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Thread: What did you eat for your dinner [veggie/vegan]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angio View Post
    i bought at tesco mrs ponly a pound,its delish
    I knew you'd say that

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    mac n cheese was not a viable optionand it is fabby

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    mac n fucking cheese, it's macaroni-cheese woman

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    horses for courses uj.....

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    Well, in the absence of any bread, cheese or crisps, I'm taking veggie sausages and a healthy salad to eat during my night shift. Must say, it looks quite inviting.
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    I went for a vegan chilli at Iguana's in Manchester. Butternut squash chilli.... it was gorgeous!! Cheap too. Love that place. I checked with the chef, the food is ALL Fresh, no msg (including the sneaky hidden ones), no additives... SOO nice.

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    Mixed nut and mushroom pie with steamed green beans an gravy
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    Just discovered ASDA's veggie burgers are really good and not bad price either

    when it comes to cooking its not my best subject but I live in an area with a high percentage of Hindus so I shop in their shops and make a lot of vegetable curries in the slow cooker
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle jhad View Post
    A bit of chilli or curry-powder maybe
    I put curry powder of one sort or another in practically everything

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    Chinese curry sauce with mushrooms and green beans and homemade oven chips for me tonight
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    Mushroom stroganoff made with alpro yoghurt and macaroni

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    homemade sweet potato and lentil soup
    "The best way to get something done , is to begin "
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    Stuffed peppers,steamed kale,and carrots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra View Post
    Stuffed peppers,steamed kale,and carrots.
    Mmm sounds lovely....I had stuffed peppers a few weeks ago had forgotten how tasty they are..

    What'd you stuff em with?
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    I stuffed them with cous cous(Savoury veg flavour),pre cooked mushrooms and red onions,and topped them with cheese.I always pre blanche the peppers for 2 mins,and when stuffed,finish them in the oven for 30 mins.The Kale,onions and carrots were picked from my allotment this afternoon.
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    Sounds good...never thought of blanching them first would probably reduce the oven time. I used rice in mine with fryed mixed veg and some tomato puree and herbs/seasoning.
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    Anyone else tried 'sweetheart cabbage' (Aldi)? . It's a new one for me and is really very tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zendaze View Post
    Anyone else tried 'sweetheart cabbage' (Aldi)? . It's a new one for me and is really very tasty.
    I like to stir fry it with garlic, only for about a minute then add the tiniest bit of water, season then turn the heat down, put a lid on and steam for a couple more minutes.
    Or it's good raw, shredded and added to a sarnie or wrap.
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    Don't know if I put this picture on before, but I made this again



    apple, pear, banana, raspberry, grapes, strawberry all sliced up and topped off with a fat free Greek yoghurt
    "The best way to get something done , is to begin "
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    I've just scoffed a big bowl of kale cut up small and rubbed with lemon juice, salt and olive oil. A small avocado and some roasted pine nuts. It felt like the best thing I've ever eaten in my whole like.

    11th day vegan and I've never enjoyed my foood more.
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    Talk about stretching a meal..1st night back from hols..uj wanted eggs i fancied pasta,so opens a jar or reduced lloyd grosemans pasta sauce,last night tweeked with courgette(from daughters garden)and lentils and a mincy type pasta appears..tonight,add ginger curry powder and forraged mushrooms,with a pack of rice and 2 Warburtons sandwich slices left over from my boys on hols,made into ujs interpretation of pashwari naan....lush xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by patchypete View Post
    Don't know if I put this picture on before, but I made this again



    apple, pear, banana, raspberry, grapes, strawberry all sliced up and topped off with a fat free Greek yoghurt
    Mmmmmm Nom Nom Nom YummyLuscious That Be Sooo Looking
    Form From The Void & Mists
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    no fruit then pp..............vegan fishlees fingers ,lush

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    As a vegan, I think people who sell meat are disgusting; but apparently people who sell fruit and veg are grocer" - I'm leaving the room ...apologies just couldn't resist
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