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- Fri, 10 Apr 2020 17:54:28 EST QQsjVjIw No.161545
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I'm gonna post my vegan food and try to keep up with inquiries if there are any to show you guys that vegan food can be dank
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Paul Thalamas - Fri, 10 Apr 2020 17:57:01 EST QQsjVjIw No.161547 Reply
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>>161545
This was crispy buffalo tofu it was crunchy and had a flavor profile similar to like diced chicken in stir fry
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Paul Thalamas - Fri, 10 Apr 2020 17:58:29 EST QQsjVjIw No.161548 Reply
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>>161545
Here we had my comfort food feast, hand mashed potatoes with vegan butter and seasoning, green beenz and some vegan chicken nuggies
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Paul Thalamas - Fri, 10 Apr 2020 17:59:42 EST QQsjVjIw No.161549 Reply
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>>161545
Here was some spaghetti with nutritional yeast to supplement, super cheesy
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Paul Thalamas - Fri, 10 Apr 2020 18:04:38 EST QQsjVjIw No.161552 Reply
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>>161545
This was my egg scramble with peppers, fake egg and other stuff
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Paul Thalamas - Fri, 10 Apr 2020 18:06:28 EST QQsjVjIw No.161553 Reply
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>>161545
This was a fake cheese, rice and chicken nuggie burrito
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Pierre Gagnaire - Fri, 10 Apr 2020 18:27:34 EST 8jhkEV17 No.161554 Reply
none of this looks dank, just passable. good effort though
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Andrew Zimmern - Fri, 10 Apr 2020 19:49:13 EST DiLHS8i0 No.161561 Reply
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yeah all of this looks pretty unappetizing bromo. not vomit inducing though - but then you took care of that with the word "nuggies". fuck you.

also there's plenty of good vegan food out there that i've had and the only thing all good vegan food has in common is that it doesn't try to imitate meat. lentil stews, veggie stir fries, all the billions of things different cultures have done with chickpeas - try checking those out instead of making dinner with weird looking/tasting imitation glop. this especially grinds my gears with tofu. people around the world have been doing delicious shit with tofu for centuries. why you gotta try and make buffalo wings out of it? like check out this vegan mapo tofu:

https://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1017358-vegan-mapo-tofu

or a vegan broth that puts bone broth to shame:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKgYRtHwJ28
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Paul Thalamas - Fri, 10 Apr 2020 19:57:16 EST QQsjVjIw No.161562 Reply
>>161561
I've made soups with vegan bouillon I just haven't taken pictures of everything I've made over the years. I also make non imitation food occasionally but most people's gripe with vegan food is that it's not the same as most classics so that's what I was kinda getting at but I see your point as well. I'll try harder for ya
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Cyril Lignac - Fri, 10 Apr 2020 20:02:53 EST DiLHS8i0 No.161563 Reply
>>161562
well one exception: portobello burgers. mushrooms are basically meat anyway so if you get a big enough honker i think they make a pretty great substitute for a beef burger.

sorry i came in so hot, a ton of my vegan friends aren't very good cooks and are always serving up imitation stuff which like you said some people prefer (i guess just cause it's more familiar?), but I like to see veg used for stuff maximizing everything that makes it so great aside from meat, yknow? you know.

I look forward to seeing other stuff you cook.
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Alain Ducasse - Thu, 30 Apr 2020 22:19:14 EST QQsjVjIw No.161744 Reply
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>>161545
gonna post the chili I made, and the seitan chicken nuggies I'm in the process of making, I followed the recipe of Bob's Red Mill TVP Homestyle Chili, and it turned out really good i just added extra spices cause 3 aint enough
heres the chili,
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Alain Ducasse - Thu, 30 Apr 2020 22:27:08 EST QQsjVjIw No.161745 Reply
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>>161744
heres the recipe, I also added extra great northern beans, extra seasonings were mustard powder, cumin, paprika, garlic salt, onion powder, turmeric, black pepper, and cayenne pepper and red pepper flakes for extra kick
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Alain Ducasse - Fri, 01 May 2020 00:33:10 EST QQsjVjIw No.161752 Reply
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>>161545
The seitan chicken nuggies turned out fantastic and I fried some with sweet and sour sauce to make popcorn "chicken" and this was so close in taste to it that id say theyre identical
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Hiroyuki Sakai - Sat, 02 May 2020 13:31:03 EST 1KVuzpzr No.161764 Reply
>>161554
>>161561
I think it might just be the lighting, it all looks like he's taking pictures of his drugs in a house that he's squatting in.
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Nicolas Stohrer - Tue, 05 May 2020 06:52:31 EST EX+sflJp No.161775 Reply
>>161764
Yeah. Lighting, and he's not being fussy with the plating/presentation

