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2012-11-18 06:59:46 PM
I'm sorry, subby, but I'm failing to see the "sick" part.

/not a vegetarian nor vegan
 
2012-11-18 07:03:31 PM

coco ebert: If it tastes good, I'm game.


This. So much this. I have nothing against vegetarian or even vegan recipes. If something tastes good I will eat it.
 
2012-11-18 07:03:55 PM
The vegan recipes seem very...vegan. The sweet potato soup is probably good but I would use real parm. The vegetarian recipes are usually a-okay in my book. You can use butter and cheese with vegetarian recipes which is all I really need to be happy.

Lentils are one of my favorite foods and I eat them several times/week but they always either have butter/ghee, cheese, or both.
 
2012-11-18 07:03:57 PM
20. Seitan Roast Stuffed With shiatakes & Leeks

I read that as shiatcakes.
 
2012-11-18 07:05:00 PM

hokiethug1992: WhippingBoy: hokiethug1992: rappy: F*ck vegetarians and f*ck vegans.

Hope you know a good cardiologist.

Why? Because a balanced, healthy diet that includes animal products is guaranteed to cause heart disease? People would respect your opinions more if they were utter bullshiat.

Gfy.


Your intelligent and reasonable argument has convinced me of the error of my ways. From this moment forth, I will no longer eat meat.
 
2012-11-18 07:06:34 PM
I'm not vegetarian, yet there's not one thing in that list I wouldn't try. There's some awesome stuff in there.
 
2012-11-18 07:08:10 PM

doglover: Also, beer can't be vegan because the little yeasty beasties are alive and drinking them is murder. Same with secondary fermentation whereby they get poisoned to death in alcohol, which is their own shiat. Would you say drowning a cow in manure or just eating it alive is humane? No? Sorry vegans, no alcohol for you.


Yeast doesn't have a face or brain.
 
2012-11-18 07:08:45 PM
I think I need to be alone with Bourbon-Laced Pumpkin Pie With Walnut Crumble Topping. damn....the Apps look good too. Anyone ever had seitan? Thats a new one for me.
 
2012-11-18 07:09:17 PM
If we weren't meant to eat meat then why is it so tasty?

/Got bacon?
 
2012-11-18 07:10:02 PM
ZOMG SOME OF THOSE AREN'T GLUTEN-FREE!!! YOU MONSTER!
 
2012-11-18 07:12:37 PM
That Pumpkin Apple Harvest Rice looks very tasty. I think I may have to try that this week. Thanks subby!

/not a veggie :)
 
2012-11-18 07:14:54 PM
I'm vegetarian, and I think I could go to about any Thanksgiving dinner in the country and find more than enough to eat without special vegetarian dishes being made. The only exception to that is when everything, including the vegetables and desserts, is cooked with lard. Otherwise, I would do just fine.
 
2012-11-18 07:17:20 PM

All_Farked_Up: If we weren't meant to eat meat then why is it so tasty?


This is the same thing I say about meth. If we weren't meant to use meth then why does it feel so darn good? Everyone calls me an idiot but I'm just glad there's someone else out there who thinks just like me.
 
2012-11-18 07:18:59 PM
I'm not even vegetarian, but the best Thanksgiving dinner I ever ate was vegan. My girlfriend at the time and her family were all vegan and they knew damn well how to make great tasting food. She's probably still the best cook I've ever known.
 
2012-11-18 07:21:02 PM
i877.photobucket.com
 
2012-11-18 07:23:19 PM

lordargent: hokiethug1992: Hope you know a good cardiologist.

WhippingBoy: Why? Because a balanced, healthy diet that includes animal products is guaranteed to cause heart disease? People would respect your opinions more if they were utter bullshiat.

And it's not like all vegetarian food is healthy either ... he says as he gathers ingredients to make sugar cookies.

[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 850x479]


BUTTER!
s15.postimage.org
YEE-HAW!!!
 
2012-11-18 07:23:43 PM
argentina.indymedia.org
 
2012-11-18 07:27:22 PM

ScreamingHangover: I'm not vegetarian, yet there's not one thing in that list I wouldn't try. There's some awesome stuff in there.


