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Old September 22nd, 2008, 03:50 PM
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I was thinking the same thing. It doesn't seem like a lot of food per meal/snack but I bet the nut butters, nuts and hummus provide satiety and fullness.

Everything looks delicous, Ryan. Would you mind sharing the soup recipe?

Alexandra
Soup = good.

Recipe is here:
http://recipesfrom4everykitchen.blog...bean-soup.html
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Just curious, Ryan....is that an apple in there with the meal that has the blueberries?
Noel,

Good call. I forgot to type that in - I just added it!
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I am loving this post! Thanks for sharing Ryan!

Can we have a meal pic thread over in the Vegetarian sub-forum
so that everybody can post some pics of their meals? It would be wonderful to get inspired by what types of Vegetarian meals other Pners are eating. Recently I've decided to adopt the PN lifestyle vegan again, but the thing that always seems to throw me off course are the meal options and the protein debate.

Since you always provide such excellent information, I am confident that I'll now be able to make it work in the long term.

Thank you!
Good idea.....I'll start one.
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Another Set Of Pics

As you can tell here - I got a bunch of beets, squash, greens, corn and peaches in my weekly produce delivery.

Batch of roasted onions, squash, beets, eggplant, potatoes, and tomatoes. A little canola oil, chili powder, and paprika added.
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Lettuce with raisins, carrots, Woodstock dressing, broccoli. Collard greens, beets, eggplant, broccoli. Corn.
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Sweet potato with cinnamon, beets, peach, tomatoes. Chocolate Vega shake with kale, banana, almond milk.
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Red quinoa with marinara sauce, collard greens, green peas, corn.

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Collard leaf with red quinoa/marinara mix, beets, peach, corn.
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Everything looks so colorful and delicious, good stuff Ryan.
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Last batch of pics for now....

"Mock Tuna Salad" (mashed chickpeas, Vegenaise, celery, onions, pickles), tomato slices, yam with walnuts, cinnamon and flax. Salad with carrots and Woodstock dressing.
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My daily staple: Vega, Sun Warrior Rice Protein Powder, almond milk, kale (or chard/spinach/beet greens), frozen banana, ice, water.

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Lettuce leaf, roasted eggplant (I had this with my Vega shake)
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Roasted beets, squash, onions, tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, sprouted grain bread, nat. peanut butter, corn.

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Two more:

Mushrooms, peas, corn, broccoli
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Peas, corn, brown rice, sweet potatoes, mushrooms
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Hey Ryan, I have 2 questions. First, how are you roasting your eggplant? Look delicious. Second, how much hummus is a serving? Thanks.
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Hey Ryan, I have 2 questions. First, how are you roasting your eggplant? Look delicious. Second, how much hummus is a serving? Thanks.
Hey Peg,

I roast the eggplant in the oven with a little bit of canola oil. 400 degrees. 15 or 20 minutes depending on the size.

A standard serving of hummus is 2 TBSP. But its super nutritious and very filling. I usually just recommend people take a couple big spoonfuls.

Thanks for checking in!
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This was a Gourmet Nutrition inspired meal.

--Stuffed Zucchini (just nixed the feta) (page 186)
--Quinoa, Apple, Walnut Salad (replaced turkey sausage with Amy's Veggie Breakfast Sausage) (page 146)


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