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Woodsie
Dec 13th, 2006, 09:38 PM
Breakfast:
3 slices granary toast w/marmalade
molasses tea
ground linseed in orange juice
an orange and a pear

Lunch:
vegetable dal
new potatoes
romano brocolli
a pear
soya yoghurt

Tea:
2 cups of tea w/oat milk
a few Brazil nuts
a pear
peanut butter and banana on bread
2 clementines

molasses tea

mmmm.... sounds good .. what is molasses tea? sounds nice!

auntierozzi
Dec 13th, 2006, 09:42 PM
Hi Woodsie,
Well, I just put a big spoon of molasses in boiling water. I started this for the iron and really like it now. I first heard about it in Benjamin Zephaniah's poem 'Vegan Delight' which I have stuck on my fridge! There might be a more complicated recipe somewhere.

auntierozzi
Dec 13th, 2006, 09:43 PM
What's Nuttolex?

PainterLady
Dec 13th, 2006, 09:45 PM
Interesting! I started making homemade vegan baked beans with lots of organic molasses. DO you know how much iron you get in that? Also does the iron in the Molasses get cooked out when I bake it?

auntierozzi
Dec 13th, 2006, 09:55 PM
Hi Painterlady,
I just looked up on my iron chart. You get 3.6mg of iron in a tablespoon of molasses.
We need 14.8mg per day so it's a pretty useful source. I don't know about what you might lose in cooking it. I would be interested in your baked bean recipe when you have it to hand :-)

PainterLady
Dec 13th, 2006, 10:03 PM
Hi AuntieRozzi, Applecider vinegar and mollases mixed in water is super good for you too, I used to drink that and was so fit!
I'll post the baked beans in recipes now....just gotta get another cup of coffee. :)

applepie
Dec 13th, 2006, 10:41 PM
coffee + soya milk
soya yogurt, 2 kiwi fruit + oats

spelt bread, yeast extract + tomato slices
salad of radicchio, tomatoes, yellow pepper, cucumber, celery + beetroot

earl grey tea + soya milk
apple, pear

invited out for dinner:
shared a pizza with tomatoes, courgettes, olives + capers
coffee + piece of dark chocolate
shared a bag of roasted chestnuts later

VeganBarbie
Dec 13th, 2006, 10:52 PM
lettuce sammich
water
pumpkin cookie


still not feelin' so hot.

sugarmouse
Dec 13th, 2006, 11:39 PM
aww get well soon VB!
its funny though last week i had my first vegan cold! it didnt last very long though, I hope yours doesnt :)
Today I experimented with my cooking and made some sweet potato and tomato soup, I was chuffed it turned out so nice! so apart from loads of that I have only eaten a couple of popadums and some biscuits!

Woodsie
Dec 13th, 2006, 11:50 PM
What's Nuttolex?
Hi auntierozzi.... thanks for that! Nuttolex is a vegan margerine here in Australia. And Grannary toast .. I was born in England (came to Oz when I was 20) and loved the grannary bread . .and also those lovely little Hovis loaves!

RachelJune
Dec 13th, 2006, 11:59 PM
Breakfast: 3 coffees, an apple, a banana and 3 dried figs.

Lunch: Jacket potato with curried veggies.

Dinner: Work's xmas buffet tonight with special "vegan" food just for me. Consisted of bowl of olives and peppers floating in oil, some pasta (they weren't sure if it was egg or wheat - I got asked "are you alergic?!" :eek:) and some bread rolls with egg in :mad: Lucky I took myself an apple..

Second Dinner: Yummy daal with rice.

VeganBarbie
Dec 14th, 2006, 12:05 AM
aww get well soon VB!
its funny though last week i had my first vegan cold! it didnt last very long though, I hope yours doesnt :)
Today I experimented with my cooking and made some sweet potato and tomato soup, I was chuffed it turned out so nice! so apart from loads of that I have only eaten a couple of popadums and some biscuits!


aww thanks.. Im trying hard to get better and push fluids, my evian water bottle holds a liter and I've had two of them. sweet potato and tomato soups sounds good.. bring me some.:D

vegcurry
Dec 14th, 2006, 12:07 AM
brekkies: tea and toast (with jam)
lunch: 1x banana. green salad with toasted seeds, stuffed vine leaves and cheezly
pre dinner nibble: toast. plantain crisps.
dinner: veggie burger, roast sweet potato, steamed brocolli and onion gravy.
the usual numerous cuppas of tea during the day.

Tigerlily
Dec 14th, 2006, 12:09 AM
Hi Woodsie,
Well, I just put a big spoon of molasses in boiling water. I started this for the iron and really like it now. I first heard about it in Benjamin Zephaniah's poem 'Vegan Delight' which I have stuck on my fridge! There might be a more complicated recipe somewhere.

