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VeganBarbie
Dec 14th, 2006, 12:58 PM
Thanks for the recommendation, when I first gave up meat, I gave it up because it grossed me out. So for the 3 years I was veg, I didnt like fake meats because they were too much like meat.. now I am opening up to trying them.. Im excited to try this tofurkey .. the one you baste like a real turkey and then slice.. you know? I have heard wonderful things about it.

:)

jamboxrock
Dec 14th, 2006, 03:05 PM
yesterday...

breakfast: pb & strawberry jam sandwich on wheat toast, a grapefruit

lunch: chips & salsa, salad (lettuce, pico de gallo, oil & vinegar), two soft tacos w/ refried beans, lettuce & tomato, mexican rice, more refried beans

dinner: three veggie spring rolls w/ duck sauce, house special tofu (fried tofu & veggies in a spicy sauce) over steamed rice, two pieces of veggie sushi, hot tea

herbwormwood
Dec 14th, 2006, 03:33 PM
. DO you know how much iron you get in that? Also does the iron in the Molasses get cooked out when I bake it?

Iron is a mineral so it is not harmed by cooking. It can't go anywhere, or be destroyed. Unlike vitamins, many of which are harmed by cooking or long shelf life.

foxytina_69
Dec 14th, 2006, 03:37 PM
yesterday:

dinner:
-half bowl of brown rice pasta w/ sauce, nut. yeast, spices, a little oil and some v. bacon bits
-2 cups of oj w/ calcium
snack:
-chips
-oatmeal cookie

PainterLady
Dec 14th, 2006, 05:58 PM
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)

There are different flavors. :p The Hickory Smoke flavor is the ultimate!!!! It is so awesome when you are on the road to bring vegenaise, vegan cheese and hickory smoke Tofurkey slices, stop at Subway and buy footlongs with no cheese and put all your stuff on. It is so good when you are on the road.:p
:confused:Subway would be so smart if they would start carrying veganaise, vegan cheese and that hickory smoked tofurkey. We should all write them letters. Ah, that is a good idea for a thread...:cool::)

applepie
Dec 14th, 2006, 06:34 PM
coffee + soya milk
slice of spelt bread + chestnut purée
grapefruit, 2 kiwi fruit

root vegetable (carrot, swede, onion, sweet potato, beetroot) soup
a few millet crackers

3 tangerines
shared a piece of chestnut cake with a friend
soya cappuccino

dinner will be:
chestnut risotto and steamed brokkoli

Plenty of chestnuts today! :D

emmapresley
Dec 14th, 2006, 11:35 PM
Eaten like a bottomless bellied beast today

*sits with tummy distended*

toasted rye bread, granovita paté, cherry tomatoes
nettle tea
water

mega-salad (peppers,cuke,tomatoes,pumpkin seeds, lemon juice balsamic vinegar and olive oil drizzled)
3 chickpea burgers (yep..three)
water

pepper,onion,mushroom,carrot and nutty roast,little peas, big corn on the cob,roast parsnips with maple syrup, roast spuds, really nice gravy.

g & b cherry chocolate melted into an alpro soya choc pudding tub. Outrageous!

VeganBarbie
Dec 15th, 2006, 12:17 AM
one choc chip cookie
1liter of smart water
a huge salad made with home grown basil, homemade dressing and carrots
one apple
2 bananas
3 oranges
(sounds like a song lol)
another (small) bottle of water

I am also eyeing up that pineapple on my table. :) mmmmmmmm

Tigerlily
Dec 15th, 2006, 01:24 AM
Piece of sprouted grain toast with jam

Cup of soy milk

Cup of coffee

Bowl of lentil soup

Dill pickles, pickled turnip, a few olives

Pineapple chunks (fresh pineapple)

Small banana

Cup of tea

Sauteed green beans, onions, and kidney beans (seasoned with garlic, ginger, and soy sauce) over quinoa

2 pieces of whole wheat bread with jam

Cup of soy milk

Maybe another snack later...I'm still sorta hungry. Maybe some pudding or something.

veggiegirl3
Dec 15th, 2006, 01:39 AM
Breakfast:
-oatmeal with brown sugar and soy milk
-Apple

Lunch:
-Black beans and leftover brown basmatti rice with Bragg's
-Salad: Lettuce, red peppers, baby carrots
Dessert: Butter Pecan Soy Dream (I said yesterday it was Soy Delicious. Same manufacturer, I think)

Snack:
-Orange
-Pear

Dinner:
-Whole wheat cous cous with Eb and Bragg's
-BBQ Riblets
-Salad (romaine, green peppers, baby carrots)
-Apple

ETA: Grits with brown sugar

jamboxrock
Dec 15th, 2006, 02:16 AM
breakfast: oatios cereal w/ soymilk, OJ, coffee w/ soy creamer & peppermint extract

lunch: two pigs in a blanket (veggie dog baked in a crescent roll) w/ ketchup, six ritz crackers, bowl of Amy's lentil veggie soup

dessert: peanut butter chocolate chip cookie, sugar cookie (I wish Christmas would come so I can give the rest of them away and stop eating them out of the freezer!!!)

snacks: a couple tortilla chips w/ guacamole, eight wheat crackers w/ hummus, an apple

dinner: leftover house tofu w/ veggies over steamed rice

Look4Hope
Dec 15th, 2006, 03:44 AM
B: Didn't finish it. Flax raisin bran and 1/4 bagel with tofutti, coffee.
L: Banana and vegannaise sandwich, corn chips, and hummus.
snack: figs
D: Baked butternut squash, a green salad with sweet basil Seeds of Change dressing, a Gardenburger dinner consisting of meatless chicken and grilled veggies. Some caffeine free chai tea with Silk.

