Foods. My very favorite is Appalachian Naturals Ginger Miso sauce. I also like San-J's Thai Peanut Sauce and Curry Love Passion Red Thai Curry. Basically I just chop up a bunch of veggies, sautée them in a little water or a touch of olive oil. When the veggies are almost cooked, I'll throw in the greens at the end and add a little sauce and voilÃ*, it's dinner.
 

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That sounds really good! I didn't know it was that easy to make stir fries. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/doh.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":doh:"> I've had one in a restaurant before, when I first went vegan, and I loved it, I couldn't believe it was actually vegetables because it tasted really good.
 

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That sounds really good! I didn't know it was that easy to make stir fries. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/doh.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":doh:"> I've had one in a restaurant before, when I first went vegan, and I loved it, I couldn't believe it was actually vegetables because it tasted really good.</div>
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Yup, super easy. If I'm really hungry, I'll serve it up over brown rice, but most times I'm satisfied with just the veggies.
 

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Have you ever made it with tofu? When I had a tofu it was in a stir fry, but I can't figure out if I would have to cook it with the veggies in the sauce or if I should cook it separate and add it in later.
 

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I throw some beans, cooked quinoa, sauteed veggies and salsa together then I top with some cheddar Daiya shreds. Maybe it sounds weird but it's yummy to me : )
 

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Have you ever made it with tofu? When I had a tofu it was in a stir fry, but I can't figure out if I would have to cook it with the veggies in the sauce or if I should cook it separate and add it in later.</div>
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Yup, I do add tofu on occasion. I cook it separately. First, I press the tofu to get the water out. (I just put the block on some paper towels and put a cast iron pan on the top of it for 10 minutes or so.) Then I slice the tofu, heat up a pan, add some peanut oil, then add the tofu and cook until the outside crisps up a bit. At the very end, I'll add in some soy sauce. Then I throw it in with the stir fried veggies and sauce right before serving.
 

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I love all these ideas. Mine is just an almond butter and jelly sandwich or an almond milk and banana smoothie.
 

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Pasta with canned tomatoes, peanut butter banana sandwiches, tofu/hummus sandwiches, bean and tofu dog burritos or banana/berry/soymilk/rice protein shakes. I'm not much of a cook.
 
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