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Why vegan is the fastest growing food movement in the world

Discussion in 'General Chit Chat' started by aposhark, Oct 27, 2019.

  1. aposhark
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

  2. Druk1
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    Druk1 Well-Known Member

    Your joking? :eek: You never mentioned it :ninja:
  3. aposhark
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    I was Vegan for many years but changed a few months ago to include fish.
    I don't want to expand the reasons any further ;)
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  4. Druk1
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    Druk1 Well-Known Member

    Get a steak down you and you will be just fine ;)
  5. aposhark
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    Morgan should have left his head in the bin :lol:
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  6. Aromulus
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    Aromulus The Don Staff Member

    I am omnivorous, but I stop at dininguan, balut and suchlike delicacies...
  7. John Stevens
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    I eat meat but to be politically correct I'll identify as trans vegan :D
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  8. Druk1
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    Or vegan-fluid :D
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  9. aposhark
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    Went to KFC tonight and got a bucket of chicken for the wife and kids and a vegan burger meal for me.
    So convenient now :like:

    The Quorn burger was good.
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  10. JohnAsh
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    I seem to produce and eject humungous amounts of methane when I eat vegetable matter... Beans, chickpeas, mushy peas, garlic, onions, etc. etc............
    But hardly any when meat is consumed.....

    So for the environment sake I am ditching plant produce, unless they are chips, which go rather well with medium rare ribeye steak...
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  13. aposhark
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    Think I want to :sick:
    Every man to his own, the farmer said as he kissed the cow :lol:
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    aposhark Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    Papa John flyers dropped on the mat tonight - more and more vegan choices :like:
  15. DavidAlma
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    From the age of 16 my eldest daughter was vegetarian. It reached a point that she would be physically sick if she saw meat on the dinner table. This continued for about 10 years, precisely to the point that she became pregnant with her first child. Lo and behold she had a craving for meat, and hasn't looked back since. Natures way of telling her what was good for her unborn baby??
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  16. JohnAsh
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    JohnAsh Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    I agree. It’s the carbs in the vedge that make you trump. Eating more meat and less vedge reduces the rearend methane emission.
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    How about the new Greggs vegetarian sausage roll? Anyone tried it yet?
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  18. Aromulus
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    Aromulus The Don Staff Member

    Contradiction of terms??
  19. JohnAsh
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    JohnAsh Well-Known Member Lifetime Member

    Quorn sausage?
  20. Druk1
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    I don't eat pork,but I tried one of greggs veggie sausage rolls when they came out,putrid,like weird tasting pap,absolute rubbish,i never waste food so ate it all but I kept getting flashbacks of that first mouthful :poop:
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