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veggiegirl3
Nov 5th, 2006, 11:25 AM
did you make it yourself?? that sounds good :D

Yes. It was delish! Jamboxrock had been eating pumpkin frequently, and it made me want it. I asked Jamboxrock how to make the pumpkin shake. I just made this one with rice milk instead of vanilla ice cream, and some ice, and it was niiiice.

applepie
Nov 5th, 2006, 04:10 PM
coffee + soya milk
soya yogurt, banana, kiwi fruit + apple

leftover lentil, carrot + orange soup
wholewheat toast + pure spread

soya cappuccino
slice of castagnaccio (cake made with chestnut flour)

wholewheat pasta with tomatoes, yellow pepper + courgettes

pavotrouge
Nov 5th, 2006, 04:40 PM
breakfast: lazy weekend, leftovers from yesterday's dinner (couscous with chickpeas, tomatoes, scallions)

lunch: karei udon (burnt my tongue T_T)

snack: hot lemon
roasted peanuts
orange juice

dinner: will probably be ratatouille with ciabatta

And maybe I'll make some cookies later...

veggiegirl3
Nov 5th, 2006, 09:17 PM
Breakfast:
-Bowl of hot oat bran with brown sugar and rice milk
-No sugar added apple sauce

Lunch:
-Bowl of romaine lettuce (time to buy more veggies!)
-Whole wheat pasta topped with TVP and pasta sauce
-SOY NOG!!!!!!!! :) I was so psyched when I saw it. I had never tried it before.

Snack:
-Mango sorbet bar
-Pretzels

Dinner will probably be:
-Stirfry of tofu and soon-to-be-purchaced veggies

Snack will be popcorn with EB (Sunday's my relax and watch tv night)

pavotrouge
Nov 5th, 2006, 09:23 PM
SOY NOG! Ready to buy? Lucky you :eek: I've got a recipe for vegan eggnog (eggnot :D ) but haven't tried it so far...

fiamma
Nov 5th, 2006, 10:11 PM
Porridge with soya milk and maple syrup
Coffee and soya milk

Mapo

Lentil, ginger and tomato soup
Hummus
Banana

Cottage pie with veggies and kidney beans
Pear

Camomile tea

Pob
Nov 5th, 2006, 10:59 PM
Odd day due to fitting meals around partner's work.

Breakfast: Banana, Satsuma, Pear.

Lunch: Spicy beanburger. hash browns. onion rings. Reduced salt baked beans with onions, mushrooms and herbs. bread and butter.

Tea: Sesame and brown flax seed tortillas, cucumber, carrot, hummous, grapes, pickled onions, gherkins.

Dinner: Sweet and sour stir-fried mock duck, with red pepper, courgette, onion, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts. Green tea noodles. Mini spring rolls.

Home made lemon pie (see desserts section for recipe) with Swedish Glace ice cream.

fiamma
Nov 5th, 2006, 11:31 PM
Your day sounded really good Pob *drool*

Do you make your own tortillas - do you have a recipe and are they complicated to make (scuse the third degree :D ) ?

Annie
Nov 6th, 2006, 12:08 AM
Breakfast: cereal with walnuts and vanilla soy milk
cantelope (I think it was bad b/c it was kinda sour...ick)

Mid-day: handful of baby carrots
strawberries

Dinner: whole wheat pasta with marinara sauce and a lil nutritional yeast
small mixed green salad with onions, chickpeas, tomatoes and balsamic vinegar

Evening: a banana

I feel like I ate a ton today for some reason...I might have some chocolate soy milk later too though.

foxytina_69
Nov 6th, 2006, 02:54 AM
today:

snack:
-1 mock tuna lettuce wrap
dinner:
-veggie chop suey, tomato fried rice, 1 spring roll, oj w/ calcium

jamboxrock
Nov 6th, 2006, 02:54 AM
Everyone's days sound awesome lately. I was really excited to see SilkNog too! Yesterday at the store I bought Silk soymilk, creamer, and nog. I felt like a Silk whore :)

yesterday:

breakfast: two pumpkin pancakes w/ syrup, coffee w/ silk creamer & cinnamon sugar

lunch: tofu summer roll w/ peanut sauce, a couple pieces each of mushroom roll, veggie roll, and tofu roll (sweet potato, tofu, avocado, asparagus, scallion)

snack: kettle corn

snack: an orange and a few sips of chocolate almond milk

dinner: roasted broccoli, pita w/ hummus, spinach pie

while out: curly fries and a couple beers


today:

breakfast: two hemp waffles w/ pear spread

lunch: veggie bbq riblets, cornbread, sweet pepper & basil potato salad, kettle corn, dr. pepper

snack: rest of the kettle corn

dinner: an apple and more cornbread and potato salad, two glasses of red wine


Holy crap, I ate a lot this weekend. Need to cut back this week...

thecatspajamas1
Nov 6th, 2006, 04:32 AM
- organic banana

- Lara bar (raw cashew/date bar)

- baked sweet potato with Smartbalance

- organic juice blend

- pasta with 1 chopped tomato, olive oil, basil, garlic powder

- chocolate sorbet topped with coconut cream

- tons of water

Roxy
Nov 6th, 2006, 06:05 AM
Today:

2 cups of coffee with Silk creamer.

