Vegetarian school lunch ideas?

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I've decided to become vegetarian, and need ideas for my school lunches. Right now I have a pack of Boca burgers, Morningstar burgers, and Morningstar Chik Patties. What are some things I can make with these, or just in general? We have microwaves at school, so it can be warmed up.

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    Eli 2017-06-29

    - hummus & pita & veggies (celery, carrots) - egg salad on bread OR crackers - SALADS with anything you can think of: nuts, dried fruit, egg, tomatoes, etc. - edamame - veggie/lentil/quinao stew (i like to make a large batch for the week) - frozen vegetarian meals - veggie burrito

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    Aubrey 2017-05-09

    Most of the time I have grapes, pineapples, carrots and celery. Today my lunch was corn and a veggie lasagna (make with no meat and has broccoli, carrots, spinach and onion).sandwiches, fruit n veg, yoghurt, cereal bar, crisps or rice crackers, pasta dishes, quorn sausage rolls...there are so many things :)

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    Nora 2017-07-06

    I pack something different every day. Veg sushi, veg fried rice, curry, tofu (prepared so many different ways), pizza rolls (that I made from scratch since Im vegan) or leftover dinner that I had the night before....or whatever I feel like making. You can take ANYTHING your heart desires, maybe wake up a little extra early so you have more time? (see cause Im spoiled in that way. Class dosnt start till 930 and I get up at 700-730 and it takes me 30 (at most) min to get ready...lol) or make it the night before, stick it in the fridge then heat it up before you go. I recomend things that you dont mind if they are room temp when you eat themI usually just take leftovers. Sometimes I'll put together a big salad, or things to make a sandwich with. I don't like making the sandwich beforehand because the bread/pita/wrap gets soggy by lunch time. Ew. :P Sometimes even just a bunch of small random snacky things that are healthy, like some nuts, fresh fruit, raw veggies, cereal, soy yogurt, trail mix, etc.

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    Abigail 2017-07-09

    A sandwich, an apple and or banana/peach/plum ect... (big friuts that don't need to go into a container) ,something in a thermos like pasta/beans and a bag of a healthy treat like popcorn, and mayb a granola bar? Add or remove things to your likeing :)

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    Jack 2017-07-04

    3 peaches, a banana, 2 pears, salad Who cares what other people think at school. Go with who you truly think you are. You are a vegetarian who wants to eat fruits and vegetables and nobody can stop you from doing so. Be the boss of yourselfRefried black bean burrito with whole grain tortilla Peanut butter sandwich on whole grain bread Cinnamon raisin bread with cream cheese, tomato, sunflower seed, sprout sandwich Veggies with hummus or salsa or guacamole Aztec salad (pcrm.org) black beans, corn, tomato, red onion, olive, lemon juice Whole grain pasta, tomato, olive, basil, olive oil, salt and pepper For snacks, nuts, dried fruit, fresh fruit

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    Jacob 2017-05-19

    Peanut butter and jelly sandwich Grilled cheese sandwich [you can add things such as spinach or tomato if you like] Salad Pasta salad If your school has a microwave, there are quite a few vegetarian frozen meals that you'll find at the grocery store that you can bring and heat up at school. You could also bring things such as veggie pizza, spaghetti and tomato sauce or other types of pasta, etc.Avocado and tomato sandwiches. Cucumber and hummus sandwiches. Red pepper, black olive, and dijon mustard sandwiches. Black bean, spinach, and veganaise wraps. Cucumber and (soy) cream cheese sandwiches. Whole grain bagel with peanut butter, jam, and banana. Whole grain bagel with (soy) cream cheese and tomato. Trail mix Larabars Cliff bars Pita chips with hummus Tortilla chips with salsa and/or guacamole Fried plantain Corn on the cob Fruit cups Applesauce Cut up veggie sticks Pretzels

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    James 2017-05-28

    PB+J or Soy nut butter and jelly if your allergic to peanuts Cucumber Sandwich You can buy Veggie Sushi at the grocery store (Sobeys) or make it the night before You can also buy tofurky or yvees which are like the vegetarian alternative for lunch meat veggie wrap Salad VeggiesPicking meat out of a dish is not being vegetarian. There is still cross contamination in that dish. There are a ton of options you can have for lunch. Peanutbutter sandwich - with honey, jelly, etc. You can also get deli "meat" and make sandwiches. You can get tortillas and make wraps too. Hummus and pita. Fruits. Vegetables. Salads. Soups. Nuts.

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    Matthew 2017-05-24

    Hi. You could pack peanut butter and banana sandwiches. Or you could pack cheese and honey sandwiches. Also remember to pack some fruit. You could have an orange and a banana. Oranges provide you with Vitamin C and bananas provide you with potassium. You could also pack some ready salted crisps and if you like, you could pack a yogurt. Just make sure it doesn't have gelatin in it. Celery sticks smothered with peanut butter would be good also. Enjoy your lunch!Lots of things! I would probably say cold spanish omlette, (as you can add any ingredents you like) with veggies with dip and a smootie! :)

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    Lincoln 2017-07-04

    I usually pack a salad, an apple, my protein bar and some water.I usually get soy turkey slices (they also have bologna) from the supermarket and put that on pieces of bread with cheese and lettuce. Also, try bring non-messy fruits such as grapes or apples. There's also the option of bringing carrots or celery. I know this sound overly healthy and I can't say that I always eat this healthy, but at least these are possible options. PS, GO VEGGIES! :)

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    Evelyn 2017-06-03

    A pita pocket with lettuce, hummus, cucumber slices, green bell peppers, red onions, and feta cheese. You could also cut up some fruit and make a fruit salad, and have a bag with nuts. If you want to try the frozen veggie burgers you can. For something sweet you can try fruit yogurt if you want it to be healthy.Peanut butter is awesome. Dip it with raw veggies, put it on a sandwich, eat it with a spoon! It's delicious and nutritious! (Just don't overdo it! High fat content.) I like pitas but it's hard to fill them when I can't eat meat. Sometimes I bring salads. I love edamame, pecans, and clementines. They're all easy to pack eat and taste! Have a good year

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    Isabella 2017-05-16

    Salad sandwich with fake cheese or fake meat and vegan mayol. salad Any meat dish but substitute fake-meat or tofu, but pretty much you can get a substitute for any type of meat so just make a regular lunch but with substituteflour tortilla pockets filled with rice avocado grated carrot herbs never hurt? or you could always make oat bars or chocolate scrogen

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    Levi 2017-05-24

    see what your school offer in the school menu for lunch.Both high Schools I've attended (I moved) have had a sandwich bar.

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    David 2017-07-14

    try checking out the menuWhy can't you pack your own lunches? Vegetarian or not, you should be doing this anyway to ensure you're getting quality food instead of the crap they give you at school.

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