Skip to comments.How to do Christmas as a VEGAN: FEMAIL shares the best roasts, (tr)
Posted on 12/11/2017 3:49:10 AM PST by Oshkalaboomboom
Christmas in Australia is a time of presents, beach swims and of course, the never ending spread of food. But not everyone wants a slice of ham.
Australia is now the third-fastest growing vegan market in the world, according to Euromonitor International.
FEMAIL has rounded up the best food options that people can bring to the table to satisfy the vegans in their life.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
Not my idea of a Christmas dinner but if being a Vegetarian is your thing here's to a Merry Christmas. These aren't recipes but items you can buy online, heat and serve.
My Vegan Roast Recipe?
Start with a 6 Pound Prime Rib Roast....
Thanks for posting this... Just had my first Vegan Thanksgiving and ready for my first Vegan Christmas.
My body could not be happier!! Lost 40 pounds and my heart is in BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
If they really want a cruelty-free holiday, do NOT come to my house.
I have five children who are skinny as rails and eat like it was their first meal in a week.
Plus the discussion usually revolves around church activities and how did we cook the meat, so I am sure the snowflakes would have plenty of reason to be mad.
My vegan roast recipe:
Start with 1 vegan. Season to taste and roast thoroughly.
Tastes like long pig.
My future DIL is vegetarian. A piece of cake compared to finding food for my vegan niece to eat. Jeeze.
I’m a “Biblical” eater....I use the phrase, “And a voice came to him, Arise, Peter, kill and eat!” as my reason....when God tells me to eat meat, I listen.....if only I was a better listener in other areas....Praise Jesus and His Gift of Salvation!
It kind of negates the argument that veganism (or vegetarianism) is somehow natural or healthy, when people eating that way pay high prices for foods that are heavily processed to resemble meats. Id rather just go for the minimally processed meat.
And I question the cruelty-free claims. To feed vegetarians or vegans takes up more prime crop land, and all of that soil preparation and other tasks done to raise a crop destroy habitats and kill small animals.
You enjoy it. As you can see from reading this thread there are people who would make fun of your lifestyle but I've never seen anyone go batsh#t crazy over people eating vegetables like the ones who think eating meat is cruel. To each their own and a Merry Christmas to all no matter what's on your table.
Isn’t it curious how “vegans” always seem to look like the survivors of the Burma Railway!
And I'm exactly that and have been since childhood.I've always loved beef,chicken,pork,lamb,various vegetables,various fruits,various grains and certain dairy products.
Two of my sister in laws are vegans. One of them is perhaps 280lbs. I don’t get it. The other is overweight, but not that much.
lol, and this clip from Everybody loves Raymond
Not only do they look like survivors of Auschwitz but they are uniformly the crankiest, out of sorts, people you hope never to have to spend any time with.
hey vegans- why miss out on the fantastic taste of meat? There is a new meat substitute called ‘the impossible burger’ which is beign served in paul and mark wallburg’s restaurants and it’s claimed to be nearly impossible to tell that it’s strictly veggie burger-
Here’s the link to the advert for it=-
folsk are ravign about it i guess- I aint a veggimite- but I’d try it-
Humans evolved to be carnivores. Meat was the primary factor in the development of the brain. (Google confirms.)
If they choose to do this, OK, but don’t tell me what to do.
Stand in front of a moving bus.
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