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Vegetarian

Jan 12, 2010


Dave (UK)
almost nine years ago

Hey Brian, I must admit that I would never have known what a CSA was were it not for Jack Spirko\'s podcast. They sound an absolutely great idea for those that don\'t have the space to start their own garden.

Big Dave (OZ)
almost nine years ago

I loves me bacon too, and ham, but I\'m with you on the Pork. Seems to me Pork is something you do, not something you eat.

I love my burgers too, but I don\'t go along with the common Aussie trick of adding a slice of beetroot.

Here\'s a funny one though, just before Australia Day, Jan 26, the local shops start selling hamburger patties in the shape of Australia. I cooked a couple last weekend. Mmmmmmmmm Aussie burgers.

Dave (UK)
almost nine years ago

I quite fancy a \'roo burgerabout now.

Big Dave (OZ)
almost nine years ago

I could never go vegie, I need meat in my diet, just as I need vegies, and I probably should eat more fruit. I actually do physical work, lifting etc. and I\'m on my feet all day, I walk between 6 and 9 miles in an average day, then I walk the dog at least a mile after I get home. I think any food is good for you, in moderation. That\'s the key.

Dave (UK)
almost nine years ago

Goddam vegematarian. To be fair I was a tree-hugging piscetarian for about 10 years. As the name suggests i kept on eating fish, and to that I also kept eating cheese (not for the dairy thing but for the rennet used in manufacture). I loved cheese too much. It was pretty easy and I didn\'t miss a lot of food.

Pleased to say I\'ll have pretty much anything now. Loving bacon and gammon but not a huge fan of anything else pork. Lamb doesn\'t always agree with me. I can always find room for a Lincolnshire sausage or three!

Remember, chickens are vegetables too.

Re: eating out. I never hit burgers so I\'ve been spared the ammonia in the ground beef. Haven\'t had a \"chain\" burger for probably over twenty years.

Big fat juicy Afrikaaner-style burgers though...