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Feb 13th, 2011, 02:23 PM
RubyDuby - is the hot water with molasses and lemon because you like it, or for iron or dieting? And does it taste any good? :)

I could go for some mochi right now. I wonder if the Chinese supermarket has any vegan ones...?

Feb 13th, 2011, 02:45 PM
I'm dieting for a couple of weeks, but mostly I'm just trying to get enough potassium so I don't cramp up when exercising. It didn't taste very good at first, but it really is starting too!
Most of the Mochi I've seen at our Asian market are vegan, other than the milk mochi of course. The ingredients in these: red bean paste (red bean, maltose, sugar, soybean oil), maltose, sugar, glutinous rice powder, potato powder, sorbic acid.

Feb 13th, 2011, 08:49 PM
Just had some of my chocolate Rice Dream icecream. Maybe not worth the $9, but it's definitely good :)

Feb 13th, 2011, 09:09 PM
$9?!! holy.

Feb 14th, 2011, 01:37 AM
B: wholemeal spelt pancake with LSA and agave on top.
S: 2 watercrackers with organic tomato and basil
L: Tofu and veggie tart with loads of organic veg and herbs out of the garden with a salad.
S: berries and nuts
D: Piece of leftover tart with 1 potato made into fat free oven chips.

Feb 14th, 2011, 02:48 AM
$9?!! holy.

Yeah :( It costs so much more for cruelty free food. Going to have to go fruitarian soon if I can't find a job :p

Feb 14th, 2011, 02:50 AM
black bean soup
baked chips
chickpea/tomato salad over romaine lettuce
coconut water
3 slices of pizza w/daiya cheese, mushrooms, kalamata olives, roasted garlic, green peppers
few spoonfuls of chocolate mocha (tofutti) cheesecake batter

Feb 14th, 2011, 07:33 AM
Hey fellow vegans★

This is a great thread!!:D

Today I ate already 12 bananas for breakfast together with 1 liter water.

For the rest of the day I have line up:
★Another 12 bananas
★1 box grapes
★2 pineapples
★Another 2 liters of water
★A tray of figs
★1,5 liter green juice(cucumber/lemon)

All carbed up and ready for today!

Fruits are beautiful :)

Feb 14th, 2011, 11:40 AM
grapegirl, with all the fruit you're eating (24 bananas in a day!) I can only believe that your digestive system is "industrial strength"!!lol Are you training for running ultra-marathons?

Glad you've joined us by the way.:thumbsup:


Feb 14th, 2011, 11:43 AM
wow. 12 bananas. i would be sick of the sight of bananas after 4. im wooed by the stars though..

Feb 14th, 2011, 11:49 AM
Hi grapegirl :) That sounds like an awful lot of sugar - is that how you eat every day? And if so do you consider it a balanced diet? Sorry if I sound critical - it's not my intention at all.. I'm genuinely curious, also because I love fruit and eat a lot of it too :)

Best wishes :)

Feb 14th, 2011, 01:29 PM
Can only imagine that Grapegirl is either an ape or a troll...

Feb 14th, 2011, 02:01 PM
Can only imagine that Grapegirl is either an ape or a troll...

that seems kinda nasty :(

Feb 14th, 2011, 03:08 PM
that seems kinda nasty :(

Wasn't meant to be nasty, but you have to admit that is an awful lot of fruit to eat in a day for a human!

Feb 14th, 2011, 03:48 PM
that is an awful lot of fruit to eat in a day for a human!

Then why not say that? Accusing someone of being an ape or a troll is pretty rude.

Feb 14th, 2011, 04:50 PM
She's probably a fruitatarian, not a troll. :p


umeboshi plum
green tea and teecino
miso soup with leeks and tofu
whole corn grits with Smart Balance and salt
steamed kale
cherries and walnuts
carrot juice
barley soup with garlic, onions and shitakes

just got surprised with vegan baked goods during lunch time. :)
cheese cake filled brownie, heart shaped sugar cookie and chocolate donut with pink frosting.
all shared of course. ;)

dinner will be at an Ethiopian restaurant:
greens, risotto and lentils.
and wine.