I think it all looks dank, OP.
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Bernard Loiseau - Tue, 05 May 2020 15:50:44 EST iJRtdZqx No.161783 Reply
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>>161545
That looks aight. But it'd be better with steak.
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Alex Guarnaschelli - Tue, 05 May 2020 16:53:37 EST 9Ewzx4SG No.161784 Reply
>>161783
FUCK that looks so good usually do dirty nachos but fries looks 中中中中中
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Ina Garten - Thu, 07 May 2020 04:55:54 EST iJRtdZqx No.161793 Reply
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>>161784
This is a cali staple, beautiful product of the millennial "melting pot generation". Mexican restaurants are every where, show them these pics and let them know it will sell. Product of the state that put pineapple and ham on a pizza lol
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Mr_Shawmeen - Thu, 07 May 2020 08:29:25 EST yjJJSioh No.161794 Reply
>>161793
That's no a simple cali staple, it's just basic ass beaner food. Asada or carnita fries are hella common everywhere. It's one of those things like pulled pork nachos that just happens to pop up wherever. If you ask me it's a bit heavy. I like to take my meats like that and lay them on a bed of hearty greens like a cabbage slaw dressed light with lime, cilantro, and olive oil them top with cotija serve with some nice warm tortillas.
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Ina Garten - Thu, 07 May 2020 11:39:16 EST iJRtdZqx No.161795 Reply
>>161794
>it's just basic ass beaner food. Asada or carnita fries
you won't find it in Mexico or lower
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Louis Eustache Ude - Fri, 08 May 2020 13:37:58 EST DiLHS8i0 No.161805 Reply
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Heres how the coq au vin turned out last night. I overreduced the sauce a bit but it was still so damn good. And the green beans were the most perfect Ive ever gotten them. This was on my list of things to use my homemade chicken stock for, which I think was the best batch Ive ever done. Very unctuous and tons of gelatin. Ive got one jar of it left (a little more than 2 cups) - what should I do with it next.

I also think I may go in a different direction with this dish next time. I know for true coq au vin its supposed to be a braised dish, stained with the wine - but I think it comes out basically just being tender chicken in a red wine reduction, maybe I can make essentially the same thing without pouring in an entire bottle of wine.
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Louis Eustache Ude - Fri, 08 May 2020 18:27:34 EST DiLHS8i0 No.161808 Reply
>>161805
Posted this in the wrong thread obvs. Ive asked the mods to delete. Nb
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Mr_Shawmeen - Sat, 09 May 2020 09:22:48 EST +cI1UvZo No.161811 Reply
>>161795
That's not totally true, the basic concept of carne asada or carnitas over a starch isn't untraditional. Also, there's a lot of American food in Mexico that's gained serious footing. When I say beaner that could just as easily mean Chicano culture as well, but the nature of food and cultural diffusion in North America makes everything kind of hard to trace in its entirety. You should check out videos of street food vendors in Mexico doing unholy things with these meats, Doritos, and tons of sauces with lemon juice.
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Jean Bardet - Wed, 13 May 2020 23:10:47 EST 0bC/sF3c No.161832 Reply
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hmmmm very nice op but have you thought about making food that is good
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Mart穩n Berasategui - Thu, 14 May 2020 18:01:39 EST 2y27sdYt No.161836 Reply
>>161833I bet you call falafal wraps "meatless gyros" too
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Michel Troisgros - Thu, 14 May 2020 19:49:06 EST 1KVuzpzr No.161837 Reply
>>161836
Yeah probably, but I bet they don't have tzatziki on the side
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Guillaume Fouquet de la Varenne - Fri, 15 May 2020 17:29:19 EST HSb/wEr2 No.161840 Reply
>>161839
The most delicious thing I've ever had was ceviche in a tostitos bag like that.