Amy's organic bean & rice burrito (the vegan one, naturally).

1 small bottle calcium-fortified orange juice.

A bunch of all natural veggie chips with hummus.

Pasta - wholewheat flax rottini, garlic, organic tomato sauce, sliced Tofurkey italian sausage, mushrooms.

cup of herbal tea my friend made with rosehips and some other stuff.

cup of Rooibos tea.

Cup of Ginger tea.

2 Molases cookies.

Pob
Nov 6th, 2006, 10:26 AM
Do you make your own tortillas - do you have a recipe and are they complicated to make (scuse the third degree :D ) ?I bought the tortillas from Sainsburys. They look very strange, but taste yummy.

Never tried making them - probably more effort than it's worth

fiamma
Nov 6th, 2006, 11:48 AM
Oh :( Ok, thanks anyway.

pavotrouge
Nov 6th, 2006, 07:38 PM
breakfast: amaranth muesli with soymilk

lunch: leftover ratatouille from yesterday with baked Italian tofu

snack: a few almond cookies
lots of coffee with vanilla soymilk (divine!)
the regular station pretzel
Japanese bean cake

dinner: dunno...I bought a lot of stuff at the Japanese supermarket, so probably a noodle soup, pickles and rice crackers.

applepie
Nov 6th, 2006, 08:18 PM
coffee + soya milk
slice of castagnaccio
fruit salad (pear, apple, 2 plums)

sandwich of spelt bread, hummus, lettuce, red pepper
cherry tomatoes, carrot sticks

soya cappuccino
orange

stir-fried veg (savoy cabbage, red pepper, mushrooms, brokkoli sprouts, water chestnuts) with coconut milk and curry paste, served with brown rice

Tigerlily
Nov 6th, 2006, 08:20 PM
That stir fry sounds good. Mine are always soy sauce and ginger-garlic based. Or teriyaki (from a jar). Sort of boring... I will try it your way next time. :)

applepie
Nov 6th, 2006, 08:50 PM
I used to do them with soy sauce, but I haven't been able to find a good one yet in Italy. They all taste weird. A jar of curry paste was all that was left in the fridge to give it a non-Italian taste for a change ;) and it turned out nice.

fiamma
Nov 6th, 2006, 08:53 PM
What's castagnaccio applepie?

Tigerlily
Nov 6th, 2006, 09:03 PM
I used to do them with soy sauce, but I haven't been able to find a good one yet in Italy. They all taste weird. A jar of curry paste was all that was left in the fridge to give it a non-Italian taste for a change ;) and it turned out nice.

:p I can mail you a bottle if you're desperate.

applepie
Nov 6th, 2006, 09:05 PM
What's castagnaccio applepie?
ooh, you don't know castagnaccio? it's the best of all the gorgeous italian food! :D it's a slightly sweet, dense cake, more like a bread really, made of chestnut flour, pine nuts, raisins, a bit of rosemary.

applepie
Nov 6th, 2006, 09:07 PM
:p I can mail you a bottle if you're desperate.
That's sweet of you, thanks! :) My parents will be visiting me soon, and they've already promised to supply me with ample amounts of soy sauce. :D

Tigerlily
Nov 6th, 2006, 09:08 PM
Yay! You can't live without soy sauce. I think I use it at least 4 times a week---at least.

veggiegirl3
Nov 7th, 2006, 12:36 AM
Breakfast:
-Cream of wheat with a blend of soy and rice milk, with 1 tsp brown sugar
-Pear

Lunch:
-Stirfry (tofu, frozen mix of veggies, Bragg's, olive oil) over brown rice
-Silk Nog smoothie/shake (Silk Nog, plain soy yogurt, ice)

Dinner:
-Whole wheat penne mixed with chic peas and grilled tempeh, topped with EB and nutritional yeast
-Salad: romaine lettuce, 1/2 a plum tomato, baby carrots, and low fat raspberry vinaigrette dressing
Dessert: Organic mango sorbet bar

Later I will most likely have a snack...maybe a smoothie or oatmeal