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PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2013 1:11 pm 
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this evening we are going to have - Rocket and cherry tomato spaghetti ... using up bits as we are off to the coast for the week-end ...

oh, we have a bit of melon to have for a starter ...

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We had huge salads with a scallion tahini dressing, quick-pickled fava beans, and some buffalo tempeh. Weird, but good!


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 5:11 pm 
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best pizza i have made: garlic crust, pizza sauce with sriracha, daiya, jalapenos from neighbor's garden, fire roasted peppers, crumbled up veggie burgers, zucchini & beefsteak tomatoes...side salad of organic mixed greens, tomato, homemade basil croutons and balsamic-olive oil dressing.

That might be the best pizza I've ever heard of! And the salad sounds like a perfect side. Can I come over for leftovers?

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 6:23 pm 
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I don't know! I've had zero appetite for the past few days, which is weird since I normally turn into munch monster this time of month. But I'm feeling kind of light headed, so I need something more substantial than the yogurt and chocolate chips I had earlier. Might be the lexapro killing my appetite since I almost have an aversion to eating.

Ideas? My back hurts, so no real cooking. Nothing bulky. I don't have much produce and made/didn't really eat hummus a couple days ago.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:49 pm 
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I don't know! I've had zero appetite for the past few days, which is weird since I normally turn into munch monster this time of month. But I'm feeling kind of light headed, so I need something more substantial than the yogurt and chocolate chips I had earlier. Might be the lexapro killing my appetite since I almost have an aversion to eating.

Ideas? My back hurts, so no real cooking. Nothing bulky. I don't have much produce and made/didn't really eat hummus a couple days ago.


i eat really weird stuff depending on what sort of sick i'm feeling. (last fall i had several weeks when the only thing i didn't lose was sour patch kids.)

here are just a bunch of things i do at different times that might inspire you to...never come over for dinner.

toast, "why am i not in bed?" miso soup (i microwave water with a bullion cube maybe and add lots of ginger powder, cayenne, tamari, and miso. i do this all in a measuring cup which i then drink out of), sorbet, frozen veg with hot sauce, rice noodles with tamari, chips with hummus, carrots with hummus, cereal, lentil soup (out of a can), sour patch kids, ginger candies, minty soy ice cream, strawberry popsicles

i don't know that any of that is more substantial than yogurt or that it will be doable for you. that's just some of what works for me when my body forgets what food is and that it's supposed to want it.

i hope you feel better soon.


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I made carrot raisin muffins and stuffed some arugula and chickpeas in half a pita with some goddess dressing. I think that was about right.

Sorbet would be nice. I'll have to get some tomorrow.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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i hear ya, lavawitch. years ago i took lexapro (as prescribed by my cognitive behavioral therapist) and it totally zapped my appetite. i had success with having 6-8 snacks/mini-meals throughout the day instead of three big meals. helped me a bunch.

tonight we enjoyed buffalo tempeh sammies & loaded baked potatoes.


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Can I come to your house for dinner tonight? This sounds amazing.

I'm eating two carrot raisin muffins with gobs of almond butter and jelly. Or at least I will when Molly stops hogging the plate.

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That might be the best pizza I've ever heard of! And the salad sounds like a perfect side. Can I come over for leftovers?





like there are leftovers around here! never!

tonight: mixed organic baby greens with tomatoes, balsamic baked tofu & zucchini with a olive oil - lemon dressing...super cheezey garlic bread on the side!

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I'm making rajma (red kidney bean curry), and need to make a pot of soup for the rest of the week for lunches so I'm thinking maybe chickpea noodle soup. Might also make a batch of sausage rolls - I'm in a cookin' mood.

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