Since the is the vegan thread, I guess you could do a vegan elote in a doritos bag like that.
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Cyril Lignac - Sat, 16 May 2020 00:12:00 EST QQsjVjIw No.161844 Reply
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>>161545
latest in the entry, made vegan mac and cheese using a roue for the cheese with olive oil, flour, nutritional yeast and almond milk and garlic powder and other seasonings, gonna throw some hickory smoke batter fried tofu on it for some protein
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Cyril Lignac - Sat, 16 May 2020 00:23:57 EST QQsjVjIw No.161847 Reply
>>161844
Here's the presentation since someone dinged me for ugliness
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Guillaume Tirel - Sat, 16 May 2020 03:24:46 EST 0bC/sF3c No.161850 Reply
>>161844

>>161844

If you haven't tried it you can make a sauce w soaked/blended cashews + nutr yeast for vegan mac&cheese that's super creamy
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Guillaume Tirel - Sat, 16 May 2020 03:33:42 EST 0bC/sF3c No.161851 Reply
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I almost forgot in the spirit of your thread op i will post the fake bacon I made last night from rice paper
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Fernand Point - Sat, 16 May 2020 05:35:40 EST 7smKBVuw No.161852 Reply
>>161851
I hope for your sake that you can consume some actual food soon.
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Alexandre tienne Choron - Sat, 16 May 2020 23:55:07 EST b7HvoiR+ No.161858 Reply
Why do vegans do this to themselves, why do you bend over backwards to alchemize shitty substitutes for food you're not letting yourself eat?
Give up the simulucra crutches and just make food that's actually supposed to be vegan
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Charlie Trotter - Sun, 17 May 2020 06:35:35 EST bnDwnI8O No.161863 Reply
>>161858
>supposed to be
check out this foo' an he delusions of inherent meaning
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Mario Batali - Sun, 17 May 2020 11:52:53 EST 1KVuzpzr No.161864 Reply
I wanna buy this nigga a lamp
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Martha Stewart - Thu, 21 May 2020 16:46:03 EST iJRtdZqx No.161916 Reply
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I'm not even vegan but shout out to my broke foos
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Vincent la Chapelle - Fri, 22 May 2020 14:31:09 EST DiLHS8i0 No.161928 Reply
>>161916
The best beans and rice aint vegan though. Youve gotta have that tasso or some other pork product as the base. I suppose you could use things like liquid smoke and coconut aminos to mimic it though I guess.
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Urbain Dubois - Fri, 22 May 2020 18:38:19 EST v9dareGd No.161929 Reply
>>161928

bruh

in order to love the bean, you need to experience the bean, being the bean.

you think your meat gonna improve the bean? the meat is just diluting the bean. you want bean flavor, not meat flavor. best bean taste like bean.

i like fermented black bean with red kidney bean with mushroom
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Mr_Shawmeen - Sat, 23 May 2020 11:11:20 EST +cI1UvZo No.161932 Reply
>>161929
I grew up Mexican-ish and I can say beans are bland, Bland, BLAND, FACKIN BLAND! Why else do you think beaner's have 57 bazillion different salsas? Seriously though folks if you're gonna make a pot of beans caramelize some veggies and chilies in that pot and use some kind of broth and season it to taste in the water, lotsa salt and umami. Just please don't make more bland beans and if you have canned ones you can still prepare the pot the same way add beans and cook it down a bit.
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Wylie Dufresne - Sat, 23 May 2020 22:52:23 EST +cycqM/s No.161935 Reply
>>161929
>>161932
Yeah, you're both right. Beans don't *need* meat to be good. But they're also pretty bland by themselves (like chicken breast).

For vegan beans, make sure you're adding some kind of oil, and something with umami - tomatoes and mushrooms are great. MSG on top of those is also fucking great.. For any beans (vegan or no) make sure there's enough salt, good spices, and some acidity (from tomatoes, vinegar, lemon juice, etc.). Carmelized onnions are always good. Sauted aromatics (garlic, ginger) is also good. Sometimes you want a bit of sweetness, too.

Those general guidelines apply to refried beans, baked beans, black beans for rice + beans, a bean-heavy chilli, lentils, and tons more bean/pulse dishes
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Mart穩n Berasategui - Sun, 24 May 2020 12:25:12 EST v9dareGd No.161936 Reply
So you take the fermented black bean (douchi 鞊鞊), soak it in sorghum spirit (baijiu 賡).

Then take a bit of oil, fry up some chili flakes, spring onion, garlic, until you get a golden brown.

Next up, powder some sichuan peppercorns or prickly ash. Its got a numbing tingling flavor.

