- Apr 24, 2011
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Congrats Myth, once a week treat would be best, you deserve it
If tinned meat is still available, so is tinned veg. Anyway, I've always said if disaster strikes, I won't be one of the survivors. This is getting a bit grim for a discussion on food preferences, no?Disaster could strike. Crops may fail and reduce the availability of veggie food. Tinned meat still available.
Whatcha gonna do?
Not a chance at £2.50 for 12 fingers or £4 for two packs, and they are vegan not paying that much out, I know the vegetarian fingers are delicious.Get yer finger out woman, try them & report back.
Hang on - 16.666666666666666p doesn't sound exorbitant for a delicious finger.Not a chance at £2.50 for 12 fingers or £4 for two packs, and they are vegan not paying that much out, I know the vegetarian fingers are delicious.
I have just purchased 2 pkts toad in the hole, they are vegetarian, trying one as soon as the bugger is cooked
Always on sale M&S and waitrose. My yellow sticker diet means I buy it with a 90% discount.Everything in moderation... including moderation.
No, but seriously, if you eat sensibly six days a week and treat yourself to a cake and a pizza on the seventh, I don't see the problem. But I can find or make tasty vegan food, trouble is if it's in the shops it gets snapped up pretty sharpish, it's like a vegan Bat Signal goes up whenever something that tastes nice is on sale, so it becomes a rarity and you're left with cardboard and chickpea burgers or whatever.
If you eat any animals - and that includes fish or other sea creatures, you are definitely not vegetarian!I just looked up Pescatarian, seems like i am an ovo lactose one, cause i eat fish and eggs wtf, im a veggie, screw the added words
Actually in Japan fish was considered to be a vegetable for a very long time. This related to monks keeping their vegetarianism vows. Go figure.If you eat any animals - and that includes fish or other sea creatures, you are definitely not vegetarian! Otherwise you could have people claiming to be non-smokers - except for the pipe and cigars.