Sounds like you need to break your plateau.
First, you say you don't feel full. Every once in a while, this is okay, but if you are consistently hungry, listen to your body. You may very well be in "starvation mode" - where your body stores everything it can because it's not getting enough on a regular basis. I know Tosca has coolers and some can be very restrictive, but I believe she suggests not staying on them for long periods of time. I am of the thought that when you are eating clean goods, eat enough and feel satisfied. I mean, an apple and some nut butter is great for you, or an extra bowl of oatmeal will fill you up. Don't be afraid of healthy calories.
I suggest either upping your daily intake for a few weeks to see what happens, or calorie cycling.
As for feeling deprived, why not experiment with having a small bit of what you are feeling deprived of? That will take away the feeling of missing out, and since you've been eating clean for awhile, you will probably experience a similar response to the other posters (you may not feel so hot afterwards) which will reinforce to you just how great it is to eat clean.
Then my suggestion is to find some new clean recipes and expand your menu to include some new, fun, clean things to eat...and enjoy!!
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