Mix all the chunky bits together and saute until you boil off the alcohol, then add to a pot of oil with a high smoke point. I use canola, but peanut is good too. Speaking of which, you can also add crushed roasted peanut or sesame to this, I don't but its pretty good.

Boil away the hot oil and crunchy flavor bits, maybe add some smoked chili powder or whatever to get it to a nice red.

When it smells amazing, turn off the heat and let it cool completely. Strain and jar the chunky bits to eat over rice or whatever, use the oil for cooking anything delicious. Its vegan and it tastes better than bacon. Gauntlet thrown. Cook beans in this, you'll taste beans and delicious seasoned oil.

Cook beans in bacon grease, you'll taste pig and smoke.
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Mr_Shawmeen - Sun, 24 May 2020 14:57:27 EST +cI1UvZo No.161937 Reply
>>161936

>you'll taste pig and smoke

You say that like it's possible for that to be a bad thing.
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Lancelot de Casteau - Sun, 24 May 2020 22:49:11 EST v9dareGd No.161939 Reply
>>161937

If you love beans, why don't you love the taste of beans.

If you're using them as filler to stretch a small amount of meat, more power to you.

Me, I love beans. I cook beans that taste like beans and i eat those beans and you know what? They taste delicious, and like beans.

Beans.
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Maestro Martino - Mon, 25 May 2020 03:49:21 EST iJRtdZqx No.161941 Reply
>>161932
>I grew up Mexican-ish and I can say beans are bland, Bland, BLAND, FACKIN BLAND!

it's called salt and pepper bud, I also put garlic cloves in the pot when boiling my beans.
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Mr_Shawmeen - Mon, 25 May 2020 10:27:30 EST +cI1UvZo No.161942 Reply
>>161938
He said "It's vegan and it taste better than bacon. Gauntlet thrown." You gotta read more closely friendo, and nothing vegan will ever be better than smoked, salted(brined/cured/rubbed), and perfectly cooked pork, never ever, ever. It makes for a good seasoning, stand alone dish, or nice salty savory side, also it pairs well with sweet.


>>161941
Yeah I know but as a flavor foil they are one of the most aggressively bland foods there are. That said, they have tons of potential and their own flavor is some creamy starchy goodness but it's still pretty flat even when played up. It seems you didn't read the rest of my post.
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Jean-Georges Vongerichten - Mon, 25 May 2020 23:35:27 EST QQsjVjIw No.161944 Reply
>>161942
not true, meat itself doesnt taste good on its own the seasonings make it, and the smokiness i can simulate with liquid smoke arguably just as good, charred vegetable orotein takes on the same smokey flavor as meat
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Jean-Georges Vongerichten - Mon, 25 May 2020 23:37:15 EST QQsjVjIw No.161945 Reply
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>>161545

heres the latest, a vegan meat burger patty with fries and various condiments and seasonings
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Mr_Shawmeen - Tue, 26 May 2020 00:15:56 EST +cI1UvZo No.161949 Reply
>>161948
Heating and caramelization of globular proteins and sugars in meat can be amazing without any seasoning. You could reach poor vegan if your diet hadn't left you anemic and lacking all that tasty choline, acetyl choline, and other aminos found in red meats.
I've eaten just caramelized blood and it was fuckin awesome.
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Jean-Georges Vongerichten - Tue, 26 May 2020 00:22:06 EST QQsjVjIw No.161950 Reply
>>161949
have you ever had a beyond burger though its pretty close to meat taste to me
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Mr_Shawmeen - Tue, 26 May 2020 08:56:38 EST C/UcVTgq No.161953 Reply
>>161950
I had an impossible whopper and it was close, dare I say downright tasty, but I had an actual whopper right after it and with a palate cleanser and the whopper was still world's better. That said I'd take that plant heme burger over a turkey burger but even low grade beef I better. It's just missing something, like some sulfur-ey, bloody, globular protein-ey goodness that plants can't make within their cell walls.
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Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin - Tue, 26 May 2020 16:34:09 EST 8jhkEV17 No.161957 Reply
>>161948

not remotely the point. you said meat isn't good without seasonings. i provided counterexample of bacon.
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Jules Gouff矇 - Wed, 10 Jun 2020 10:35:23 EST oxjeKNPq No.162021 Reply
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>>161957
bacon is seasoned, though. I guess you could technically just cure pork belly and smoke it but 99% of bacon is gonna get a spice rub alongside the nitrate and sweetener during the cure.

