We have logic

Join a laid-back, close-knit community of mixed interests Get a free account!

  1. Vegetarian and Vegan thread!

    #1151272018-11-02 09:26:13c1arcy said:



    Well, point of this thread is I wanna see how many of us here are non-meat eaters and how long they have been?

    Just to raise a discussion about it basically.

    How long have you been veggie/vegan What made you decide to stop eating meat Do you have any good veggie meal ideas


  2. #1151302018-11-02 11:14:03Coldu said:

    I have always disliked eating meat and I reaallyy love animals, but I wouldn't call myself strictly a vegetarian. I still eat meat when I visit my family, I don't want to be picky when it comes to the food. But as long as I'm by myself, then I don't really touch any meat products.

    Some good veggie meals I know are... Lentil! I love cooking lentil, it's literally sooo tasty. It's a bit tricky to make it but once you get the hang of it, you'll love it.

    Oven-roasted potatoes are amazing too, I totally love them, also with some boiled veggies * - *

    Pasta with cream sauce, garlic, mushrooms and corn is also preeettyyyyy goooodd, I usually make this with my best friend.

    I also make pancakes very often, my flatmates love them and I enjoy making them, so it's a win-win!

    My best friend knows how to make amazing pea stew, and even more amazing spinach stew, so I'm truly blessed to have friends who are also versed in vegetarian recipes, haha.

  3. #1151902018-11-09 09:35:16Coldu said:

    I have a wonderful idea! We can use also use this thread to post pictures of any vegan/vegetarian food we made. :) I'm planning to make some lentil these days, I really miss it. Maybe we could also post the recipes on how we make them, if we're not too lazy, haha.

  4. #1151992018-11-10 11:56:31DictatorHilton said:

    Strictly pescetarian since January but I generally just eat lacto-ovo veg! Just like @Coldu said lentils are the best. Easy to cook and versatile, not to mention really inexpensive. I've been dabbling into meat-substitutes like quorn, oumph! and whatnot for a few years but nowadays I find that cooking with just greens is easier. But my love for quorn when I first started eating less meat was seriously unparalleled

    Gotta do something for the environment bramskis

  5. #1152142018-11-11 01:36:30 *--Jack-- said:

    Okay I'll be deleting all these meat posts because you're all fucking up an otherwise straightforward thread.


    I'm not even vegetarian and I know how to be civil...
  6. #1154572019-01-18 00:57:06wanderlust said:

    Ever since I started running and doing yoga, I've been eating more veggies and less meat. (I had a point in my life where I tried to substitute meat for veggies).