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The rise of the vegans.

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  • not sure if anyone has mentioned this but if you are missing a half time pie, pukka now do vegan pies

    https://www.pukkapies.co.uk/vegan-chicken-mushroom/ 
    It sounds nice, but I do wish they wouldn't call it vegan chicken. I guess they're trying to appeal to the people who want a 'meat like' replacement for meat.
     That's exactly it, people who want to do the right thing, but want things that are comparable to what they know. 
  • not sure if anyone has mentioned this but if you are missing a half time pie, pukka now do vegan pies

    https://www.pukkapies.co.uk/vegan-chicken-mushroom/ 
    The Ginster Quorn pasty is really good too.
  • not sure if anyone has mentioned this but if you are missing a half time pie, pukka now do vegan pies

    https://www.pukkapies.co.uk/vegan-chicken-mushroom/ 
    I’ve tried the ‘mince’ and onion one and it wasn’t too bad. The pastry was a bit flimsy though so not sure I’d feel that confident of eating it a game what with the chance of structural collapse.
  • Definitely couldn't eat the vegan pukka pies at a game pastry isn't chewy enough, I think they're great though. Texturally the chicken one is excellent.
  • Stig said:
    Made this for dinner. It was lovely.  https://www.connoisseurusveg.com/vegan-irish-stew/
    I see it uses nutritional yeast flakes. I’ve just this week bought them for the first time. They actually taste sort of cheesy. Good to see a recipe using them!
    Is that the Energevita yeast flakes?  I use them on my protein porridge in the morning along with other seeds/nuts.  Adds a fantastic nutty/cheesy taste - has transformed the plain porridge
  • CafcWest said:
    Stig said:
    Made this for dinner. It was lovely.  https://www.connoisseurusveg.com/vegan-irish-stew/
    I see it uses nutritional yeast flakes. I’ve just this week bought them for the first time. They actually taste sort of cheesy. Good to see a recipe using them!
    Is that the Energevita yeast flakes?  I use them on my protein porridge in the morning along with other seeds/nuts.  Adds a fantastic nutty/cheesy taste - has transformed the plain porridge
    The one I found is called BOSH. I'm putting it on all sorts of things now. Not sure I could handle savory tasting porridge!
  • CafcWest said:
    Stig said:
    Made this for dinner. It was lovely.  https://www.connoisseurusveg.com/vegan-irish-stew/
    I see it uses nutritional yeast flakes. I’ve just this week bought them for the first time. They actually taste sort of cheesy. Good to see a recipe using them!
    Is that the Energevita yeast flakes?  I use them on my protein porridge in the morning along with other seeds/nuts.  Adds a fantastic nutty/cheesy taste - has transformed the plain porridge
    The one I found is called BOSH. I'm putting it on all sorts of things now. Not sure I could handle savory tasting porridge!

  • CafcWest said:
    Stig said:
    Made this for dinner. It was lovely.  https://www.connoisseurusveg.com/vegan-irish-stew/
    I see it uses nutritional yeast flakes. I’ve just this week bought them for the first time. They actually taste sort of cheesy. Good to see a recipe using them!
    Is that the Energevita yeast flakes?  I use them on my protein porridge in the morning along with other seeds/nuts.  Adds a fantastic nutty/cheesy taste - has transformed the plain porridge
    The one I found is called BOSH. I'm putting it on all sorts of things now. Not sure I could handle savory tasting porridge!

    You have a filthy mind Mehmet!!
  • CafcWest said:
    Stig said:
    Made this for dinner. It was lovely.  https://www.connoisseurusveg.com/vegan-irish-stew/
    I see it uses nutritional yeast flakes. I’ve just this week bought them for the first time. They actually taste sort of cheesy. Good to see a recipe using them!
    Is that the Energevita yeast flakes?  I use them on my protein porridge in the morning along with other seeds/nuts.  Adds a fantastic nutty/cheesy taste - has transformed the plain porridge
    The one I found is called BOSH. I'm putting it on all sorts of things now. Not sure I could handle savory tasting porridge!
    Ha ha...I'll check out the Bosh one.  There are 2 types of Engevita - the 'natural' one with the blue label - says savoury but not spicy savoury and works well on porridge - more nutty than anything.  There is a 'proper' savoury one that I haven't tried yet.
  • Seaspiracy has just turned the wife off sea fish.

    That's fish off the menu, something I'm happy with as I don't love it.
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