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When I'm cooking for myself I also make thick stews based on whatever vegetables and beans I have lying around, usually potatoes, onions, eggplant, carrots, garlic, and greens like spinach or chard.
This goes really well with brown rice, which I usually make separately but sometimes I cook it right along in the stew.
When I'm running low on food I usually have some rice or oatmeal lying around that I can make in a pinch.
I tend to eat a lot of fruit just by itself, especially for breakfast or lunch -- apricots, bananas, blackberries, blueberries, canteloupe, dates, figs, grapefruit, kiwis, oranges, pears, nectarines, mangos, peaches, pears, plums, pineapple, raisins, raspberries, strawberries, tangerines watermelon, and apples.
There's also tamales, tamale pie, and fajitas made with a wheat roast called seitan.
I also like Mediterranean food, things like spanikopita which is a spinach pie, tabouleh which is a grain dish made from bulgur wheat, and falafel, which is a sandwich made from fried chickpeas, though I don't eat that too much because I try to avoid fried foods.
You'll also notice that I don't list salads at all. I'm glad you asked, because I like to eat, and I love talking about food.
Hyper-critical meat-eaters may complain that I'm exaggerating the number of foods available by listing a few items twice (e.g., under both "Entrees" and "Vegetable Dishes", but that's only because it made the most sense to do so.Sometimes I'll just make a pot of nothing but potatoes, spiced wih soy sauce or spike.I especially like boiling a whole bunch of sweet potatoes.I guess other vegans are more likely to eat cookies, crackers, pretzels, chips, pickles, or nuts like almonds, brazil nuts, cashews, filberts, peanuts, pecans, pistachios, or walnuts, but I try to keep away from junk food and high-fat foods.I eat too many bagels since I get them for free when the bakery throws them away at the end of the day, but otherwise I make whole wheat bread with my bread machine.