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cornishdreadhead
Feb 21st, 2008, 10:30 AM
i've just looked on their website - they do have a peach and mango yoghurt - it's in a multipack with red cherry :p


Haha yes I found this in Tesco's yesterday! SCORE!! :D

Anik
Feb 21st, 2008, 11:45 AM
B: natural meusli w/ rice milk & mixed berries on top
green tea

S: apple

L: Starbucks venti Iced lite soy latte

S: apple & some raw veges (carrot,celery,snowpeas,snakebeans)

D: broccolli & snakebean stirfry w/ lots of garlic & steamed pumpkin w/ chilli soy sauce

2.5L water

aubergine
Feb 21st, 2008, 02:28 PM
Breakfast - Large bowl of Apricot Wheats with Oatmilk - Hot

Lunch - Crisps, 'Thin Lizzie' Sandwich consisting of smoked tofu, chilli jam, mixed bean sprouts, and rocket on wholemeal bread.

Later on I'll be having an Apple.

flying plum
Feb 21st, 2008, 02:28 PM
today:

b - porridge made with rice milk and vanilla, with almonds, hazelnuts and ground flax

l - falafel wrap with houmous, tomato and lettuce

s - piece of raspberry chocolate cake that i made on tues and is disappearing quickly...

dinner - not sure, haven't had it yet :D and have no food in the house :o

amanda

JC
Feb 21st, 2008, 02:52 PM
Haha yes I found this in Tesco's yesterday! SCORE!! :D

score indeed!! let me know what they're like. and omg have you seen the light yoghurts?! pineapple/passionfruit and raspberry/blackberry - wow! i really hope that there's a supermarket near me that stocks them, but doubtful :rolleyes:

Skylark
Feb 21st, 2008, 06:39 PM
Mixed Berry Trek Bar
Banana

HUGE salad (beetroot, lettuce, cucmber, tomato, carrot) with borlotti bean hummus

Apple
Peach/Pear Soy Yoghurt

Couscous salad with broccoli, butternut squash, asparagus, pomegranate seeds, roasted pumpkin seeds w/a lemon & herb dressing.

Melon
Strawberry/banana soy yoghurt

elve
Feb 21st, 2008, 06:46 PM
I ate rubbish today - toast and jam for breakfast, crisps, seaweed nuts, fry's cream bar and nairn's fruity biscuits when I got in from shopping - am now eating a 'sausage' sandwich as son is having dinner at his dad's and I can't be bothered cooking for one (should I say making washing up for one! :D)

Great 'sausage' though - made by my own fair hands and eaten hot yesterday with roasties, veg, gravy and cranberry sauce - and great leftovers cold in sandwiches :)

easy peasy if you want to make it - packet (170g) sage & onion stuffing, hydrated with either soya mince or crumbled tofu, and 100g ground almonds, spread about 2cm thick and baked in a greased dish for 20mins at 200 degrees - yum :)

JC
Feb 21st, 2008, 07:02 PM
B: apple, oat milk
L: fruit salad, strawberry soya yogurt, oat milk
D: cuppa soup, apple

(breaking a fast)

pavotrouge
Feb 21st, 2008, 09:22 PM
huh, funny, alpro's used to be the only soy yoghurt available in Germany until a few weeks ago (now I've spotted the French Sojadé at some stores) :)

today was a healthy and tasty day for a change:

1 banana

2 slices homemade multiseed bread with Bärlauch paste and tomato slices

3 onigiri with sesame furikake
miso soup with tofu and wakame (I <3 wakame!)

1 cinnamon roll

huge salad with baby spinach, tomatoes, sunflower seeds and mushrooms
gyoza with seitan/mushroom/leek stuffing

some almond chocolate

JC
Feb 21st, 2008, 09:26 PM
i'm not entirely sure that sojade is vegan - does anyone know for definite?

Est
Feb 21st, 2008, 09:31 PM
My missing food (see bento thread) is no longer in my friend's fridge 20 mins from my house, it's in a fridge at my OH's workpkace 45 mins from my house :mad:

So I woke up cold, achey and hungry with nothing to eat :mad:

* 8 am arrive at work *

B - Banana (somewhat aged)

* Walk 20 mins to Sainsburys for weekend food shop *

* Walk 25 mins to health food shop for essential extras like chocolate *

L - 2 bagels with an old tofutti herb and chive spread from the very back of the work fridge. 1 pack of paprika Whole Earth crisps (very nice). 1 Alpro Soy banana milkshake. 1 Alpro Soy strawberry milkshake (I like 'em :rolleyes: )

D - 1 bagel with caramelised onion hummous (YUMMY), 1 garlic rice cracker, 1 miso rice cracker

@ elve - I've made a note of your sausage recipe, it sounds nice!

pavotrouge
Feb 21st, 2008, 09:32 PM
I know that some vegan online stores in Germany that are very strict about checking what's vegan and what's not sell it , so I assumed it was vegan ?_?

JC
Feb 21st, 2008, 10:04 PM
oh, well it must be then. it's just on the label, it only says approved by the vegetarian society, and i always wonder why the vegan society haven't approved it too. hmm...

