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  1. Yeah I dont think I will be able to eat anywhere near that amount of food a day. So I am just trying to eat the things that are most nutritious out of every meal. I have been eating nuts and lentils at every oportunity between meals. Thanks heaps for the suggestions.
  2. Thanks heaps!! I wasn't going to have the soda or crackers, just use it as a rough guideline. Thanks for you help. I am playing a show in sydney tomorrow night, are there any good places to eat around newtown? I know that Ichu (spelling?) is amazing on glebe point road and I like Green Palace Thai a fair bit aswell. My friend works at Organic Produce on Crown street so I will probably go there tomorrow for lunch.
  3. Thanks man. You are such a great help. I was thinking about roughly following this diet: Example Day 1 8AM 1 1/2c Oatmeal 8g pro 210 Cal 1 Banana 1g pro 80 Cal Soy Protein Drink 20g pro 330 Cal 16oz water 29g pro 620 Cal 10AM 1 cup walnuts 14g pro 250 Cal 1 cup grapes 0g pro 100 Cal 1 Protein bar 12g pro 240 Cal 16oz water 26g pro 590 Cal 12PM 2 boca burgers 26g pro 180 Cal 4 slices of bread 24g pro 720 Cal 1 baked potato 5g pro 80 Cal 1 serving spinach 2g pro 70 Cal 2 tofu hotdogs 18g pro 90 Cal 24oz water 75g pro 1,140 Cal 2PM 3 serv. Crackers 6g pro 210 Cal 2 s. peanut butter 14g pro 340 Cal 1 banana 1g pro 80 Cal 8oz orange juice 1g pro 100 Cal 22g pro 630 Cal 4PM Soy protein drink 20g pro 340 Cal 12oz water 20g pro 340 Cal 6PM 4 serv. Pasta 28g pro 480 Cal 2 s. refried beans 12g pro 140 Cal 1 cup broccoli 5g pro 150 Cal 2 serv. Baked tofu 26g pro 150 Cal 16oz orange juice 1g pro 200 Cal 72g pro 1,120 Cal 8PM 1 Orange 1g pro 80 Cal 1 serving almonds 7g pro 100 Cal 12oz natural soda 0g pro 170 Cal 8g pro 350C 10PM Soy protein drink 20g pro 340 Cal 2 serv. Corn chips 4g pro 240 Cal 2 serv. Salsa 2g pro 140 Cal 20oz water 26g pro 720 Cal Totals 278g protein 5,510 Calories Example Day 2 8AM 4 Organic Waffles 16g pro 480 Cal Maple syrup 0g pro 80 Cal Banana 1g pro 80 Cal Soy protein drink 20g pro 340 Cal 16oz water 37g pro 980 Cal 10AM 3 servings almonds 21g pro 300 Cal Protein bar 12g pro 240 Cal Banana 1g pro 80 Cal 16oz water 34g pro 620 Cal 12PM 2 Tofu Salami sandwiches 56g pro 800 Cal 2 servings spinach 1g pro 100 Cal 2 servings carrots 1g pro 70 Cal 16oz orange juice 1g pro 100 Cal 59g pro 1,070 Cal 2PM 3 serv. Crackers 6g pro 210 Cal 2 s. peanut butter 14g pro 340 Cal 1 banana 1g pro 80 Cal 8oz orange juice 1g pro 100 Cal 22g pro 630 Cal 4PM Soy protein drink 20g pro 340 Cal Flax oil/glutamine/B12 0g pro 35 Cal 12 oz water 20g pro 375 Cal 6PM 2 boca burgers 26g pro 180 Cal 3 servings lentil soup 27g pro 360 Cal 1 boiled potato 5g pro 80 Cal 1 cup broccoli 5g pro 100 Cal 12oz soy milk 11g pro 250 Cal 12oz water 74g pro 970 Cal 8PM 2 slices of toast 12g pro 340 Cal 2 servings peanut butter 14g pro 340 Cal 16oz water 26g pro 680 Cal 10PM 2 soy protein drinks 40g pro 680 Cal 16oz water 40g pro 680 Cal Totals: 311 grams of protein 5,955 Calories What do you think?? I have no idea what Clif Bars or Boca Burgers are and I am not sure where to get vegan salami.
  4. Hello vegans, I am looking for a good bulking diet, because my diet at the moment is rubbish. Pretty much I have just been eating a lot of food with high protein and carbs and then a fair bit of fruit. But I am pretty lazy and get stuck for ideas of what to eat. For me, I would prefer to have a diet set in stone that I can follow everyday (and mix it up a little), to know when to eat and how much, just t know that I am getting enough of everything. I have been training hard and eating heaps. I have put on three kilos in two weeks with no noticeable fat gains (stoked!). But I am a little worried about what I am eating. I am 19 years old and I live in Canberra in a house full of vegans (so good!!). My brothers fiancé is an amazing cook, so I get to eat the food she makes sometimes. At the moment my diet is roughly: Upon Waking: 400 ml of soymilk, 3 scoops of Designer Physique soy protein isolate, 1 banana, little bit of Vanilla Extract. 1st meal: Bowl of muesli with soymilk. 2nd meal: Tvp Bolognaise sauce with pasta. 3rd meal: 4 slices of toast with natural peanut butter. Before Bed: Upon Waking: 400 ml of soymilk, 3 scoops of Designer Physique soy protein isolate, 1 banana, little bit of Vanilla Extract. Plus I take Flaxseed Oil Capsules (how many should I take??) and a Multi every day, and B12 once a week. I know it sucks. Can someone please help?!?
  5. set your goals? great progress dood! you seem really fit Whoa!! Massive change. I hope that is Haley Williams... So cute!!
  6. Yeah Au Lac is great, it is one of my favorite Mock meat restaurants. I think they do some of the best Rice paper rolls (Cold rolls) that I have ever tasted, lots of mint and basil. I think the food there is pretty healthy, some stuff is healthier than others of course. It's a good place to take omni friends as well. There are a couple of Ethiopian Places that have some Great Vegan food as well. If you want to add size and eat natural nutrional food, it's always good to know a good whole foods store, if you don't have one already there is one in Griffith that isn't bad. Do you mean Mountain Creek in griffith?? Thats about a 5 minute drive from my house. I will definitely go in and check it out. Also, the company I work for sell health food products and I have already got a good multivitamin, but we sell flaxeed oil capsules aswell. Are they worth taking? And in what dosage? Thanks SV, you have been a huge help
  7. Yeah man, I ate at Au Lac last night!! Amazing tasting food, but I am not sure about the nutritional value. But braised mock chicken and vegetables with cashew nuts cant be that bad right?!? Thanks for that thread, i will suss some good Australian supplements. xx
  8. Thanks heaps guys. All of the information is really good. I will look into getting some protein powder soon, but for now I am just going to dramatically increase the amount of good natural foods that i eat. Does anyone have a simple and effective diet plan that I could have a look at? And Sydneyvegan, thanks heaps for the help, I am keen to talk to you more about good quality products that we can get over here
  9. I have been vegan for two years. I used to train when i wasn't vegan and i got really good results but since then have let them slip. I a very keen to get back into training on a vegan diet, but am a little apprehensive as to the gains that I can get on a vegan diet. Any help or tips on if I should be on Protein powder (and what one??) and just general information about training on a vegan diet would be much appreciated. I look forward to getting to know you all!!
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