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Someday I'd like to sample Rabbit's cooking.

And maybe some other goodies, but first I'll have to get to NOLA.

Which is on my barrel list. It started as a bucket list, but there's so much on it that now I need a barrel.

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FWIW, I don't use faux meat products.

Not because the soyburger things they used to serve at my HS tasted awful, but rather because I don't try and fake anything.

Well, maybe an orgasm. :-)

This one time, at Laundry Camp...

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Rabbit I would love to try it really , I very good at trying different foods . If I'm ever in NOLA I,ll stop by its really on my bucket list to see that city and the war museum , I'm kind of a naval history buff ,got that from my dad .

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Inez- upbringing has nothing to do with it. I was raised on meat at every meal. My Polish roots are very "meat-centric". I taught myself to cook and have had numerous people tell me I should open a vegan restaurant (never gonna happen as I enjoy having some free time and money). My best friend hates most veggies and can't cook to save her life YET she is vegan as there are so many great meat alternatives now.

Good-The today show did a feature on the Beyond Meat product. Watch the video. It's unbelievable today. com/food/today-puts-meatless-meat-test-does-it-taste-chicken-1D79579619

Honestly the seitan I make is better than the Beyond Meat chikun. Their product is good and if cooked right is nearly identical to actual chicken flesh but I still think the taste and texture in mine us better -- maybe I'm biased

~rabbit~

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Rabbit I did see something like it ,maybe not excite ,I'm more a fish ,meat, and potato gal ,I eat a lot of fish my roots, basque people live on Cod fish, was always a dish we had few times a week, done a 100 ways and root veggie that was about the only thing that grew in that area of Spain. I'm not a very good cook so cooking wasn't my thing , My husband a very good cook ,and my son who is a New York City Firemen is a 5 star cook ,he didn't lean it here LOL Be well honey

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I virtually never make a vegan meal unless it's for specific guests, but I do have a couple of decent ones in my repertoire. My crispy orange tofu with green beans and carrots is an adaptation of a recipe intended for beef that makes Mrs. VA's vegetarian and vegan family members happy.

I simply do not debate people on the virtues of vegetarianism/veganism. Chacun son gout.

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Before I get roasted- my dinner 2 nights this week had no meat/fowl/fish etc.

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Some faux chicken is apparently so good you can't tell it from the real thing:

"Whole Foods recalled two kinds of curried chicken salad that had been mislabeled and sold in some of its stores. The salad made with real chicken had been labeled as vegetarian "chick'n" salad while the salad supposedly made with a meat alternative contained actual chicken.

"None of the customers apparently noticed the difference," Ethan Brown, founder of Beyond Meat, which made the chicken substitute, told the New York Times."

mnn.c om/food/healthy-eating/stories/how-fake-meat-is-made

Do you suppose it was a vegan who couldn't tell the difference between real chicken and faux chicken?

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Inez-I doubt you saw a recipe for what I made as it's my own creation.

I find it funny that people will dismiss the idea of vegan meals outright without even trying them. Not only was it delicious and decadent it involved no animal cruelty or death-- yet vegans are considered the "extremists " LOL!

Add to that the proven health benefits (Scamps bad cholesterol is down 50+ points since living with me and my bloodwork always comes back spotless) along with the planetary benefits I'm simply amazed that the majority of people shun the very idea if a vegan meal even once or twice a week.

-rabbit-

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I use to eat cold pasta in Nursing school almost as good as cold pizza

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