Skylark
Feb 21st, 2008, 11:06 PM
Mixed Berry Trek Bar
Banana

Fruit salad (melon and apple)

Cannellini Bean, tomato, carrot and cucumber salad with a balsamic dressing
Packet of Lemon & Black Pepper Oatcakes

Mixed Berry Trek Bar
Bowl of Fruit & Fibre with oat milk

Stir-fry (Smoked tofu, rice noodles, carrot, baby corn, sugar snap peas, homemade sweet & sour sauce)

Tea with oat milk x1

So much for healthy eating...came home starving and depressed, hence the trek bar/cereal binge. I've said it before and I'll say it again, I wish I could survive on the amounts other people here have but I have zilcho willpower and a bottomless pit of a stomach *sigh*

vegankiss
Feb 21st, 2008, 11:16 PM
i'm trying to manage my debts at the moment, so...

breakfast... porridge
lunch... marmalade sandwiches and an apple (wtf am i? Paddington Bear?)
dinner... plate of boiled rice and leftover swedish glace ice cream

lmao! :D

Lisa x

ellaminnowpea
Feb 22nd, 2008, 12:16 AM
Skylark, I wouldn't worry about comparing your meal plan with another forum member's. Everyone has different calorie needs and goals, so maybe what you're eating is what you actually need! I doubt that you would have eaten the cereal if you didn't need it. I feel sad when people feel bad about their food or think they eat too much. Your day sounds healthy!! :)

Vegankiss, Is Paddington Bear a kids story? I vaguely remember it but didn't remember him eating marmalade sandwiches...:p

bryzee86
Feb 22nd, 2008, 12:22 AM
Vegankiss, Is Paddington Bear a kids story? I vaguely remember it but didn't remember him eating marmalade sandwiches...:p

:eek: that's his trademark!!

ellaminnowpea
Feb 22nd, 2008, 12:26 AM
Busy day today! I didn't have much time to eat and I'm not hungry.... At least I'll get some veggies in:

B: mango -- last one :(
L: banana + two medium half-caf. coffees (at work)
D: trying to eat some stirfry right now -- bok choy, spinach, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, edamame, mushrooms, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, peanuts, red bell pepper in a ginger soy sauce

ellaminnowpea
Feb 22nd, 2008, 12:28 AM
:eek: that's his trademark!!
Oh hehe, well I guess I"ll have to catch up on all the kids stories I missed growing up. Paddington Bear sounds so cute!:p

Anik
Feb 22nd, 2008, 07:58 AM
B: three bean mix with steamed sweet potato in a tomato/curry sauce
green tea

S: 2x kiwi fruit, diet coke

L: carro & celery sticks

D: tabouli w/ grilled eggplant strips

2Lwater

Tigerlily
Feb 22nd, 2008, 08:24 AM
#1:
Cup of tea
Strawberry soy yogurt

#2:
Salad (lots of veggies and chickpeas) with French dressing and lime wedges
Bowl of cereal with soy milk
Glass of calcium-rich orange juice

#3:
Cup of veggie chili
Cup of chocolate soy milk
A few poppadoms
Bowl of grapes

#4:
Cup of green tea
Cinnamon-raisin bagel with soy cream cheese
A few crackers/cookies

Cup'O'Tea
Feb 22nd, 2008, 03:28 PM
Yesterday...
5 bananas
1/2 cantoloupe
Asian Pear
Blueberries
10 soaked almonds

Salad of: Avacado, broccoli, kale, mixed greens, orange peppers, red onion, red cabbage, sprouted lentils, olive oil, vinegar, black pepper, cucumber, tomato.

Celery and Cucumber.
Black coffees and water.

ellaminnowpea
Feb 22nd, 2008, 10:29 PM
Today:

B: 1/4c rolled oats cooked in water + 1/2 tbsp ground flaxseeds
L: two luna bars, large Peet's Fair Trade coffee
S: 30 baby carrots + 2 tbsp hummus
D: 1.5c leftover SA meal -- organic quinoa + black beans + diced tomatoes
S: 1/2c rolled oats cooked in water + 1/2 tbsp ground flaxseeds + 3 tbsp PB
.... then going to party -- so 8 shots?:o

snivelingchild
Feb 23rd, 2008, 02:44 AM
.......Today....:
L:tofurky slice, lettuce & tomato on Ezekial
S: ...almost a whole bag of expired barbeque beets & blues taro chips:o:o
D: leftover green soup w/ zucchini, bell pepper, broccoli, cauliflower, kale etc.
rice pliaf
....and gluten free brownies by Bob's red mill :o I feel guilty, but I found it open on the shelf at work (not OPEN, but it wasn't sealed all the way). What was I supposed to do other than bring them home and make them?

By the way, has anyone else ever eaten at Bob's red mill restaurant in Portland? Mmmmm....vegan pancakes & waffles...:D

emzy1985
Feb 23rd, 2008, 02:59 AM
BREAKFAST:

Bananna, peach and unsweetened soya milk smoothie

LUNCH:

Two wholemeal rolls filled with avocado, tomato, iceberg lettuce, cheating chicken slices and garlic mayo!!

DINNER:

Pizza-Toast - two slices of wholemeal toast with tomato puree, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes and cheezly grilled for a few minutes.

Packet of corn chips