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bryzee86
Feb 28th, 2008, 03:30 PM
I'm imagining thinly slice potatoes and perhaps a bit of cheezley would got well on top of this whilst it's baking.

JC
Feb 28th, 2008, 03:33 PM
oh god yeah!!! damn, wish i'd have thought of that before. i was also thinking at the time, maybe a mix of crushed crisps, breadcrumbs and cheezly, to make like a crispy topping, but i couldn't be bothered with that. oh, and i used this mini casserole dish instead of a loaf tin, so i didn't need to grease it. and it made just enough for 1 person. perfect! :)

TheAlterEgo
Feb 28th, 2008, 03:53 PM
I had toast and banana for breakfast and I've since eaten two vegan cheese and pickle sandwiches that my mummy made for me this morning. Yummy!

emzy1985
Feb 28th, 2008, 05:05 PM
JC - I have tried this baked bean bake and it was SCRUMMY!

JC
Feb 28th, 2008, 05:47 PM
ooh yay! i'm going to make it all the time now, it's so easy :D i was surprised by how much it didn't taste like baked beans (but don't get me wrong, i lurrrve baked beans. and i feel really sorry for countries that don't have them :( )

emzy1985
Feb 28th, 2008, 06:06 PM
ooh yay! i'm going to make it all the time now, it's so easy :D i was surprised by how much it didn't taste like baked beans (but don't get me wrong, i lurrrve baked beans. and i feel really sorry for countries that don't have them :( )

What countries don't have baked beans? :eek::eek::eek:

cornishdreadhead
Feb 28th, 2008, 06:22 PM
Mmmm I just had a massive baked potato with cheezley and branston pickle! Hahah what a fatty! I thought I'd treat myself though cos Im gonna go swimming in a bit and burn some off! :D....
...I hope I don't drown.

AprilLooWho
Feb 28th, 2008, 09:09 PM
I had flax waffles for breakfast, and just had a bowl of Amy's black bean soup for lunch. Oh yeah and an apple!

JC
Feb 28th, 2008, 09:23 PM
What countries don't have baked beans? :eek::eek::eek:

loads! i know italy doesn't cause i'll have a placement there in a few years and will be seriously deprived, i don't know how i'll survive! and my french penpal has never even heard of them. she's coming over in a couple of weeks, but i'm not sure it's fair to introduce them to her if she won't be able to have them again... :rolleyes:

get this from wiki france...

''Les baked beans sont des haricots (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haricot) blancs cuits dans uns sauce tomate (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sauce_tomate) aromatisée. C’est un plat typique du petit déjeuner anglais (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petit_d%C3%A9jeuner_anglais).
Ils se mangent souvent avec du pain (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pain) de mie frit ou grillé (baked beans on toast, ou simplement beans on toast). Les Britanniques les mangent aussi avec des pommes de terre au four (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pomme_de_terre_au_four), du bacon (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacon) ou des saucisses (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saucisse), et quelquefois sur les pizzas (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pizza).
Les baked beans sont très populaires parce qu’on peut les fabriquer (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabrication) et les acheter à peu de frais. Au Royaume-Uni (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royaume-Uni), par exemple, on peut acheter une boîte du baked beans pour moins de £0,10 (environ 0,14€), mais quelques marques de produits biologiques peuvent la facturer jusqu'à £1,50 (environ 2,20€).
Selon la légende (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%A9gende), les marins auraient apporté le cassoulet (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cassoulet) du sud de la France (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/France) en Angleterre. Différentes recettes de haricots se seraient melangées pour donner les baked beans.
En Angleterre (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angleterre), la marque commerciale de baked beans la plus célèbre est Heinz (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinz), et le produit s’appelle "Baked Beanz". Ce nom fait référence au slogan « Beanz Meanz Heinz », réalisé aux années 1960 (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ann%C3%A9es_1960), lors d’une campagne de publicité particulièrement marquante.''



'A typical dish from the english breakfast'?? And it only mentions England as a place that sells baked beans...does that mean you don't get them anywhere else?! :eek: Do they sell them in America and Canada? omg, if they don't, that's a travesty!!!

missbettie
Feb 28th, 2008, 09:49 PM
not to worry we have baked beans here. :)

MicheleNZ
Feb 28th, 2008, 09:58 PM
not to worry we have baked beans here. :)
We have them here in New Zealand too. Yummo. We use Whole Earth organic baked beans which I *think* are made in the UK.
:)
Mmmm. I think I will have them for lunch.

MicheleNZ
Feb 28th, 2008, 10:06 PM
Witchymagic, your menu sounds delicious! My daughter now wants me to source GF pastry!
:)
Yesterday, I ate:

B - Carrot and melon juice.

L - Tomatoes on GF whole grain organic rice bread, toasted.

D - Rice with a mexican bean thingy in top (kidney, haricot beans, organic chopped tomatoes, chillis from the garden, onions, broccoli, herbs etc.)

S - Bananas. "Iron juice," orange juice with a sachet of Spatone (water from a spring in Wales that has a high iron content.) Hot chocolate made with Daogoba Organic hot choc and rice milk.

ellaminnowpea
Feb 28th, 2008, 11:51 PM
S - Bananas. "Iron juice," orange juice with a sachet of Spatone (water from a spring in Wales that has a high iron content.)

