suffer-cait wrote:hey, guys?
i'm fucking magic
faunablues wrote:Anyone get brown rice sushi to work? I always wind up with a bowl of vinegared rice.
jgcrawfo wrote:Do you have any experience with puff pastry? I've never seen a recipe for that that didn't use butter folded between the dough, but I'd like to be able to make things with it for my vegan friends. I still don't have enough experience with it to deviate from the recipe, but would shortening work as the in-between layering to make delicious vegan puff pastry and croissant?
WHAT!? Last time I read the label there was chicken broth in there...it was a college guilty pleasure. Ramen usually just makes me sick anyway, digestion of the wonderbread of noodels does not agree with my colon.Delalyra wrote:According to google, the Top Ramen oriental brand is vegan! Failing that, make mock ramen yourself! Not as convenient, though.
xxn0hopexx wrote:Just as a question from someone yearning to know about veganism, is it okay to eat Ramen noodles? I guess the question really is whether or not they use actual chickens or cows or the like in the ramen flavoring?
Belial wrote:Time to hide in the CAVE OF AWESOME.
Bakemaster wrote:Vegan cakes tend to be moister than other cakes. The crumbly, firm texture you find in a plain white or golden birthday cake, for example, strongly depends on eggs and butter to work.
Zamfir wrote:Yeah, that's a good point. Everyone is all about presumption of innocence in rape threads. But when Mexican drug lords build APCs to carry their henchmen around, we immediately jump to criminal conclusions without hard evidence.
poxic wrote:My biggest problem with diet is being vegetarian and also allergic to a lot of common plants. Carrots, celery, anything called a pepper, anything citrus or melon, and so forth.
So I'm mostly looking for new and different things to do with the cruciferous things. Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and all the other slightly bitter-tasting stuff that usually gets chucked into soups and stir-fries. Do you know of anything more creative than that?
/seriously burned out on broccoli, even though I actually like it a lot. It's been a mainstay for years now. >.<
edit to add: assume that anything in "Cross reactions" here is off limits, though some of those I can actually have in moderation.
poxic wrote:I'm not a big fan of radishes -- they will get eaten, but not joyfully.
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