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    Hi all.

    I am a new vegan interested in various vegan dishes from around the wirld. In case you may not know, a vegan is like a vegetarian; however vegans do not consume ANY animal products ( such as dairy or eggs).

    ok, bye.

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    Hello, I make a delicious vegan chili. I replace the meat with marinated or smoked tofu. When I am about to serve I add some nutritional yeast flakes.


    Take care

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    • #3
      That depends...in which direction do your tastes lie? I'm from S.A but I could suggest foods native to my ethnic background. A firm favorite here is a sugar bean curry with roti. You could try spinach and chickpea curry. If you like less spicy food maybe you could try a delicious brown mushroom and pea pasta in creamy sauce. I could go on and on
      Last edited by Jsw77; 06-10-2018, 04:47 PM. Reason: Most of my original reply disappeared on posting

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      • #4
        A lot of Indian vegetarian food minus diary is Vegan. Indians use Ghee which is derived from Milk but you can easily replace this with Olive Oil.


        Examples :
        Rice + Lentils
        Roti/Paratha + Vegetable Curries

        There are also Fruit salads of many varieties.

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        • #5
          vegan is food for poor

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          • #6
            Originally posted by IngenueKim View Post
            Hi all.

            I am a new vegan interested in various vegan dishes from around the wirld. In case you may not know, a vegan is like a vegetarian; however vegans do not consume ANY animal products ( such as dairy or eggs).

            ok, bye.
            Pickled cucumber with vodka is simple and best.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by VaselineBasket View Post
              Pickled cucumber with vodka is simple and best.
              That’s a low-calorie meal! It’s vegan, low in fat and gluten free!

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              • #8
                The Beyond Meat product is becoming more popular, I’m about to have a birthday cookout with beef burgers and beyond meat burgers, last time I did that no one could tell the difference!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by LunaPhinx View Post
                  The Beyond Meat product is becoming more popular, I’m about to have a birthday cookout with beef burgers and beyond meat burgers, last time I did that no one could tell the difference!
                  Yes, you’re right. You won’t notice the difference between a vegan and a meat burger unless you are aware that vegan burgers are being served. It’s more difficult with sausages. Vegan hotdogs just aren’t convincing.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
                    You won’t notice the difference between a vegan and a meat burger unless you are aware that vegan burgers are being served.
                    This trick will work in USA, but the girl is doomed in Russia.

                    P.S.
                    Last edited by VaselineBasket; 07-02-2018, 04:55 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by VaselineBasket View Post
                      This trick will work in USA, but the girl is doomed in Russia.

                      P.S.
                      Nyet, Komrade Vasily Vaselinivitch. She only has to serve liberal quantities of your pickled cucumber and vodka before she serves her fake meat.

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                      • #12
                        Slice a human, and spread its blood all over the soil, grind its meat and mix well with soil, and then spread some vegetable seeds over it. You will be having best quality vegetables for your vegan lifestyle.

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                        • #13
                          I like to eat watermelon.



                          https://i04.fotocdn.net/s31/81/publi...2736817232.jpg

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                          • #14
                            Bot tak b Mockbe kywaiot apsy3bi no hoyam .

                            Yes, I agree. Down with Capitalist running dogs. The Socialist revolution lives on!

                            Long Live Engels!
                            Long Live Marx!
                            Long Live Lenin!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post
                              Bot tak b Mockbe kywaiot apsy3bi no hoyam .

                              Yes, I agree. Down with Capitalist running dogs. The Socialist revolution lives on!

                              Long Live Engels!
                              Long Live Marx!
                              Long Live Lenin!

                              This is called "gopota"(gopniks) wanted water after alcohol. Mom-anarchy, dad-a glass of port wine. This is a single case, but funny.

                              It is for the right wing, so Dima posted it for me. First, freedom in anarchy, or second, Russian intolerance to non-Russian workers who sell watermelons in Moscow. The left double strike from communist Dmitri. Dimka is a big naughty boy.
                              Last edited by VaselineBasket; 07-05-2018, 06:42 AM.

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