This is highly experimental. Don't be surprised if I get fed up of updating it. It's dual-purpose - first, it'll give new vegans or people thinking about becoming vegan an idea of what a real actual vegan eats day-to-day; and second, it'll encourage me to cook properly instead of living on toast.
I tried an oat bread recipe from the Wakeman and Baskerville Vegan Cookbook this morning. It worked well; very nice plain everyday bread. I made the whole batch of dough and baked half, leaving the rest in the fridge for baking when the first loaf runs out.
Oh, and then the rest of the week I forgot to update it. Sorry. I did try out some nice things like roasted asparagus (just drizzle with olive oil and roast for 10 minutes - nice). The oat bread dough got frozen after I discovered it trying to escape from its tub in the fridge. I baked it on I think Friday, and it turned out very well.