This - all of those would make lovely side dishes, appetizers, or courses, either before, during, or after I tear into the warmed corpse of another creature. I'm an opportunistic omnivore. For tens of thousands of years, we evolved as opportunistic omnivores, and despite the curious dietary fashions of late, we remain opportunistic omnivores. I'm happy to support others who tinker with their evolution, diet, morals, and ethics, and as long as they are willing to support my evolution, diet, morals, and ethics, we'll get on smashingly.
 
2012-11-18 07:29:52 PM

coco ebert: Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Coco LaFemme: I don't get the hate for vegetarianism/veganism.

Likewise here.

*shrugs*

Me neither. If it tastes good, I'm game.


Challenge accepted. My house in 3 hours.
 
2012-11-18 07:34:09 PM
Some of those recipes look pretty nice.
I think I'll try the Candied Lime Sweet Potatoes. The seitan also sounds yummy.

I do feel for people who eat tofu/soy (with the exception of soy sauce). I have tried tofu and it tastes awful. Several free samplings of soy products at the supermarket convinced me that I'll stick to the real milk/yoghurt/etc.

/Delicious, delicious murder
//Wondering why there are so many dishes pretending to be/have meat in the list
 
2012-11-18 07:39:00 PM

OtherBrotherDarryl: These would go great with some turkey. I may include one or two of these next week...


Enjoy.
 
2012-11-18 07:39:19 PM
Many of these recipes don't seem to be created by vegan douchbags. In fact they offers tips for creating non-vegan versions.
 
2012-11-18 07:40:05 PM
HORK!



j/k, I don't care. As long as you don't care that I'm roasting turkey, that is...
 
2012-11-18 07:41:57 PM
I'm a tofurkey
Runnin' from the man.
Gonna make your ass tired
With my mini van.

/Original
 
2012-11-18 07:42:41 PM

rappy: F*ck vegetarians and f*ck vegans.


Sorry honey, you aren't my type!

/Vegan
 
2012-11-18 07:44:44 PM
subby - I don't think the 'sick' tag was meant for this. Seriously, is that how some people think of vegans/vegetarians lifestyles ?



/i eat meat
 
2012-11-18 07:46:11 PM

Notabunny: I've done a very similar butternut squash and sweet potato soup for years.


Had butternut squash soup last night. Ours had bacon in it:

i.imgur.com
 
2012-11-18 07:46:45 PM
When you kill an animal for food, it dies a fairly quick death. Plants, on the other hand, die a slow, agonizingly cruel death. Plants have been shown to actually "scream" when being pulled apart. So, that head of lettuce in your fridge has been separated from from its roots and then had the top few inches of it's leaves cut off. Two very painful "amputations".

Now it lays in your refrigerator, slowly dying from it's wounds, and lack of sunlight and nutrients. You cruel vegans have mutilated and starved this living thing. It's still technically alive when you take it out of the refrigerator and tear it apart as you prepare it for a meal. Then you grind it and shred it with your teeth before giving it the dishonor of spending it's last minutes of life in your colon.

Fark you, vegetarians! There's a special place in hell for you!

ts3.mm.bing.net
 
2012-11-18 07:49:06 PM
If vegans /vegetarians have such disdain for meat, why do they try so hard to make their food look and taste like meat?

/Not a hater
//consider myself a semi-vegetarian (I limit my consumption of animals products)
///bacon and cheeseburgers too f*cking delicious to give up and tofu only works in stir-fry and miso soup.
 
2012-11-18 07:50:19 PM
Loving all the Vegan hate on here, lol. Hey, if you don't eat these yummy recipes on here, I will.

Oh yeah, and none of my friends are Vegan and yet I don't give a flying fark if they eat in front of me. It's MY choice to not eat animals and your choice TO eat them. Whatever. Who am I to judge? Yet, anytime the word "Vegan" gets mentioned, the stereotypes flood in. Hey, if you are comfortable with generalizing all of us, feel free to waste your breath, lol.

But why not talk to more than just 1 vegan and get a better idea of what we REALLY eat (BTW, I hate the taste of tofu and try not to use it if I can get away with it). I mean, if all we eat is just tofu and lettuce (which is the general idea), and we are a bunch of pale/gaunt people walking around, then why would there be so many different COOKBOOKS out there for us to have? You name a world food, there's a way to make it vegan.

