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The Lazy Vegetarian


What We Ate Last Week #5


1.  If it's before 11/25/2010, you can still enter my most recent contest and win a t-shirt of your choice from fibers.com! 

2.  There will not be a post next week, because we are vacationing.

Monday:  French toast, Morningstar Farms sausage, and sliced mangoes

Tuesday:  Tuna casserole (remember, we are pescatarians, so we do eat the occasional fish recipe)

Wednesday:  BLATs (soy bacon, of course)  and delicious spicy pumpkin soup (recipe coming soon)

Thursday:  Pizza on a store bought whole wheat thin crust with spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms, and olives

Friday:  Fried rice with broccoli and sun-dried tomatoes

Saturday: another "fake it" dinner after lunch out - I believe it was PBB&J yet again

Sunday: Tacos (made with TVP and Mrs Dash seasoning) and refried black beans

See Previous Week Menu

3 comment(s):


By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:57 AM  

First time I hear about pescatarians, its like being only half a veggie :-)

By Anonymous Veggie, at 4:28 AM  

sounds delicious! you could try making fajitas with tofu if you haven't tried that - sliced thin and cooked first, then cook the veggies, then put it all together plus seasoning. yum!

i also wrote something quick about bbq tofu on my blog (http://ahappyvegetarian.blogspot.com/) if you want to check it out - i haven't written much but you might find a couple useful things on there. it's so hard to think of new things to eat but you seem to do a better job than me. :)

By Blogger Happy Bunny, at 5:15 PM  

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