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cornishdreadhead
Mar 16th, 2008, 10:55 PM
Homemade leek and potato soup, with 2 slices of wholemeal bread. Mmmmmmm

cobweb
Mar 16th, 2008, 10:58 PM
2 pieces of cake for breakfast
*followed by a PANIC ATTACK caused by sugar overload!*
crumpets
more cake
*another panic attack - duh, what a dill*
an apple
roast potatoes, smoked tofu, sweetcorn, sprouts, gravy

ellaminnowpea
Mar 16th, 2008, 11:36 PM
B/L: ate out, so I had a bowl black bean soup, a slice whole wheat bread, and a side salad of baby spinach w/ balsamic vinagrette

S: venti Starbucks coffee + 6 dates

D: black beans + quinoa + red bellpepper
two oranges

bryzee86
Mar 16th, 2008, 11:55 PM
B: bowl of fruit and nut

S: chocolate cake (jo's birthday cake)

(no lunch, we were busy busy bees!)

D: Roast Cheatin' Beef, Roast potatoes, steamed cabbage and carrots, and Punk Rock Chickpea Gravy from VWAV. yum

I'm sure we'll have more cake and ice cream before bed :D

RubyDuby
Mar 17th, 2008, 12:49 AM
coffee
gatorade
bean and rice burrito
soy beef empanada
hot cocoa

for dinner we're having baked breaded marinaded tofu, brussell sprouts, mashed potatoes and mushroom gravy. probably some garlic toast as well.
eta: no garlic toast. we had homemade hush puppies.

applepie
Mar 17th, 2008, 01:17 AM
coffee + rice milk
walnut bread + strawberry jam
grapefruit

salad of radicchio, rocket, beetroot, green pepper, carrot, spring onions + chickpeas
soy yogurt mango

coffee + rice milk
apple, orange

leftover shepherd's pie + sprouting broccoli
2 squares of 99% dark chocolate

Mystic
Mar 17th, 2008, 06:51 AM
- oatmeal
- banana, red grapes, green tea.
- brown rice
- 2 squares of tropical source mint chocolate
- shepherds pie w/ sweet potato topping

emzy1985
Mar 17th, 2008, 09:51 AM
I didn't have set meals yesterday cuz I was having an allergic reaction so this is what I ate:

Raspberry and bananna smoothie

Roasted leeks, kale, cabbage and a homemade burger

Anik
Mar 17th, 2008, 12:05 PM
B: scrambled tofu w/ lots of spinach in a tomato/curry sauce topped with parsely and lemon juice
green tea

s: raspberries, apple

L: apple

S: Starbucks tall lite soy latte

D: steamed broccolli w/ sauteed onions w/ lemon/vinegar/olive oil/parsely dressing
an orange

3L water

Skylark
Mar 17th, 2008, 04:40 PM
Feeling very down at the moment, hence I am eating a lot of junk...

Fruit & Fibre w/dates, raisins, sultanas & soy milk
1/2 banana

Peanut butter & strawberry jam sandwich
Cucumber, tomatoes, lettuce, carrot
Banana

Apple
Nana's Giant Wheat Free Choc Chip Cookie (yes, a whole one:o)

Veggie stir-fry (pak choi, carrot, baby corn, sugar snap peas) w/tagliatelle

Coffee w/soy milk x1
Tea with soy milk x1

BlackCats
Mar 17th, 2008, 04:59 PM
I hope you feel better soon Skylark.
(I eat way more junk than you as well.:o:D)

Today:
2 w/m toast with plamil mayo and yeast extract
"Turkey" sandwich with mustard with a chickpea salad
Bowl of leek and potato soup with a bread roll with scheese
1 punnet of strawberries
Packet of crisps and a small chocolate bar

I have eaten so much today and it's only 3 o'clock.:eek:

Pineapple juice, water and green tea

absentmindedfan
Mar 17th, 2008, 05:22 PM
I HAVE TO DO THIS TO TRY AND KEEP AN EYE ON MYSELF!

thick slice of raisin bread
peach yoghurt (Alpro)
more raisin bread!
salad
wholewheat crackers with Tofutti cream cheese (about 6 of them)
more salad
raw carrot
homemade choc ice-cream that i had to melt as it was soooo hard
just about to have mushrooms fried in soy sauce and garlic with asparagus and mini roast potatoes

Don't worry about the raisin bread, it's your body saying 'I want carbs!' and as long as they're wholegrain, low in fat (under 15% fat) and low GI your body will burn them not store them. I'd try and cut down on vegan cheeses and ice creams as they're very high in fat and quite processed. Saying that, 'Stuff In A Tub' is only 10% fat and those are natural fats so that's a good treat :D

I saw you mention on another thread about not reading diet books, which is an excellent plan because diets don't work. Changes to your lifestyle and attitude however, do. Try reading this (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Breaking-Food-Seduction-Cravings-Naturally/dp/0312314949/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1205767069&sr=8-1), it's good ol' Dr Barnyard (;)) explaining how a low GI, vegan wholefoods diet means you can eat what you like (if it fits those criteria) and not put on weight, especially when combined with a little exercise like the walking you've been doing in the countryside around your house.

