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caela
Nov 27th, 2007, 10:46 PM
So far today ...

Breakfast: 1/4 cup of almonds and 1/2 liter of water
Lunch: 2 avocado rolls, 2 pieces of king mushroom sushi, and a big bowl of edamame. All washed down with an iced tea.

Still ahead ...
an apple
leftover stuffed pumpkin with mashed tatties & gravy (from thanksgiving)
a bite of chocolate

applepie
Nov 27th, 2007, 11:28 PM
no time for cooking, basically just food on the go.

coffee + soy milk
porridge oats, cranberries, apple + soy milk

wholewheat pita filled with hummus + lettuce
banana, 2 tangerines
coffee

ryebread with yeast extract + tomato slices
carrot + celeriac salad
marzipan chocolate

Stine
Nov 27th, 2007, 11:33 PM
B: Porridge
L: Ryebread one with tomatoe and vegan mayo and one with lentil meatballs
D: Stirfry with brusselsprouts, squash, leeks, tofu, mushrooms and soy sauce
S: Corn snacks, candy, coke (Not the best snacks usualy eats healthier)

emmy
Nov 27th, 2007, 11:40 PM
spaghetti with chunky veg and Meridien sun dired tomato sauce (it wasn't very god - I won't be getting it again)


i like that sauce, but i always add lots of rocket to it last minute, and top with pine nuts. it's a bit bland otherwise.

i can't believe i'm reading so many people saying "coffee with soy milk" - how on earth do you manage it?!

today i have had a small bowl of cornflakes with soy milk, plus indian take-out (veggie rogan josh with some chips). i've eaten more today than i think i have in the past week combined :eek::)

RubyDuby
Nov 27th, 2007, 11:48 PM
i can't believe i'm reading so many people saying "coffee with soy milk" - how on earth do you manage it?!

Whaddaya mean?

soy latte.
banana.
bean burrito with onions, salsa, lime juice.
root beer.
chips with salsa.
giant bowl of cooked spinach with earth balance and vinegar.

Klytemnest
Nov 28th, 2007, 01:55 AM
Well, let me tell ya... Every time I go to Whole Foods I try to buy something new. Today I bought a new (to me) grain, called Teff. Anyone heard of it? It's the smallest grain in the world. I followed the instructions on the package: simmer half a cup of teff in 2 cups of water for 15-20 minutes. Oh, it's yummy! It's got this nutty, bitterish taste that kind of reminds me of the aroma of freshly ground flax seeds. The package suggested adding raisins, dates and/or honey. I didn't any of those, so I decided to chop up some Granny Smith apple and mix it in. Yum! And then I decided to make some cranberry sauce and add it to the mixture. Yum Yum!

Oh, how I love being a vegan. Not only is it good for you, it's fun!

I can't wait to make it again.

Klytemnest
Nov 28th, 2007, 02:18 AM
Do you guys like orzo? I'm crazy about it! Last night I made it for my mom and she loved it.

Here is what I do. I dissolve cube of vegan bouillion in 1.75 cups of boiling water. Then I add a mixture of orzo and red lentils (washed and rinsed, of course). I reduce the heat to medium low. It's all ready in just about 7 minutes. During the 7 minutes, I chop up some leaks or green onions, kale, mushrooms, cashews (or pine nuts) and sautee them all with some vegan butter. I add a couple of Boca vegan burgers, broken into small pieces, to the mixture.

And there you have it. It's yummy! Plus, it's high in protein, fiber, complex carbs, calcium (from the kale), and monounsaturated fats. The vegan bouillion is a little high in salt, but hey, I don't care. I could use the low-salt bouillion, but I know myself, I'd end up adding salt anyway...

diannerd
Nov 28th, 2007, 02:34 AM
Peanut butter sandwich
Vegetable medley garden crisp crackers
Roasted sunflower kernels
mandarin oranges
Lentil soup
and perhaps some rum in the near distant future

emmy
Nov 28th, 2007, 04:41 AM
Whaddaya mean?


i can't add soy milk to coffee without it curdling. i buy dairy-free coffee whitener instead but it is too expensive to nurture a coffee addiction this way!

tipsy
Nov 28th, 2007, 04:58 AM
i always drink soy in my coffee... i dont really care if it curdles, i just stirr it more if it does.

coffee with soy :D
& an apple

for lunch i had thai leftovers again
and a cliff bar

some garlic bread

bowl of cereal

salad with salsa as dressing

Roxy
Nov 28th, 2007, 06:38 AM
Well, let me tell ya... Every time I go to Whole Foods I try to buy something new. Today I bought a new (to me) grain, called Teff. Anyone heard of it?

I've never heard of it. I'm thinking of going over to Wholefoods (on the other side of the city) next week, so I'll have a look for it there.

