- Occupation Retired Clergy & Computer Consultant
- From Bradford, West Yorks
- Member since Mon 03 Jul 06
Its OK, ooboyle - you were tired and stressed when you posted - writing funding proposals can be a really bugger - I know, I've done too many of them myself.
- Member Occupation Enterprise Architect
- From Montreal
- Member since Fri 21 Mar 08
Thanks for the understanding, GeoffP.
Hope you had a good dinner
- Member since Fri 19 Dec 08
To those seeking vegetarian/vegan/raw food recipes, www.vegweb.com is a great site I use often.
You can also omit any unappetising (to you) ingredients in any recipes or use meat substitutes (yuck, veggo sausages..but that's my opinion)..
eg:I cooked one of the 'Jamie at home' bean recipies that's meant to be accompanied with monkfish which I substituted with parsley and basil battered eggplant slices and it was awesome.
Just use your imagination as lentils can be 'meaty' and falafel is fantastic for mince dishes etc.
Desserts are a bit trickier from a vegan's perspective though, to me:
Egg= Egg replacer or apple sauce or bannana or extra flour and some oil
Honey= Sugar + water (slightly caramelised is best) or apricot jam
Milk= Soy or Rice or almond milk
Cream= Coconut cream
I too have never felt better since I went vegan.. spiritually too..
but that's my experience, not my lecture
- Member Occupation Journalist
- From Auckland, New Zealand
- Member since Sun 28 Dec 08
If all of us chicken lovers didn't eat their eggs or meat, there would be no one to support the free range farmers. So the only industry that would thrive would be the battery hen farmers, don't you think?
- Member Occupation Student
- From South Wales
- Member since Sat 20 Feb 10
I do eat meat but not very often usualy juat on sundays otherwise i eat a lot of pasta and other carbs