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600 cals to spare. What should I eat?


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#1 why.is.it.so.hard?

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Posted 03 May 2021 - 06:57 PM

Really lacking ideas as what I should eat at the moment. I have been eating countless bowls of peas a day lol and now find myself crying into them so that means I need meal ideas lmao. I like to have a biggggg portion for dinner and low cal snacks like apples/salads throughout the day. I am also vegan. If anyone has better taste buds than me, please end my misery of eating peas and ketchup and help me with some meals/snacks. I am specifically looking for more salad options and cooked meals that taste good haha.



#2 SkinnyB!tchGoals

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Posted 03 May 2021 - 07:07 PM

Vegan Stuffed Peppers or Mushrooms

Head of cauliflower - cut into slices like "steaks" and season (however you like to season or you can probably look up a recipe), bake till roasted.

Homemade Hummus with Veggies

I also found a link that has 50 Vegetarian Recipes under 500 Calories. Of course you can moderate a recipe to your liking - I know I always make adjustments.

https://www.taste.co...inners/9moy9wci

Hope this helps you get some ideas at least!! No more peas and ketchup please!
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#3 fite.or.dontfite

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Posted 04 May 2021 - 02:45 PM

Bake a potato or sweet potato in the microwave cut it open and then put... nut butter (almond/peanut/sunflower seed/etc.) and kimchi or sauerkraut on top. This probably sounds like a weird dish but I love it so much. Also baked potato with hummus and ketchup on top.

 

For salad, roasted veggies (potatoes/broccoli/turnips/etc.) on top of lettuce.

 

Taco salad is also fun. Mix together taco seasoning with beans, heat it up and then put that and salsa on top of lettuce. You can increase the cal by adding rice, corn, avocado, etc. Basically, whatever you like in a taco but on a bed of lettuce.

 

If you have a spiralizer you can spiralize vegetables like carrots or zucchini, cook them around in a pan to the doneness you like (or leave them raw) and add tomato sauce.  You can increase the cal by adding some cooked spaghetti noodles.



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Posted 07 May 2021 - 05:31 AM

Sourdough bread is the almighty.

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#5 NewDart

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Posted 07 May 2021 - 05:33 AM

Sourdough bread is the almighty.

Sent from my sourdough starter

I forgot to elaborate: great to dip in hummus, make a light bruschetta, a salad sandwich, some toast etc.

It's great for fibre and pre/probiotics, and the slow ferment helps break down the gluten making it easier to digest. It is also nice and filling, no added oils or fats, and no sugar.

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Height: 174 cm


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Loc: Aus

FOOD PORN: https://www.myproana.../#entry74884603


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