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Risker
Mar 13th, 2008, 02:10 AM
I had some of that in Spain about 3 years back, fantastic stuff, it's a bit like eating coal but really addictive, unfortunately when I bought it it had milk in it though.

Yoggy
Mar 13th, 2008, 02:39 AM
Breakfast: half a whole grain bagel with tofutti non-hydrogenated cream cheese

Snack: one double chocolate almond explosion cookie (from Vive Le Vegan). Best cookie EVER.

Snack: some organic banana chips

Lunch: Stir-fry with spicy almond sauce over brown rice noodles. 1 cup frozen strawberries and blueberries. Another double chocolate cookie.

Snack: China black tea with soymilk

Snack: yet another cookie :o (they're SO good!)

Supper: Amy's frozen dinner, Dhal/veggies/rice

ellaminnowpea
Mar 13th, 2008, 03:26 AM
Today:

B: venti coffee

L: salad -- spring mix, tomatoes, shredded carrots, kidney and black beans, grilled mushrooms, red pepper chayote
1 tbsp PB - so random!
zucchini + brown mustard

snacks throughout the day:
mango
banana
12 almonds + 2 brazil nuts
12 oz edensoy soymilk

D: bok choy + red leaf spinach + mushrooms + chickpeas stirfried in garlic and onion

post dinner snack: tons of PB + banana

applepie
Mar 13th, 2008, 04:27 AM
I had some of that in Spain about 3 years back, fantastic stuff, it's a bit like eating coal but really addictive, unfortunately when I bought it it had milk in it though.
Are you sure? As far as I know, the Lindt 99% has always been without milk. Well, basically it's nothing but cocoa. Maybe you had a different brand?

Roxy
Mar 13th, 2008, 04:45 AM
Today:

1 cup of coffee with vanilla soy milk.

2 pieces organic multigrain toast spread with chocolate peanut butter and mashed organic banana.

1 sandwich: 2 pieces wholewheat bread, shredded lettuce, alfalfa sprouts, tomato, cucumber, mustard.
1 small bowl of fruit salad: peaches, watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew melon.
1/2 can Fresca.

1 soy hot chocolate.

1 can Amy's lentil soup.
2 pieces organic multigrain toast with Soy Garden spread.
1 glass of water.

Soon I'm going to have a cup of chai tea with vanilla soy milk and
A Belsoy chocolate pudding cup.

Risker
Mar 13th, 2008, 05:05 AM
Are you sure? As far as I know, the Lindt 99% has always been without milk. Well, basically it's nothing but cocoa. Maybe you had a different brand?

1% of it has to be something else, and part of that 1% was definately milk (or at least a milk product), I remember well because it was not long after I became vegan so I ended up leaving most of it when I realised. They probably do different recipes for each country or it's changed over the years.

snivelingchild
Mar 13th, 2008, 05:48 AM
L - was sick to my stomach at work, and hadn't eaten, so I resorted to a clif builder's bar and an Amy's stir fry cooked....in the microwave! *duh duh duuh!*

I haven't eaten microwaves food for four years. I remembered why (apart from the health issues). It tasted HORRIBLE. I've had it made in the over many times, but this time is was rubbery and hard and gross. Later, 25 buttons brought me aporper lunch.

2nd L - proper stirfry with whole wheat organic noodles, organic veggies (carrots, broccoli, corn, peppers, lima beans), and crumpled up expired organic veggie burgers

S - builder's bar, sparkling apple juice, some saltines (for stomach), and a bite of papaya strips

D - left over stir fry

2nd D - day before grocery day medley; steamed left over organic produce (zicchini, cucumber, broccoli, bell pepper, potato) and organic brown rice.

Tigerlily
Mar 13th, 2008, 05:48 AM
They are milk free here but dark chocolate tastes like poop! :o

Roxy
Mar 13th, 2008, 06:19 AM
And how do you know what poop tastes like?

emzy1985
Mar 13th, 2008, 09:11 AM
BREAKFAST:

Two wholemeal seeded bagels with organic peanut butter and jam

LUNCH:

Falafel, iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, hummus(caramalised onion version!!:D) and some homemade chip shop chips.