Feb 14th, 2011, 06:06 PM
I am LOL @ this thread.....and I am craving that chocolate donut Ruby. The corn grits sound good too.


pnb and 4 fruit jelly sandwich
pumpkin, raisin, almond muffin
soy boy ravioli with sauce
gimme lean meatballs
corn w/ earth balance, parsley, garlic
tomato-olive foccacia dipped in olive oil
twilight bar (first time I tried this. I was so excited to see them at the nature store. I bought 4 of each kind for me and hubby to share. I expect we'll have to make another run to the store very soon)
lots of black decaf tea

Feb 14th, 2011, 06:20 PM
B: multigrain crackers, coffee, orange juice
L: Falafel, salad and hummous cob, cauliflower tomato and carrot pasty, cup of hot vegetable broth.
Afternoon: HUGE chocolate covered flapjack which had all sorts of seeds and dried fruit and desicated coconut in. The local wholefood shop has started doing them and they are good. Probably about a thousand calories though. I meant to just eat a third but carried on eating.
D:. Oven fries and ketchup. Yes, I really am that lazy.

Feb 14th, 2011, 06:38 PM
once again its day before weigh in day and im troughing

bran type sticks..soya milk
ingenious concoction of one tin of chickpeas with sliced red onion, packet of oriental supermarket beancurd, lemon juice and half a tub of engevita (addiction)
black coffee with a hazlenut syrup shot in it
massive pepsi max, naughty
scrambled tofu one entire panful of
i think thats gonna have to last me until tomorrow..

(i really miss flapjack, twinkle, those ones in your local shop sound really good. really good flapjack is amazing. did you ever make crank's flapjack recipe? PERFECTION!!)

Feb 14th, 2011, 07:26 PM
I agree HotSquirrel, it is pretty rude :( :( :(

I am a real girl with real feelings too you know.

Read my blog you and see for yourself ;) Click Here: Living On Fruit (http://www.livingonfruit.blogspot.com/)♥

Feb 14th, 2011, 07:31 PM
Hi grapegirl :) That sounds like an awful lot of sugar - is that how you eat every day? And if so do you consider it a balanced diet? Sorry if I sound critical - it's not my intention at all.. I'm genuinely curious, also because I love fruit and eat a lot of it too :)

Best wishes :)

It may be the first time you have ever heard of people who eat so much but yes, it has been scientifically researched and proven too. In South-Africa Essie Honniball's books have just been released in 2010 after many years of research by top universities. (Google it at Benedic Boeke)

Also Google The 80/10/10 Diet by Dr Graham.

Fruit sugar is not the same as refined sugar. Fruits cure diabetes. Many testimonies. View the low fat raw vegan community where athletes thrive on this lifestyle~ see many before and afters. www.30bananasaday.com

Anyhow. Youre welcome to view my (click here:BEFORE and AFTER) (http://livingonfruit.blogspot.com/search/label/My%20Before%20and%20Afters)photos!:D

Feb 14th, 2011, 07:32 PM
Yeah correct I eat like that everyday :D xxx

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Feb 15th, 2011, 10:34 AM
I will apologise to Grapegirl if I offended you in anyway. It just that in the past on another forum we had a Troll that had a very similar list of what they supposely ate, and I got suspicious. As humans are part of the ape family I don't know how that is offensive.

Feb 15th, 2011, 10:37 AM
Fruits cure diabetes

I haven't read the testimonials, but I live with a Type I diabetic, and know a Type 2 diabetic who now has Type I diabetes.

Fruits do not cure diabetes; studies have shown that a vegan diet is beneficial for and can even reverse the effects of Type 2 diabetes. However both Type I and 2 diabetics have to limit their sugar intake, whether this sugar comes from fruit or from other sources.

Feb 15th, 2011, 12:11 PM
Well, you will be surprised to read Dr Grahams book, he has helped many patients. It is the most beneficial way of healing. xxx