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 Post subject: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
PostPosted: Tue Dec 14, 2010 6:56 am 
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I haven't got any; just wanted to start a thread.....

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Efcliz wrote:
I haven't got any; just wanted to start a thread.....


Nice thread starting!

I found some mince pies in a mace that appear to be accidentally vegan - I haven't tried them yet, and they're probably very cheap and nasty, but I got excited when I saw them and had to buy them.


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Those lidl biscuits? They're only in bournemouth, not bath, so i haven't actually got there yet, but i'm excited!

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Those lidl biscuits? They're only in bournemouth, not bath, so i haven't actually got there yet, but i'm excited!

Which ones? I know the last time I checked, their plain chocolate digestives appeared to be vegan. Oh, they also have some pretty good dark chocolate, but I forget the name of it.

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Ooooh! Those actually look edible, as opposed to mince pies!

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Those things from IKEA! The things! Jojo will remember what they are.


Oh my god the things! They're called delicatoboll & they're chocolatey balls of awesomeness!

Jus Rol croissants in a tube are a favourite at the mo'

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Those things from IKEA! The things! Jojo will remember what they are.


Oh my god the things! They're called delicatoboll & they're chocolatey balls of awesomeness!

Jus Rol croissants in a tube are a favourite at the mo'


What about the vanilla and gingerbread cookies from Ikea? they aren't great but they come in a fork off huge box and that is good enough for me!


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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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Ooh, yeah, those vanilla dreams or something like that. Mike and I almost ate the entire box in one day.

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Ooooh! Those actually look edible, as opposed to mince pies!


I had some of those on Saturday. They were pretty yummy.


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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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Now... where are the alledged JusRoll croissants to be found, eh? So far I've checked Waitrose, Tesco, Morrisons and even Lidl.

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Now... where are the alledged JusRoll croissants to be found, eh? So far I've checked Waitrose, Tesco, Morrisons and even Lidl.


I've seen them in Asda!

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 14, 2010 6:30 pm 
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Now... where are the alledged JusRoll croissants to be found, eh? So far I've checked Waitrose, Tesco, Morrisons and even Lidl.


I've seen them in Asda!

I've seen them in Sainsbury's, same place as the other refrigerated pastry doughs.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 14, 2010 7:21 pm 
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Now... where are the alledged JusRoll croissants to be found, eh? So far I've checked Waitrose, Tesco, Morrisons and even Lidl.


I've seen them in Asda!

I've seen them in Sainsbury's, same place as the other refrigerated pastry doughs.


Yup, I've been getting mine in Sainsbury's too.

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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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Vegan - haven't tried - will be purchasing for (crappy) office Xmas party.

Ooooh! Those actually look edible, as opposed to mince pies!


This better not turn into the mince pie abuse thread again! Poor widdle mince pies.

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fork, I completely forgot about them, we ate a metric shit-tonne of them last year.

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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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I got the croissants!!!! Sainsbugs had them.
Silly question, but does anyone know if once the tube has popped you can keep them? So that you could in theory have some one day and the others the next?

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Silly question, but does anyone know if once the tube has popped you can keep them? So that you could in theory have some one day and the others the next?


No, you must eat all of them - all of them - in one sitting otherwise you fail. Actually, I don't know. But I would think that once the tube is open it would be like any other dough that would gradually lose loft and start to sour as the yeast expired - but I would reckon good for a second day.

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I do know that I once left a tin of Aldi croissant in the fridge at work and forgot about it and it popped on its own but I still forgot about it until it started to stink like disgusting beer slops. It was gross.

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I keep yeasted bread dough in the fridge for up to a week quite often. Eventually the gluten will weaken, but one day probably won't do much harm.


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This thread is so much fun to read while imagining everyones voices with thick European accents.


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This thread is so much fun to read while imagining everyones voices with thick European accents.


What's a thick European accent??!

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thssrgr wrote:
This thread is so much fun to read while imagining everyones voices with thick European accents.


What's a thick European accent??!


Yours.

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