Tigerlily
Dec 15th, 2006, 04:03 AM
Piece of sprouted grain toast with jam

Cup of soy milk

Cup of coffee

Bowl of lentil soup

Dill pickles, pickled turnip, a few olives

Pineapple chunks (fresh pineapple)

Small banana

Cup of tea

Sauteed green beans, onions, and kidney beans (seasoned with garlic, ginger, and soy sauce) over quinoa

2 pieces of whole wheat bread with jam

Cup of soy milk

Maybe another snack later...I'm still sorta hungry. Maybe some pudding or something.

I had a pudding cup and a good size plate with raw veggies (cauliflower, baby carrots, cucumber slices, red pepper strips, and a few olives).

Roxy
Dec 15th, 2006, 04:44 AM
Today:

2 cups of coffee with Silk creamer.

1 blueberry bagel with Tofutti cream cheese and Cloudberry Jam.

1 Chocolate/Coconut Larabar.

1 Sunrype Fruit Source bar.

1 cup of Miso soup.

4 pieces of veggie sushi.

2 slices of 3 Korn bread topped with garden bruschetta (red peppers, green peppers, eggplant, mushrooms, garlic, oil.)

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

Going to have a cup of Cinnamon Spice tea with a couple of Hobnobs soon.

foxytina_69
Dec 15th, 2006, 09:05 AM
today:

snacks:
-chips
-small oatmeal cookie
dinner:
-2 veggie pakoras w/ mango chutney
-a few of steevs curly fries

crapppppy.

Woodsie
Dec 15th, 2006, 12:21 PM
2 x organic tea with soy milk

c/f Orange Juice
1 x grain toast & vegemite

Sandwich with grain bread, mayo, chilli sauce, vegetarian sausage, mushrooms, onions, zuchinnis

chocolate
crisps

Onion Bhaji
Vegetable Curry, Rice

I am sooooooooooo full!!! Ugh :-(

Woodsie
Dec 15th, 2006, 12:24 PM
Eaten like a bottomless bellied beast today

*sits with tummy distended*

toasted rye bread, granovita paté, cherry tomatoes
nettle tea
water

mega-salad (peppers,cuke,tomatoes,pumpkin seeds, lemon juice balsamic vinegar and olive oil drizzled)
3 chickpea burgers (yep..three)
water

pepper,onion,mushroom,carrot and nutty roast,little peas, big corn on the cob,roast parsnips with maple syrup, roast spuds, really nice gravy.

g & b cherry chocolate melted into an alpro soya choc pudding tub. Outrageous!

Emma .. I can totally relate .. at this rate I'll be a stone heavier by xmas. I too sit with distended tummy vowing to never eat again!

Cherry
Dec 15th, 2006, 06:51 PM
I had Christmas dinner at work today. I ate:

THREE tofu grill sausages
Onion gravy (which I took in a thermos :D )
Sprouts
Carrots
Mashed turnip
About 5 roast potatoes
Roasted peppers and courgette
Vegan Christmas pudding
Soyatoo cream

I'm still too full to even contemplate dinner, though I'm sitting dangerously close to the mince pies :D

VeganBarbie
Dec 15th, 2006, 06:54 PM
ONION GRAVY????????? I NEED TO KNOW THAT RECIPE STAT!!!!!

please :)

RedWellies
Dec 15th, 2006, 07:15 PM
So far, a bowl of cereal (that nice one you had, Mr Flibble). How crap am I today?! At least it was a big bowl! I'm now having a glass of wine and food is cooking!

Cherry
Dec 15th, 2006, 07:20 PM
Hi Vegan Barbie - onion gravy link (http://www.parsleysoup.co.uk/sauces/oniongravy.htm) I think corn flour is the same as 'corn starch' in the US

For the stock I usually use vecon - it comes in a jar with a green lid and looks a bit like marmite. (http://www.goodnessdirect.co.uk/cgi-local/frameset/detail/600210.html)

What's for dinner RW? :) I hope you get a very big serving!

RedWellies
Dec 15th, 2006, 08:00 PM
What's for dinner RW? :) I hope you get a very big serving!

Yes, I did! I had a big baked potato with quinoa, peppers, tomotoes, aduki beans, onion, basil and garlic. Yum! Now thinking about pud!!

Cherry
Dec 15th, 2006, 08:12 PM
That sounds lovely :) I'm glad you made up for not eating much earlier.

Since my last post I've had a glass of wine and 2 mince pies.

VeganBarbie
Dec 15th, 2006, 09:35 PM
Hi Vegan Barbie - onion gravy link (http://www.parsleysoup.co.uk/sauces/oniongravy.htm) I think corn flour is the same as 'corn starch' in the US

For the stock I usually use vecon - it comes in a jar with a green lid and looks a bit like marmite. (http://www.goodnessdirect.co.uk/cgi-local/frameset/detail/600210.html)

What's for dinner RW? :) I hope you get a very big serving!

oh wow.. thank you sooo much. I love onions and I love gravy :D

RedWellies
Dec 15th, 2006, 10:42 PM
I'm glad you made up for not eating much earlier.
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I more than made up for it as I've also had ginger cake and custard and some chocolate!