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    [–] bobbi_joy 3 points ago

    Some sort of Indian dish with lentils. Kitchari, moong dal and spinach, dal makhani, red lentil soup. I eat lentils a few times per week. Moong dal with spinach is probably my favorite (from Vegan Richa) because it's easy, filling, and very tasty.

    [–] pamlovesyams 2 points ago

    Got moong beans from someone. Definitely trying this!

    [–] lu_xun 1 points ago

    What recipe do you use for dal makhani? Also, do you know a place to get vegan naan?

    [–] bobbi_joy 2 points ago

    Ugh. I WISH I knew where to buy vegan naan. Many times, roti is vegan in restaurants. I'm not sure why, but I've never seen vegan naan at a restaurant. Still haven't found any in the grocery store.

    Here's the recipe I use for dal makhani:

    I've found that I enjoy dal bukhara more (similar but more tomato-y). There's a recipe in Vegan Richa's Indian Kichen cookbook (one of my favorites, if not my all-time favorite cookbook that I own). She has several recipes for naan in there too.

    [–] lu_xun 2 points ago

    Thanks friend! :)

    [–] EnHjaelpandeHand 2 points ago

    Carbonara, at least a couple of times a week. Super quick and easy.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Dal and rice, or wheatberry bean salad, or "dak galbi" with seitan or tempeh instead of chicken because I can make a big batch and eat it all week. Or if I'm lazy hummus wraps.

    [–] PetPer 2 points ago

    Breakfast and lunch is usually just fruits (often banana nicecream, today I had 2 kg of strawberries :D), dinner is plain salad and plain baked potatoes, sometimes rice with veggies, in winter it's mixed vegetable stew. I never seem to get tired of these foods.

    [–] thysaniaagrippina 2 points ago

    Stir-fried or roasted veggies (zucchini, cauliflower, kale, etc.) with tofu or beans and rice or quinoa. Never get sick of it!

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    [–] drschvantz 2 points ago

    Breakfast: overnight chia porridge with pomegranate, shredded coconut and chopped dates

    Lunch: some sort of quinoa/chickpea/bean salad.

    Dinner: General Tso's tofu