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veggiejess
Oct 8th, 2006, 10:48 PM
Wishin- your weekend looks so yummy!

Wishin986
Oct 8th, 2006, 11:05 PM
Wishin- your weekend looks so yummy!

it was! especially that chocolate cake w. PB frosting - I can't wait to go back to asheville this weekend :D

thecatspajamas1
Oct 9th, 2006, 03:11 AM
right now: Coconut Sorbet

veggiegirl3
Oct 9th, 2006, 03:16 AM
Breakfast:
-leftover broilded terriaki tofu with etchup
-small apple

Lunch:
-Homemade "macaroni and cheez"
-HUGE salad with a little low fat rasp. vinaigrette dressing
-2 small chunks of watermelon (that was all there was)

Snack:
-Veggies and hummus
-small handful of pretzels

Dinner:
-Soy Boy Ravioli and organic sauce
-Grilled eggplant with salt and pepper
-Plain soy yogurt for dessert

Later:
-popcorn with EB

ETA: I didn't have the popcron, I had an apple and almonds instead

Wildflower
Oct 9th, 2006, 03:37 AM
Brunch at coffee shop w/boyfriend and friend - 1/2 a sandwich with herb spread, cucumber, tomato and red pepper on french bread. little thing of pasta salad. coffee w/soymilk. shortbread like cookie with chocolate fruit center.

Dinner - homemade French Lentil Soup with Tarragon and Thyme (http://www.theppk.com/recipes/dbrecipes/index.php?RecipeID=105) - the third soup I have tried to make lately, and it was actually edible (unlike last week's) - woohoo! :D It was good! 4 or so very small thin slices of several day old hard french bread, toasted w/earth balance.

Snack - glass of cider (non alcoholic juice kind)

edit to add -

homemade whole wheat banana flax chocolate chip muffin

1/2 cup of plain soy kefir with 1/2 tbs of 100% fruit cherry jam mixed in

wmenke
Oct 9th, 2006, 04:12 AM
I had a day full of sweets and alcohol!

Breakfast: 4 pancakes and potatoes

Lunch: Chips with refriend beans, tomatoes, Tofutti sour cream, and salsa

Dinner: angel hair pasta with spaghetti sauce and 3 pieces of garlic bread

Snack: 4 more pancakes and 1/2 a bottle of wine :)

claireyveg
Oct 9th, 2006, 09:31 AM
I had a day full of sweets and alcohol!

Breakfast: 4 pancakes and potatoes

Lunch: Chips with refriend beans, tomatoes, Tofutti sour cream, and salsa

Dinner: angel hair pasta with spaghetti sauce and 3 pieces of garlic bread

Snack: 4 more pancakes and 1/2 a bottle of wine :)

That sounds like a delicious day wmenke :)

nervine
Oct 9th, 2006, 12:53 PM
breakfast: banana and handfull of brazil nuts
snack: apple
lunch: im gonna have brown rice with chopped raw pepper, hummus and a little sweet chilli sauce
dinner: probably gonna have a jacket potato if there's any left with cooked spinach and as a drink a linseed, pumpkin seed, soy milk, strawberry soy yoghurt, 40g pea protein, frozen strawberry and ice smoothie :D

claireyveg
Oct 9th, 2006, 02:12 PM
B: Ezekiel 4:9 cereal with rice milk
L: Brazil nuts/Macadamias, Granny Smith Apple
S: Same cereal as breakfast
D: Chickpeas and brocolli in a tomatoey, mushroomy sauce and a toasted spelt pita with hommus

It's my best friends birthday on Thursday and i am really struggling with what to get her and what to do for the afternoon with her, i was thinking of a picnic, because it's going to be 32C but is that a bit lame, would you like to be taken on a picnic for your birthday by our bestie?? :)

jamboxrock
Oct 9th, 2006, 02:15 PM
yesterday:

breakfast: a banana & three homemade raspberry scones

snack: tortilla chips w/ guacamole

late lunch: two soft tacos (corn tortilla, black bean & corn salad, salsa & guac), spanish rice

rest of the day: more bites of chips & guac and spanish rice, salt & pepper chips, many beers

RedWellies
Oct 9th, 2006, 03:28 PM
would you like to be taken on a picnic for your birthday by our bestie?? :)

I think that sounds like a lovely idea :)

Wildflower
Oct 9th, 2006, 07:18 PM
PygmyGoat - Thanks for posting your shepherd's pie recipe for me!

Sorry, I am a little behind in reading posts, but I wanted to let you know I saw it and say thanks!

thecatspajamas1
Oct 9th, 2006, 09:23 PM
banana

small bowl szezhuan noodles

banana and soy yogurt

2 vegan chikn patties with tomato sauce

orange juice

probably something later, like soup.

