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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
PostPosted: Tue Dec 31, 2013 1:40 pm 
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Biscoff are pretty small, though. The GO did have... um... Spekulat... something. Some kind of Speculoos-type cookie

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 31, 2013 1:51 pm 
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Or biscoff s'mores!

That just might be genius.

We did that at veganstock one year! It was magical.

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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
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Guessing they're not Sophie's Kitchen then, eh?

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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
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I wish I remembered if I liked Sophie's Kitchen stuff. I just can't remember, and don't want to spend $6.50 only to find out I didn't like them.

I guess if they were worth it, I'd remember?

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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
PostPosted: Tue Dec 31, 2013 7:58 pm 
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T's cousin got us free tickets to an NFL game this weekend, so afterwards we all went out to eat wherever they wanted. We ended up at this steak and spaghetti place (joy). The server told me that the pasta didn't have eggs in it, so I ordered the marinara. I remembered before she left to ask if there was cheese served on it, and it turns out that there is cheese in the sauce. Guess what I ended up getting to eat? Plain, totally unseasoned spaghetti noodles. A few minutes after it arrived, she plopped down a bowl of olive oil with jarred minced garlic in it.

Uh… hashtag notworthsevendollars

I ended up eating hummus for dinner at the hotel later that night.


DEMOS?! I've had this experience. We were forced to go there with shitty family members' friends. I just had a beer and ate afterwards.


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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
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T's cousin got us free tickets to an NFL game this weekend, so afterwards we all went out to eat wherever they wanted. We ended up at this steak and spaghetti place (joy). The server told me that the pasta didn't have eggs in it, so I ordered the marinara. I remembered before she left to ask if there was cheese served on it, and it turns out that there is cheese in the sauce. Guess what I ended up getting to eat? Plain, totally unseasoned spaghetti noodles. A few minutes after it arrived, she plopped down a bowl of olive oil with jarred minced garlic in it.

Uh… hashtag notworthsevendollars

I ended up eating hummus for dinner at the hotel later that night.


DEMOS?! I've had this experience. We were forced to go there with shitty family members' friends. I just had a beer and ate afterwards.


YES! Haha, it was pretty comical. Luckily I wasn't that hungry to begin with, and the hummus at the hotel was super tasty after the 6000 beers I had drank that day. They even gave me olives and roasted red peppers to eat with it.

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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
PostPosted: Tue Dec 31, 2013 8:13 pm 
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A omni friend (who has admitted not understanding what I eat) suggested a place for me to eat this weekend when I am up north. He says the chef/owner is vegan or was vegan or something, so there will be loads of options. So I check out the online menu. Sorry, but a hummus platter will not cut it for three days of meals. But thanks for playing.

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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
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i miss a childhood classic - graham crackers + milk...like cereal. my mom would let us have that at times. i loved it so!


I used to have that all the time! We called it "dip and eat." I bet it would be even better with vanilla soymilk.

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A omni friend (who has admitted not understanding what I eat) suggested a place for me to eat this weekend when I am up north. He says the chef/owner is vegan or was vegan or something, so there will be loads of options. So I check out the online menu. Sorry, but a hummus platter will not cut it for three days of meals. But thanks for playing.


Maybe the owner can whip you up something special? I generally find that chefs will make something vegan if asked. Although, it's not always something filling or sustainable, to be fair.

So! Aren't parties always such fun fodder for this thread? I have two from last night. First, this friend of mine was talking about how great that birthday cake I made was, and then was talking about how she was going to make it and trick someone into thinking it wasn't vegan…but she was acting as if it was healthy or something, so I said, 'Well, it's not healthy, there's still loads of fat and sugar in it!' And this paleo lady was like, 'And flour! Flour is soooo unhealthy!' I literally had nothing to say in response.

But the best was later, because the only thing there for me to eat was a bag of BBQ chips, so I was eating them (after checking the label). This dude asked if I was vegetarian, and I told him I was vegan. Then he says, 'So you're committing the ultimate sin!' Um…what? I said, 'Uh…no? These are vegan.' He didn't believe me, even after I told him I'd checked the ingredients, grabbed the bag from me, studied the ingredients for himself, and then declared that it was forking unbelievable that BBQ chips didn't have animal products in them. Also, everyone thought it was sooooo funny that I was carrying around a bag of chips and snarfing them down. But, you know, it's not funny at all that earlier they were all housing meatball subs, pepperoni pizza, turkey sandwiches, and sausage balls.

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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
PostPosted: Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:14 pm 
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Overheard some girl talk about how vegan she was.....in her leather and fur trim outfit. And feather head piece.


