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The Lazy Vegetarian


What We Ate Last Week #11

Monday:  Stir fry (tofu, asparagus, broccoli, etc.) over brown rice

Tuesday:  We went to a vegetarian cooking class at Central Market - ate Texas caviar, polenta, potato tomato gratin, and granny smith apple crisp (also had leftovers, including eggplant portobello chili, for lunch the next day).

Wednesday:  Morningstar Star Farms turkey burgers, bananayams, and crispy kale

Thursday:  Scrambled eggs with chorizo (Yves brand), toast, and fruit slices

Friday:  PBB&J sandwiches, carrots, and popchips (after lunch out at Sweet Tomatoes - my favorite restaurant!)

Saturday: Went to Chipoltle (Did you get that B1G1 coupon last week? I couldn't pass that one up - love getting their vegetarian bowl, even though it's pretty unusual for us to eat out twice in 1 week, especially 2 days in a row!)

Sunday: Baked tofu strips (with lemon pepper seasoning) served in pitas with lots of veggies, plus canned Progresso soup (yep, went the easy route, instead of making my own)

Note for upcoming weeks:  I spent yesterday making a detailed inventory of all the food I have in my pantry, freezer, and fridge that needs to get used up sooner, rather than later.  I will be planning  around these items, so I may have some weird meals in the near future!

See Previous Week Menu

4 comment(s):

Found your blog by Googling vegetarian blogs. I, too, am a lazy vegetarian. I really, really appreciate that you list your daily meals. It gives me LOTS of ideas on what to fix for my husband & myself. I cooked complete meals for a quarter of a century while raising two kids. They are grown & gone now. My husband & I went vegetarian two years ago on my 50th birthday. But I just HATE to cook now. And my husband isn't interested in big meals. Thank you for the quick & easy ideas.

By Blogger Racedogmom, at 11:19 AM  

That is indeed a very delicous vegetarian meal

By Anonymous sim only deals, at 8:01 AM  

yummmm! looks good

By Blogger veggy girly, at 3:02 PM  

An idea for something quick and tasty would be to have hummus on pita and salad for lunch - we actually had that for dinner tonight! It was a bit more work because I made the hummus homemade. We had yummy blueberry muffins for dessert also (I took pictures if you want to see - http://ahappyvegetarian.blogspot.com/2011/03/i-dont-know-anyone-who-doesnt-like.html) which were kind of a lot of work but worth it!

Thanks for the good veggie ideas! :)

By Blogger Happy Bunny, at 5:23 PM  

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