Hi Jupeter94, you shouldn't be going hungry if you're eating the recommended 6 times a day with 2 meal replacements, 1 healthy balanced meal and 3 snacks between meals. Mind you, it's not uncommon for your body to take a week or two to adjust to this new way of eating. But once your body is used to it you'll certainly be feeling less hungry. One of our recommendations for those who are feeling very hungry is to increase the size of your snacks or main meal by about 10% for a while and then work towards reducing them back to the recommended portion sizes. When it comes to allowable vegetables, the amount you can have is generally unlimited (unless otherwise stated); so yes you could certainly try keeping these on hand to keep your hunger at bay between meals and snacks. Just be careful to stick to the list of allowable vegetables, and be mindful how much stock you're using because that contains calories. Don't forget to drink at least 2 litres of water a day (if you're not already) because this will significantly help to keep you feeling fuller and hydrated; the feeling of thirst is very often mistaken for hunger so many people eat when they actually need a drink of water.