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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2013 12:24 pm 
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I have no idea. I'm really hungry after not having eaten properly in three days, but my stomach ache is really bad. Can you guys give me some tips? I've tried plain toast and pasta, which worked ok but I'm out of it now. I'm too tired to make a proper meal, otherwise I would try a soup or something.


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I have no idea. I'm really hungry after not having eaten properly in three days, but my stomach ache is really bad. Can you guys give me some tips? I've tried plain toast and pasta, which worked ok but I'm out of it now. I'm too tired to make a proper meal, otherwise I would try a soup or something.


what do you have at home?

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:22 pm 
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I have no idea. I'm really hungry after not having eaten properly in three days, but my stomach ache is really bad. Can you guys give me some tips? I've tried plain toast and pasta, which worked ok but I'm out of it now. I'm too tired to make a proper meal, otherwise I would try a soup or something.


what do you have at home?


Not much that seems appealing at the moment, I have fruit and stuff but I guess that would only upset the stomach even more. Same with beans and lentils.
Other than that, I have rice, soy and oat milk, oats, different kinds of flours, avocados, nuts, tofu, homemade yoghurt.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:32 pm 
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Would eating some yogurt help your stomach, with the beneficial bacteria in it? Maybe try it with some vanilla and sweetener if you have them.

We're having cottage pie - seitan mince, carrots, peas, corn, green beans, onions, garlic and bisto under potato and broccoli mash. I've also made a tray of chickpea blondies.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I might make another batch of Amey's spinach dal because it was SO. DAMN. GOOD. http://veganeatsandtreats.blogspot.com/ ... palak.html


I really want to try this recipe, it looks great. I wonder if it'd work with frozen spinach? And if so how much? I have a tiny food budget this month & a whole load of lentils & frozen spinach!

I think it would totally work. I would just add what you estimate might be that amount of spinach fresh...and air on the side of more since frozen spinach is packed down but also watery.


Thank you! I halved the recipe, used 200g of frozen spinach & didn't use all of the water from the lentils. It was awesome, especially with the lime.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I made soup using one of those Bob's Red Mill soup starter things and added in carrots, celery, onion, garlic, a few collard greens, and some thyme. It was so simple, but is tasty and comforting and filling. Very good no-think dinner.

Last night I made Snobby Joes (vcon) for the first time ever and am kicking myself for not making it sooner. It's going to be a regular around here, for sure.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Gardein BBQ shreds on whole wheat buns with oven roasted broccoli. I was feeling particularly lazy tonight.


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Big salad with soy nuts, sunflower seeds, and miso dressing!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Tofu scramble with a packet of Fantastic seasoning, diced tomatoes, and peeled summer squash, with fried mashed potatoes.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Love Child wrote:
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Love Child wrote:
I have no idea. I'm really hungry after not having eaten properly in three days, but my stomach ache is really bad. Can you guys give me some tips? I've tried plain toast and pasta, which worked ok but I'm out of it now. I'm too tired to make a proper meal, otherwise I would try a soup or something.


what do you have at home?


Not much that seems appealing at the moment, I have fruit and stuff but I guess that would only upset the stomach even more. Same with beans and lentils.
Other than that, I have rice, soy and oat milk, oats, different kinds of flours, avocados, nuts, tofu, homemade yoghurt.

Rice is supposed to be gentle on an upset stomach. If you have white rice, even better.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I made the VEW steamed Chinese seitan filled buns. They are delightful. I've never had anything like this before. I also made a pot of hot and sour soup loosely based on the v'con recipe, but using up the veggies I had in my fridge.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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3 citrus marinated tempeh, lemon zest brocolini and pasta with EB and vegan-parm...

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Exciting change of plans! Went out for girl's night (my two best work friends and I have made this a thing) at a new Neapolitan wood-fired pizza place and had a cheese-less (they have Daiya, but that is not my thing) pizza with fresh garlic, oyster mushrooms, roasted Brussels sprouts, and pepperoncinis. It was surprisingly the best pizza I've had in ages. Perfect crust, and my favourite toppings.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Last night's dinner and today's lunch: beige food! Belgian endive gratin w/ cashew cheese sauce, mashed potatoes, schnitzel.


owwww... I want a piece of this! please please please! (or a pic?) :)


All gone, sorry! Next time ;)

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Pasta with sauteed veggies and an amazing bechamel sauce made with coconut oil.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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The amount of artisan vegan cheeses in my fridge (fresh mozzarella, smokey cheddar, cheddar beer, and the end of butternut queso) are calling for mac & cheese. I think I'll go stove-top style with a side of collards and roasted red beet.

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Fried rice with soft tofu and a fork tonne of veggies that I've got in my fridge.

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Mexican-spiced tempeh, red rice with lemon (duh!) and chili-onion tortillas that are left overs! :)

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GIANT salad with almonds, cashews, and miso-tahini dressing.


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I think I'm gonna make some summer rolls with the last of my rice paper and Thai basil.

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Butternut stew and dumplings.


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cilantro ginger lime broiled tofu served over fiesta rice salad, and plantains sauteed in virgin coconut oil.

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I had a huge steamed artichoke with a thrown-together garlic/lemon/EB/chili/fresh mint chutney dipping sauce, and tofu puffs with more of the mint chutney. That shiitake is good (from Vegan Indian Cooking). I was going to do a grain as well but that was all my appetite could handle.


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Vegan Diner chili with some Rio Zape beans from Rancho Gordo beans that I cooked up this morning. Those beans are so good! i could eat them plain, without salt or anything. I really need to cook beans from dried more often, especially since I'm home all the time.

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