I like making tofu and veggie spring rolls for lunch. The most calorific thing about them is the spicy almond butter dipping sauce. But you need that for the fat content and protein so it's ok
The recipe calls for frying the tofu to make it crispy but I prefer it raw. So basically you chop up fresh mint,fresh cilantro(unless you hate it),bell pepper,carrots, and maifun rice noodles along with sliced extra firm tofu. Then you put a little of each ingredient into a rice paper wrap that has been softened. Roll like a little burrito. Dip and munch down.
The dip is a combination of almond butter, soy sauce, chili garlic sauce, lime juice,brown sugar, and a little bit of water to thin it all out. I can link the recipe if anyone wants it but I just create it to taste normally without measurements.
SO GOOD. It's my favorite thing to have in the summer.
Winter lunches are all about homemade veggie soup,chili, beef stews,and other warm stuff.
Wheat bread is amazing though. I'd still eat a few slices a week if they would sell it in smaller quantities. I don't even bother buying bread anymore because it goes to waste.