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Old 10-08-2012, 07:36 PM   #71
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Now I'm just confused. Exiting stage left...

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Old 10-08-2012, 07:41 PM   #72
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It is not even a boil problem yet. Germinate to malt and then run it through a blender and dose with amylase and yeast. Wait a week and dose with iso hop extract. Bottle with sugar. Wait three weeks, drink, then vomit. Give up veganism forever.

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Old 10-08-2012, 07:46 PM   #73
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It is not even a boil problem yet. Germinate to malt and then run it through a blender and dose with amylase and yeast. Wait a week and dose with iso hop extract. Bottle with sugar. Wait three weeks, drink, then vomit. Give up veganism forever.
The rest of vegan food is pretty much terrible. The beer might as well suck too.

Would they care?
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Old 10-08-2012, 07:48 PM   #74
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Aren't most raw-food diets vegan or vegetarian?
Not necessarily. They're very different notions with very different principles to motivate them.
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Old 10-08-2012, 07:50 PM   #75
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I think wine is the answer here.

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Old 10-08-2012, 08:29 PM   #76
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The rest of vegan food is pretty much terrible. The beer might as well suck too.

Would they care?
Actually some vegan food is pretty awesome if its prepared properly. My wife got me to try a meal she made that was not only vegan but raw, and it was delicious. Of course it took her almost 8 hours to prepare and I was hungry after 30 minutes, but it was good flavor wise.
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The rest of vegan food is pretty much terrible. The beer might as well suck too.

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the majority of beer is vegan

and most vegan dishes are plenty tasty - may not be an ideal lifestyle or way to eat everyday all the time but to say all vegan food is terrible is a pretty ignorant blanket statement
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the majority of beer is vegan

and most vegan dishes are plenty tasty - may not be an ideal lifestyle or way to eat everyday all the time but to say vegan food is terrible is a pretty ignorant blanket statement
Not sure he meant that all vegan dishes were nasty. I could be wrong though . I've had a lot of vegan dishes that were delicious. But, I think they would have ALL been better with some meat added. Then again, I love my meats.
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and most vegan dishes are plenty tasty - may not be an ideal lifestyle or way to eat everyday all the time but to say all vegan food is terrible is a pretty ignorant blanket statement
Lighten up, Francis. It was joke.
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Ya know, the whole veganism thing cracks me up. While people are entitled to eat the way they wish, when I see the following scenario, I crack up:

You'll see these people come up with some elaborate concoction they call a "meal", in which they attempt to copy something like a burger and fries, all the way down to fake bacon. It always leads me to the logical conclusion that these people are really foolish, no offense intended. If you have to go so far as to build a veganized version of something that's SUPPOSED to contain meat, oil, raw items, etc, then something is clearly wrong with that approach. If you want the real deal so bad.....then EAT the real deal, and quit telling yourself it's bad. If it's so against your beliefs, why do you want to go as far as possible to copy the real deal?



It's like buying a $20,000 VW and spending $30k upgrading its body panels, engine, exhaust, wheels, etc, all to get it to look like a $50,000 BMW -------- except that the VW ends up costing more and performing worse. Coulda just bought a BMW and called it a day. All this being said, I'm not ripping on the lifestyle as a whole, but instead all of the one's I've personally experienced/seen.


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