Another good book is 'Fat Is A Feminist Issue' (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fat-Feminist-Issue-Susie-Orbach/dp/0099481936). I found ti really helpful in dealing with my body image and eating issues, and helped me learn to let go of a lot of problems.

veganwitch
Mar 17th, 2008, 10:19 PM
oatmeal w/ soymilk, sliced banana, raisins, cinnamon, walnuts, maple syrup
cafix w/ hazelnut creamer

3 slices pizza (tomatoes, onion, mushrooms,"mozzarella")-from Whole Foods
candy cane lane tea
few sips carrot/orange juice

chamomile lavender tea
sesame nuggets w/ agave & mustard dipping sauce
snap peas w/ sesame oil
roasted parsnips
grilled pineapple
couple roasted asparagus
(above all from Whole Foods)

2 cups decaf british breakfast tea
coconut cupcake -VWAV

applepie
Mar 17th, 2008, 10:32 PM
coffee + rice milk
porridge, grated apple + raisins

wholemeal pita filled with hummus, lettuce, tomato + diced olive
2 carrots, tangerine

coffee + rice milk
2 fruit oatcakes

savoy cabbage + potato curry
Alpro pineapple + passion fruit yogurt

Has anybody tried the new Alpro light yogurts? I am majorly disappointed, they don't taste of anything. Not worth the money. Minus the calories equals minus the taste.

bryzee86
Mar 17th, 2008, 10:39 PM
I've never seen them, applepie! I've been getting the organic ones whilst they're still on offer, though.

ellaminnowpea
Mar 17th, 2008, 11:15 PM
Well, BAD BAD start to my new healthy plan::rolleyes:

B: 1/4c steelcut organic oats + 1/2 medium banana + 1/2 tbsp ground flaxseeds

L: venti fair trade, organic half-caf coffee

S: clif builder bar

D: 1/4c organic quinoa + 1/4c organic black beans + 2 slices red bell pepper
spiced black tea

applepie
Mar 17th, 2008, 11:15 PM
I went into Tesco's where I don't usually shop, and that's where I saw them. Shouldn't have bothered though. I did stock up on the organic ones as well while they were on offer in Sainsbury's :)

bryzee86
Mar 17th, 2008, 11:42 PM
Well, BAD BAD start to my new healthy plan::rolleyes:

B: 1/4c steelcut organic oats + 1/2 medium banana + 1/2 tbsp ground flaxseeds

L: venti fair trade, organic half-caf coffee

S: clif builder bar

D: 1/4c organic quinoa + 1/4c organic black beans + 2 slices red bell pepper
spiced black tea

what's unhealthy about that??!! :s

bryzee86
Mar 17th, 2008, 11:45 PM
I went into Tesco's where I don't usually shop, and that's where I saw them. Shouldn't have bothered though. I did stock up on the organic ones as well while they were on offer in Sainsbury's :)

I shop at Tesco, but I've never seen them. Maybe I should wear my glasses next time.

P.S. I get my organic ones from Tesco.

P.P.S. Has anyone else's Tesco stopped selling the 500g pots? (forest fruits and/or plain)

RubyDuby
Mar 18th, 2008, 01:12 AM
Well, BAD BAD start to my new healthy plan::rolleyes:your day kicks my days butt ella.

coffee with hot cocoa powder, sugar and sweetened soy milk. :D
3 deep fried hush puppies.
refried beans and veggie fajitas eaten on green flour tortillas.
pina colada.
green tortilla chips and salsa fresca.

dont know whats for dinner... probably leftover fajitas.

bryzee86
Mar 18th, 2008, 01:14 AM
3 deep fried hush puppies.
you ate fried shoes?

Or quiet dogs...

RubyDuby
Mar 18th, 2008, 01:22 AM
hush puppies (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hushpuppy)
no hush puppies over there? they really do need a better name...

Joeybee
Mar 18th, 2008, 01:27 AM
Wow, hush puppies are food, learn summat new every day!

bryzee86
Mar 18th, 2008, 01:28 AM
nope, never heard of them before! I think you should call them "leftover bits of dough crap, made cholesterol-inducing"

RubyDuby
Mar 18th, 2008, 01:30 AM
only cholesterol with eggs... which mine obviously didnt have. theyre yummy dipped in vinegar, or 'buttered' when hot and eaten like a breakfast biscuit... wait, u guys call cookies biscuits... err what do u call biscuits over there? the kind u can put gravy on.