skoptic wrote:beforewisdom wrote:Raw foodists are supposedly so serious about getting a superior state of health that they eschew many foods to get the best possible unadulterated nutrition...........so it doesn't make much sense to turn around and have a chochlate cake or soy ice cream after making those sacrifices. You can't tell me a slice of pie is less objectionable than a potato.
I might go raw just 'cause I can't be arsed to cook .. and I love cake!
Gulliver wrote:Lots of things that are "raw" are not actually raw. Like cashews, which are usually cooked to remove their caustic, toxic coating. One of my favourite cakes is raw, actually. It's also one of the most fattening things I've ever made, upward of 600 calories a slice.
Anyway, my rant is that I have suddenly found out that almost everything containing lemons at the Co-op contains shellac, which is made of beetle secretions. I don't want beetle secretions in my houmous! I don't want beetle secretions in anything. Why would you deliberately add beetle secretions to anything? WHY?!
Then again, at least they have it written on the box.
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Talyn wrote:Got a flyer from Tesco raving about their massive new 'vegetarian' range of products.
I go to Tesco.
Find the following:
- shedloads of quorn
- lots of new Linda Mac stuff that is full of cheese
- lots of Tivall stuff with egg in it
- half a dozen new lines of Tesco-brand vegetarian stuff, only one that is vegan
- falafels that have milk powder in them (seriously, WTF?)
- no more cheezly, instead a bunch of lactose-free dairy cheese
muchluv wrote:Ok so yesterday I went to a J.D. wetherspoons pub for my birthday with my brother and a friend, as Wetherspoons on a thursday have a curry night and one of there curries is vegan. So anyway, got there, had a drink or two then ordered. It wasn't a particularly busy night, but despite this they didn't have any of about five curries, including the one vegan curry . So I had the joy of chips instead. Wasn't very happy.
Wetherspoons label there vegan food online and it's awesome they have a vegan curry (this only occurs on a thursday). But I was not chuffed, kinda spoilt my birthday at least for that moment.
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