Gawdzila: Tomatillos in guacamole O_o ??? WTF. I've never heard of that in my life. It's guacamole, not salsa verde.
AngryDragon: Marisyana: Too late. I live in a very crunchy area of my city and EVERY SINGLE VEGAN broadcasts his/her status. If you don't, enjoy your singularityThis.Pro-tip to all vegans: If someone asks you if you want to have a hamburger, the correct answer is "no thank you". After asking a couple times and seeing you eat no meat, dairy, etc, we'll figure it out. Also acceptable is a simple "I don't eat meat". That statement will probably keep us from asking you about foods in general because we will realize you have a limited range of culinary preferences.The moment you loudly and proudly proclaim your veganism, look at me in disgust while I eat, openly criticize what I am eating, or become militant about meat being murder, you are my adversary. I don't care what you eat, why would you care what I eat?For those of you who don't act like this, I apologize. Better have a talk with your contemporaries though, because they are not helping.
MrEricSir: Technically regular guacamole doesn't have animal products, but it's just not the same if you aren't torturing a horse to death while you make it. That's how we always do it at my place, and trust me, we make the best guacamole you've ever tasted.
Carrot juice is murder!
Jimmy's getting angry: Really? Because I was being facetious.Those exist? That's an abomination. If you want sweet pepper, just use a bell pepper.That being said, I use cayenne for heat in guacamole.
Fank: megarian: What, do they add cage free, free range, gluten free, cruelty free, organic, local, artisan smug-sh*t to it to make Officially Vegan?I don't even think sh*t is vegan.This recipe is a lie.Please don't throw all vegans into one big pile as if we are all arrogant assholes. I know some are. So are some meat-eaters.
Rising_Zan_Samurai_Gunman: abhorrent1: WTF is in regular guacamole that's not vegan? Farking stupid.I'm not vegan and not a big guac fan so I don't pay that much attention to it, but I'm guessing some store bought guacamole may contain animal based gelatin or other animal based additives to act as preservatives and stabilizing agents.And based on a quick google search, some people add Worchester sauce in their homemade version, which would also not be vegan.
mike_d85: I don't know about guacamole, but I know a great brand of gluten free rice.
Lokkii: My all-time favorite truthi-in-food-labeling was on a snack-bag of pork 'cracklings' (Chicharrón here close to Mexico) which had a bright orange sticker on it proudly proclaiming:"Contains No Carbohydrates!"
TheOther: Just add bacon.
LemSkroob: That's actually legit labeling. You'd be amazed what has animal products in it. Lots of red dyes have Cochineal in it, which is a bug. As for booze, if anyone uses a cclarifying agent (to get hazy wine/beer/booze to clear fast), they often use Chitosan, which is made from ground seashells and crustacean casings. Hence the need to have kosher wine.
Ima4nic8or: I saw a similarly funny vegan claim a few weeks ago when my vagina and I were visiting her parents in Weed, CA. I decided to pick up a bottle of local beer called Lumerian Ale. After marveling at the hippy dippy story on the label about beings made of light, called lumerians, that are rumored to inhabit Mt. Shasta I saw a few words at the bottle of the label that make me break down laughing: "vegan" and something along the lines of "no animal testing was performed in the making of this product." Of course we all know that most beer is full of meat products and has to be tested on fluffy bunnies before being sold.
abhorrent1: WTF is in regular guacamole that's not vegan? Farking stupid.
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