So yeah, drop the stereotyping. It's getting old. If you want to have a cheeseburger and a beer with me, you are welcome to. I'm sure we can at least enjoy a beer together.
 
2012-11-18 07:51:02 PM

BroncoFan_17: When you kill an animal for food, it dies a fairly quick death. Plants, on the other hand, die a slow, agonizingly cruel death. Plants have been shown to actually "scream" when being pulled apart. So, that head of lettuce in your fridge has been separated from from its roots and then had the top few inches of it's leaves cut off. Two very painful "amputations".

Now it lays in your refrigerator, slowly dying from it's wounds, and lack of sunlight and nutrients. You cruel vegans have mutilated and starved this living thing. It's still technically alive when you take it out of the refrigerator and tear it apart as you prepare it for a meal. Then you grind it and shred it with your teeth before giving it the dishonor of spending it's last minutes of life in your colon.

Fark you, vegetarians! There's a special place in hell for you!

[ts3.mm.bing.net image 300x231]


See you there, motherfarker!
 
2012-11-18 07:51:12 PM
I feel for people whose brains aren't pliable enough to allow them not to be immediately prejudiced against some of the most delicious foods just because of some label (such as vegan) the food carries.

And by feeling for them, I mean I want to sock them in the face.
 
2012-11-18 07:54:19 PM
Some of those look really good.
Never been a fan of tempeh but the sesame lemon-crusted version looked almost edible.
 
2012-11-18 07:56:54 PM
I love a good fark troll title.

That said, some of these recipes are pretty damn good, and 41 in one place? nice.

Thanks, subby.
 
2012-11-18 07:57:24 PM

rappy: F*ck vegetarians and f*ck vegans.


pad2.whstatic.com

/u mad bro?
 
2012-11-18 07:59:42 PM

The Face Of Oblivion: Refined soy products are gross. Switch back to real food and you'll lose the gynecomastia as well.


The first thing I do when assessing a vegan cookbook is flip through and see how many recipes call for tofu. On a planet where the majority of people are semi-vegs for economic reasons, a cookbook that has the same ingredient in 50% of its recipes is kind of uninspiring/not worth paying for.
 
2012-11-18 08:02:22 PM

LiberalEastCoastElitist: The Face Of Oblivion: Refined soy products are gross. Switch back to real food and you'll lose the gynecomastia as well.

The first thing I do when assessing a vegan cookbook is flip through and see how many recipes call for tofu. On a planet where the majority of people are semi-vegs for economic reasons, a cookbook that has the same ingredient in 50% of its recipes is kind of uninspiring/not worth paying for.


Agreed! I've passed on MANY cookbooks for that very reason. Cookbooks that use tofu as a crutch arent worth the money.

/"The Sexy Vegan Cookbook" by Brian Patton has a recipe for making your own setian that is to DIE for!
 
2012-11-18 08:04:29 PM

doglover: You have to eat the food. Then it makes sense.


I'm going to address this.

I am not a vegan for this reason; the traditional vegan fare is bland to the point of being inedible to me, and tofu is one of the most horrific foodstuffs on earth, however, the sort of chick that seems to be attracted to me usually turns out to be, so I learned to veganise all my favourite meat dishes, and improve all those utterly bland vegan dishes found in their 'alternative' cookbooks. By adding flavour.

To make myself perfectly clear I AM NOT A VEGAN I AM A MEAT-ETARIAN. I WOULD EAT HUMAN MEAT IF I GOT THE CHANCE. (looking at you, rappy-boy, you chubby, succulent little basement piggie)

Maybe, just maybe, if y'all that bemoan vegan food, actually *gasp* tried some of these recipes, and *holycraphowcanhethinkaboutevensuggestingthis* experimented with variations that make it acceptable to your pallet, then the meals might, and I stress might, end up being staples at your table because - and wait for it - you enjoy them.

Or continue being pig-ignorant, and infer something about the manhood of a guy who cooks wonderful food for himself, that his girl can eat, too.

/like heteros that are homophobes because "eew buttsex", yet have a preponderance for the same hole in their wife. Freaks the lot of you.
 
