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Food recipes for plant base diets?

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2014/11/13 07:43:59 (permalink)

Food recipes for plant base diets?

Please share your receipes. It doesn't have to be plant base. I'm not that strict but I want clean food diet for someone who do exercise regularly like me. I cardio 3-4 days a week and Muay Thai about 2 hours a week. Thanks.
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    Re: Food recipes for plant base diets? 2014/11/13 14:21:50 (permalink)
    This is probably the wrong subforum for this, but anyway...
     
    I'm vegan so my diet is 100% plant-based.  Don't worry too much about recipes, just think about how to substitute plant-based items for animal based ones e.g. swap cows milk for a plant milk.  My daily diet is something like this:
     
    8am: oatmeal made with 400ml soya milk, 100g oats, tablespoon of ground flaxseeds
     
    12pm: shake made with 50g pea protein (plus some dextrose & creatine if it's post-workout), 70g 'natural' peanut butter plus a load of carrots, oatmeal again as above but half portion
     
    4pm: repeat of what I eat at 12pm minus the oatmeal
     
    6pm: 2 rice cakes piled with hummus
     
    8pm: dinner typically consisting of loads of spinach & other veg, tin of chick peas & half a block of tofu
     
    10pm: usually snack on a few almonds before bed
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    Re: Food recipes for plant base diets? 2014/11/16 01:24:48 (permalink)
    Avoided pea protein for a few years as I it tastes rank, but bought some very cheap recently, thought I'd try it in cooking and it tastes pretty good, add it in recipes as a substitute for flour etc, for that protein hit.
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