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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Iím fine with English, thanks.
    Preferably a full English with lashings of deid porker in various forms.


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    To be clear, folk can do what they wish, I have no militant "problem" with quorn sausages, I just don't understand the thought process behind eating them when there's so much that can be done with vegetarian ingredients to create proper vegetarian dishes and I'd just be eternally disappointed with the veggie option if I knew what a proper burger or sausage tasted like from past experience.

    Anyway, I'm not in danger of going full vegetarian, but if I ever did so, I'd be avoiding "meat substitute" products entirely I reckon.
    What vegetables can be used to give that Sunday morning experience of 2 brekkie rolls and a coffee plonked in front of the tele for an hour? I'd hazard a guess and say none. However the veggie lorn and 2 quorn links i had this morning done that job perfectly well

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    Quote Originally Posted by lyonhibs View Post
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    Preferably a full English with lashings of deid porker in various forms.
    Bacon, Link Sausage, Black pudding, Fried bread, Fried egg and beans would be my favourite. Not had that lot for years though, still trying to get rid of the excess it caused 😂

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    I've noticed a few of the recipes I want to try in the veggie cook book require egg yolks. Is there a substitute which does the same job?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibernia&Alba View Post
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    I've noticed a few of the recipes I want to try in the veggie cook book require egg yolks. Is there a substitute which does the same job?
    https://www.mydarlingvegan.com/replacing-eggs/

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    Quote Originally Posted by GORDONSMITH7 View Post
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    https://www.mydarlingvegan.com/replacing-eggs/

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    Thanks Big G, there are some good substitutes there. I need to get some flax seeds!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibernia&Alba View Post
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    Thanks Big G, there are some good substitutes there. I need to get some flax seeds!
    I use a little hoisin sauce instead of soy sauce.

    https://youtu.be/DgGKulBuUs4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibernia&Alba View Post
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    Thanks Big G, there are some good substitutes there. I need to get some flax seeds!
    Flax seeds, known by a a friend who has all sorts of eating issues as fart seeds. Just a wee warning 😉
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    Quote Originally Posted by GORDONSMITH7 View Post
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    I use a little hoisin sauce instead of soy sauce.

    https://youtu.be/DgGKulBuUs4

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    VeganEgg here. I buy it on Amazon at £4.90.Always have some. Using this afternoon in fact to make delicious banana bread.

    https://followyourheart.com/products/veganegg/

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    Just stumbled across this thread and great to see. This kinda thing on a football form a few years ago would have just been a p*** take.

    I've been veggie for about 10 years and it's incredible to see how much of progress has been made. It encourages me a lot to see non veggies involved in sharing recipes and ideas.

    Not sure if it's been mentioned before but if anyone is looking for some recipes that are really interesting and a bit different I'd highly recommend Plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi.

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    I'm only ten days in, but I've already noticed that my stomach feels less bloated, which must be a consequence of not digesting meat.
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    Jamie Oliver's new veggie cookbook (I'm sure some people find him an irritating arse, but his recipes are great) is really good. Will be making a dish or 2 from it this weekend.

    Also, agree on the point made on this thread that 5, especially 10 years ago, a thread started to discuss the merits of vegetarianism would've panned out very differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lyonhibs View Post
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    Jamie Oliver's new veggie cookbook (I'm sure some people find him an irritating arse, but his recipes are great) is really good. Will be making a dish or 2 from it this weekend.

    Also, agree on the point made on this thread that 5, especially 10 years ago, a thread started to discuss the merits of vegetarianism would've panned out very differently.
    Someone else has told me thatís very good as well. Might go and get it and try eating veggie a couple times a week.

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