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Sweet & Sour Vegetables Won Ton Soup INDIAN Aloo Gobhi Aloo Paratha Bombay Pav Bhaji Chana Masala Curried Vegetables Dahl Gobhi Muslam Potato Curry Tandoori Casserole ITALIAN Eggplant Casserole Pasta Baked Potatoes Butternut Squash Carrots & Parsley Coleslaw Corn on the Cob Curried Vegetables Eggplant Casserole Grilled Vegetables Hash Browns Mashed Potatoes Mixed Vegetables Moroccan Vegetables Mushroom Gravy Potato Burgers Potato Curry Roasted Vegetables Soups & Stews often followed by, "Don't you get tired of eating nothing but salad?" I usually answer that one with, "Yes, and it's so terrible I cry myself to sleep every night." But anyway, if you're a vegetarian, now you can refer people to this page to see that you subsist on more than carrots and lettuce.
For ethnic food my favorite variety is Indian, dishes like aloo gobhi, allo paratha, bombay pav bhaji, chana masala, dahl, gobhi muslam, and tandoori casserole.
That's more that balanced by the fact that the list above is woefully incomplete -- I didn't come close to listing all the foods available to vegetarians.
I could easily come up with another few hundred sandwiches, soups, stews, casseroles, chilis, ethnic dishes, tortilla chip flavors, nondairy ice cream flavors, etc.
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.
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