2012-11-18 08:08:10 PM

mafiageek1980: But why not talk to more than just 1 vegan and get a better idea of what we REALLY eat


Why in the name of all that's decent and holy would I *care* what you eat????
 
2012-11-18 08:08:20 PM

DamnYankees: Coco LaFemme: I don't get the hate for vegetarianism/veganism. Yes, some of them can be obnoxious douchebags, but the same can be said for any group of people; they're no different or special. I happen to like vegetarian and vegan dishes as much as dishes that have meat in them. I would be comfortable at either group of people's dinner table, no matter what they served.

Just because Thanksgiving is traditionally loaded with meat, doesn't mean people who don't eat meat have to sleep through Thursday to get to Friday. That's ridiculous.

Why are you bringing up 'hate'? We just think this food is gross.


So grains, beans, vegetables, fruit, and spices are all gross? I'm deeply sorry for anyone you've ever cooked for.
 
2012-11-18 08:14:24 PM

WhippingBoy: mafiageek1980: But why not talk to more than just 1 vegan and get a better idea of what we REALLY eat

Why in the name of all that's decent and holy would I *care* what you eat????


Good Point. But perhaps if you take time to see what we do eat than maybe all the hate towards Vegans/Vegetarians would slack off a bit. I'm a bit fed up with the hate towards those of us who CHOOSE not to eat meat. If you are gonna diss us, at least diss us in the right way: Stinky Vegans. Why? Because it's an open secret in the Vegan world that we tend to fart more. See? Now you have a CORRECT generalization about us: We fart a LOT!

So yeah, what I am really saying is: Shut the fark up with the stereotypes/assumptions. You are only making yourself look like a moron.
 
2012-11-18 08:16:31 PM

lordargent: hokiethug1992: Hope you know a good cardiologist.

WhippingBoy: Why? Because a balanced, healthy diet that includes animal products is guaranteed to cause heart disease? People would respect your opinions more if they were utter bullshiat.

And it's not like all vegetarian food is healthy either ... he says as he gathers ingredients to make sugar cookies.

[sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net image 850x479]


better make a quick run out to buy some flour, otherwise it looks like you are making up a batch of frosting.
 
2012-11-18 08:20:18 PM

mafiageek1980: WhippingBoy: mafiageek1980: But why not talk to more than just 1 vegan and get a better idea of what we REALLY eat

Why in the name of all that's decent and holy would I *care* what you eat????

Good Point. But perhaps if you take time to see what we do eat than maybe all the hate towards Vegans/Vegetarians would slack off a bit. I'm a bit fed up with the hate towards those of us who CHOOSE not to eat meat. If you are gonna diss us, at least diss us in the right way: Stinky Vegans. Why? Because it's an open secret in the Vegan world that we tend to fart more. See? Now you have a CORRECT generalization about us: We fart a LOT!

So yeah, what I am really saying is: Shut the fark up with the stereotypes/assumptions. You are only making yourself look like a moron.


Quit preaching, and/or stop your ilk from doing the same, and I think you'll find that the stereotypes/assumptions will be greatly reduced.

I realize that I'm painting with a broad brush here, but in my experience, vegans aren't content to just be vegans; they have this unholy need to let everyone know that they're vegans.
 
2012-11-18 08:24:46 PM
A lot of the arguments about how vegetarian/vegan food tastes, I also see repeated in any thread about vegetables. If all you've had is poorly prepared food, no matter what kind of food that is, it's going to taste like shiat. Rather than say something tastes horrible, try eating that food item prepared differently from the last time you had it, and see if it changes your mind. If you've eaten it several different ways and it still doesn't please your palate, then cool. You can hate it. I'm like that with beets. Never had a beet prepared in a way that didn't make me gag. Beets and I are not friends.

Most vegetarian/vegan dishes don't use meat substitutes, or try to pretend to be just like meals that contain meat. They just don't use meat, or in the case of vegan food, meat by-products. Hell, my entire family is full of meat-eaters, but my mom is making the dressing for Thanksgiving this year vegetarian by not using chicken stock or cooking it in the bird. She's using vegetable broth and cooking it in casserole dishes. Same dressing, just switched up a little. It'll be just as tasty, and no one will care that there's no meat products in it.

