I have a question for you @assobanana76; (or rather two).
Are your children vegans too?
My daughter who is not vegan but vegetarian is very considerate about eating enough proteins in every meal. She loves cheese like me, but still always mix some high protein, lentils, beans, nuts....... into her meals. Without the milk products, it must be much harder to get enough protein and the some of the vitamins ( D, B...?). The meal you told us about sounds delicious but not very rich on proteins. How do you manage?
This is the classic typical first question that gets to a vegan with children!
but I am always happy to answer!
first of all I must say that my children and my wife are vegetarians (although she occasionally runs a steak or some sliced)
and first of all, do not take me as an example .. I am a vegan last hour (5 years) and for ethical choice.
I did it also as a matter of health.
I wasn't omnivorous but purely carnivore!
I basically ate meat at every meal (little fish and legumes and hardly any vegetables!!)
I remember that I did deliver 3/4 kebab at a time and freeze them for emergencies!
unfortunately I often lunch at the table of work in which the chefs hardly know the word "vegan" .. from 5 years ask me if I want cheese on pasta and offer me the fish!
women who distribute the meals offer me ham saying "but why not? This is ham" (as if it were made of who knows what, but no meat!)
My family is followed by a vegan dietician. 3 different diets (adults, 4 years old and 1 year old).
the diet is weekly so I can integrate at dinner, Saturday and Sunday.
basically every lunch we eat pasta with legumes and vegetables while dinner tends vegetables.
fruit (fresh and dried) to snack.
B12 we integrate all year and vitamin D in winter.
I hope I was helpful but you quietly ask any more questions and I will be happy to answer!