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cobweb
Jul 17th, 2007, 01:05 AM
cereal with soya milk
homemade bread with houmous
a couple of biccies
potatoes, pasta, tomato sauce, little bit of vegemince
cereal again

Imported Memory
Jul 17th, 2007, 01:16 AM
No I don't think thats what they are called - but I know what you mean RW - they came in a box and were shaped like animals. I used to like them - it was like animal-shaped choc-covered on one side biscuits.

I'm talking about animal crackers they always mention them in American films? Maybe they are what you said Bryzee?

I don't know why its bugging me so much...:p

There are two main kinds of animal crackers I know of. There a version that comes in a little red box with a string made to look like a circus cart with pictures of animals in cages. Inside the box were some sweet buiscits/cookies in the shape of animals.
I used to love them as a kid, but the very idea of endorsing any such material now sickens me. This specific type is produced by Nabisco, which I believe to be a ConAgra company which I avoid like the plague. I once found some "Natural organic" popped corn. After indulging in some, I decided I'd read what was on the package out of boredom. Sure, they were vegan, but how sick I felt after finding a ConAgra logo.

There were another type I used to indulge in as a child were Frosted Animal Crackers. They were the same sweet cookies, but had been coated in pink and white frosting with colourful sprinkles.

RubyDuby
Jul 17th, 2007, 01:49 AM
animal crackers are here => http://www.stauffers.net/identifier.asp

today:
sausage biscuit with tofu and chrees
strawberry ginseng slush

2 spicy spinach mediterranian pizzas
coupla handfuls sweet red cherries

beer

thinking about having a bowl of blueberry pecan cluster cereal with soymilk for dinner. its arfing hot!

jamboxrock
Jul 17th, 2007, 06:16 AM
breakfast: cheerioes w/ rice milk, canteloupe

lunch: chips & salsa, burrito (spanish rice, refried beans, lettuce & tomato), diet coke

snack: a few cherries, an apple

dinner: gigantor pita filled w/ falafel, hummus, lettuce, tomato, red onion, green pepper, cucumber, pickles, sprouts & avocado

snack: two sourdough pretzels, and I may have something else small before bed, in addition to sleepytime tea

bryzee86
Jul 17th, 2007, 02:10 PM
animal crackers are here => http://www.stauffers.net/identifier.asp


That is the funniest looking menagerie I have ever seen in my life! the hippo looks like a rabbit foetus; the donkey has a strange growth on its head and the elephant has a FAT, short trunk! And what is with that bear???!!

bryzee86
Jul 17th, 2007, 02:15 PM
and these (http://www.allergygrocery.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=3311&Category_Code=Cookies&Product_Count=43) were the animal doo-dahs I meant.

Oh, I forgot to put what i've eaten:

big bowl of HM muesli with soya milk

3 slices cantaloupe and handful of grapes

small bowl of leftover pasta from yesterday.

RubyDuby
Jul 17th, 2007, 02:54 PM
ooh, yours say "certified vegan" right there! I wish they all did that...

today so far I've had coffee w soy milk. blueberry pecan cluster cereal.

made gazpacho and garlic croutons for lunch. also a fruit salad w clementines, cherries and bananas.

dont know about dinner yet...

BlackCats
Jul 17th, 2007, 03:25 PM
Thank you for replies about animal crackers - I don't know why I have weird obsessions about things.

So far I have had:

2 crumpets with peanut butter

6 crackers

Packet of crisps

2 vegan sausages and oven chips with sweetcorn, peas and grilled tomato. It was yummy.:)

4 crumpets and soya marge

Choc bar

Cider

Green tea and water

Glossgirl
Jul 17th, 2007, 07:29 PM
B: Tofu tacos with tomatoes and iceberg salad

L: Deepfried, crispy, salty thin sliced tofu

S: 2 bananas

S: A big mug of Bengal Spice Herb Tea with fresh mint leaves and loads of sugar

D: Soon some homemade lentil & tomato soup and some more cups of tea and another banana

Throughout the day: Vanilla/lemon/salt water

cobweb
Jul 17th, 2007, 08:09 PM
tiny bit of cereal (no appetite this morning!)

1 apple

1 Alpro chocolate pudding

2 Crumpets with Yeast Extract

1 bowl of Swedish Glace

1 bowl of vegetable stew with 4 mini roast potatoes

Pob
Jul 17th, 2007, 09:29 PM
Breakfast: Rice puffs, spelt puffs, choco stars, sultanas, soya milk.

Snack: Low fat unsalted crisps. Satsuma. Chocolate dessert.

Lunch: Tomato soup, 4 slices toasted brown Nimble bread. Banana, orange, pear. Raspberry yoghurt.

Snack: Apple.

Dinner: Slice of cold nutloaf, mixed salad, red cabbage and red onion coleslaw, tomato and red pepper hummous, warm bread with olive oil and herb dip.

Everything for dinner was home-made :) The bread was a mixture of seeded white, malted brown with rye and wholewheat flours. Was lovely.

