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Cherry
Dec 18th, 2008, 12:53 AM
They are not!

bradders
Dec 18th, 2008, 01:08 AM
they're 'orrible little things that relatives (who don't like them themselves) force on you at christmas


Christmas: A time you spend with people you don't like, eating food that's not as good as the rest of the year, doing things you don't like to music you don't like and there's no train to get away from it!

Stu
Dec 18th, 2008, 01:30 AM
Haha! Sounds more or less right.

Except the sprouts thing. I lurrrrrve sprouts. Unfortunately they don't like me and they cause me to emit noxious fumes. That doesn't stop me eating them by the truckload though.

Stu
Dec 18th, 2008, 01:31 AM
If you know wisedom teeth, i'm now having problems with it. that's why I can't eat...:(

I feel your pain...
Maybe you could have some soup or a smoothie or something?

bradders
Dec 18th, 2008, 01:35 AM
waiting to have mine removed to cure agony

RubyDuby
Dec 18th, 2008, 03:21 AM
coffee, banana, pear
garden burger chicken griller on ezekiel toast with vegenaise
mcdougalls white bean and noodle soup
triscuits
pb oreos (4 :o)
sweet potato fries and a coupl beers at a bar
homemade noodle oup with broccoli, corn ad tvp
cream soda

Cherry
Dec 18th, 2008, 07:12 PM
they're 'orrible little things that relatives (who don't like them themselves) force on you at christmas

Christmas: A time you spend with people you don't like, eating food that's not as good as the rest of the year, doing things you don't like to music you don't like and there's no train to get away from it!

Awwww. Bah humbug. For me it's a time I spend with people I wish I could spend more time with, eating loads of extra nice stuff and feeling understood and appreciated and loved. Hmmm. I hope my Uncle Paul doesn't think of me as that sort of relative....maybe I should let him off the festive token sprout this year :o

Today I've eaten:
Breakfast - grapenuts, tea
Lunch - school Christmas dinner :eek: actually, was ok. I sat on the vegetarian table (2 other staff and 3 siblings) and had: peas, carrots and roast potatoes from school, and sausages, cauliflower cheese and gravy that were mine. The others had veggie sausages and quorn fillets. I even got a bowl of melon while everyone else had ice cream.
Dinner - Leek and potato soup with lovely bread rolls.

Kitteh
Dec 18th, 2008, 09:44 PM
Yest'day
B: narna, 2 gingernut biccies, tea
M: green smoothie
L: salad, water
A: narna, water
D: roast capsicum hummus & a carrot, Marzipan RitterSport, water

Roxy
Dec 18th, 2008, 11:13 PM
I've got no motivation today, so I've had:

2 cups of coffee with sweetened soy milk.
1 cup of ginseng tea.
2 pieces of white bread toast with Earthbalance and vegemite.
1/2 bag microwave popcorn.

BlackCats
Dec 19th, 2008, 04:12 PM
I have been eating total junk lately. I haven't had any vegetables for about 4 days now.:o

Lots of crackers with pure and garlic and herb cheezly.
Packet of salted kettle chips.
1/2 a fresh pineapple.
1 banana.

I am going to have two LM sausage rolls in a minute, they are much nicer if you brush some olive oil on them before you bake them.

I will have some veggies later I promise.:D

Gwydion
Dec 19th, 2008, 04:21 PM
Packet of salted kettle chips.


Same here, one of the 150g 'sharing' packets.

I didn't share them :umm_ani:

BlackCats
Dec 19th, 2008, 04:23 PM
^ Haha. :D Mine was one of the small bags (for a change.) I forgot that I also had coco pops with rice milk. Rice milk is yummy, much nicer than soya I think.

