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brighteyed
Oct 15th, 2007, 04:15 PM
I need to eat more so its great to see what you eat Aphrodite, it lets me see what a healthy vegan meal plan looks like (:

anyway, yesterday i had:

B- some kashi w/almond milk
plum
tea
L- luna bar
apple
S- few dates
some almond milk w/ protein powder (heated like hot chocolate...yummy)
D- tofu w/ soy sauce
portobello mushroom cap
steamed veggies
1/2 c. veggie soup
S- tea, some soy milk

My college has very few vegan options :(

foxytina_69
Oct 15th, 2007, 04:16 PM
lol i can feel aphrodite laughing when she reads that LOL.

you eat very healthy for having few options brighteyed!

to add to my yesterday list, i just had some tomato soup. (i count it as yesterday because i havent slept yet so technically its still sunday to me)

brighteyed
Oct 15th, 2007, 04:47 PM
haha thanks, I'm trying. It's just not calorically sufficient (I counted under 600 yesterday..very bad..) so I need to up it majorly. I'm trying to find ways to do that without getting stuffed. I guess there's always tofutti :)

herbwormwood
Oct 15th, 2007, 05:42 PM
I think vegans need to eat larger quantities of food than omnis or lacto ovo veggies because fruit and vegetables contain fewer calories and are often not so high in protein.
Today I ate cornflakes with vanilla soya milk,
I had a large salad for lunch with Udo's choice, veggie mayonnaise engevita flakes, cider vinegar and herbamare, with a soup of miso and marigold boillion,
I had a small snack of almonds and roasted channa dal,
and for tea I will have leftover chilli with brown rice.
It was made with carrots, red pepper, arame seaweed, onions, kidney beans, quinoa, carob powder, hemp flour, sweetcorn, jalapenos, green beans, tomatoes, vegetable oil and marigold stock powder.
Edit:I did eat this chilli & rice but it looked a bit small so I added a ripe avocado and a large fresh tomato and some engevita flakes after I had re-heated it.

BlackCats
Oct 15th, 2007, 05:57 PM
Ha ha Foxy, I did laugh at that as it goes, yes I am not usually known for being a healthy eater - more like a human dustbin.:o:D

Brighteyed - look at herbwormwood's daily intake, that is much healthier than mine.

foxytina_69
Oct 15th, 2007, 06:02 PM
i dont think youre a bad eater at all aphrodite, i just know you always say things like that about yourself about how you ate healthy but will eat crap or something along those lines and i thought youd get a kick out of it. really though you eat a lot better than i do LOL. i used to be such a bad eater that i would skip everything else altogether so i could eat a whole huge bag of chips!

herbwormwood, i agree 100%!!!

emzy1985
Oct 15th, 2007, 06:21 PM
BREAKFAST:

Baked beans with two wholemeal toast slices, spread with pure and vegimite. (Cut them into triangles and scooped the beans up!)

LUNCH:

Two apples

3 wholemeal rolls - jam, vegimite and one with just pure and ketchup

DINNER:

Crispy rock mock sweet chilli duck, wholemeal rice with steamed brocolli, carrots and soy sauce!

(Lots of carbs again today. Just easy when I'm busy I suppose. I complain about carbs because I sit on my arse for 12 hours a day and do hardly any if any at all exercise.)

vava
Oct 15th, 2007, 08:38 PM
herbamare, .
What is this please?:)

RubyDuby
Oct 15th, 2007, 09:10 PM
yesterday:
coffee w soy milk
peanut butter and jelly on a spelt hot dog roll.
water
chips and salsa
pina colada
veggie fajitas, guacamole and flour tortillas
giant bowl of rice and spinach soup (much tastier than it sounds)
2 bottles strawberry white zinf

today:
coffee w soy milk
fried (olive oil, salt and pepper) tofu on 9 grain toast with bbq sauce
big bowl of lentil and barley soup

Tigerlily
Oct 16th, 2007, 12:16 AM
Bowl of cereal (half puffed corn, half Koala Crisp)
Cup of tea

Crackers and tomato slices with hummus
Grapes
Cup of tea

1.5 bowls of cereal

Chick'n burger with all the fixings
Mashed potatoes
Glass of juice
A few cookies for dessert

I don't know what else for an evening snack. Maybe some fruit and/or more tea. I love tea. :)

jamboxrock
Oct 16th, 2007, 04:24 AM
Yesterday was a looooooong travel day from California back to Florida...Ate a combination of what I brought, what they gave us on the plane, and what I could find...

breakfast: mini-wheats w/ soymilk, a tangerine

snack: wheat pita w/ roasted red pepper hummus, salsa flavored chips, pumpkin spice latte w/ soymilk

"lunch": rosemary cracker, two eensy boxes of raisins, mixed nuts, an apple, sprite zero

snack: small handful of gross roasted peanuts

snack: toasted veggie chips, packet of dried mixed fruit

dinner (at almost midnight): two seven layer burritos minus dairy, diet pepsi so I could stay up during the drive home

Tigerlily
Oct 16th, 2007, 04:36 AM
jamboxrock, I'm sorry but I don't think mini-wheats are vegan (the Kellogg's version at least). :o

foxytina_69
Oct 16th, 2007, 04:47 AM
they probably are in the US.

today:

dinner:
-vegan egg mcmuffin (scrambled tofu, vegan sausage, vegan bacon, ketchup, on an english muffin)
-some cracker chip things
-diet green tea drink

oh god i hope this stays down. i havent eaten yet but i am so not feeling good.

jamboxrock
Oct 16th, 2007, 06:14 AM
jamboxrock, I'm sorry but I don't think mini-wheats are vegan (the Kellogg's version at least). :o

Yeah, unfortunately it's possible, although I think I'm okay. They're *organic* frosted mini-wheats, if that's any different. Ingredients are: organic whole wheat , organic evaporated cane juice syrup, natural mixed tocopherols for freshness, reduced iron, niacinamide, zinc oxide, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin b6), riboflavin (vitamin b2), thiamin hydrochloride (vitamin b1), folic acid, vitamin b12.

