I also try to include fresh whole grains, flax, and amaranth as well as a mixed green or spinach salad with lunch and/or dinner. I try to just avoid the meat substitutes for personal reasons as well as the fact that they just taste funny when you are used to the real thing.
Oatmeal with sliced almonds, raisins honey and soy milk
Burrito with beans, rice and cheese and all the veggies
Salsa and baked tortilla chips
Pesto Pasta with veggies, zuc, mushroom, broccoli
Fruit and OJ
Apple and peanut butter
Balsamic Tomato, basil, fresh mozzarella cheese sandwich
Baked potato with broccoli and cheddar cheese
Cottage cheese and fruit
Hummus & tomato wrap with celery and carrots
Cheese and crackers
Stir fry or steamed veggies, tofu and brown rice
Scrambled eggs and toast
Egg salad sandwich with carrots, fruit
Pretzels and raisins
Pasta with veggie marinara
Plain yogurt with jam or honey and toast
Carrot & flax muffin
Lentil soup or Sambar
Grilled tomato with cheese
Garden burger sandwich with grilled veggies and fries
Bagels and cream cheese
Cereal fruit bar
Mac and cheese with carrots and peas
Spinach tomato and mushroom
Pancakes and eggs
Cucumber, tomato, sprouts and cream cheese pitas
Homemade pizza with fresh tomatos and pineapples
What to eat when you are out?
Fast food: Wendy’s has a baked potato, BK has veggie patty, Taco bell burritos (the 7layer is yummy). Most fast food places will make the item you like without meat (and charge full price of course).
Sit down meals: Pasta, Pizza, Omelets, veggie burger substitute (my fav is Red robin’s mushroom burger) or Portabella burgers. Stir fry with tofu and rice or noodles, Eggplant Parmesan, Veggie or cheese enchiladas, grilled veggie fajitas, and all kinds of Indian and Thai and Mediterranean food.
Enjoy your veggie adventure!
Favorite veggie books:
Favorite veggie site:TryVeg.com