Wow, I might try that. :)

sugarmouse
Dec 14th, 2006, 01:47 AM
aww thanks.. Im trying hard to get better and push fluids, my evian water bottle holds a liter and I've had two of them. sweet potato and tomato soups sounds good.. bring me some.:D

I will PM you with the recipe if you want, but i apologisei am not precise with measurements! i just throw a bit of this and a bit of that! lol

veggiegirl3
Dec 14th, 2006, 02:44 AM
Breakfast:
-Oatmeal with soymilk, raisins, and borwn sugar
-2 apples

Lunch:
-Salad (romaine, baby carrots, red pepper strips)
-Brown basmati rice with EB and pepper
-Tempeh with ketchup
Dessert: Banana-soymilk smoothie

Snack:
-Butter Pecan Soy Delicious ice cream

Dinner:
-Amy's Texas burger
-Oven baked French fries with ketchup
-Salad (Romaine, baby carrots, red pepper strips)
Dessert: Apple

ETA: Snack: bowl of cream of wheat made with soymilk, with brown sugar

Look4Hope
Dec 14th, 2006, 03:35 AM
B: Flax see raisin bran cereal with soymilk, 1/2 bagel with Tofutti Better than Cream Cheese. Coffee and juice.
L: An eggless egg salad sandwich with blue corn chips and salsa. Knudsen's Ginger Ale Spritzer
snack: Figs
Dinner: Amy's vegan burritos, chips and hummus, figs. Another Knudsen's.

Those unsulphured Calmyra Figs are DELISH!

Roxy
Dec 14th, 2006, 04:11 AM
I had a comfort food day today. That's okay because I needed comforting

2 cups of coffee with Silk creamer.

1 sandwich: Rustic 3 Korn (yes they spell it with a "K") bread, 4 Tofurkey hickory slices, vegan mayo, cranberry sauce.

1 cup of Ginger Twist tea.

6 dark chocolate/peppermint thins.

1 blueberry bagel with Tofutti cream cheese and Cloudberry Jam.

2 vegan "chicken" style tacquitos with sweet chilli sauce.

1 bowl of Tuscan Bean & Sweet Basil soup with
1 slice of Rustic 3 Korn bread.

Later I might have a cup of Echinacea tea and maybe a cookie or 2, but I'm not sure yet.

Tigerlily
Dec 14th, 2006, 05:44 AM
I love those Tofurky hickory slices! I already went through 2 packs in one week. I'm addicted. Haha.

VeganBarbie
Dec 14th, 2006, 05:51 AM
I love those Tofurky hickory slices! I already went through 2 packs in one week. I'm addicted. Haha.

There must be a different kind out there... because I got some a long time ago, and I didn't like them. I didnt read them though, to see what flavor they are. Everyone asked me if I was going to get a tofurkey for Thanksgiving, and since I didn't like those slices year ago, I didnt get one. Everyone seems to be raving about it.. I need to try it again. Are there different flavors???? (I'm really limited where I live as far as selection, but I can make a trip if there are diffrent kinds hehe, my tummy rules my life like that)

Roxy
Dec 14th, 2006, 05:54 AM
I think there are 3 different flavours:

plain
hickory smoked
italian

My fave is the hickory smoked. I also love the Tofurkey sausages (especially the Italian ones) and the Tofurkey roast.

Tigerlily
Dec 14th, 2006, 05:54 AM
I never tried the actual "fake turkey" but I have tried the slices. The hickory comes in the brown box and it's really good. Some other flavour comes in the blue box and it's okay but not as good as hickory. There's another kind in a green box, but I never tried it yet.

VeganBarbie
Dec 14th, 2006, 05:55 AM
I think I must have has plain.. I dont remember liking them, but I dont remember giving them a fair chance either.

Woodsie
Dec 14th, 2006, 11:51 AM
mmm ... far too much .. again

B: Fruit smoothie with C/F orange juice, rockmelon and watermelon
Cherries

Sn: Rice crackers

L: Work xmas lunch : 4 different indian veggie curries, rice, strawberry &
mango sorbet

1 beer, 2 champagnes with oj, 2 cocktails

D: Fries with ketchup

veggiegirl3
Dec 14th, 2006, 12:54 PM
I think there are 3 different flavours:

plain
hickory smoked
italian

My fave is the hickory smoked. I also love the Tofurkey sausages (especially the Italian ones) and the Tofurkey roast.

There's some type of cranberry sauce and stuffing, or something like that that's wonderful too. I also like te hickory snoked. Awhile ago, I tried the plain and didn't like it, so I'd highly recommend those, Vegan Barbie! :)