So yeah, I couldn't be sure without further research, but honestly I was in an unfamiliar grocery store looking for a cereal I could eat and that seemed like the best bet. Thanks for the warning though!

jamboxrock
Oct 16th, 2007, 07:08 AM
today:

breakfast: raisin bran w/ soymilk, oj

lunch: salad (leaf lettuce, cucumber, broccoli, shredded carrot, sprouts, chickpeas, vinaigrette), 5 small breadrolls w/ marinara

snack: mixed nuts, packet of dried tropical fruit

dinner: wakame salad, edamame, veggie roll

snack: salsa flavored chips

RubyDuby
Oct 16th, 2007, 09:49 AM
they probably are in the US.

They arent. They contain geletin. The bf accidentally bought some a few months ago, but apparently the organic ones are ok.

herbwormwood
Oct 16th, 2007, 09:59 AM
What is this please?:)

Herbamare is a substitute for salt made with sea salt, herbs and spices. Google it for what it looks like and where to buy.

Tigerlily
Oct 16th, 2007, 02:47 PM
Yeah, unfortunately it's possible, although I think I'm okay. They're *organic* frosted mini-wheats, if that's any different. Ingredients are: organic whole wheat , organic evaporated cane juice syrup, natural mixed tocopherols for freshness, reduced iron, niacinamide, zinc oxide, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin b6), riboflavin (vitamin b2), thiamin hydrochloride (vitamin b1), folic acid, vitamin b12.

So yeah, I couldn't be sure without further research, but honestly I was in an unfamiliar grocery store looking for a cereal I could eat and that seemed like the best bet. Thanks for the warning though!

Oh okay. :) Just that my mom bought me regular mini wheats once and they had gelatin

foxytina_69
Oct 16th, 2007, 03:13 PM
dinner:
-vegan egg mcmuffin (scrambled tofu, vegan sausage, vegan bacon, ketchup, on an english muffin)
-some cracker chip things
-diet green tea drink


i also had a bowl of scrambled tofu with 1 vegan sausage and 1 vegan bacon strip

BlackCats
Oct 16th, 2007, 04:57 PM
Banana and 3 cups of tea (brr it is cold today)
4 hash browns, 1 veggie sausage, 2 grilled tomatoes and 2 w/m toast

Packet of ready salted crisps

Sweetcorn, peas and greens in chilli and soya cream with noodles:)

Olives, rye crackers and 4 raw carrots with some mayo
2 w/m toast with marmalade

Also I took 6 Brewers Yeast tablets
(I read on net they can be good for getting rid of cold sores, it said peanuts may cause them which is typical as I ordered a big bag of peanuts in my shopping last time.:rolleyes:)

emzy1985
Oct 16th, 2007, 05:02 PM
BREAKFAST:

Baked beans and marmite spread wholemeal toast

LUNCH:

Fruit alpro yoghurt

Bowl of corn flakes with oat milk and flax

DINNER:

Vegan chilli with mahoooosive salad and plenty of spice muhahahaha

Windfall
Oct 16th, 2007, 05:31 PM
tea
oatcakes and almond butter
went to the bar at lunchbreak and had two jack daniels with lemonade
just about a box of german cherry chocolate

..im a picture of health, me! lol

herbwormwood
Oct 16th, 2007, 06:41 PM
Breakfast: Cornflakes with vanilla soya milk.
Lunch: 2 slices Hovis Seed Sensations toast with margarine, natex, engevita flakes, sprouted mustard seeds, and cherry tomatoes, with marigold bouillion and miso soup.
Dinner: 2 large fried fresh tomatoes, a Beanies Olive burger, a bird's eye potato waffle, some taifun graffiti tofu terrine, and some spinach.
Snacks: a grapefruit, almonds and roasted channa dal, some red grapes, an alpro yoghurt.
Drinks: lots of tea with calcium fortified soya milk, yogi choco tea, bambu drink with soya milk, water, and some suma brand blackcurrant and apple cordial.

furrytips
Oct 16th, 2007, 07:42 PM
B: tea and a blueberry muffin
L: chickpea curry, ww pitta bread, chutney and salad
S: choc cornflake cakes x 3
S: a kiwi fruit
D: stirfry tofu, veg and noodles, glass of orange juice

Will probably snack on something else later on

sommy
Oct 16th, 2007, 07:59 PM
B: A banana
Porridge w/ rice milk, sultanas, flax and cinnamon

L: Mashed tofu w/ vegan mayonnaise, pak choi, tomato and alfalfa sprouts in a warm ciabatta

Then I had a snack of an apple and decided to have some peanut butter with it... I ate waaay too much peanut butter and don't feel so good now, so don't think I'll eat anything else today!