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Old 21-10-2013, 07:10   #31
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Oh, yum! Thanks. I love tomato soup. I bet this would be great with pan toasted croutons. I will give it a go next time I hit a grocery and can find tomatoes. Wonder how well it would work with tinned Roma tomatoes? I don't keep tins of much, but tomatoes are a good staple.

PS I am not a vegan either LOL, I just run out of stuff occasionally and vegan recipes are always so useful when that happens .

We will currently be away from shops for the next 2-4 weeks and although I have stocked up on eggs and cheese and yoghurt, we are bound to run out of something beforehand. Meat will be out of the question during that time (no freezer on board and I think tinned meat products are yuk).
Actually Lassie, a vacuum packer is one ting I will never get rid of on the boat. Meats last a long time if vacuumed, not to mention sauces, veggies etc.
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Wouldn't you say the good lover bit makes up for it though?
Guess you've never been 'Dutch Ovened'.....
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And, according to 9 out of 10 cannibals, they taste good too; which is why I want to follow a strict vegan diet, and eat only vegans.
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Old 21-10-2013, 08:05   #34
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And, according to 9 out of 10 cannibals, they taste good too; which is why I want to follow a strict vegan diet, and eat only vegans.
This is sort of like:

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"Do you like babies and small children?"


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"yes - preferably grilled, but fried or baked are also good"


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I am a quasi vegan that loves the sea. I think this makes some sort of a proof.

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Hi Lass, here is my aloo recipe..

Take 500g of new potatoes and cook them through by steaming, boiling or microwaving. When cooked set them aside and allow to dry for a few minutes.

Heat a pan or wok and add a spoon of oil, a finely chopped red onion and a chopped green chili. Fry for a few minutes. Add one tsp of turmeric and mix well then add the potatoes. Add a spoon of tomato puree, half a tsp of cinnamon and a little water to stop it getting dry. Just before serving add a tablespoon of chopped coriander and mix well in then serve.

Some red or yellow peppers can also be added to give a nice splash of colour. Also adding lime instead of the splash of water can be interesting.
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Vegans do not live longer it just seems longer.
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I'd like to especially thank Seaworthy for the excellent recipes ( and the other contributors too ) great thread and yummy


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I see the word "vegan" a lot on this forum. Are people using it as short-hand for "vegetarian", or do they mean the real vegan experience?

Vegans don't use milk, eggs, leather, silk, honey, wool etc...

It's not just a diet, it's a lifestyle that uses absolutely no animal derived products, and I believe many (most) people use the term incorrectly. I've got no problem with vegetarians, but vegans are a little nutty in my omnivorous opinion.

I've known quite a few vegetarians who call themselves vegans, but upon questioning, I've found that they had no idea what a vegan was.
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I see the word "vegan" a lot on this forum. Are people using it as short-hand for "vegetarian", or do they mean the real vegan experience?

Vegans don't use milk, eggs, leather, silk, honey, wool etc...

It's not just a diet, it's a lifestyle that uses absolutely no animal derived products, and I believe many (most) people use the term incorrectly. I've got no problem with vegetarians, but vegans are a little nutty in my omnivorous opinion.

I've known quite a few vegetarians who call themselves vegans, but upon questioning, I've found that they had no idea what a vegan was.
I am using the term 'vegan recipes' as recipes including no animal products.

The word 'vegan' does sadly seem to be viewed as a dirty word . Where is our tolerance? . Your description of vegans as being "a little nutty" is probably a view very commonly expressed. In fact "nutty" is probably one of the kinder words I have heard LOL.

Personally I am not vegan or even vegetarian, although animal products (particularly meat) feature minimally in my diet particularly since I commenced cruising six years ago. As animal products generally have a shortish shelf life (unless frozen, vacuum sealed or heat preserved), when cruising it is extremely useful having a raft of recipes that does not utilise them.

When I have run out of certain fresh stuff, I have started modifying old recipes and searching for new ones that are easy to make on board to try and keep our meals both balanced and tasty. The purpose of this thread is to share 'tried and true' favourite recipes that do not include animal products (whether cruisers are deliberately avoiding them for whatever reason, or simply temporarily do not have access to them).

There are absolutely delicious alternatives to meals made with animal products if we can just take off our blinkers and remove the prejudice associated with the term 'vegan'.

I have not started this thread to argue the merits of a vegan lifestyle, simply to enable us to share our favourite 'animal product free' recipes .
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Here's a good link from a cruiser blog, I've been following for some time and her and her partners vegan / vegetarian cooking.

http://www.worldtourstories.com/sear...Vegetarian?m=1
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Here's a good link from a cruiser blog, I've been following for some time and her and her partners vegan / vegetarian cooking.

Vegetarian | WORLD TOUR STORIES Alex and Taru sailing around the world.Travel blog. Lifestyle blog. Sailing blog.
Me too (And isn't Taru stunningly beautiful!!!)
This blog may go a long way to getting rid of some of the prejudice associated with a non animal product diet.
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beans give me a lot of gas but so does beer and that never stops me from drinking it. and i like fish and chicken too much to be a vegan
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This blog may go a long way to getting rid of some of the prejudice associated with a non animal product diet.
Perhaps the ying to this yang would be a thread on venison or moose preparation?

Or the Newfies preferred exotic meal (seriously... I have the recipe) seal flipper pie.
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Maybe they make good lovers, but the flatulence after, and sometimes during...eeew.
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