This sounds really interesting! I've never heard of this kind of thing before.

ellaminnowpea
Feb 28th, 2008, 11:57 PM
Today was healthier:

B: 1/3c rolled oats cooked in water + 1/2 tbsp ground flaxseeds

L: medium coffee -- South American, organic, hand ground over clover coffee mmmmm :p + luna bar

S: 4 vegan fortune cookies (at work lol) + mango

D: stirfry -- carrots, bok choy, spinach, red bell pepper, tomatoes, broccoli, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts, mushrooms, baby corn, edamame, peanuts, a lil' garlic

S2: large coffee (studying late again) :rolleyes:

MicheleNZ
Feb 29th, 2008, 01:42 AM
This sounds really interesting! I've never heard of this kind of thing before.

My naturopath put me on it. I have a chronic illness related anaemia and very low ferritin. It works a treat and doesn't hurt my tum. It tastes foul tho, and so I put it in orange juice. :) It is the only iron supplement that works for me.

Here are the links to it. http://www.spatone.com/en.php?section=home and http://www.spatoneshop.co.uk/home.php

:D

fondducoeur
Feb 29th, 2008, 02:44 AM
Yesterday:
maple granola bar
thai vegetable sushi roll with peanuts, avocado roll, inari
miso soup
couscous with tomatoes, carrots, and steamed broccoli
baked tofu
lots of booze- it was my birthday:)

Today:
black bean soup in a sourdough bread bowl
baked potato chips
rising moon olive and artichoke ravioli with tomato sauce and nutritional yeast
steamed broccoli with lemon juice
calcium fortified orange juice

might have a larabar for a snack later

jamboxrock
Feb 29th, 2008, 03:39 AM
breakfast: grits w/ soymilk, oj, apricot vanilla white tea

lunch: buffalo tempeh wrap (multigrain wrap, tempeh wingz, lettuce, tomato, buffalo sauce, ranch), cucumber, carrot & celery w/ more ranch, sugarplum spice tea

snack: banana, mixed nuts

dinner: spelt spaghetti marinara w/ almond parmesan, broccoli florets w/ goddess dressing, chocolate chips

before bed: diet partner tea

Roxy
Feb 29th, 2008, 06:57 AM
My naturopath put me on it. I have a chronic illness related anaemia and very low ferritin. It works a treat and doesn't hurt my tum. It tastes foul tho, and so I put it in orange juice. :) It is the only iron supplement that works for me.

Here are the links to it. http://www.spatone.com/en.php?section=home and http://www.spatoneshop.co.uk/home.php

:D

I use Spatone too, around the time when I am due to donate blood. I agree, it tastes bloody awful! Kind of like blood. AND yes, lol, I know what blood tastes like because I've nicked my finger by accident before and sucked it. Sounds gross lol.

Mystic
Feb 29th, 2008, 10:49 AM
- oatmeal, green tea
- apple, strawberries
- mashed potato, 6 corn thins
- 6 rice cakes
- butterbean & herb soup w/ bread

JC
Feb 29th, 2008, 12:36 PM
breakfast: grits w/ soymilk, oj, apricot vanilla white tea

lunch: buffalo tempeh wrap (multigrain wrap, tempeh wingz, lettuce, tomato, buffalo sauce, ranch), cucumber, carrot & celery w/ more ranch, sugarplum spice tea

snack: banana, mixed nuts

dinner: spelt spaghetti marinara w/ almond parmesan, broccoli florets w/ goddess dressing, chocolate chips

before bed: diet partner tea

what's 'grits'? :confused:

bryzee86
Feb 29th, 2008, 04:30 PM
JC - i think it's a kind of porridge made with cornmeal insyead of oats.

Aradia
Feb 29th, 2008, 04:39 PM
Branflakes for brekkie

Hot and sour chickpeas (with cumin, ginger, coriander, cinnamon, chilli, lemon juice) and saffron rice

Oats soaked in soya milk with grated apple, sultanas, cinnamon and a slodge of maple syrup for dinner

scarlett
Feb 29th, 2008, 04:41 PM
My naturopath put me on it. I have a chronic illness related anaemia and very low ferritin. It works a treat and doesn't hurt my tum. It tastes foul tho, and so I put it in orange juice. :) It is the only iron supplement that works for me.

Here are the links to it. http://www.spatone.com/en.php?section=home and http://www.spatoneshop.co.uk/home.php

:D

I have chronic anaemia/very low ferritin too - I may give this a go :) Every iron supplement I've tried has made my stomach really bad. Hoepfully it'll work as I hate feeling like this !

Skylark
Feb 29th, 2008, 06:53 PM
Add to the day before yesterday like two bites of weetabix with Sainsburys Unsweetened Soya Milk...had to throw the rest away because it was so gross. Yet to find a soy milk I like that isn't sweetened...darn my sweet tooth.

Yesterday:

Mixed Berry Trek Bar
Banana x2

Haricot bean salad (haricot beans, carrot, tomato, cucumber) w/red pepper dressing
Salt & Vinegar Soy Crisps
Banana

Apple
Mixed Berry Trek Bar

Tagine (chickpeas, aubergine, carrots, tomatoes, tomato puree)

Tea with oat milk x1

JC
Mar 1st, 2008, 12:18 AM
Skylark, have you tried alpro soya light? i think its sweeter than the sweetened versions :D

p.s. where do you buy soy crisps from?