I follow an ovo-lacto vegetarian diet. I mostly eat at my workplace's eatery, so I'll have whatever they've got. Sometimes the vegetarian food there is lacking in protein, but otherwise is ok.
At home I try to eat locally and seasonally. In the summertime it's a lot of different salads, capsicums, zucchinis, tomatoes, broccoli, cauliflower etc. In the winter this is more difficult, then I lean towards cabbage (+sauerkraut), carrots and other root vegetables. Pretty basic stuff, simple healthy meals.
I try to get my protein different nuts, lentils, soy in different forms, sometimes hemp and lupin beans (yeah, it's like 50% protein).
I do fuckin' train a lot also, so pretty often I drink a milk-based protein shake or something to get the needed proteins.
How much do you eat for pleasure? How much do you eat for health?
What does your ideal diet accomplish? Do you consider things like longevity when you are deciding what foods to eat? Do you avoid certain things because you think they are unhealthy? Do you include certain things because you think they are healthy? What does "healthy" even mean to you?
The ideal meal is both very enjoyable and very healthy, like the chanterelle and zucchini pizza we did on Sunday! Usually I lean towards healthy, I think... not a huge amount of fat, no industrial foods, enough proteins and enough vitamins. I definitely do include some stuff in my diet because I think it's healthy. I would'nt have any lupin flour in my shakes or yoghurt if I didn't think it's good for me.