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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.
I prefer golden delicious and red delicious apples, I don't like granny smith because they're too tart, or Mc Intosh because they're too soft.
For the holidays I make a fake turkey out of brown rice and pecans.
When I'm running low on food I usually have some rice or oatmeal lying around that I can make in a pinch.
It's also fun to be creative -- once I made pizza at a hostel and they didn't have a rolling pin, so I used a tomato sauce can to roll out the dough.
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.
A meat alternative I like better is the veggie barbecue that they have in the regular grocery stores now.
If I'm cooking for someone else I'll generally make pizza, veggie burgers, Chinese stir-fry, or a casserole like baked lentils or eggplant.
For snacks besides ruit I like popcorn and rice cakes.
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 could easily come up with another few hundred sandwiches, soups, stews, casseroles, chilis, ethnic dishes, tortilla chip flavors, nondairy ice cream flavors, etc.
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.