HA!... won't help you much IM. The GF is the bread-Making master.
We hardly ever buy store-bought bread, as she is a mean, lean loaf-making machine. She baked 5 loaves of dark rye just 3 days ago (using her family's sour dough, of course). If you kill her you eliminate a vital part of my state of culinary bliss.
err... anyone know how to get crumbs out of a keyboard?
I eat in moderation,i.m.
Like I only used two packages of Ramen this morning and held off on the pork chops and only used two there. And I only used two eggs and only a half a can of spinach.
So it wasn't much,and I skipped lunch! (not counting the M&M's and orange pop I'm snacking on now)
I'll eat a sensible dinner tonight.
A T Bone with 57 sauce,a baked potatoe with butter (margarine,yuk yuk!) and sour cream and that other half of spinach! I'll only eat one corn on the cob. Maybe two.
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quote:Originally posted by SimpleSimon Maybe you can answer this for me.
Why the hell would (do) a vegetarian want fake meat flavored food products? It smacks of total hypocrisy.
I'm not a vegetarian, Simon.
From my experience, the ones who DO buy the products are in it for health reasons, rather than animal causes. I was vegetarian for most of the 1990s. Not because I had any problem with EATING animals, but because I had some weird issue where the thought of it(blood, muscles, etc) grossed me out to a degree where I couldn't enjoy what I was eating.
I'll also assume that others that have similar issues buy these products. I didn't, but they weren't as readily available back then.
I, personally, buy that stuff because:
A. I prefer the taste and texture
B. It's usually better for you, and I prefer my son to eat healthy(including as little fatty meat as possible...lean meat is fine).
C. Less to worry about, foodborne bacteria-wise.
D. Cooks faster(generally because you don't have to worry about "C.")
That's all I can offer you for an answer.
I am currently drinking homemade cranberry lemonade
Medium rare always. I assure you it didn't need it. I just used a little.
Hamburger rules. It's because you really don't know what part of a cow (if even a cow) that goes in there makes hamburger so appealing.
I'm gonna make a double...no triple cheeseburger with onion rings and an orange pop.
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