nb because I'm being pedantic
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Rashma Beharry - Fri, 12 Jun 2020 19:14:14 EST v9dareGd No.162052 Reply
>>161957

bacon is a cured meat. it is not an unseasoned meat, it is soaked in brine before smoking, it invariably contains other seasonings.

why the fuck did you decide to come into a vegan thread swinging your dick
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Philippe Rochat - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 05:00:37 EST coNLycIO No.162287 Reply
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I have bean & pasta salad.
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Eric Ripert - Mon, 20 Jul 2020 13:37:44 EST g5Djujrl No.162328 Reply
Ive thought of going vegan but this threads gross
User is currently banned from all boards
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Mr_Shawmeen - Mon, 20 Jul 2020 14:01:22 EST +cI1UvZo No.162329 Reply
>>162328
Ehhh, it's basically joining a cult. The ironic part is if everyone in the world switched to vegan for whatever reason, morals some would say, the carbon impact would cause the extinction of thousands or millions of species.
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Fanny Craddock - Mon, 20 Jul 2020 18:28:27 EST DiLHS8i0 No.162331 Reply
>>162330
Imagine the industrial infrastructure and emissions from transport it would take to get a good diet of all non-animal products to cultures/areas of the world almost entirely dependent on animal products, like First Nations in the arctic circle or Mongolia. even if you could convince the people to do it, not a lot of vegetation grows there. you'd have to bring it to them, and that would have a major environmental impact.
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Alfred Prunier - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 02:08:17 EST ffJbNBYQ No.162334 Reply
>>162331
This isnt true we put way more emissions in freight and also refrigerants for storing meat play a role and any nation can grow a suitable sustainable flora diet this is carnist propoganda
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Jean-Baptiste Troisgros - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 02:17:21 EST za/i75MO No.162335 Reply
>>162334
When fresh produce can outlast fresh meat give me a call
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Antoine Parmentier - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 12:37:24 EST v9dareGd No.162341 Reply
>>scale factory farming then blame vegans for killing the planet.

great talking points, go make a meat thread and post in that you stumbly tumbly dickhead
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Ettore Boiardi - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 22:52:14 EST DiLHS8i0 No.162343 Reply
>>162334
yeah, /we/ do that. Not the largely animal-product dependent cultures I mentioned. The fermented mares milk Mongolians wake up with isnt the product of industrial farming and doesnt take transport or refrigeration.

Again, make that culture suddenly vegan, and /now/ you have introduced freighting and refrigeration the same way we do in nations that rely on industrial agriculture. Or you could farm all the non-animal products locally by essentially rebuilding the surrounding environment from the ground up, leading to even more widespread and chaotic environmental efffects.

My point was never that industrial livestock farming isnt a major environmental poison, but that flipping a switch and making every human vegan would bring detrimental environmental effects to cultures that are, for good reason, animal-product dependent.
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Ettore Boiardi - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 22:58:13 EST DiLHS8i0 No.162344 Reply
>>162334
>>162343
Also any nation can maintain a sustainable flora diet is patently false see plains/steppe cultures, jungle cultures, isolated/small island cultures, yeah. You cant do large scale farming in any of these climates and you cant sustain a population off whatever fruit or vegetation could be foraged, idk why you think the humans that have lived in those climates for millennia wouldnt have done that already if they could, nb
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Rick Moonen - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 23:00:02 EST QQsjVjIw No.162346 Reply
>>162343
well I'm more advocating towards privileged people going vegan and not necessarily indigenous people or islanders or off the gridders where it might make less environmental footprint to hunt or whatever but one could argue they could get protein from plants
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Mr_Shawmeen - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 00:37:28 EST +cI1UvZo No.162347 Reply
>>162346
I originally made the point because the rate at which fresh good calories break down, the cost in carbon and nutrients of preserving them, the insane carbon cost of reseeding/replanting(which is the kicker), and the cost of and effect of pesticides not to mention fertilizers as well(another big one).

Plants simply cannot match the calory density of meat and animal products. It also tends to be mostly incomplete in terms of aminos and fermented foods(which you can argue aren't vegan).
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Alex Guarnaschelli - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 08:10:32 EST ufZRNRA0 No.162352 Reply
>>162347
But the problem is that to feed animals we have to grow the crops, then feed them to animals.

