Just curious. I'm not a vegan by any means, but I'm getting tired of eating meat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner all the time and was wondering if you guys had good ideas for breakfast and lunch. Dinner, I plan to eat meat, but lately, it hasn't been sitting right with during the day, especially after I work out. Plus, my parents don't eat the best and don't eat a lot of vegetables and since I've moved back in with them, I want to try to make healthier meals for them, too.
So I'm open to any suggestions. I think there's a blender in our house, but I'd prefer not to have a smoothie all the time and I know my parents won't drink those. I am trying to lose weight, but that's not why I'm asking for vegan meals, but just keep that in mind because I'm not trying to gain weight, either.
Most Helpful Guy
Muesli, without added sugar is nice or hot porridge with salt or honey.
Fried mushrooms, hash browns, eggs, baked beans (preferably one with less sugar and salt than the market leaders), fried tomatoes.
Wholemeal bread with butter and jam or honey or Marmite.
Quorn is a good meat substitute.
Great, now I'm hungry.0
Most Helpful Girl
Breakfast: Cereal with full fat milk, porridge with golden syrup, platter of fried eggs, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, baked beans and hash browns, toast with butter, jam and marmalade, coffee with milk.
Lunch: tomato soup, sourdough bread roll, roast chicken, roast potatoes, brussels sprouts, fried tomato, gravy, sticky toffee pudding with custard, coffee.
Snack: Chocolate with hazelnuts. Do not buy Hershey, it's vile. Buy British chocolate.
What has this to do with veganinity? Let me explicate you. Not eating meat is a stupid idea. Not eating meat is the stupidest idea in the entire history of the world. Eat whatever you want, then go back to saying how vegan you are when somebody asks you whether you are vegan or not. That's what all the other vegans do -- look at the empty meat, fish and egg wrappers and boxes in their dustbins.0
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