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Old 03-01-2003, 03:10 AM   #1
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Late Lunch: Banana, Spirulina & soya milk smoothie

Dinner: Soy Sausages and homemade chunky Kumera Chips and Peas

and lotsa Hemp Beers all afternoon and this evening
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Old 03-01-2003, 03:20 AM   #2
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Today Menu Included:

Breakfast: Tofutti Cream Cheese (Garlic and Herb flavored)

I can't get enough of that Tofutti cream cheese - and it's quite pricey too. The really weird thing is that when I was omni and then veggie I hated real cream cheese!

Yesterday I ate:
Breakfast: Tofutti cream cheese (garlic and herb) on toasted homemade bread
Lunch: Tofutti cream cheese (garlic and herb) on freshly made homemade bread - I know I have a problem, do they have rehab for tofutti cream cheese?
Supper: Leftover curried beans (oh so good ) on baked potato with Reds gucamole and salad
Tons of water and some wine
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Old 03-01-2003, 04:22 AM   #3
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I woke up this morning and mixed up some pancake batter, then realized that I had no syrup, so I had...

Breakfast (~12:10pm): a banana to keep from passing out

... then went to the store and got some fake syrup and onion bagels, then home to have...

Second Breakfast (~12:45pm): pancakes

... after which I must have had ...

A Snack (~1:00?pm): a few pistachios and a piece of dark chocolate

... and I forget what I did for a while, but I felt a bit peckish and had...

Another Snack (~2:40pm): a few more pistachios

... then thought that these pistachios aren't as wonderful as they could be. Well, I took a nap and woke up an hour later with the urge to have...

Lunch? (~4:20pm): an onion bagel, as mentioned earlier
... then, after some time, sat down for...

Dinner (7:30pm): Lots of salad (lettuce, tomato, green bell pepper, green onion, spicy thai peanut sauce) and some crazy Indian curry/lentil/carrot/red bell pepper/raisin dish

... later, I decided to watch a movie and have...

Yet Another Snack (~10:00pm): a bowl of chocolate/peanut butter soy cream

... which satiated my hunger while I totally lost track of time and figured that I was hungry enough to have...
Yes, one more Snack (~2:00am): Of a bowl of frosted flakes with vanilla soy milk

... which concludes the eating of my day, following my absurd sleep schedule. I should really go to sleep before I regret it any more than I already will.
Observation: I seem to eat minor meals every three and a half hours.
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Old 03-01-2003, 08:27 AM   #4
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Wow, it's occurring to me how lousy I've been eating lately! Must do better! sheesh!
Yesterday I ate:

10am: a few bites of hashbrowns
4pm: roasted potatos

OJ and kiwi strawberry juice to drink throughout the day

10pm: scoop of soy chocolate ice cream &
chips and soy french onion dip (tofutti sour supreme & onion soup mix) & glass of cherry coke
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Old 03-01-2003, 12:15 PM   #5
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do they have rehab for tofutti cream cheese?
I second that remark. I can't get enough of Tofutti cream cheese!
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Old 03-01-2003, 12:17 PM   #6
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brek: Cinnamon Life with Vanilla Silk

Decaf coffee w/ honey & Silk

lunch: Baked potato w/ italian dressing (mmm)


Yesterday I ate
late brek: Cinnamon Life with Vanilla Silk

coffee

early din: Gnocchi w/ sauce (mmm)

late din: popcorn w/ sea salt

half an avacado (mmm)
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Old 09-26-2006, 09:21 PM   #7
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Breakfast: peanut butter, bannana, and hemp seed on toast
Tea.
Lunch: two tofurky snausages
Tea.
Dinner: cereal and rice milk
Tea.

I am sooo sick Ive been drinking raspberry leaf tea alllllllll day. I cannot stand being stuffed up!! Any suggestions to help? I just want to breathe!!!!
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Old 03-01-2003, 06:16 PM   #8
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I second that remark. I can't get enough of Tofutti cream cheese!


Okay. You guys have convinced me! I'm going to have to buy some Tofutti Cream Cheese! I've never bought it because I never liked real cream cheese...but I looovvvveee Tofutti Sour Supreme (and never liked Sour Cream much...) sooo yeah! Must try the tofutti cream cheese too!
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Old 03-02-2003, 02:10 AM   #9
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Okay. You guys have convinced me! I'm going to have to buy some Tofutti Cream Cheese! I've never bought it because I never liked real cream cheese...

Be careful, it's very addictive! Like I said I never liked cream cheese, and I was very suspicious when red brought a tub home - now I'm hooked and it's about 2.50 for a small tub (purple dreams of huge vats of toffuti....)
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Old 10-05-2004, 02:50 PM   #10
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Be careful, it's very addictive! Like I said I never liked cream cheese, and I was very suspicious when red brought a tub home - now I'm hooked and it's about 2.50 for a small tub (purple dreams of huge vats of toffuti....)
I've never tried the tofutti cream cheese because it has hydrogenated oil in it in the US. I used to just love cream cheese. Oh well...
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Old 10-05-2004, 03:12 PM   #11
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I've never tried the tofutti cream cheese because it has hydrogenated oil in it in the US. I used to just love cream cheese. Oh well...
Tofutti does have a non-hydrogenated version of their cream cheese available in the US. It is a yellow tub instead of white.
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Old 10-05-2004, 06:39 PM   #12
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Yesterday
Breakfast: Large gala apple, vitamin water
Lunch: Leftover 1/2 seitanic ceasar salad from Chicago Diner and cornbread and Juiced Peach Tazo tea
Dinner: Frozen pan-fried veggie potstickers
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Old 10-05-2004, 06:43 PM   #13
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Today
Breakfast: "Everything" bagel plain and Odwalla Strawberry Banana smoothie
Lunch: Food with co-workers at our tired Thai restaurant: Sweet Basil Noodle w/tofu - (no fish sauce- I hope! I always feel like I'm playing Russian Roulette at Thai restaurants.)
Dinner: Veggie turnovers with cheddar "cheese" (from recipe), probably stuffed with onion, spinach and broccoli - although I still have time to change my mind about the exact veggies
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Old 10-11-2004, 05:42 PM   #14
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k how do i get to upload pictures? do i have to have a lot of posts?
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Old 10-11-2004, 06:24 PM   #15
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Breakfast:

Grain box cereal with regular fortified Rice Dream
Coffee

Lunch:
3 bean minestrone soup fortified with extra tomato and spinach
soy hot dog on whole wheat bun with alfalfa sprouts and green onions
juice

Thanksgiving dinner:
ancient grain burger patty
mashed potatoes
gravy
corn
baguette
apple cider

Snack:
banana
homemade flax chip cookie
homemade peanut butter cookie
water
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