Bears
Oct 9th, 2006, 09:40 PM
Hi people, this is the first time I have posted since I joined. I am a vegan, yet I have questions pertaining to the "Raw food diet" aka raw vegan. I've recently been interested in going in that route.
I've being reading articles relating to the benefits of heat-free food and such and it seems for me, the only way to go. I would like to get meet some one who can help to offer some insight.
I would appreciate it very much.
--Bears

thecatspajamas1
Oct 9th, 2006, 09:54 PM
Hi Bears,
I know a little bit about rawfoodism. My boyfriend is raw. You can msg me if you have any questions. :)

Yoggy
Oct 9th, 2006, 10:28 PM
Hi Bears!

That's awesome that you're interested in raw! I'm interested in it too, but haven't had the time or discipline to really jump into it lately. Best of luck!

Today so far:
Breakfast: bowl of Koala Crisp cereal with soymilk. Small container of strawberry soy yogourt

Lunch: Thai Kitchen Peanut flavour rice noodle stir fry, YUM

Supper: will be a huge feast at a vegan potluck I'm going to tonight!!! I'll post about all the yummy things I eat tonight! As long as there's mashed potatoes, I'll be in HEAVEN!!! :D

Also, I just HAVE to mention that my boyfriend has gone almost completely vegetarian! Today he mentioned that it's been a week since he ate meat, and I couldn't believe it! He generally eats vegan suppers if I come over to cook, but I assumed that his lunches at school were burgers and pizza, but he says he hasn't had that stuff for a week. I'm so excited for him! What I'm really happy about is that I've never once preached to him about veganism, so he came to the decision all by himself, and that's what usually makes people stay veg*n long-term. I hope this sticks!

claireyveg
Oct 10th, 2006, 12:30 AM
That's reat Yoggy, and your so right about people making their own minds up about that type of thing, he is much more likely to commit long-term if he feels like he is doing it for himself and that he made the decision for his own reasons :)

veggiegirl3
Oct 10th, 2006, 01:04 AM
Yay for your boyfriend!

Breakfast:
-homemade blueberry bran muffin (from the freezer) with pumpkin butter
-Hot chocolate almond milk, sweetened with stevia

Lunch:
-Leftover mac and cheez
-Salad (romaine, mushrooms, and cuccumbers) with lowfat raspberry vinaigrette dressing


Dinner:
-I made a tempeh, lettuce, and tomate sandwhich. The bread fell apart. :( I ended up having 1 slice of toast with Nayonaise and tempeh with ketchup, lettuce, and tomato
-A ton of Newman's pretzels
-A banana

Later:
-Popcorn with EB or apple crisp. Or a fruit smoothie. I'm undecided.

Bears
Oct 10th, 2006, 01:06 AM
Sadly enough I had a bowl of sliced tomatoes and cucumbers with Olive oil, with fresh cilantro....mmm. I'm not that great at cooking, but I can make really good Black bean soup, I guess 'cause I'm Cuban.

foxytina_69
Oct 10th, 2006, 02:19 AM
i had a really indulgent weekend aswell.

friday:

popcorn
pop
schezwan green beans
salad
mango margarita
3 coolers
1 shot

we went out for steevs birthday on friday.

saturday:

pizza
2 cupcakes
picked on some fries

sunday:

2 cupcakes
leftover pizza
2 tacos
chips
pop
small bowl of brown rice
salad
creamed corn
mashed potatoes w/ gravy

ugh so much junkfood. lol.

today:

snack:
-a few bbq rice crackers
thanksgiving dinner:
-creamed corn
-candied carrots
-mashed potatoes w/ gravy
-nut roast
-yorkshire puddings w/ gravy
-cranberry sauce
dessert:
-chocolate cake for steevs birthday

new week, here i come lol.

Wildflower
Oct 10th, 2006, 03:08 AM
today -

Breakfast - 1/4 cup of oatmeal w/nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla, ground flax, tsp of maple syrup and plain soymilk.

Lunch - 1/2 sandwich with cucumbers, roasted red peppers, butter lettuce, soybacon. pickle. some baked corn chips.

dinner - 2 small BLT salads - butter lettuce, purple cabbage, soy bacon, grape tomatoes, croutons, 1 T Newman's Light Itallian Dressing. Cup of leftover homemade lentil soup w/1 slice whole wheat toast w/earth balance margarine. 1/2 cup of apple cider.

Wishin986
Oct 10th, 2006, 03:22 AM
tina - indulgent weekends are the best - yay for birthdays!

Wishin986
Oct 10th, 2006, 03:24 AM
anybody know anything I can do with pumpkin? (from a can)

claireyveg
Oct 10th, 2006, 03:45 AM
personally being from Aussieland i think it's bizzare that you can get pumpkin in a can in the first place, lol

i seriously could never imagine eating pumpkin as anything more then a vegetable... :) when i come over to the states i am going to have to get in on this whole pumpkin muffin, pumpkin pie thing

Wildflower
Oct 10th, 2006, 03:54 AM
I heard on a cooking show (probably Kylie Kwong - do you really get her in Australia?) that the Aussies call any sort of squash like thing pumpkin, and what we have here isn't the same.

So maybe we are talking different things? Because we do have pumpkin, but only one specific thing and I had been wondering why you guess seem to eat it in so many things...

Anyway, yeah, make muffins with chocolate chips!