Good idea discussing this, Coleslaw. Here's what I typically eat in a day:
First thing in the morning, I drink a quart of water with the juice of half a lemon squeezed into it.
I follow that with a big green smoothie made from a quarter of a lemon, one green apple, a big chunk of ginger, half a blender full of greens (celery, parsley, chickweed, miners lettuce, dandelion greens, and/or kale), 3-4 cups of water, 1 T flax seed, 1 T bee pollen, and 1/4 cup avocado.
Then mid-morning I have 2 servings (big bowl) of hot cereal (buckwheat or brown rice porridge) with a handful of frozen berries, one sliced banana, and rice milk.
For lunch I have leftovers from the previous night's dinner. Yesterday's lunch was a big bowl of squash soup with a cup of quinoa. If it hadn't been SQUASH soup, it more typically would have been a legume-based soup with a grain or baked potato, yam, or sweet potato.
My snacks are really variable each day. Yesterday I had a living buckwheat parfait made from sprouted and dehydrated buckwheat, chopped fruit, and cashew "cream" (came from a restaurant). Another day it might be tofu pudding or fresh fruit, like an apple plus some stewed prunes. Another time it might be veggie sticks or GF crackers with chili bean dip.
Dinner typically goes like this: bean, starch, greens. Last night's dinner was lentil soup with garlic bread (made from EnerG's no-yeast brown rice bread) and braised broccoli. Tonight it was braised kale instead of broccoli. For the starch, it is usually potatoes, yams, sweet potatoes, squash, quinoa, brown rice, or EnerG bread.
That's it! That's what I typically eat in a day. HTH!