Gorilla
Jul 17th, 2007, 10:15 PM
coffee with soya milk
Mesa Sunrise cereal with rice milk

mixed bean salad
fresh raspberries
2 bananas

vegetable curry with rice and a poppadom
3 plums

lots of water during the day

pavotrouge
Jul 17th, 2007, 10:56 PM
green tea

2 tomato sandwiches

small bowl soba noodles with sauce

mini-bowl (bento) with shredded carrot and sunflower seed salad

1/2 apple, in slices

3 sesame-coconut croquant thingies (translate: sesame stuck together with sugar)

2 huge bowls very satisfying cauliflower-carrot soup with a whirl of homemade hot 'n sweet Asian sauce

going to have a small salad or something as nighttime snack now

Cherry
Jul 17th, 2007, 11:06 PM
br - 1/2 a redwoods cheatin slice, lettuce and cucumber sandwich
Lunch - 1 1/2 of above sandwiches, 2 chocolate ginger biscuits
snack - 1 raspberry ruffle bar
Dinner - 3 roasted beetroot, basmati/wild rice with beans, carrot, onion, garlic and smoked tofu.
Snack - 1/2 bag of popcorn, a small cointreau

twinkle
Jul 18th, 2007, 12:17 AM
Breakfast: Wholewheat pittabread with Redwoods "breakfast pate". Quite nice, reminded me of granose tinned sausages, which I used to love cold after they'd been grilled.

Lunch: Potato waffles :o

Dinner: Organic extra firm tofu, sliced and pan fried with soya sauce, a lot of garlic, tomato and a bit of chard.

After-swim snack just now: Sandwich - wholemeal bread, hummous, tomato, Redwoods chorizo and some salad leaves from my "living salad" pot :)

Drinks through the day - water, Machu Pichu coffee, Rocks orange squash.

bryzee86
Jul 18th, 2007, 12:46 AM
following up from my last post, i've since eaten:

Tofu chilli on rice with edamame.

I've also snacked on:
more cantaloupe, banana chips, hazelnuts, raisins and...most sinfully...vegan nutella type stuff...from the jar....with a spoon...

emmapresley
Jul 18th, 2007, 12:58 AM
most sinfully...vegan nutella type stuff...from the jar....with a spoon...
oooh, where would a person find something like that..apart from gripped in your hand??

scarlett
Jul 18th, 2007, 01:02 AM
Banana
Small nakd bar
Ready salted crisps
Olive ciabatta with tomato relish/salad leaves
Veggie pie, sweet potato, mixed veg, gravy
4 squares ginger chocolate

Tigerlily
Jul 18th, 2007, 01:20 AM
Bowl of maple flavoured oatmeal

Pasta salad

Diet Root Beer

Some pretzel sticks

Apple juice

Avocado salad with tortilla chips

4 chocolatey cookies

Tomato and vegan mayo on pita bread (my new addiction)

Banana

thecatspajamas1
Jul 18th, 2007, 02:54 AM
couple bites of buckwheat noodles with tofu and cabbage
packet of wheat thins
veggie burger in pita
lettuce and tomatos in pita
chocolate soy yogurt
glass vanilla soymilk
tea

Imported Memory
Jul 18th, 2007, 06:38 AM
For breakfast, I had my oatmeal cookie cereal (I ran out of egg replacer for my cookies and they turned out crumbly, but perfect for a granola-y breakfast food) with rice milk.

I am now having some awesome puttanesca inspired by a recipe I found on with Wiki cookbook. I even broke the bank to get some kalamata olives. They are one of my big weaknesses. Oh, and I made some spinach (I feel I need the iron) with balsamic vinegar as a side.
I cook too much food every time I make a meal. Old habits die hard and I'm used to cooking for 7 instead of one. So my meals tend to suffice for lunch and dinner. I have been pigging out since becoming vegan because nobody else in the house eats my food anymore. I used to stop eating when the food was gone, but now there seems to be more than enough food left over from one meal and I end up eating it all somehow.

bryzee86
Jul 18th, 2007, 11:32 AM
oooh, where would a person find something like that..apart from gripped in your hand??

I got it from Whole foods market in Kensington. Fresh and wild and loads of independent health stores sell them though. As might veganstore.

Blue moon
Jul 18th, 2007, 03:03 PM
so far...

Scheese spread & wafers
Pineapple & banana juice
blackcurrant squash
tofu peices in a wrap with brown sauce - way too much of that, feel a bit sick now:confused:

No doubt the usual choc-fest will happen later:p

jamboxrock
Jul 18th, 2007, 03:34 PM
yesterday...

breakfast: cheerios w/ blueberries & ricemilk

lunch: sandwich of wheat flatbread, grilled eggplant, golden zucchini, baby bella mushrooms & red onion, basil leaves, roasted red pepper/avocado/basil aioli

snack: a couple french fries, smoothie (mango, pineapple, ricemilk), coffee w/ f.v. soy creamer

dinner: salad (napa cabbage, broccoli, cucumber, shredded carrot, balsamic vinaigrette), half a tofutti pan pizza

philfox
Jul 18th, 2007, 04:45 PM
today so far:
banana
blackcurrant tea
handful carrot sticks
left overs from last night (rice, sweetcorn, beans, lentils, cougette, mushrooms, onion all mixed in with a tin of tomatoes and some spices, nice, kind of a chilli with the rice in it)
2 ryvitas with homemade aubergine and lentil pate
a random slice of vegan cheese that needed eating so i could wash the tub ;)

i havent even had tea yet, sigh i'll never start this diet, on the bright side i've done an hours keep fit session today so not too terrible...