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 Post subject: What have you eaten today?
PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 6:39 pm 
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I have seen communal food logs on a number of message boards, vegan and otherwise. I think they are a good idea because they can give other people ideas for meals (e.g., if something someone ate sounds really tasty we can ask for a recipe or try it ourselves) and it can give people, especially those who are not yet vegan, an idea of the variety of vegan foods that are out there.

You can post your food whenever you want; no need to feel you have to do it daily.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 6:42 pm 
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My food for today--I haven't had dinner yet, but I am cooking it now.

B: wholegrain cereal with light soy milk, cup of green tea
L: v. small amount of a seitan/broccoli stew, tofurkey italian sausage w/ one slice of wheat bread
D: tofu vindaloo with brown jasmine rice

This is a light day for me. I got a rather upset stomach this afternoon, so I didn't have a snack then as I usually would.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2005 6:47 pm 
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Breakfast. Oatmeal with soya milk.
Lunch. beans on toast (brown bread)
Have not had dins yet.
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Mmm, I love baked beans on toast. And on baked/jacket potatoes.

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I usually have them on jacket potato!!.
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Today I've been eating a bunch of a crock pot dish with seitan chicken, rice, veggies, and salsa/Mexican style sauce

Also ate a few peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and some pasta with a Tofurkey sausage

And, of course, lots of H2O


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Ohhhh, I finally tried that Tofurky sausage in the past couple of weeks & it's really good! I was quite surprised!

For breakfast I had a small bowl of lentil soup & a Boca chik patty.

For lunch I had a bean burrito with salsa, lettuce, tomato & guac. I could eat guac all day, every day!

No plans for dinner yet.

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2005 7:17 pm 
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CrispyQ wrote:
I could eat guac all day, every day!



Mmmmmmm.....guac. Me too Crispy Q. Love guacamole and avocado salsa!


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compassionategirl wrote:
CrispyQ wrote:
I could eat guac all day, every day!



Mmmmmmm.....guac. Me too Crispy Q. Love guacamole and avocado salsa!


Robert just bought a jumbo quantity of guac this week and has been kind enough to share some...MMMM, I LOVE it!

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2005 11:13 pm 
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Oh, and today I've had fusilli w/ olive oil and salt (I didn't have anything to make a real sauce with :cry: ) and some mandarin orange slices, and now I'm having pinto beans in chipotle sauce. Very boring food day today, no time to cook anything interesting at all!
I'm gearing up for my big Thanksgiving cooking spree though, I"m pretty psyched :D

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I could eat guac all day too


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I haven't had much today, but yesterday I had:

Wholegrain cereal with soy milk, green tea
Soy yogurt with wheat germ
"Tuna" salad sandwich
Apple crisp
Tofu vindaloo with brown jasmine rice
A few french fries at the bar while I was playing

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2006 7:12 pm 
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This is pretty old, but I really enjoyed my dinner tonight and wanted to share--this seemed like a good thread in which to do that.

All my food today:

B: oatmeal, banana, cuppa tea
S: baby carrots with hummus
L: sweet potato, kidney bean, & peanut stew over quinoa
S: soy yogurt with wheat germ, cuppa tea
S: a few pita chips and a few peanuts
D: jerk seitan over quinoa, broccoli

The jerk seitan is delish! The recipe is from Vegan with a Vengeance. The peanut stew is also yummy; that one is from Vegan Planet. I am all about the quinoa lately. I can make a pot of it and just put my dishes over it.

I considered making scones (recipe from VwaV) but I'm thinking I have eaten enough now!

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I haven't been eating well lately.

B -coffee w-lite soy
S -banana, green tea
L -1/3 bag baby carrots, green tea
S -6 strawberries
D -cup of black bean chili with a side of organic tortilla chips and organic salsa
S -organic red wine, no sulfites added (yeah I know real healthy)

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2006 12:47 am 
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Today I ate

a peach
some dates
tangelo
grapefruit
2 tomatoes


mmm


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