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Review to follow.
barely legal girls.
They can't deny their natural instincts!
with mash and carrots and cauliflower and broad beans.
it was great :)
i'm looking forward to it, I have to say.
Also in my freezer: Linda McCartney lasagne.
else I'm resurrecting Linda just so I can kill her again.
come back to life, then fuck off again :D
however m&s vegetable moussaka- it's seriously the greatest thing i can think of. i have it in the freezer in my old house, i might pop back and pick it up tonight.
Aubergine can well and truly fuck off.
In some people's vocabulary, 'vegetarian' is a derivative of the Old Gaelic words 'loves to eat aubergine plentifully'
I ate that particular moussaka for dinner before a night of heavy vomiting. The two weren't neccisarily linked but despite this they now are in my mind, and I shall never eat it again.
i don't throw it everywhere with a spoon dangling from my mouth
why does he fling it everywhere?
Stupid black and white cunt.
I always got confused with the names, like it would be too easy to call a badger "Badger" and "Bodger" doesen't seem like a plausible name for a human plus Badger was more of a "Bodger" kind of guy in the onomatopoiec sense.
bodger and badger
bodger and badger
la la la la-la
la la la la-la
repeat ad infinitum
BADGER PICKS HIS NOSE
Huge lols at 6-7-years-old.
kind of annoys me. People should know how to get protein and stuff without relying on processed, man-made foodstuffs that probably has loads of artificial ingredients in it.
he didn't make shapes, he just stirred Smash with a wooden spoon and threw it around
that's fair enough i guess. but it just seems like a lazy approach to vegetarianism. but im a bit of a food nazi.
i'm not a Quorn guru or anything, but if i'm making stir fry or curry, on occasions i like to bulk it up with tofu or Quorn rather than just veg. and/or pulses.
Also, if i've had a crappy day at work, sometimes i just want to come home and bung some stuff in the oven for an easy tea: voila, Quorn to the rescue!
tofu. No I get that quorn's easy and tasty and stuff. It just freaks me out a bit. I like to know exactly what I'm eating.
unless you eat any food that you have gathered yourself - that is, the majority of foods are handled and processed in some way - then you will never, ever fully "know" what you are eating. That's a redundant argument.
we do grow our own vegetables at home, but you're right, it is difficult to know what's been done to your food. I don't think it's a totally redundant argument though, to want to find out as far as possible what's in your food. Just because a lot of food has shit in it, doesn't meant I shouldn't want to at least attempt to eat as naturally as possible. Anyway, I'm going to work now.
"I like to know exactly what I'm eating."
does anyone remember that show on CBBC that was a guy riding around *possibly* edinburgh or a town like edinburgh, delivering pizzas?
like "HAW HEE"
man made stuff isn't inherently "unnatural"
I don't eat a lot of quorn-y, in fact this is the first time in ages, but it's usually used as a way for veggies to be even more elitist.
"OH you eat quorn? I wouldn't even eat a potato SHAPED like a cow"
i just dont feel that comfortable eating something that's been invented and processed like that.
but i'm sure he did the noise for it or something.
and so is any meal you prepare when you either combine or cook ingredients from their raw NATURAL state.
but more throaty. A kid at my school could imitate it perfectly.
but you're not adding loads of emulsifiers or preservatives to a sandwich... and yeah of course you combine things when you're cooking but I think it's best to keep them as close to their natural state as possible. But that's just me, like i said, food nazi/occasional health freak.
my mate was still riding off the ability to do that until he was sort of 15. Got a laugh every time
that's the question.
do you take any medicines or drugs?
quorn bacon quiche thing last month. i can't find it anywhere in london though :(
How can you not love them after all the wonderful food they produced for veggies and all the millions that Paul pumps into animal charities?
except that video where he wears suit+converse.
0:00:00 I cut into the pie
0:01:30 The pastry is delicately textured with nice colour, though slightly tasteless
0:05:00 half way through I add HP sauce for flavour. I am slightly dissapointed by the lack of fake meat content
overall 7/10. would'ave appreciate more to chew on but it wasn't as dry as i was anticipating
That's why i give Linda M's hot, steaming pie 9/10
one step road to improving that dissapointment.
Buy a real steak pie.
I won't buy one in the next few weeks therefore no extra cows will be killed.
How nice am I.