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Discussion in 'General Banter' started by Sean d, Nov 23, 2019.
You will have to get used to greens now
I'm a bit OCD and possibly mild Asperger's and If I decided to follow the vege/vegan lifestyle I'd have a major problem eating vege/vegan food disguised as meat. I think the people who market vege and vegan food products should not use food descriptions such as steaks, burgers, sausages etc.
Always liked greens, but edible ones, not the ones that old men play with their balls on
At least it feel like you are eating meat when you have burger or sausage, it makes the transition a lot easier, isn't sausage a shape rather then a food, , the term vegan chicken always brings a smile to my face
Before I was vege I thought the idea of eating something made to look like meat was a bit odd, then greegs started selling vegan sausage rolls and I changed my mind.
Just caught up Sean, hope it goes well.
Hope you won't mind me eating a steak next time we share a table
Try a nut roast , it’s lovely
And also beetroot burgers
Next time we share a table we will also be eating steak, , it's not a lifestyle change, well not yet anyway, just watched a BBC programme on meat farming and it was bloody alarming to say the least
If you fancy a roll Sean we are only just down the road
The only downside I found to turning vegetarian was an increase in my emissions, fortunately that didn't last long. Good job I don't need an mot every year
I'm now officially a failed vegan, its so difficult to stop enjoying your food, so on Saturday I went to the local market, had a full English. then went to the meat stall and bought a 5kg joint of top side, it made the most wonderful Sunday lunch, I did have vegan pizza for tea tonight as it was the best thing I had last week
You would have lasted longer than me mate.
Good on yer Sean life's too short not to enjoy what you like.
Nothing wrong with variety in your diet Sean. You can eat vegan foods 3 days a week and you'll still be contributing to the cause
Vegan a bit to far for me but do support my wife with her vegetarianitis and try to enjoy some vegetarian meals with her, funny I do like those ?soya chunks that are supposed to resemble chicken pieces quite mixed with fanjita mix in a wrap. Barbecued Helumi cheese is a gift from the gods.
Cows are vegetarian and I eat cows so does that mean I'm a bit vege ?
Going vegan is a massive undertaking compared to being vegetarian. I would really struggle with out dairy products.
I think I could go Vegan
As I’m half way their anyway
I don’t eat eggs and hardly any dairy
But I do have blue top milk as I do love it
You've come back over to the dark side. I admire you for trying though Sean