DINNER:

Burrito made with pinto beans, salsa, little bit of mince, grated cheezley and a whole avocado mashed up to form gucamole lol

flying plum
Mar 13th, 2008, 03:52 PM
lots of eating out yesterday for my dad's birthday, so:

b- two wholemeal toast with raspberry jam

l - salad at the tate consisting of:
sliced beetroot, watercress, green beans, and soemthing else but i can't remember. possible gem lettuce. sounds basic, but was actually really tasty (and quite large, too).

snack - um...chips. i knew where we were going in the evening and thought i'd better stock up!

d - gem lettuce and walnut salad to start. chopped tasty tomatoes, fennel and steamed spinach for main (too small, see below for comment) and pinapple with pomegrante parfait for dessert.

the restaurant for dinner was called J Sheeky, in covent garden. it's a fish restaurant owned by the same group that own the Ivy. they do have a veg and vegan menu, however the vegan options (as you can see, apart from dessert, which was lovely) are very lacking in...well, anything. it's weird, because the vegetarian options are really quite substantial.

it's the second time i've been there (tis my dad's favourite restaurant), and i'm thinking of writing them an email, just saying i'm grateful that they offer options, but really they are not nutritious enough and wildly overpriced. what do people think?

amanda

BlackCats
Mar 13th, 2008, 04:40 PM
It does sound a tad stingy there Amanda.:rolleyes: No rice, pasta, potatoes or anything. That would not fill me up at all but then I'm greedy.;)

So far today I have had:

Two wholemeal toast with two mashed bananas on top
Green tea
Some unsalted cashew nuts
Bowl of homemade leek and potato soup

bryzee86
Mar 13th, 2008, 05:34 PM
1% of it has to be something else, and part of that 1% was definately milk (or at least a milk product), I remember well because it was not long after I became vegan so I ended up leaving most of it when I realised. They probably do different recipes for each country or it's changed over the years.

I think with Lindt it's a "may contain traces" jobby. And we've been through the fact that you don't eat that kind of thing before.

Skylark
Mar 13th, 2008, 07:36 PM
Two slices wholemeal bread w/tahini & strawberry jam
Banana

Pinto bean salad (pinto beans, lettuce, tomatoes, carrot, cucumber, peppers, celery) w/red pepper dressing
Two slices wholemeal bread w/olive spread
Salt & Vinegar Soy crisps

Apple
Alpro Vanilla Soy Dessert

Lentil Stew (red lentils, courgettes, carrots, mushrooms)

Two weetabix w/oat milk

Tea w/oat milk x1

ellaminnowpea
Mar 13th, 2008, 08:33 PM
Today I'm just at home doing some studying so I'll probably eat a ton!:

B: 1/4c rolled oats cooked in water + 1 medium banana + 1/2 tbsp ground flaxseeds + large organic, fair trade coffee

S1: 8 medium strawberries

L: 1.5c lentils + 3c red spinach leaves + 3 tbsp salsa + 8 oz. organic, non GMO soymilk

S2: 2 oranges + 12 almonds

D: 1/2 hummus sandwich - 12 grain bread + 1 tbsp tomato basil hummus + 1/2 sliced zucchini
mixed bowl - 1c lentils + 1/2 medium tomato + 1 tbsp mustard

S3: spice and orange tea

applepie
Mar 13th, 2008, 10:19 PM
coffee + rice milk
soy yogurt, granola + banana

seeded bread, tapenade, rocket + tomato slices

carrots dipped in soy sauce (it's not as disgusting as it sounds!)

sweet and sour tofu, wild rice + broccoli

veganwitch
Mar 13th, 2008, 10:52 PM
mayan chocolate spice tea
english muffin w/ earth balance & raspberry jam
decaf irish breakfast tea
carrot juice
think organic chocolate coconut bar

yves veggie dog grilled w/ vegenaise on piece of flax bread w/ ketchup, mustard, relish
baked beans
couple oven fries
few green beans w/ peanut sauce
corn
candy cane lane tea

apple
nettle tea
apple cinnamon tea

curry(brown rice, chickpeas, carrots, garlic, broccoli, coconut milk, tomatoes, cumin, curry powder, mustard seed, turmeric)
lotus green tea
blueberry juice

decaf british breakfast tea
2 oatmeal raisin cookies

Christoph83
Mar 13th, 2008, 10:58 PM
Breakfast - Organic tomato soup with whole wheat vegetable noodles, and while taht was cooking, a tablespoon of organic peanut butter.