Live a little.
 
2012-11-18 08:27:30 PM

WhippingBoy: mafiageek1980: WhippingBoy: mafiageek1980: But why not talk to more than just 1 vegan and get a better idea of what we REALLY eat

Why in the name of all that's decent and holy would I *care* what you eat????

Good Point. But perhaps if you take time to see what we do eat than maybe all the hate towards Vegans/Vegetarians would slack off a bit. I'm a bit fed up with the hate towards those of us who CHOOSE not to eat meat. If you are gonna diss us, at least diss us in the right way: Stinky Vegans. Why? Because it's an open secret in the Vegan world that we tend to fart more. See? Now you have a CORRECT generalization about us: We fart a LOT!

So yeah, what I am really saying is: Shut the fark up with the stereotypes/assumptions. You are only making yourself look like a moron.

Quit preaching, and/or stop your ilk from doing the same, and I think you'll find that the stereotypes/assumptions will be greatly reduced.

I realize that I'm painting with a broad brush here, but in my experience, vegans aren't content to just be vegans; they have this unholy need to let everyone know that they're vegans.


I was going to reply to this, but then I clicked your profile. You're from BC, and everyone from BC is a total knuckle-dragging, sub-median IQ toolbag (based on the three dudes I bet from BC over the years)

Nobody needs to take anything you say seriously because of those guys.

/snerkdaferkyawerk
 
2012-11-18 08:30:38 PM

oldtaku: Some of those look pretty damn good.

Vegetarians desperately looking for meat substitutes like the Veggieducken are just pathetic, but pure veggie that doesn't worry about meat at all can be fantastic.


THIS.

F--k Morningstar. Although Chinese faux meat when done right is freaking superb.

/not a vegetarian
//but Dad, two housemates, and SO's mom, my boss, and two of my closest friends growing up (raised Hindu and Hippie) are and awesome veggie meals are just awesome meals period to me
///just hate when I can't add bonito to my miso
 
2012-11-18 08:31:27 PM

WhippingBoy: mafiageek1980: WhippingBoy: mafiageek1980: But why not talk to more than just 1 vegan and get a better idea of what we REALLY eat

Why in the name of all that's decent and holy would I *care* what you eat????

Good Point. But perhaps if you take time to see what we do eat than maybe all the hate towards Vegans/Vegetarians would slack off a bit. I'm a bit fed up with the hate towards those of us who CHOOSE not to eat meat. If you are gonna diss us, at least diss us in the right way: Stinky Vegans. Why? Because it's an open secret in the Vegan world that we tend to fart more. See? Now you have a CORRECT generalization about us: We fart a LOT!

So yeah, what I am really saying is: Shut the fark up with the stereotypes/assumptions. You are only making yourself look like a moron.

Quit preaching, and/or stop your ilk from doing the same, and I think you'll find that the stereotypes/assumptions will be greatly reduced.

I realize that I'm painting with a broad brush here, but in my experience, vegans aren't content to just be vegans; they have this unholy need to let everyone know that they're vegans.


LMFAO LMFAO LMFAO LMFAO!

Good one, Pal

So the fact that I am merely standing up and saying "Shut the fark up and quit assuming we are all the same" means I am Preaching?!

LMFAO!

How would YOU like it if I went up and started preaching to YOU about how wrong YOU are? See, I don't do that and most Vegans don't. Frankly, we don't give a shiat what you eat. HOWEVER, some of us DO get a wee bit pissed at the bashing. So yeah, when we hear some asswipe going off on Vegans in the usual stereotypical way, your usually-quiet-and-peaceful-vegan-neighbor MIGHT dare to at least correct you on the insults. Again, if you are going to diss a Vegan and paint us with a broad brush, MAKE SURE IT"S THE RIGHT BRUSH!

