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 Post subject: Re: I can't believe they made vegan _________.
PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 8:25 am 
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Vegan squid rings!

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Oh, god. Did anyone else listen to the This American Life about the imitation calamari? I don't think I could eat this without thinking about pork bung now, even though I know it's vegan.


Yes! That's the first thing I thought of when I saw that picture.

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 Post subject: Re: I can't believe they made vegan _________.
PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 10:20 am 
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Does anyone know what brand of vegan haggis comes in a darker packet? I can get the McSween one and do enjoy it, but I had this other brand once and liked it better, but have never remembered the name. I'd know the packet if I saw it though.

ps Haaggis wrapped in puff pastry and baked is the utter biz.

Simon Howie's, perchance?
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Yes! That's the one! Thanks.

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 Post subject: Re: I can't believe they made vegan _________.
PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:37 pm 
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Deviled eggs: http://lagustasluscious.wordpress.com/2 ... like-eggs/

My boyfriend loves me extra much now that he knows I can make these. The recipe is very salty though, I used only 1/5th of the salt.



Wow, now that is a die-hard-boiled egg love. I did really like these when I was a kid and ate meat. Do you make them often? It looks like some intense work.


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 Post subject: Re: I can't believe they made vegan _________.
PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 1:22 pm 
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My stupid Tesco has a fridge endcap crammed full of regular haggis (several varieties of MacSween's and Simon Howie) but not a single veg one (though I can't eat MacSween's because of the nuts). mustards.

Re: texture - I've had both animal and veg haggis, and I've never had an oily or waxy haggis. It's a bit softer than ground beef, not at all waxy or oily. Dammit, now I want haggis.

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 Post subject: Re: I can't believe they made vegan _________.
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OliviaL wrote:
Cornelie wrote:
Deviled eggs: http://lagustasluscious.wordpress.com/2 ... like-eggs/

My boyfriend loves me extra much now that he knows I can make these. The recipe is very salty though, I used only 1/5th of the salt.



Wow, now that is a die-hard-boiled egg love. I did really like these when I was a kid and ate meat. Do you make them often? It looks like some intense work.


I was actually thinking it looks pretty easy! The hardest part would be obtaining the molds and then it kind of just follows like a really easy candy recipe. More work than a regular deviled egg, though.

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 Post subject: Re: I can't believe they made vegan _________.
PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2013 1:40 pm 
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rachell37 wrote:
My stupid Tesco has a fridge endcap crammed full of regular haggis (several varieties of MacSween's and Simon Howie) but not a single veg one (though I can't eat MacSween's because of the nuts). mustards.

forking Co-op never had any veg ones either. Bastids! Should've gone to Peckham's, but I couldn't be arsed by that point. Shows me.

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 Post subject: Re: I can't believe they made vegan _________.
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intriguing....should I make this?

http://melomeals.blogspot.com/2012/05/v ... ecipe.html


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 Post subject: Re: I can't believe they made vegan _________.
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Fee wrote:
OliviaL wrote:
Cornelie wrote:
Deviled eggs: http://lagustasluscious.wordpress.com/2 ... like-eggs/

My boyfriend loves me extra much now that he knows I can make these. The recipe is very salty though, I used only 1/5th of the salt.

Wow, now that is a die-hard-boiled egg love. I did really like these when I was a kid and ate meat. Do you make them often? It looks like some intense work.

I was actually thinking it looks pretty easy! The hardest part would be obtaining the molds and then it kind of just follows like a really easy candy recipe. More work than a regular deviled egg, though.

Yes, it is really easy, even easier than with chicken eggs I think, since you don't have to peel the eggs, you can just plop them out of their molds. I use extra tiny dip bowls as molds, they're round, not egg-shaped, but it's close enough. Just cook the milk with the black salt and agar for a few minutes and pour it into the molds. Blend the filling ingredients while the agar sets, hollow out the eggs a little and pipe in the filling. I make them quite regularly since my guy likes them so much (even pregan I've personally always thought eggs are vile, but that's love for ya).

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 Post subject: Re: I can't believe they made vegan _________.
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OliviaL wrote:

I tried it and wasn't very impressed. It makes a nice tangy spread, but it doesn't taste like blue cheese to me.

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