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Vegetarian Plan. Vegan Menu. Day 1

Vegan Menu

Here is a sample week of vegan eating. This menu provides an average of 1600-1800 calories per day:

The vegetarian meal plan by DietWatchis a lacto-ovo vegetarian plan, meaning that eggs and dairy are included. This plan is designed for individuals who do not consume meat, chicken, or fish, and the menus include a variety of soy foods and meat substitutes.

Vegan Menu

From DietWatch

Here is a sample week of vegan eating. This menu provides an average of 1600-1800 calories per day:

Day 1


1-1/2 cup Cheerios, (or similar whole grain oat cereal) topped with, 1 whole medium banana, sliced and1 cup fortified fat free soy milk


1 whole wheat vegan pita pocket (6-1/2 inch), spread with 3 teaspoon fat free Nayonaise (soy mayonnaise) and filled with 4 ounce sliced baked tofu (White Wave), 1/2 cup shredded romaine and 1/2 cup fine chopped kale

1 whole medium apple. Dip in 1 tablespoon natural peanut butter

1 ounce organic pretzels


Lentils and Pasta, one serving

1 cup steamed green beans
1 cup mandarin orange slices or seasonal fruit of your choice


Choose two snacks of 150 calories or less, for a total of 300 calories from snacks

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