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Aldi are doing 120g dark chocolate easter bunnies for 69p.
Not sure but there's a couple of words with 'z' rather than 's' so probably American yeah.
The author links to this article that explains that statement.
Excerpt from a longer article titled 'Organic isn't vegan'
I think the vegan ethos of not using any animal products can seem rather simplistic and dogmatic but the universal truth is that whenever animals (or parts thereof) are 'used' it's never for their...
You'll be pouring something seriously hot in to them anyway so it'll sterilise itself mostly.
Ingredients: (Makes ~1kg/2lb)
175g Malt Vinegar
25g Tomato Puree
Tags are too subtle imho but the other two are both good.
If prefixes were used there could be a few, [Recipe - Starter] [Recipe - Main][Recipe - Dessert][Recipe - Side] etc?
Or perhaps use...
I was going to post a recipe on the forum but after browsing to the appropriate sub-forum I realised that there was nothing to differentiate the recipes in that section from general discussion...
On white bread (obviously)
I have to disagree with that, you really only need to drink when you're thirsty.
If it's leaving you hungry then it's obviously not all that healthy is it! :)
Try more beans/nuts/seeds. Houmous is always good.
You had me worried for a moment there.
Click 'dietary information' and it says they are suitable for vegans.
Falafel, houmous, tahini & pickled chillies.
These are on offer at tesos rignt now, two big bags for £1, they're really good....
Get the following error when trying to do a second search within the 10 second wait limit.
Did it in a breadmaker, think it was probably roughly 600g flour 300g water 50g oil 6g yeast 6g salt.
Why have loads of pics suddenly got huge in this thread? I had to shrink a couple of mine that...
I think they're generally vegan, I know M&S ones are.
I requested a review of their analysis on mcafee, did you try that?
Says I have a banned IP. Seems they 're so concerned with security that they've banned everyone from accessing it.
Actually it looks like it was an address used by a company called simtel that...
Salad; Couscous, black lentils, quinoa & pecan nuts with a lemon & allspice dressing on watercress, rocket & baby spinach wrapped in an iceberg lettuce...
Hemp seed roly-poly bread. It's very nice but the seeds are a bit loose in it, the next one I make is going to have pickle instead.
Iceland have some, 12 for £1.50. Bit small though.
They do, it's a legal requirement to list those as allergens on the labelling.
Baked bean pizza.
As I always say; There's no RDA for nuts & seeds.
Mushroom stuffed with spinach, onion, garlic, mixed seeds and spices.
Lettuce, avocado & tomato salad topped with a waldorf salad of celery,...
Griddle them. Any other method of cooking is wrong. You can put them in stews and stuff, but only after you've griddled them.
Works ok for me
I don't know what this is, a giant bread scone? Bread cake maybe. Anyway, it's tomato, sage and garlic flavoured.
On the rare occassions that we use mince we just use the dry stuff from holland and barrett, just need to add some stock to rehydrate it.
The comments on that article are sad.
Gazpacho soup (cucumber, tomato, garlic, olive oil, cider vinegar) topped with diced cucumber and avocado and basil tulsi, with a drizzle of olive...
Nah, redwoods fish cake and tesco potato waffle, not even Birdseye.
Rice stuffed tomato, flavoured with peas and carrots and stuff.
So, you're saying I'm immortal?
Fishless cake & potato waffle on top of mushy peas, topped with fresh chives.
Home made tartare sauce (mayo, gherkin, capers,...
Hacking is not a good method of campaigning.
It's a funny word
This strudel is really good, only £1 at the moment too. There's actually two strudels in the pack, each half the length of a normal one.
Strudel strudel strudel.