Peanut Butter: Crunchy or Smooth?

Crunchy or Smooth?


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suspendedreason

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a childhood staple, still enjoy them once in awhile.

@IdleRich: while I still eat meat, I swore off foie gras years ago (not that I ever had it more than a few times anyway). I know it's an absurd distinction, killing an animal is wrong either way, but FG just crosses to cruel/gross line for even me. there are high-end restaurants here that use it as an ingredient in their $50 burger, probably pretty awesome but I just can't do it.
who's veggie around here? @luka or was he pullin my leg?
 

Leo

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wife's veggie and she cooks, so I've probably eaten 95% veg during coronatimes and maybe 75% under normal circumstances when we'd go out to dinner.

daily lunch is hummus on two slices of whole wheat toast, handfuls of baby carrots and baby tomatoes, a few cucumber slices and maybe a few pickled peppers if I have 'em. literally every day.
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Just ate sweet melon with salt in fact. To be honest it was way too salty cos I mixed up the plates and put double on one and none on the other...
 

suspendedreason

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wife's veggie and she cooks, so I've probably eaten 95% veg during coronatimes and maybe 75% under normal circumstances when we'd go out to dinner.

daily lunch is hummus on two slices of whole wheat toast, handfuls of baby carrots and baby tomatoes, a few cucumber slices and maybe a few pickled peppers if I have 'em. literally every day.
ah that sounds fantastic, I'm gonna have to pick that habit up
 
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suspendedreason

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do you guys have Impossible Burgers? all my meat-eating friends (begrudgingly) admit they're nearly indistinguishable

EDIT: right, you're an American @Leo ! Pick one up at your supermarket
 

suspendedreason

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I'd send ya one in the mail except they gotta be refrigerated, but I think most big grocery chains these days stock the Impossible Burger patty meat, I get them at my America's Foodbasket, and seen em at Food Bazaar, Pioneer grocery, etc
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Some discussion here I think

 

luka

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The original and vastly superior Vegeburgers thread

 

Leo

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do you guys have Impossible Burgers? all my meat-eating friends (begrudgingly) admit they're nearly indistinguishable

EDIT: right, you're an American @Leo ! Pick one up at your supermarket
I've had the Beyond Meat brat sausages and they are quite tasty and meat-like, even greasy when you fry them up.

we probably had this discussion already on those other threads but I know vegetarians who have no interest in veg burgers that emulate meat. they don't want to eat something that's identical to something that grosses them out, prefer a well-seasoned veg or bean burger that's it's own thing.
 
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