Low density farming of sheep on hillsides with shallow soil, or hunting on such terrain when your population density is super low is one thing. You need some vegetables on any diet for vitamins and stuff so we're assuming any diet has enough of those and it's making the rest up we're talking here. So that also removes the low density vegetables from this equation. We're talking about getting your calories and protein with those i the bag.

To feed x people with meat you need to produce enough food to feed several multiples of x (I've seen 8 but I have no source, I'd imagine it varies but it's got to be way higher than 2 because life isn't efficient) to feed the animals to produce . They concentrate calories but they are hugely inefficient. Also if you're processing shit plants can easily exceed the density of animal products. Now if you are talking about aminos and fermented foods that is harder but not impossible and a lot of people will argue they are vegan too, I mean if you want to be a vegan for environmental or ethical reasons it's probably fine. Not that we end up stunted and sick without fermented foods, they're just good in some forms.

Also meat does not keep as well as grain, beans etc. You can preserve it and stuff but again, that's more resources. It's still not as calorie dense as pasta, beans, nuts. Meat fat alone is as calorie dense as vegitable fat but that's as dense. Not more. Everything else is easier.

And if all you want is calories you can do refined carbs. That's pretty terrible, but that's in addition to nuts and oils. Beans and rice and pasta also exceed the calorie density of all but the fattiest cuts imaginable too. And that's if you discard most of the animal because it's too lean which is counter productive. Grains also trouncing it.
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Marc Summers - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 09:20:41 EST It3C0mHQ No.162353 Reply
>>162352
>tfw you're born too early to ever eat your daily three low carbon cost nondescript nutrient blocks
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Alex Guarnaschelli - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 11:41:58 EST ufZRNRA0 No.162354 Reply
>>162353
Buy Soylent that's close enough. I'm sure there's got to be an unflavoured or particularly bland variety of it. And it's vegan.

The rest of us don't see eating as a chore and like to enjoy food, but that has little bearing on the ridiculousness of the argument that meat is more efficient, more calorie dense, keeps better or any of the other stuff mr "I put 50 pounds of muscle I never said I put 50 pounds on and it was all muscle", just vomited out.
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Rick Moonen - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 17:25:17 EST QQsjVjIw No.162356 Reply
>>162347
you do realise this isnt true right? cattle eat 10x more biomass in soy and feed that could be converted to vegetables and raw foods and grains could also be grown and then you can make protein from wheat gluten and other means like vegetable protein and all of that can actually match the calory density and exceed it per volume just based on not feeding the cattle in your scenario. Find a way around that one meathead
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Mr_Shawmeen - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 21:52:54 EST WcoDp7re No.162357 Reply
>>162354
No no no I put on nearly a hundred pounds but never said THAT was pure lean. That said I'd put money on me being stronger than 90+ percent of the population and I'd bet my life that I'm stronger than your scrawny white boy ass.
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Michael Symon - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 23:21:31 EST YNRUG5hC No.162358 Reply
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>>162357
I have the strongest bone structure of all for I am MARIN BONEY -- Kirkland & Ellis LLP
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Lucien Olivier - Fri, 24 Jul 2020 02:25:16 EST v9dareGd No.162359 Reply
you don't have to feed animals. they tend to take care of themselves if you leave them alone.
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Guillaume Tirel - Fri, 24 Jul 2020 10:09:54 EST ufZRNRA0 No.162361 Reply
>>162357
I never got the hang of cross board linking so I'll just link the topic rather than your posts. It's just the stuff at the far ends which made me chuckle at the time.
https://boards.420chan.org/ana/thread/96266
First post
>So the haters said I could not do 50 more lbs of muscle and get back to 20 inch biceps so I did in just a few months
Last post when people call bullshit on the 50 pounds specifically (the post in question is two from the bottom of the thread, 96349) you replied (newest post) to say
>I never said it was perfectly clean weight
Well yes you did. You can't even keep your story straight.

You aren't going to impress anyone with that internet tough guy shit. You talk big and constantly backtrack under pressure. Given how hard you blow your trumpet you are stronger than 99% of the population or nothing you've said is true at all.

