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interesting about the pea protein! I used to do a lot of Arbonne's protein powder which is pea protein based because it was the only one I felt like tasted good and was not full of chemicals. I have to avoid soy.

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No I don't avoid Tofu or tofu based proteins. I often make my own "meats" (seitan) though and that is make from wheat gluten and garbanzo flour as a base.

There is also a newish product called beyond meat that is pea protein based. It did phenomenally well in taste tests. in fact, on the today show it completely fooled the hosts even when comparing the taste and texture side by side with real chicken and beef.

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Sounds good anyway, Rabbit!

A couple weeks ago I adapted a recipe for spicy chicken soup from "all recipes" and it was fantastic! We eat meat but one of my kids has introduced me to vegetarian fake chicken since she and her husband are vegetarians. It would probably be a good substitute for this soup. Do you avoid the tofu-replaced meat imitations?

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Scandle - Sadly, being sick, I did not cook from scratch. I simply opened a can of Progresso Tomato Basil soup and added an obscene amount of cayenne, garlic and crystal hot sauce to it

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Again something Trooper would love...poor man cursed with a wife that doesn't do spicy food. He keeps his stash of hot sauce and peppers by the table.

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Rabbit, the Scandles love spicy food! Would you mind sharing your recipe with me?

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Peg mrs saw that and i now baking away...lol She only has double chocolate brownie mixes...so brownies it is....

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I forgot! My dinner tonight is Creole Tomato soup -- super spicy from loads of hot sauce, cayenne pepper and garlic (to help drive the cold demons from my body) with crostini for dipping.

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"poor scamp.......no more big thick steaks ha ha "

Actually Scamp doesn't tend to eat stuff like that anyway since it's fairly unhealthy BUT he gets to eat whatever he wants. If we go out, and he wants to order a steak, he can....just like if you came to town to visit and we all went out to eat you could order whatever you wanted as well.

I don't tell others what to do or how to do it and I tend to give back the same (if not more) respect than I am given

The good news for Scamp is that I enjoy cooking and I'm fairly good at it (I'm currently working on a cookbook to publish). I may cook vegan BUT few omnivores have complained about my food and most have a hard time believing their are no animal products in it.

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poor scamp.......no more big thick steaks ha ha

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