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Below are some great tasting, easy vegetarian lunch recipes that will fill you up and get you going on the second half of your day. All recipes are for (1) serving, so if you are making for (2) just double the recipe. Got a Vegetarian or Vegan lunch recipe you would like to share? please e-mail us and we will post it here with your name.

White Bean Soup (posted by vegetarianforhealth.com)

1/2 can white beans (drained and washed)
1 tomato
1/2 medium onion
3 cloves garlic
1 tablespoon dry parsley
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup water
seal salt and freshly ground pepper

Put 1 tablespoon olive oil in a sauce pan, peel 2 garlic and cut into thin slices, place in the pan and cook in medium heat. Meanwhile peel onion and finely dice, add to pan once the garlic starts to change color from white to slightly brown, usually about 1 minute (don't over cook garlic!). Mix together and cook onions until soft (2 minutes). Wash tomato and finely dice, add to the pan. Add 1 pinch salt, 1/2 teaspoon pepper and parsley and mix all together. Cook for about 5 minutes, until tomato has broken up. Add 1/4 cup water and beans, mix all together and let simmer for about 5 minutes. Place bean soup in a bowl and add 1 peeled garlic (finely diced) and 1 tablespoon olive oil on top and mix in. More Info.

Tofurky Sandwich (posted by vegetarianforhealth.com)

2 slices whole wheat bread
3 slices tofurky
1 tomato
2 leafs romaine lettuce
1 garlic
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
1 serving whole grain mustard
freshly ground pepper

Toast both pieces of whole wheat bread, spread mustard on 1 piece bread, place the tofurky slices on top, slice tomato and peeled garlic into medallions and place on top of tofurky. Drizzle the olive oil on the tomatoes and add the pepper. Add romaine lettuce and place the other bread on top and cut in half. More Info.

Smart Dogs (posted by vegetarianforhealth.com)

2 whole wheat hot dog buns
2 smart dogs (veggie protein links)
1/2 onion finely chopped
2 servings organic ketchup
2 servings whole grain mustard

Heat the smart dogs in a sauce pan with water. When done (about 5 minutes, medium heat), add 1 smart dog to each bun, place mustard and ketchup over smart dogs and spread the onions evenly between both smart dogs. More Info.

Veggie Burger and Fruit Cup (posted by vegetarianforhealth.com)

1 whole wheat hamburger bun (or 2 slices whole wheat bread)
1 veggie patty (the brand "Boca" makes the healthiest)
1/4 onion sliced
1 tomato
2 leafs romaine lettuce
1 serving organic ketchup
1 serving whole grain mustard
1 banana
1 orange

Cook veggie patty on a pan with non-stick fat-free cooking spray (cooks in about 8 minutes, 4 minutes each side on medium heat). On the bottom half of the bun, place mustard and ketchup and then veggie patty. Slice tomato into medallions and place above patty and then add the romaine lettuce and onions. Cover with the top bun. Peel banana and orange and slice into small pieces. Place in a bowl and eat on the side. More Info.

PB & J Sandwich and Banana (posted by vegetarianforhealth.com)

2 slices whole wheat bread
1 serving organic peanut butter
1 serving organic strawberry preserves
1 banana

Spread peanut butter on 1 slice of bread and the strawberry preserves on the other and place together. Cut in half. Peel banana and eat on the side. More Info.

Spanish Salad (posted by vegetarianforhealth.com)

1 medium head romaine lettuce (washed, dried and cut into small pieces)
2 tomatoes
1/2 onion sliced
10 small Spanish olives
1 can white tuna in olive oil
1 hardboiled egg
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
seal salt and freshly ground pepper
1 slice whole wheat bread

Place romaine lettuce in a medium sized bowl, slice tomatoes and egg into medallions and add to bowl. Add the onion, olives and tuna. Drizzle the olive oil and vinegar and add the salt and pepper to taste (not to much salt!). Mix all together. Serve with a toasted slice of whole wheat bread. More Info.

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