Also your whole thing about meat being more efficient is nonsense. Lets stay on topic here. Your point was wrong in every way. Are you even as you put it, a "beaner" because you know shit all about beans?
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Mr_Shawmeen - Fri, 24 Jul 2020 20:54:37 EST +cI1UvZo No.162364 Reply
>>162361
Legumes in general I know tons about. I was an athlete all through school and an avid outdoorsman as well. You don't know my life story and I NEVER back tracked. From 185ish up to 242 that was my early twenties. Then I stopped serious training to help raise my newborn and got up to a flabby 330 then dropped back down to 270ish with a fuck ton of cardio that I VERY CAREFULLY MEASURED. Walking home from work 4 miles every day then doing 4 to 8 more uphill on a treadmill in between bouts of very heavy resistance cardio, and I was doing hundreds of pushups and minutes of planks on my breaks at work. You. Have. No. Idea. The more intense and explosive bouts of loss and growth were VERY quick but preempted by LOTS of preparatory cardio, calisthenics, HIIT and HIRT. Then feast and famine at the peak of rotating titration schedules assisted by extreme high heat training and deep cold long bouts of cardio.

For the sake of staying on topic though I did eat a lot of pintos, black beans, and lentils to more safely bulk up to 375. It's about the actually insoluble fiber, soluble fiber, and other oligosaccharides and polysaccharides in the legumes that help. Not to mention the NEED for a high fiber high cholesterol diet to make and maintain larger gains of leans mass(it's about the anabolic needs for lipids).

Quit flaunting your insecurities and if you so disbelieve me first try and train as I did. If that fails then come back and complain so I can tell you what you did wrong. I'll be around and one day I'll surface doing what I do. I'll do the Dinny Stones and as many other stones as I can and I'll do the H繳safell before I die. Mark my words boy.
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Sidoine Beno簾t - Fri, 24 Jul 2020 22:47:04 EST YNRUG5hC No.162368 Reply
>>162364
Everyone would feel more comfortable if you just stayed focused on raising your kid, nb
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Mr_Shawmeen - Fri, 24 Jul 2020 23:13:39 EST +cI1UvZo No.162371 Reply
>>162368
Damn wise words my friend, and at times he exercises with me as well. I'm trying to find the best way to bring these things together for sake of my entire family's health. We are at a rough patch right now to say the least which is usually when I make these kinds of gains just trying to cook and lift out my frustrations. It never hurts to cook a large meal for friends and family and then work out. My kid is doing fine though. He's a healthy little simian and smart too. These little shits don't realize how spoiled with tech they are. His tablet has multiple times my first pc's processing power and ram.

Now if only I could get him to love beans like I do.
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Julia Child - Sat, 25 Jul 2020 18:06:16 EST v9dareGd No.162379 Reply
Pokemon in general I know tons about. I was an gym leader all through school and an avid pokemon breeder as well. You don't know my life story and I NEVER back tracked. From 185ish up to 242 that was my early twenties. Then I stopped serious training to help raise my togepi and got up to a flabby 330 dex entries then dropped back down to 270ish with a fuck ton of gen4 legendaries that I VERY CAREFULLY FED PUFFLES. Catching pokemon 4 every day then breeding 4 to 8 more at the minder in between bouts of very heavy resistance gym battles, and I was doing hundreds of wild battles and trainers. You. Have. No. Idea. The more intense and explosive bouts of loss and growth were VERY quick but preempted by LOTS of preparatory rare candy and EV/IV selcetion, hold items, STAB and Hidden Power. Then minmax at the peak of battle league assisted by colosseum battles and deep long bouts of seasonal depression.

For the sake of staying on topic though I did catch a lot of ratatas, pidgeys, and bidoofs to more safely bulk up to 375. It's about the actually hard to catch pokemon, having a unique male/female, and other version exclusives and trading in the t2 to t3 evoltions that help. Not to mention the NEED for an early trade to make and maintain larger level gains(be careful they still obey you).