Also a veggie and tofu stir fry with spring rolls and fruit with choccie sauce, jeez louise!!!

bradders
Dec 19th, 2008, 04:42 PM
yesterday:
two bowls of bran flakes and a packet of crumpets
baked spuds with tomatoes and sunflower pure
big huge breakfast I made with biorashers, crumpet, beans, mushrooms, onions and tomato
and prawn cocktail crisp butties with warbies bread and sunflower pure

(had about half a gallon of tea over the course of the day)

veganwitch
Dec 20th, 2008, 02:41 AM
christmas eve tea
slice of banana/choc. chip/pecan bread
african peach roobis tea

black tea
wheat crackers w/ garlic hummus
1/2 navel orange
brazil nuts
medjool dates

black tea
2 slices homeade pizza, topped w/ green pepper, onion, green olives, mornignstar crumbles, mozz cheese
merry mint tea

white christmas tea
blueberry pancakes w/ maple syrup
yves sausage patties
kiwi
warm chocolate peppermint soymilk

seamus
Dec 20th, 2008, 02:59 AM
two slices of home made bread
a fallafel wrap home made with roasted aubergine and courgette with red cabbage, greens homemade spicey tomato sauce

DiaShel
Dec 20th, 2008, 03:08 AM
Green smoothie
2 slices of cinnamon raisin bread with butter
lentil veggie soup with brown rice crackers
pear, slice of cin ras bread
veggie burger with avocado
caramel brownie luna bar
corn chipotole bisque (?) soup, brown rice crackers
apple
2 slices of cin ras bread

I feel awful, I haven't move all day. Snowed in.

seamus
Dec 20th, 2008, 03:13 AM
ive gotta say this : isnt avacado the SEXIEST thing EVER??!!!

Roxy
Dec 20th, 2008, 04:17 AM
Today:

2 cups of coffee with sweetened soy milk.
1 bowl of Raspberry Ginger Peace Cereal with sweetened soy milk.

1 vanilla soy latte.
1 macadamia cookie.


1 cup White Christmas Tea.
1 bowl chilli.
A few pita chips.

1 bottle pomegranate green tea.
Tofu & veggie Stirfry (orange pepper, green beans, bean sprouts).
Rice.

1 cup White Christmas Tea.
A few chocolate coated cranberries & nuts.

petunia
Dec 20th, 2008, 04:31 AM
black coffee
thai wrap w tofu
cucc w hummus
manderine orange
2 real fruit bars
homemade veggie soup
bite of choc chip cookie

DiaShel
Dec 20th, 2008, 04:32 AM
ive gotta say this : isnt avacado the SEXIEST thing EVER??!!!

I've never agreed more intensely in my life

Roxy
Dec 20th, 2008, 04:44 AM
Haha! You guys are funny. Though I do have to admit, avocado is pretty sexy.

Quantum Mechanic
Dec 20th, 2008, 07:31 AM
I had some salads, which I didn't have a variety of ingredients so I used the greens (from Earthbound Organics), wtih wild mushroom field roast, sunflower seeds, and raw unsalted almond slices sprinkled on top. Unfortunately I didn't have any carrots or bell peppers or anything, but it was good considering that it was the last day for the greens!

Then I had a vegan chili at a restaurant, which was pretty good. At home I had a microwave thai stir-fry that is vegan. While it says on the front that is it dairy free, it's not until you get to the back, just before the ingredients listing that is says in parentheses: (vegan). It was quite good; I'm going to have to reccommend it to my omni parents who often live off of quick meals, and it would be nice to show them a vegan alternative.

speedylemons
Dec 21st, 2008, 10:44 AM
Stir fry [R/O/G peppers, broccoli, sticky mushrooms, spinach, cherry tomatoes, bean sprouts, tofu, onion, garlic, pineapple, coconut milk..]

One mikan [tangerine/clementine thing]

Vegan Nabe!!!! [when everything is cooked in dashi [broth] in a ceramic pot] made with soo much good stuff.. The dashi was a kombu/miso mix and the veggies were SO Japanese. DELICIOUS.. tofu, bean sprouts, huge green onions ["negi"], spinach, cabbage, shimeji mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, enoki mushrooms, daikon, sweet potato, satoimo ["taro"], yamanoimo [mountain yam], mochi, lotus root, "baby" bamboo, and teeny white konnyaku pasta bundles]

Some white rice, plus some shoyu/sesame dipping sauce for some of the veggies.

Some pineapple





Nabe is my new favorite food. :D:lol::bigsmile2: It's soooo delicious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Enchantress
Dec 22nd, 2008, 05:17 AM
Bowl of malted wheats with soya milk.
Tin of baked beans with nutritional yeast.
Two cups of rooibos tea with soya milk.

Roxy
Dec 22nd, 2008, 08:22 AM
Have you got the farts now Enchantress? ;):D