Lunch - Homemade vegan enchilads.

I haven't had dinner yet, but will have corn on the cob and also steamed vegetables - broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots, and pour a homemade balsamic nama shoyu sauce over them. Maybe mashed potatoes too. But, probably not, because that sounds like a lot.

EDIT: I just realized that I don't have any corn on the cob left, and my whole bag of potatoes has gone bag... *sighs* So, I guess it shall be steamed veggies and spaghetti marinara.

cobweb
Mar 13th, 2008, 11:41 PM
porridge
doves farm choc chip bar
a few chips
salad
quiche made with cheezly, tomatoes, asparagus, onions and spinach, - and energ egg replacer, v.yummy
1 jacket potato, 1 LM sausage, baked beans
a couple of bits of Tropical Source mint chocolate
3 crumpets with cheezly

jamboxrock
Mar 14th, 2008, 04:30 AM
breakfast: multigrain squares cereal w/ rice milk, an orange, vanilla apricot white tea

snack: coffee cake

lunch: pb & blackberry jam on flax & fiber bread, roasted asparagus, "cheddar" crackers, chocolate kahlua tofu pie, diet cherry pepsi

snack: a plum, walnuts

dinner: cream of asparagus & white bean soup, mashed potatoes, spicy veggie sausages

before bed: sleepytime tea

Roxy
Mar 14th, 2008, 06:14 AM
mayan chocolate spice tea
english muffin w/ earth balance & raspberry jam
decaf irish breakfast tea
carrot juice
think organic chocolate coconut bar

yves veggie dog grilled w/ vegenaise on piece of flax bread w/ ketchup, mustard, relish
baked beans
couple oven fries
few green beans w/ peanut sauce
corn
candy cane lane tea

apple
nettle tea
apple cinnamon tea

curry(brown rice, chickpeas, carrots, garlic, broccoli, coconut milk, tomatoes, cumin, curry powder, mustard seed, turmeric)
lotus green tea
blueberry juice

decaf british breakfast tea
2 oatmeal raisin cookies

Welcome back tea lady! :) Good to see you! I tried to send you a couple of emails but your email addy's not working.

Anyway, just wanted to say "hi" :)

Roxy
Mar 14th, 2008, 06:17 AM
Today:

2 cups of coffee with vanilla soy milk.
1 organic banana.

1 organic fibre bar (chocolate flavour)
1 soy hot chocolate.

Home-made organic pasta salad: cooked wholewheat pasta & raw veggies (carrot, celery, cucumber, red pepper) with poppyseed dressing.
3 home-made dark chocolate covered organic strawberries.
1 cup rooibos tea.

1 Belsoy pudding cup.

1 bowl carrot, cashew & ginger soup.
4 pieces of focacia bread with Soy Garden spread (cooked under broiler).
1 glass organic orange mango juice.

1 cup chai tea with vanilla soy milk.
4 organic chocolate cookies.

ellaminnowpea
Mar 14th, 2008, 05:23 PM
1 bowl carrot, cashew & ginger soup.
4 pieces of focacia bread with Soy Garden spread (cooked under broiler).
1 glass organic orange mango juice.


mmm your meal looks so good, especially that soup! is it raw?

fondducoeur
Mar 14th, 2008, 05:44 PM
Yesterday:
s'mores luna bar
2 cups of grapes throughout the day
tofu salad with marinated tofu, cucumber, tomatoes, green pepper, and green onions with veganase in a whole wheat pita
whole wheat pita with tomato basil hummus
about 2 glasses of orange juice
couple of beers

Skylark
Mar 14th, 2008, 06:28 PM
Mixed Berry Trek Bar
Banana

Apple Pie Larabar

Hummous, carrot, rocket & alfalfa sandwich
Salad (cucumber, pepper, tomatoes, celery)
Fruit Salad (apple, mango, pineapple, kiwi fruit, melon)

Apple
Mixed Berry Trek Bar

Tagine (chickpeas, aubergines, tomatoes, carrot)

Tea w/oat milk x1