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Wednesday 27th February

Breakfast – museli with soya milk, fruity tea

Lunch – falafel/salad sandwich on granary bread, a large orange juice

Dinner – wholemeal pasta with vegan pesto (Meridian), steamed spinach and beluga lentils, topped off with some slices of gently fried aubergine

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Thursday 28th February

Breakfast – toast and jam (one slice wholemeal, one slice rye, jam = St Dalfour high fruit content jam), coffee

Lunch – wholemeal sandwich with ‘Tangy Tomato Tofu Spread’, half an avocado with freshly squeezed lemon juice, glass of orange juice

Dinner – noodles (an instant non-egg variety), with gently fried ginger and sweet red pepper, baked half of an avocado and baked tomatoes, steamed spinach and hazelnuts, steamed asparagus.  This was an awesome dinner and I wish I’d taken a photo of it! 🙂

Dessert – Chopped banana, Alpro caramel flavour dessert pot and maple syrup.  OK, a bit of a kid’s pudding, but it was lovely 🙂

 

Breakfast: 1 slice Biona rye bread, toasted, half a can of baked beans, slices of V-pud, lightly fried in olive oil.  2 mugs of tea with soya milk.

Lunch: Sandwich made from 2 slices Biona rye bread with tangy tomato tofu paste.  A raw carrot.  A salad of chopped lettuce, cucumber, red and yellow peppers, canned sweetcorn, tomatoes.  A packet of Walker’s Ready Salted crisps.  A black coffee.  Some dates and pumpkin seeds.

Dinner: Quinoa ‘risotto’ with onion, leeks, carrot and chestnuts, served with some slices of ‘Tofu Rosso’ (bought from local shop – not bad) and a spoonful of mango chutney.  Herbal tea.

Breakfast:  Fruity tea.  2 slices Biona rye bread with omega 3.  1 slice spread with dark, creamed tahini.  1 slice with nori strips and spread with tangy tomato tofu paste.  A fresh kiwi fruit.  5 dates.

Lunch: Leftovers from the day before – roast parsnip, butternut squash, broccoli and cauliflower with beluga lentils.  A large handful of raisins. 500ml ‘FruitHit’ fairtrade orange juice.

Evening:  Bowl of museli with soya milk, herbal tea.  Wasn’t feeling hungry, or like having a big cooking session so just had this and got an early night.  Slept like a lamb for about 9 hours.

Friday 15th February

Breakfast: a banana, an apple, some black tea

Lunch: a baked potato, tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber, peppers, beetroot.  Fruit: watermelon, pineapple, red grapes.  A handful of mixed nuts.  A mug of almond milk.

Dinner: Boiled rice, toasted hazelnuts, asparagus, spinach and mange tout (steamed), with a peanut sauce, followed by an Alpro soya dessert.

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Herbal Tea

Coffee soya milk

Saturday 16th February

Breakfast: granary toast with marmite and houmous, a kiwi fruit, tea with soya milk

Munched and nibbled during road trip:  a banana, an Alpro soya dessert, peanuts, raw mange tout peas, houmous

Mid-afternoon: a soya latte from a coffee shop

Dinner: Chinese takeaway: plain rice, tofu and vegetables in black bean sauce

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Herbal tea

Sunday 17th February

Breakfast: oatmeal with banana, kiwi, sunflower seeds, jam, milled linseed, a slice of granary toast with marmite, tea with soya milk

Mid-morning: black tea, 2 slices of Valerie’s homemade Lenten Cake (a scrumptious cake made with oil and orange juice)

Lunch: large plateful of oven roasted veg (butternut squash, potoatoes, parsnips, broccoli, cauliflower) with beluga lentils and steamed spinach, followed by tinned fruit salad, lychees and an Alpro soya dessert – caramel flavour (have nearly worked through all the flavours now…. dark chocolate definitely the best in my opinion)

Snacks: rather too much ‘Oatly’ chocolate flavoured oat milk, 2 x ‘Nak’d’ raw cherry bars.  (Oh dear…  Got a bit carried away with the Vegan snacks after an impromptu trip to a large supermarket…)

I’d eaten so much today and was feeling really full so I didn’t have any dinner in the evening.

What an abundance!

 

Thursday 14th February

Breakfast:  ‘Eat Natural’ gluten-free toasted museli (which is totally 110% delicious and worth every penny I have to say) with Alpro almond milk.  500ml ‘Fruithit’ Fairtrade orange juice.

Lunch: ‘Urban Eat’ Houmous and Roasted Vegetables sandwich, a salad of cherry tomatoes, beetroot, yellow peppers and cucumber, a packet of Walker’s Ready Salted Crisps.

Mid-afternoon: A large mugful of Alpro Almond Milk

Dinner: Homemade vegetable chilli (portion saved from cook-up last weekend) with Quinoa.  Glass of Provamel unsweetened soya milk.

Chamomile tea.

Wednesday 13th February

Breakfast: 2 slices of granary toast with p-nut butter and jam, tea with soy milk, half an orange

Lunch: Falafel burger served on granary bread with houmous, avocado, fresh peppers, tomato, cucumber, lettuce, olives, jalapeno peppers.  Some tinned lychees with Alpro vanilla soya dessert.

Mid-afternoon: fruity tea

Evening: my evening was packed with stuff, which meant I didn’t have time to shop or prepare food.  This used to happen when I was an omnivore as well, and I would often end up eating toast, or ordering in a pizza and then not sleeping well as my body struggled to cope with the late-night overload of stodgy food.  When I got in at 9p.m. I listened to my body, and ended up eating 7 dates (untreated) and a mug of chamomile tea.  This turned out to be a good choice and I slept well, waking up hungry for breakfast.

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