Day 7: Lunch time snacks?

One problem I have found is that it seems hard to find somewhere in town to buy quick, ready-made lunch in town. None of Tesco’s lunch deals are vegan – the few vegetarian sandwiches and pies all contain either egg, cheese or mayonnaise.

In an attempt to still get lunch which does not consist of a plain piece of fruit or bread, I went into the WholeFood store and bought this:

“Pie with fresh marinated vegetables in a jerky style sauce”
That sounds great – really does not live up to the expectations though. I guess heating it up would have helped, but due to the lack of a microwave it was just not.. so great. The picture pretty much sums it up:

Eurgh. I guess for now bringing home-made lunches or going back home for lunch is the easiest alternative. There are some clever websites like VeganLunchBox that should give some hints.

F

2 comments
  1. does your Whole Foods have a “hot bar” where they serve fresh and pre-made foods like pizzas, salads, pastas, etc.? And, I’m not sure where you live, so do you have a Trader Joe’s?

    • Sadly not😦 That’s why I had to go for the refrigerated pie which turned out not so nice. I live in Scotland, and no – we don’t have a Trader Joe’s. What sort of things do you usually get for lunch when you’re out?🙂

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