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Overheard some girl talk about how vegan she was.....in her leather and fur trim outfit. And feather head piece.


I see what you're getting at, but I use some thrifted leather. All of the imitation-leather things I've bought (a few pairs of boots, a couple of belts, a couple of purses) haven't held up well enough for me to justify the expense and environmental impact of the manufacturing. It makes more sense to me to reuse something even if it isn't vegan.


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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
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I guess anything other than baconsteaktatos is too female.


Bahaha! BEST! Baconsteaktatos <3


We need CQ to veganize that!


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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
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I wish I remembered if I liked Sophie's Kitchen stuff. I just can't remember, and don't want to spend $6.50 only to find out I didn't like them.

I guess if they were worth it, I'd remember?

The fried shrimp and fried calamari are disgusting. The fish sticks are kind of good, but not really worth the $$$ for normal eating because they have like no protein which in my mind kind of defeats the purpose of fake seafood. I never ate seafood though--honestly the only fish I've ever had were fish sticks and salmon, and I really disliked both.

But I love vegan recipes for fake seafood-y stuff, such as the tempeh crab cakes in VB.

Pet peeve! The vegan burger at a pub we ate at tonight only comes with gluten-free buns, because the delicious looking pretzel onion kaiser rolls that go with the other burgers are not vegan, and the g/f bun was so stale and chalky that I feel sick just thinking about it. I think I said something really stupid to my husband like "they kill two vegan and gluten free birds with one stone" because I was hungry and unsatisfied, dammit! The patty was also made with rancid flax seeds. Luckily I have a pet awesome because my 5 course (!!!) vegan breakfast was the best food of all time, seriously.


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 Post subject: Re: Vegan pet peeves
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What do you eat?

How do you get your protein?

Can you eat, like, bread?

I could NEVER do that!

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Oooh, how about when my boyfriend told his mom I'm vegan and she started interrogating me about what I eat, then ignoring anything I had to say/telling me I'm wrong, basically. Like, I said I eat a lot of legumes, and those have a lot of nutrients, and she said, "Well, they have fiber, but that's about it." She kept saying, "Everything is okay in moderation." Later I said something about soy milk, and, "Oh, NO! You can't eat SOY! It's TERRIBLE for you! The hormones! You'll get breast cancer and DIE!" And I just said something like, well, I don't eat a ton of it, so I'm not worried and anyway, I'd be more worried about how it's in tons of processed food. She replied that, no, it's not. Ok, lady, the three things you have on your table right now all have soy in them, but whatever. This is the same woman that told me I must have a brain parasite from my cats and that's why I'm quiet (this was on Christmas eve in front of everyone, no less -- and yes, she was utterly serious). Maybe I'm just quiet around you because you talk to me like this!

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Wow, what a peach. :/

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Damn local vegan groups and people shoving the just eat whole foods malarky and processed food is the devil and food isn't vegan if it is made in the same factory as non vegan stuff.

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What do you eat?

How do you get your protein?

Can you eat, like, bread?

I could NEVER do that!

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Ha. THIS! I love it! I get so tired of that same routine. I sound absolutely bored anymore when answering a persons questions but its the same thing over and over again. Also, because I don't drink milk they are just waiting and watching for my bones to disintegrate. They beat that stuff into our heads when we are children that you MUST eat meat and drink milk to be healthy.


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What do you eat?

How do you get your protein?

Can you eat, like, bread?

I could NEVER do that!

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Hahaha. I went on three dates with an OKC guy who on the first date asked me how I get my protein. And then he kept asking me "can you eat___ ?" Blerg! The best (worst?) was "do you eat oysters?". Um, no I do not.

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And why are they selling them in Spokane and not here?! I have spent way too much ordering those online because they are nowhere to be found over here. (zensquiggle, some of the people in that group are just... I don't even know... ugh.)

I'm glad it's not just me. I'm not a super social person anyway, but I'm about half a step away from unjoining the group completely. For now I fiddled around until I figured out how to take them out of my feed so that I wouldn't go up in flames every time I opened up facebook.

The plain Nabisco grahams aren't a regular thing at the Spokane Grocery Outlet... I think they just happened to get a pallet of them at random. Grocery Outlet is funny... I'll see brands from places we don't even have near here, like Publix and Hellman's. But I got about 10 tubs of organic whipped Earth Balance for $2 each just before xmas, so I keep poking my head in periodically and hunting for treasures.

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Those graham crackers have appeared at 99 Cents Only before too. I have to assume they don't sell very well at regular stores since they always end up at the discount stores.


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But you have digestives! Digestives > graham crackers.


Hell yes. Easy access to vegan, chocolate dipped digestive cookies is a dream of mine.

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