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Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner #2

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Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner #2

These are three quick and healthy veg packed vegetarian meals that can be whipped up in no time at all.

Breakfast: Ripened avocado spread on wholemeal homemade toast.  Homemade bread is the best as you can control what goes into it.  No nasty chemical preservatives in sight!  Mine contains simply wholemeal flour, butter, water and yeast.  I don't even add salt or sugar and I think it's scrumptious - full of flavour.  Sometimes I use olive oil instead of butter to create a 'ciabatta' loaf instead.  It has to be wholemeal too - full of goodness unlike refined white flour.  Avocado is scrumptious too and always feels luxurious to eat.

Lunch: Cold wholemeal pasta from the fridge (extra cooked the night before and saved) on a bed of spinach with sun-dried tomatoes, olive oil and a good sprinkle of parmesan.  This is so enjoyable to eat, it quite literally slides down in no time and is very satisfying.

Dinner: Stir fried strips of yellow pepper and circles of leek (I had an abundance of leeks) with a few Quorn pieces and 'Olive Branch Roasted Pepper Paste with Fresh Chillies' (received in this Flowbox) and a sprinkle of cumin.  Stir fried in coconut oil until softened and wrapped up in a wholemeal wrap.  Delicious.  I'm cutting down on Quorn still so tofu could be used instead or more veg.