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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Eggs are farm-aborted baby chicken foetuses! She's not much of a vegetarian if she eats em too (baby chicken = yolk, placenta/womb = white+shell)

    PS: potatoes are potato plant eggs. They're living, they even have tentacles like an octopus if you let em live a bit.
    Whatever you eat, you're killing something. It's just easier for humans to relate to animals because they have a face and look more similar to us and operate on the same time-scale (I remember reading an interesting thing on how kittens provoke the paternal/maternal instinct in people because the face is so similar to a baby human's)
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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Quote Originally Posted by MadduckUK View Post

    make her a bacon barm
    What's your sauce of choice? lets ignore what we talking about previously before answering that haha

    I think the sauce could make or break her as vege.

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    lol yuck...

    I used to get food poisoning at least once a year, and puke a lot because of meat...

    I'm sure you guys get sick a lot, but attribute it to drinking...

    I have never gotten sick since being a vegetarian (for over a year), except one time that I mixed red wine and a few pints of Guinness...

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Perfectionist View Post
    Eggs are farm-aborted baby chicken foetuses! She's not much of a vegetarian if she eats em too
    Very true!

    But it does depend on why they are a vegetarian. By brother is a vegie, but thats just because he is a weirdo and doesn't really like meat. Doesn't like eggs on their own, but no problem with them when used as an igredient. He also eats fish, because he likes that.


    Like I said, weirdo.

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Anything other than tomato ketchup on bacon is disgraceful

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Quote Originally Posted by staffsMike View Post
    What's your sauce of choice?
    personally HP sauce. but for a veggie i think tomato would be more suitable?
    Quote Originally Posted by Ephesians
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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Funkstar View Post
    Very true!

    But it does depend on why they are a vegetarian. By brother is a vegie, but thats just because he is a weirdo and doesn't really like meat. Doesn't like eggs on their own, but no problem with them when used as an igredient. He also eats fish, because he likes that.


    Like I said, weirdo.
    Of course, 'different strokes for different folks'.

    I used to eat fish, but to be honest I don't miss it, the smell puts me off, and I'm also one of those vegetarians who doesn't like killing stuff... I make an exception for eggs mainly because my sister-in-law would come by to visit often and leave eggs in the fridge, so rather than let them go to waste...

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robscure View Post

    I'm sure you guys get sick a lot, but attribute it to drinking...
    A cynical view Rob.. tut.

    I don't drink but don't get ill with meat particularly.. I don't really get ill actually.

    This thread has taken a turn for the worst.. it should have stayed in the gutter.

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Quote Originally Posted by staffsMike View Post
    A cynical view Rob.. tut.

    I don't drink but don't get ill with meat particularly.. I don't really get ill actually.

    This thread has taken a turn for the worst.. it should have stayed in the gutter.
    lol

    It's scientifically true that meat rots inside of us, it causes all sorts of problems.

    We've forced ourselves to adapt, however, over thousands of years of eating it...

    That's why we cook the meat until it's well done... If you eat bloody-raw meat every day you're going to have serious issues.

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robscure View Post
    lol yuck...

    I used to get food poisoning at least once a year, and puke a lot because of meat...

    I'm sure you guys get sick a lot, but attribute it to drinking...
    I haven't been ill for at least the last 2 years - it sounds like you might have some kind of digestive system condition, either that or just ate a lot of crap (as the guinness drinking might indicate )! Pork is the most unhealthy one, when you learn about the stuff they eat it's not so appetising - I tend to go for beef sausages when I do Oh and I mostly cook myself rather than processed crap. There was a really good program on BBC recently about food where they hunted out how things like sausages were made, it's basically all the gristle and waste that the butchers don't want generally - mechanically recovered meat, looks like pink s* coming out the machine.

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Perfectionist View Post
    I haven't been ill for at least the last 2 years - it sounds like you might have some kind of digestive system condition, either that or just ate a lot of crap (as the guinness drinking might indicate )! Pork is the most unhealthy one, when you learn about the stuff they eat it's not so appetising - I tend to go for beef sausages when I do Oh and I mostly cook myself rather than processed crap. There was a really good program on BBC recently about food where they hunted out how things like sausages were made, it's basically all the gristle and waste that the butchers don't want generally - mechanically recovered meat, looks like pink s* coming out the machine.
    Yeah, another reason why I'm not pleased with meat... it's just disgusting how they do it...

    But how pleasant can killing an animal and eating its flesh be anyways? LOL

    owned. haha jk...

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Ah yes.. Lips and stinkholes as we used to say (but used the proper word for, not stink..). If it's not a cut you must always question where it has come from lol

    I don't actually eat pork anymore, stopped years ago. I will occasionally have bacon though, bought from local produce lol

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Robscure View Post
    Yeah, another reason why I'm not pleased with meat... it's just disgusting how they do it...
    No, that's the thing, a lot of it isn't, the stuff that isn't "did" and is just unadulterated goodness. Eating meat once a week or so is perfectly healthy.

    But how pleasant can killing an animal and eating its flesh be
    Again, this comes back to my previous point. Whichever way you go, you're killing something to live. You're not able to live off sunlight or chemicals in the air, and a lot of animals are about as intelligent as plants, it's just the emotive anthropomorphising factor.

    anyways? LOL

    owned. haha jk...
    I clicked your profile then wondering what your age was, expecting to see something like 12, I was surprised when it doesn't mention but says you have a wife so can't be too young - weird.

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    http://www.waitrose.com/recipe/

    Have quite a good selection you can refine quite quickly to a specific type.
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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Perfectionist View Post
    No, that's the thing, a lot of it isn't, the stuff that isn't "did" and is just unadulterated goodness. Eating meat once a week or so is perfectly healthy.

    Again, this comes back to my previous point. Whichever way you go, you're killing something to live. You're not able to live off sunlight or chemicals in the air, and a lot of animals are about as intelligent as plants, it's just the emotive anthropomorphising factor.

    I clicked your profile then wondering what your age was, expecting to see something like 12, I was surprised when it doesn't mention but says you have a wife so can't be too young - weird.
    Yeah, I'm 12 because I like to joke and have fun

    Good observation.

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    Re: Date style vegetarian meal?

    Nah, just the particular thing you said - reminded me of insecure emo kids online who are always going on about how much they "own" everyone else

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