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BEEKABOO43 Posts: 19
2/4/13 9:39 A

Check out this site...she has some really great ideas for mostly cold, vegan lunches

http://ohsheglows.com/2011/09/11/5-make-
ahead-vegan-and-gluten-free-lunches-pa
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2/3/13 10:19 P

Can you do hardboiled eggs, crackers, & some veggie sticks & dip like tatziki or ranch?
How about some pre-steamed edamame with a brown rice & veggie salad?


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1/30/13 8:51 A

I like to make a pasta salad. Cook your pasta, add whatever veggies you like (tomatoes, cucumber, baby spinach, shredded carrot, bell peppers, broccoli, summer squash, olives, etc), and experiment with dressings. A basic Italian is always good. If you can eat tuna, sometimes I'll throw a little of that in.

Other than that...soups, salads, sandwiches/wraps, veggie burgers...

LOUNMOUN Posts: 1,332
1/30/13 6:12 A

Use the hummus as a sandwich spread.
chickpea curry
bean burrito
falafel
red or black beans and rice
rice balls
pancakes
salads
ratatouille

www.thekitchn.com/10-vegan-lunch-ideas-114
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www.fitsugar.com/Vegan-Lunches-You-Can-Tak
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vegfamily.com/vegan-children/lunch-ideas.h
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www.eatingwell.com/recipes_menus/recipe_sl
ideshow/vegan_lunch_recipes?slide=1#

vegan-bento.livejournal.com/
justbento.com/category/vegan

Edited by: LOUNMOUN at: 1/30/2013 (06:13)
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1/29/13 7:46 P

I make fratatta's on Sundays. It's packed full of all the veggies and I use egg subs. I also make kidney bean salad, chicken and salsa baked over the weekend. Chicken is good cold. Beats and onion salad ( I add celery seed) Stuffed tomato's. ( I usually stuff mine with chicken or tuna. Stuffed peppers are good room tempature. Hard boiled eggs, peanut butter sandwich which is currently my favorite breakfast with a banana and cup of milk. The possiblilities are endless.

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1/28/13 2:03 P

I create larger meals o the weekends when I have time, then I put it in lunch portions and fridge it (or freeze it) until the day I need it.

NJHARRIS Posts: 32
1/28/13 1:17 P

I made a big pot of chili on a Sunday and portioned it out so that I can quickly grab a container when I head out the door. Kidney beans, veggies, tomato puree and spices and you have a good hearty lunch that packs protein and vegiies

FIREWOMN Posts: 634
1/28/13 1:15 P

Goat cheese in a wrap with veggies is a good choice. Protein, carbs, and loaded with veggies makes a filling lunch.

Have Fun!

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1/27/13 10:38 P

I like a marinated bean salad. Think lentils, black bean or white beans marinated w/ lots of lemon juice, garlic and olive oil. parsley or other herbs. you could add olives, capers, thin sliced red onion & colorful sweet peppers. The good thing about these salads is that you can make enough for 2-3 days and they get better as they sit in the fridge.

I also like cold black bean soup. I know it's weird and not for everyone. I swear I saw it in a book or someplace but my husband thinks it's weird. I like it with some lime or avocado.

“To lengthen thy Life, lessen thy meals.” ~ Benjamin Franklin

“If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health.” ~ Hippocrates
ANDILH Posts: 1,386
1/27/13 7:36 P

I work in a religiously affiliated Early Childhood Center where due to religious reasons for not mixing meat and diary we're not allowed to have meat. I'm good with that. I understand the reasoning that since we can't mix meat and dairy, and you can't deny young children milk. However, we are also completely nut free. I am dairy free due to an allergy. So, I've had a lot of pasta and vegetables for lunch the past few months. I've taken hummus with vegetables, bean chili/soups. However I can't always heat things up, and don't like tofu.
Does anyone have any suggestions? I have a nifty little lunch box but I don't like spending much time making lunch because I don't really have a lot of time. I don't mind making a big batch and portioning over the weekend, but need suggestions.

Thanks!

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