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#16 Postby godesslissa » Sun May 15, 2005 9:13 am

michaelhobson wrote:Breakfast - Smoothie
1 cup Silk soymilk enhanced with flax oil for Omega 3s
One Orange
One Banana
5 grams creatine
40 grams Nutribiotic Rice Protein

Lunch Bag - Kind of light today, but I will be going out at lunch as today is not a training day. Usually spend my lunch hour at the gym 3-4 days per week.

About a pound of leftover mexican casserole made of corn tortillas, refried beans, fried potatos and onions, tofu and enchilada sauce.

Cliff Bar, Carrot Cake flavor
Two Bananas
320z. Soymilk

Will probably grab a vegan chicken salad sandwich at the local health food store on my break.

On a typical day add a couple of bagels or peanut butter and Jelly on whole wheat, another Cliff bar and more leftovers. :D

Dinner tonight will be out with my girlfriend. We are trying to decide between our favorite Thai place or the new Vegan Chinese restaurant with the all you can eat buffet! 8) Damn I love that place!

Started bulking in October 2004 at 205 pounds, currently 242 with a goal of 250. Nice to see that goal so close now. Then comes the hard part of shedding all the extra fat. Oh well, there is a lot of new muscle to help with that.

LOL. That's my favorite midnight snack. :lol:
I just got home from work so I just finished breakfast and I'll think about lunch whenever I wake up- (I've been craving notdogs with vegitarian baked beans so I might have that for a snack when I wake up)
This morning I had 12 oz of chocolate shake (naturade & silk) a banana and oatmeal (not instant) with raisins and flax seed oil. I'll have my multivitamin and my vitamin C, B-6 and B12 in a few minutes and then I'll be off to bed until dodgeball this afternoon. (About 30 of my friends and I get together every sunday in the summer to play and today is the first game of the summer- It's a damned shame it's only going to get to 53 degrees here today! :( )

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#17 Postby godesslissa » Sun May 15, 2005 9:23 am

bobbycore wrote:BURRITOS ARE GOOD!
:lol: I was thinking about how awesome burritos are yesterday (had two huge bean and veggie burritos for dinner last night) I'll make a burrito out of anything- it's my favorite kind of "fast food" I'll make a burrito out of beans, rice, veggies, seitan or whatever else I have in the fridge and eat it on the way to work or school or the gym. I've also taken peanut butter (or Tofutti cream cheese with a little lime or lemon juice and just a pinch of organic sugar) and spread it on a tortilla with fresh fruit for a snack.

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Re: MMMM

#18 Postby bobbycore » Mon May 16, 2005 7:23 am

godesslissa wrote:
bobbycore wrote:BURRITOS ARE GOOD!
:lol: I was thinking about how awesome burritos are yesterday (had two huge bean and veggie burritos for dinner last night) I'll make a burrito out of anything- it's my favorite kind of "fast food" I'll make a burrito out of beans, rice, veggies, seitan or whatever else I have in the fridge and eat it on the way to work or school or the gym. I've also taken peanut butter (or Tofutti cream cheese with a little lime or lemon juice and just a pinch of organic sugar) and spread it on a tortilla with fresh fruit for a snack.


Yeah i never really use bread anymore, except for toast....

everything is in a wrap of some sort. My fav is to do a hummos, veggie and seitan wrap w/ avacado. :)

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#19 Postby Over40 » Thu May 26, 2005 9:25 am

Hey,

In my lunch is an apple, banana, tomato, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on whole wheat bread, and an organic nutrition bar. Sometimes it's a salad, apples, bananas, etc.

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#20 Postby paulina172 » Sat May 28, 2005 9:28 pm

lunch box:

peanut butter and banana sandwich on whole wheat bread OR Amy's bean & rice burrito
chocolate soy pudding
organic raisins
& a bottle of water


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#21 Postby lelle » Thu Jun 02, 2005 3:30 pm

bananas, different sweets, a bottle of orange juice...i should bring some alternation into it...

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#22 Postby Renecarol25 » Fri Jun 03, 2005 1:34 pm

I don't actually pack a lunch bag for myself per se.. I go out sometimes for lunch - I just found a nice vegetarian restaurant about 2 miles from my office which is awesome. Otherwise I bring gardenburger meals or leftovers to work and use the microwave to cook/reheat. I do pack a lunch sack for my daughter which usually consists of a fruit (orange, banana) or fruit cup (pineapple, peaches, pears), various small vegan snacks for variety (cookie type stuff), and her favourite sandwich is hummus on pita bread with pickles (sometimes I add carrot shreds because she doesn't much like vegetables but will eat just about anything smothered in hummus:)) Othertimes I use yves veggie bologna with ketchup in pita bread. Sometimes I make smartdogs (cut them in half) and wrap them in a little dough and bake them. They do pretty well lasting all day in a lunchbox and eating cold. Occasionally she will eat PB&J. Someday I fear she will hate hummus as I do PB&J if she doesn't stop eating it every day.


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