For example:

Guy#1: *looks at a menu with vegan options and starts to go off on a tangent of why anyone would be stupid enough to be a vegan*
Vegan sitting nearby: Rolls eyes, tries to ignore douche
Guy#1: Continues tirade
Vegan sitting nearby: "Ya know, it's a choice. You eat meat, we don't. Not all of us are dumb". *gets up and walks away*
Guy#1: *laughs*...*sniff sniff* "Dear GOD WHAT IS THAT SMELL?!
Vegan: *returns back to the guy* "Oh yeah, forgot to mention: If you insist on insulting us, at least do it right. That smell came from me: Vegans fart a lot"

The end.
 
2012-11-18 08:32:34 PM
Don't Slay That Potato
By Tom Paxton

How can you do it? It's heartless, it's cruel.
It's murder, cold-blooded, it's gross.
To slay a poor vegetable just for your stew
Or to serve with some cheese sauce on toast.
Have you no decency? Have you no shame?
Have you no conscience, you cad,
To rip that poor vegetable out of the earth
Away from it's poor mom and dad?
CHORUS:
Oh, no, don't slay that potato!
Let us be merciful, please.
Don't boil it or fry it, don't even freeze-dry it.
Don't slice it or flake it.
For God's sake, don't bake it!
Don't she'd the poor blood
Of this poor helpless spud.
That's the worst kind of thing you could do.
Oh, no, don't slay that potato
What never done nothing to you!

Why not try picking on something your size
Instead of some carrot or bean?
The peas are all trembling there in their pod
Just because you're so vicious and mean.
How would you like to be grabbed by your hair
And ruthlessly yanked from your bed
And have done to you God knows what horrible things,
To be eaten with full-fiber bread?
(CHORUS)
It's no bed of roses, this vegetable life.
You're basically stuck in the mud.
You don't get around much. You don't see the sights
When you're a carrot or celery or spud.
You're helpless when somebody's flea-bitten dog
Takes a notion to pause for relief.
Then somebody picks you and cleans you and eats you
And causes you nothing but grief.
(CHORUS)
There ought to be some way of saving our skins.
They ought to be passing a law.
Just show anybody a cute little lamb
And they'll all stand around and go "Aw!"
Well, potatoes are ugly. Potatoes are plain.
We're wrinkled and lumpy to boot.
But give me a break, kid. Do you mean to say
That you'll eat us because we're not cute?
(CHORUS



Could you all's pass the Turkey and the ribs?
 
2012-11-18 08:33:53 PM
Why?
 
2012-11-18 08:34:02 PM

sdd2000: Don't Slay That Potato
By Tom Paxton

How can you do it? It's heartless, it's cruel.
It's murder, cold-blooded, it's gross.
To slay a poor vegetable just for your stew
Or to serve with some cheese sauce on toast.
Have you no decency? Have you no shame?
Have you no conscience, you cad,
To rip that poor vegetable out of the earth
Away from it's poor mom and dad?
CHORUS:
Oh, no, don't slay that potato!
Let us be merciful, please.
Don't boil it or fry it, don't even freeze-dry it.
Don't slice it or flake it.
For God's sake, don't bake it!
Don't she'd the poor blood
Of this poor helpless spud.
That's the worst kind of thing you could do.
Oh, no, don't slay that potato
What never done nothing to you!

Why not try picking on something your size
Instead of some carrot or bean?
The peas are all trembling there in their pod
Just because you're so vicious and mean.
How would you like to be grabbed by your hair
And ruthlessly yanked from your bed
And have done to you God knows what horrible things,
To be eaten with full-fiber bread?
(CHORUS)
It's no bed of roses, this vegetable life.
You're basically stuck in the mud.
You don't get around much. You don't see the sights
When you're a carrot or celery or spud.
You're helpless when somebody's flea-bitten dog
Takes a notion to pause for relief.
Then somebody picks you and cleans you and eats you
And causes you nothing but grief.
(CHORUS)
There ought to be some way of saving our skins.
They ought to be passing a law.
Just show anybody a cute little lamb
And they'll all stand around and go "Aw!"
Well, potatoes are ugly. Potatoes are plain.
We're wrinkled and lumpy to boot.
But give me a break, kid. Do you mean to say
That you'll eat us because we're not cute?
(CHORUS



Could you all's pass the Turkey and the ribs?


*Passes the turkey to you and the ribs, along with my homemade Wasabi Mashed potatoes*

muahhahahahahaha!
 
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