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Thread: Re: How producing "ethical, zero-harm" plant food for vegans and vegetarians kills more animals than, well, actually killing animals for the purpose of eating them.

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    Jim Elbrecht Guest

    Default Re: How producing "ethical, zero-harm" plant food for vegans and vegetarians kills more animals than, well, actually killing animals for the purpose of eating them.

    Serene Vannoy <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On 01/02/2012 06:46 AM, Paul M. Cook wrote:
    >> "dsi1"<[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:4f016e9a$0$27135$[email protected]..

    >
    >>> I just think that given the choice of eating icky green goo or starving to
    >>> death, you just might go for the goo. Just remember that "SOYLENT GREEN
    >>> IS... PEOPLE!" :-)

    >>
    >> The choice between vegan food and starving to death would pose a
    >> considerably greater choice to me.

    >
    >That's such bull****. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are vegan. So
    >are fruit salad, spaghetti marinara, sorbet, baked potatoes, sourdough
    >bread, fresh summer watermelon, popcorn, gazpacho, margaritas, a ripe
    >tomato drizzled with olive oil and topped with basil and roasted garlic,
    >and on and on. SO many delicious foods.


    My daughter caught on real quick. She removed the Oreos from their
    wrapper and announced that she had purchased 'Vegan Oreos'. Her
    junk-food junkie brother left them alone. He wouldn't even taste
    them. Then she left a package out one day when he was in a reading
    mood. Ooops! They are naturally vegan. Secret's out- and her Oreos
    are evaporating again.

    Some of the best chocolates are 'accidentaly vegan'.

    I made a vegan greenbean casserole for Christmas-- and have veganized
    a lot of things that are just as good as [or better than] the
    original.

    >I'm not a vegan any more, but every time I hear someone spout this "Oh,
    >I would die rather than eat vegan food" crap, I just feel so dismissive.
    >You eat vegan food all the time. It hasn't killed you yet.


    If I could find a decent vegan mozzarella, the vegan ziti I made last
    night with vegan 'hamburger' and 'sausage' would be better, and
    healthier, than my original. I can fake the flavor of
    parmesan with nutritional yeast-- but we haven't found anything that
    melts quite like mozz.

    Jim

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    Doug Freyburger Guest

    Default Re: How producing "ethical, zero-harm" plant food for vegans and vegetarians kills more animals than, well, actually killing animals for the purpose of eating them.

    Jim Elbrecht wrote:
    >
    > My daughter caught on real quick. She removed the Oreos from their
    > wrapper and announced that she had purchased 'Vegan Oreos'. Her
    > junk-food junkie brother left them alone. He wouldn't even taste
    > them. Then she left a package out one day when he was in a reading
    > mood. Ooops! They are naturally vegan. Secret's out- and her Oreos
    > are evaporating again.


    Hydrox have been vegan forever. I was not aware that Oreos are now
    vegan. I thought they didn't use to be.

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