Quit flaunting your insecurities and if you so disbelieve me first try and train as I did. If that fails then come back and complain so I can tell you what you did wrong. I'll be around and one day I'll surface doing what I do. I'll do the elite four and as many other trainers as I can and I'll do the johto league before I die. Mark my words boy.
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Mr_Shawmeen - Tue, 28 Jul 2020 02:51:50 EST +cI1UvZo No.162390 Reply
>>162379
You my friend, are an artisan. In the future they will build statues of you.
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Lidia Bastianich - Tue, 28 Jul 2020 10:03:39 EST ufZRNRA0 No.162392 Reply
Fast food in general I know tons about. I was a pedophile right after highschool school and an hid a webcam in my sisters room when she had a sleepover. You don't know my life story and I NEVER back tracked. From 14 year olds up to 15 year olds that was my early twenties. Then I stopped being XXdarkedgyXX to avoid a permaban and got up to a flabby 20 chicken nuggests per day then dropped back down to 12ish with a fuck ton of chips and cheese burger "sides" that I VERY CAREFULLY MEASURED. Eating a meal for 4 every day then doing 4 to 8 more portions at my desk in between bouts of very sugary soft drinks, and I was taking hundreds of pictures of my disgusting animal feed on my breaks at work. You. Have. No. Idea. The more intense and explosive bouts of shitting were VERY quick but preempted by LOTS of perspiration, tachycardia, farting and HURT. Then feast and more feast at the peak of rotating IP schedules assisted by extreme high heat spice training and deep fried garbage.

For the sake of staying on topic though I did eat a lot of seeds to more safely bulk up to 375. It's about the actually insoluble fiber, soluble fiber, and other oligosaccharides and polysaccharides in the legumes that I avoid at all costs. Not to mention the NEED for a low fiber high cholesterol diet to perish before I'm 40.

Quit flaunting your insecurities and if you so disbelieve me first try and train as I did. If that fails then come back and complain so I can tell you what you did wrong. I'll be around and one day I'll surface doing what I do. I'll do the Kidney Stones and as many other stones as I can and I'll have bowel cancer before I die. Mark my words boy.
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Alain Ducasse - Tue, 28 Jul 2020 12:13:56 EST nVHSDmEB No.162393 Reply
>>162392
>For the sake of staying on topic though I did eat a lot of seeds to more safely bulk up to 375.

EAAATING SEEEDS IS A PASTIME ACTIVITYYYY
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Guy Fieri - Wed, 29 Jul 2020 11:16:26 EST ufZRNRA0 No.162394 Reply
>>162392
Shit, I forgot to change the name field to "Pedo goblin" or "Name Redacted"

It's all true, well except I don't know exactly how much more he eats at his desk and he mostly takes the grim pictures at home in the evening.

>>162393
THE TOXICITY OF MY DIET, MY DIET

At one point there was a bag of seeds every morning, which probably stopped him shitting his insides out.
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Ted Allen - Sat, 15 Aug 2020 01:18:58 EST QQsjVjIw No.162529 Reply
>>162527
noice I just made some tofu scramble with beans green peppers and black salt and various powders and seasonings mainly old bay and onion and garlic powder and some garlic salt. it was dank.
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Ina Garten - Mon, 14 Sep 2020 07:41:11 EST x9FLkjh3 No.162700 Reply
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https://www.goodfood.com.au/recipes/recipe-collections/50-easy-vegan-dinners-that-everyone-will-love-20200616-h1osb8

The co-founder of animal protection institute Voiceless, Ondine Sherman, shares advice from her new book, Vegan Living, on how to live a healthy plant-based life.

Going vegan, despite the effort, is a joyful and positive culinary experience. Yes, changing your tastes and eating habits can be hard, especially letting go of a few beloved dishes, but it is extremely rewarding.
User is currently banned from all boards
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Koumei Nakamura - Wed, 30 Sep 2020 18:41:06 EST d7NdC0wq No.162808 Reply
Fell off the wagon during monthly. Any suggestions for keeping the anaemia away?
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Elijah Joy - Thu, 01 Oct 2020 15:07:55 EST 9RFkOtwH No.162814 Reply
>>162809

fuck off bob, read the fucking thread title you shit stained chromosome 23 triploidy, breast feeding until you're 13, bed wetting, dirty sock sniffing, heretic bastard.

I'm your dad and I am so disappointed in you I'm coming out of the closet. Oooh Gay Dad. Now what fucko?
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Aida Mollenkamp - Fri, 02 Oct 2020 18:13:39 EST 8jhkEV17 No.162818 Reply
>>162817

you must redeem yourself by cooking a really dank dish and posting it
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Guillaume Fouquet de la Varenne - Sat, 03 Oct 2020 18:57:28 EST Ejix0Yu4 No.162820 Reply
>>162817
Dont listen to that guy I thought your post was okay
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Alice Waters - Tue, 06 Oct 2020 00:30:56 EST d7NdC0wq No.162832 Reply
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Postin for redemption.

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