Tonight we went out for dinner and I had a Portobello Mushroom Burger. It was very plain and bland - I could've made better myself at home. The sweet potato fries that came with it were REALLY good though!! I also had a Mojito to drink :)

Then because they didn't have any vegan desserts, we went to different restaurant for dessert. I had a soy Mocha late and a piece of vegan chocolate raspberry cake. Yum!

Mystic
Nov 28th, 2007, 07:29 AM
- Plain Oatmeal. 2 cups of Green Tea.
- Banana, Pear
- Bowl of Plain Brown Rice, a Few Pita Triangles
- Freshly squeezed citrus juice
- Butterbean Soup w/ a piece of Pita Bread

thecatspajamas1
Nov 28th, 2007, 07:34 AM
1 samosa
2 gohbi parathas
cup of soymilk
head of cauliflower cooked with coconut oil
curry noodles with dahl
an orange

emzy1985
Nov 28th, 2007, 09:20 AM
BREAKFAST:

veg bacon, 2herby veg sausages, baked beans and some potato waffles

LUNCH:

Naked raw bar and some orange juice

DINNER:

Linda Mc Pie and chips

(woah such an unhealthy day :eek:)

Frosty
Nov 28th, 2007, 11:29 AM
Yesterday:
Lunch
Two pitta breads with hummous, rocket and cucumber.
Dinner
A clementine

scarlett
Nov 28th, 2007, 03:49 PM
I am going to end up a heffalump if I keep eating as much rubbish as I have been !

Yesterday:
Weetabix
2 slices toast with yeast extract
2 bagels with yeast extract
Chocolate marzipan bar
3 squares mint chocolate
Soya mince pie, sweet potato, broccoli, sweetcorn, caulifower, carrot

Today, so far:
Bran flakes
1 slice toast with yeast extract

Later will have:
veggie dunkers, potato wedges, gherkins :o

jamboxrock
Nov 28th, 2007, 05:52 PM
Heffalump, hehehe.

Yesterday...

breakfast: coco krispies w/ rice milk, half a grapefruit

snack: celery & pb

lunch: stuffing, green beans, wheat crackers w/ roasted butternut squash dip

snack: strawberries, coffee w/ f.v. soy creamer

dinner: veggies & thickened broth over brown rice

snack: popcorn, diet partner tea

Klytemnest
Nov 28th, 2007, 06:39 PM
Well, let me tell ya... Every time I go to Whole Foods I try to buy something new. Today I bought a new (to me) grain, called Teff. Anyone heard of it?

Here is the nutritional information for uncooked Teff:

http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts-C00001-01c22h3.html

It seems that it is a very good source of fiber, calcium and especially iron!

I made it again this morning. I sweetened it with Stevia and added apple and cranberry sauce. Delish! And the good thing is, it does not leave me feeling hungry, like oatmeal. It ain't cheap - the package I bought at Whole Foods was over $5. But hey, variety is the spice of life, n'est-ce pas?

Joeybee
Nov 28th, 2007, 08:10 PM
BREAKFAST:

Bowl of chocolate porridge.

LUNCH:

3 Bourbon biscuits.
Pitta filled with carmelised onions, home made houmous and lettuce.
Soya Yoghurt.

DINNER:

Linda McCartney country pie with veg.

Some more bourbons.

And hopefully there will be more to come later on. I am proud of myself today, this is the most I have eaten in one day for about a month or so :)

RubyDuby
Nov 28th, 2007, 08:57 PM
coffee w soy milk
english muffin with avocado, tomato, soysage
fries/chips w seasoning salt and ketchup (try to avoid such things, but couldnt resist)

for lunch/dinner I bought a pint of split pea soup which i will eat with ww rolls, and pint of silk soy chai.

(joeybee- i thought u were witchy at 1st with the purpleness :))

Joeybee
Nov 28th, 2007, 08:59 PM
Yeah I actually meant to write in burgandy but somehow did the wrong colour...oops!

ivandurago
Nov 28th, 2007, 09:11 PM
Breakfast - orange juice
Lunch - Burritos (black/pinto beans, rice, salsa, spinach/lettuce) and cranberry juice
Dinner - we will have to see :confused:

applepie
Nov 28th, 2007, 09:40 PM
coffee + soy milk
porridge oats, apple, cranberries + soy milk

wholewheat pitta filled with hummus, lettuce + tomato slices
2 carrots

2 tangerines

curried rice with broccoli + banana

pavotrouge
Nov 28th, 2007, 11:26 PM
today:

leftover thai coconut curry with rice

1 apple

1 banana

waaay to many lime-olive oil and coconut cookies

spaghetti with beanballs

Kevin2
Nov 29th, 2007, 01:57 AM
b: wheat waffles

l: red apple, 1/2 avocado, kiwifruit

d: salad (spinach, iceberg,romaine, green & red bell peppers, tomato, red onion, olives, avocado, red vinegar)
risotto (veg bullion, fennel, garlic, yellow onion, oregano, shrooms)