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HEATHER_NSG
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5/21/12 9:50 P

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One thing I like to make is a chickpea salad kind of like chicken or tuna salad but with chickpeas instead of the meat). I take a can of chickpeas, mash them with a fork to get a texture to my liking, then add olive oil mayo, a bit of dijon, and salt and pepper. I also like finely diced onion and celery in mine, but you can put pickle relish or whatever you normally like in your "chicken" salad. This is really good and easy. I also like egg salad made in pretty much the same way.

I usually take leftovers to work, a PB&J sandwich, a salad (I have one of those salad bowl things that separates the ingredients), or a veggie burger with fixings that I can warm up in the microwave. Sometimes I take a canned vegetarian soup, progresso makes a few like their vegetarian vegetable and their lentil soup that are okay when I'm pressed for time.


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RENNAGADE
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5/3/12 6:30 P

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i always bring at least 4 fruits a day. i also like tomato sandwiches with pesto or hummus as my condiment


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5/3/12 6:16 P

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Hi, scroll down the main team page and below tre introduction threads are recipe threads. I like you don't cook, I have found that eating raw is good. you don't cook but the food is just as good and varied as cooked. Also there are green smoothies. I like them. they are blended, mixed fruit and greens and the nice thing is you don't even need a recipe

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VEGETARIANIST
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5/3/12 4:40 P

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Welcome!! I do a lot of hummus/veggie wraps (my fav is hummus, cucumbers and tomatoes). You can also bring soups to heat up. I like veggie chili, sweet potato + spinach and bean soups. A nice fruit salad is always a nice treat, too. Sometimes a classic PB&J is great!


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5/3/12 4:21 P

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Hi,

I'm new to sparkpeople and a recently converted vegetarian (I do eat fish + dairy + eggs to be precise) based on animal rights/being humane. I am seeking ideas for bagged lunches. I'd like ideas for wraps (this week i tried arugula, goat cheese, kidney beans, onions, and hummus-- was pretty good!), things I can eat cold or just via microwave, salads (i get bored with mine, i'm not good at thinking of ingredients to put together). I am not big on cooking, so prefer easy and quick ideas.

Thanks!

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