Hello from Israel

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Re: Hello from Israel

#16 Postby DairyFree » Mon Jul 25, 2011 11:52 pm

Well I'm in Uvda so I've got nothing here, but I'll try and buy some items and bring them here.. Anyways, mind giving me a list of items I should consume?

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Re: Hello from Israel

#17 Postby AlexNLP » Tue Jul 26, 2011 4:02 am

First I think you should actually make a list for yourself. If you can't cook there you can start with some of the stuff mentioned earlier in this thread.
different fruits, veggies, whole grain breads, nut butters, Dark leafy green vegetables, tahini, almonds, nuts, seeds, different sprouts.
If you have at least a microwave you could somehow manage and bring with you frozen beans,peas, chickpeas...
Might be tricky though to keep cool for 5 hours drive.
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Re: Hello from Israel

#18 Postby DairyFree » Fri Jul 29, 2011 7:22 am

I ordered Pea protein and Hemp protein, which I'm going to bake cookies with and bring it to the army! (hemp protein for the mornings and in between meals, pea protein is post workout) hoping I'll get in shape quite fast :)

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Re: Hello from Israel

#19 Postby RoadToSoy » Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:53 am

Hey,

More Israelis here, cool.
Did you get officially recognized by the army as a vegan? You should if you haven't so far. It's kind of an intentionally difficult procedure (doable) but they give you like extra 600 NIS per month to buy food.
...and then you don't have to wear leather shoes either.


Oh, and also, you can bring anything that needs cooling with you quite easily.
Just freeze like 2-3 bottles of 1.5 litters and wrap them and the food in a clean sweater or a towel or something like that (for insulation) and put it in the middle of your bag. Like carrying a cooler, only practical.

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Re: Hello from Israel

#20 Postby lawsonsj » Sun Jan 15, 2012 10:18 am

Hello, just found your post. I hope the vegan diet is working for you. BTW believe it or not I am a rabbinical student. :D


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