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Old 11-12-2013, 23:45   #241
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"Animal friendly recipes that rock"

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"Animal friendly recipes that rock....
...your boat.

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Old 11-12-2013, 23:50   #243
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...your boat.

Even better. "Animal friendly recipes that rock your boat". It's a start. Can we improve then?

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I think the issue for SL is she wants the words "vegan" and "vegetarian" to appear in the thread title so when people search for "vegan recipes" it will show up in a search.

Of course, *my* way - having it as a sub-thread of the "Provisions..." thread, it would be more easily 'findable' and one would not need to search.....

Let's see what happens when the mods bang their heads together. Who knows what 'sparks' might be generated...??
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Posting the photo for everyone to drool over . Britt's Zucchini chocolate cake with orange icing:
Well I never considered icing for this cake but I will have to give it a try. Amazing to see others enjoy and transform this old recipe since it comes from humble beginnings of a poor young mother living in Montana who had an over abundance of zucchini and a need for dessert.
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Posting the photo for everyone to drool over .
Britt's Zucchini chocolate cake with orange icing:
Britts???? hum..Not mine yours!!...grrrrr.....my recipe wouldn't have made runny iceing!....te..he....My recipes always turn out perfect

no no, totally my fault

Actually the cake turned out very nice even though it dosen't look so good. Next time I will leave out the sugar and maybe add chocolate froasting. I hardly ever use sugar, always honey, except when doing things for the first time. Honey is twice as sweet as sugar so you only need half the amount to obtain the same degree of sweetness and it is hydroscopic so your baked goods will stay nice and soft longer. Those benefits plus the savings of almost 50% of the carbs over sugar makes it a must use in my cookbook.
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Well I never considered icing for this cake but I will have to give it a try. Amazing to see others enjoy and transform this old recipe since it comes from humble beginnings of a poor young mother living in Montana who had an over abundance of zucchini and a need for dessert.
You can make a very delicious cake with this recipe that is low in carbs. The trick I used was to use unsweetened cocoa and 92% chocolate chocolate bits. Then if you use honey instead of sughar in the recipe you can remove another twenty five percent or more of the carbs and still have a delicious cake.
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If circumstances ever required it, I'm pretty sure a Vegan would taste better than a Non-Vegan. Likely a lot less fat & gristle. Just good lean meat devoid of preservatives!
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So if "long pig" is the omnivorous human 'meal', what do we call a vegan version?

Long lentil? Long non-meat?

Or is the difference more subtle - between "grass-fed" long pig, and "omnivorous" long pig..???

Who knew cannabalism could be so fraught with choices...?
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Ahh... long pig.

I grew up in Papua New Guinea and was in contact with people who "remembered" canabalism. It was a remarkable time, thousands of wide eyed villagers coming down from the mountains to coastal towns. Bones in noses and ears etc. Real tattoos. Teeth knocked out for ceremonial reasons. My step brothers step father was in the PNG special forces and talked about being invited to eat long pig in the Highlands in the 80's. I bet someone is still eating somebody up there. The Highlands are a mystical place... but I digress.

In any case, the story was during WW II the Japanese soldiers were preferred to the Australian soldiers, um, tastewise. We figured this was because the Japanese ate primarily vegetarian diets.
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How is "pig", of any sort, related, in any way, to vegans, of any kind, or lovers, of anyway ?
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I was specifically thinking of the no-meat recipes on this thread, but there's no reason on earth why other "stickies" could not be created for different food groups.

How about, "1001 things to do with canned meats" - which could cover corned beef, SPAM, chicken, fish....

"Boat BBQ, what do you use yours for?" Roasts, grilling fish, foil-wrapped baking, as a bread oven...

"Just desserts - sweets and puddings" - reckon this one would be popular

"Boat baking - biscuits, cakes and yummy stuff" - ditto this one

So we start a thread for each, and once there's a few recipes and pics posted, start a "stickie" under the Liveaboard section to re-post "recipes only". Winnow out the dross every few months, maybe quarterly...???
Hi Buzz
Just to bring you up to date, an assortment of threads was considered a better idea than a single vegetarian/vegan thread. Unfortunately, I just don't have the time to manage a project as big as this and other mods all have their hands full as it is.

So for now I will just keep upgrading the index and the beginning of this thread as new recipes appear.

If anyone tries any of the recipes and posts photos (and feedback), I am happy to go back and add this to the specific recipe. I think this would add to the interest.

Also, new recipes would be wonderful. Anyone have any favourite recipes to contribute?
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Is honey vegan food?? I believe it comes from farmed bees, no?

Still, way better than "ethical" vegetarians who drinks milk, and eat eggs, or farmed fish,and whatnot..

"It's wrong to hunt, but breeding entire populations who live and dies just for their products is aye'OK"??

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True ethical vegans will not eat honey, wear leather products etc etc... Im not an ethical vegan but when Im alone on the boat in my work mode i eat a vegan diet. Mostly for heart health and to avoid the chemicals in feedlot meat and meat products.
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Im always trying to avoid the grocery store when I can. Mostly because when i spend it means I have to work more. I was reading on the site eattheweeds.com and came across their seaweed section. Now this interests me. I didnt realize that most of the seaweeds such as sargassum were so commonly eaten in other parts of the world. Im definately going to try some of the recipes they supply. Do others out there harvest seaweed for consumption while crusiing?
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