Don't make a stink

Discussion in 'Vegetarian' started by Samhain, May 23, 2004.

  1. Samhain

    Samhain Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

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    ive recently become veggie, it just felt from a religious, ethical and health point of view the right thing to do.

    i cooked some veggie burgers tonight, they didn't stick to the pan like meat ones used too and the whole kitchen didn't stink afterwards so the hidden benefits just keep pouring in!

    s
     
  2. interval_illusion

    interval_illusion Deceased

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    nice...

    im having veggie. burgers soon. :)
     
  3. Samhain

    Samhain Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

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    its a whole big adventure for me i'm loving trying out new food!

    s
     
  4. mrsshf

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    My husband is currently a struggling-to-be vegetarian. His favorite food is veggie burgers! Yummy! And no BSE!
     
  5. veggieromance

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    You can get some great burgers.

    Try grilling them - healthier and less messy! :)
     
  6. eccofarmer

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    NAMASTE

    I became vegetarian for the same resons.Sence them i look back and wish my mind set could have started sooner.Ether way when ever i feel one does make this change in there life it is the time for it.It never gets boring
    .I love making new dishes all the time.It is great.Glad that all of us have made the change.
     
  7. HappyHaHaGirl

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    I put mine in the toaster... :D
     
  8. Samhain

    Samhain Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

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    r u veggie as well then Happy?

    s
     
  9. HappyHaHaGirl

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    Yeah... I have been for like 5 years
     
  10. Sage-Phoenix

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    Yeah it's all good.

    My mother often asks me to wash up the tins she has roasted meat in. Unbelievably disgusting, but helps with the motivation in a funny way.

    TTFN

    Sage
     
  11. Enron

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    Much to passive, You should throw red paint all over your house, that will get the point across


    Im joking of course though
     
  12. Samhain

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    well i thought it seemed a bit cruel at first but you say your mother asks you so presumably you can just say no

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  13. SweeperOfDreams13

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    Yet another thing to love about HappyHaHaGirl!
    :D





    And yes, I love veggie burgers... now 100% guilt-free!
    and 100% Moral!
    I didn't really even like meat burgers when I was omni.
    But veggie burgers rock.
    Did I already say that?
    kinda.
     
  14. HappyHaHaGirl

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    I did get a bit weak when I was pregnant.... all I wanted was bbq ribs... :) I only gave in once, though. After that, I would just have a spoonful of A1 sauce whenever I had a craving... I don't know what's in that, but I did't have to eat a thing of ribs. :( But I did really well... I had some insane cravings.

    I never really liked meat, anyway. Blah. It always made me sick. Plus, even if it's not for ethical reasons, you're better off not eating meat. It's just healthier. And you don't really have to worry about E. coli and Mad Cow disease, etc....
     

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