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    realeat soya mince, made up how i like it. with onions, mushrooms, gravy and tamari, seasoned with rosemary and ground black pepper. yummo!

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    Avocado and hummus sandwiches. Its really just the avocados that are important, the rest would just give some variety with my avocado eating. Some lime juice would be nice as well...
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    chocolate and strawberry milkshakes

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    3 bean chilli with guacamole and WW tortillas

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    3 bean chilli with guacamole and WW tortillas
    Word.

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    Sticky Rice Rolls

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    does "WholeFoods" count?

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    Spinach, Watercress and Rocket Salad. Mmmmmmmmmm. With Avocado. And Chilli/Mango salad dressing. And Date/Walnut bread. And pine nuts. And Lemon/Lime/Banana smoothie to go with it...

    Though I can't quite believe I'm saying that. Me even 2 years ago would never have dreamed of writing that!

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    I'd choose artichokes for the rest of my life.
    My second choice would be pasta.
    context is everything

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    curry.

    second choice would be curry.

    third choice ... erm.... curry

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    Sorry, Aradia, Curry's off the menu.

    Pick again.

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    Sorry, Aradia, Curry's off the menu.

    Pick again.
    I demand to see the chef! I have a medical condition.

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    I can do you a bit of dry toast and water.

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    Avocado and chips ! I would end up HUGE of course !

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    i think this thread should changed to 'one food for the rest of your life and you won't gain any weight', to stop people from holding back. in which case i might choose mushroom risotto instead, with a side order of peanut butter and swedish glace for afters

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    Rosemary foccacia stuffed with garlicky roast vegetables and hummous.

    And dark chocolate for pudding.

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    roast potatoes, cheatin' beef and cabbage with gravy.

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    Default Menu of your dream restaurant?

    The Vegan Cafe of your dreams opens around the corner and obviously must have on its menu.....

    Onion Rings!
    the only animal ingredient in my food is cat hair

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    The Vegan Cafe of your dreams opens around the corner and obviously must have on its menu.....

    Onion Rings!
    I think I eat too many of these as it is! Damn Sainsbury and their vegan labelling.

    I think I'd just want a good choice of tasty, nutritious grub. Stuff I don't usually eat would be good.
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    A half pound seitan burger with plenty of fresh salad, chunky 'jacket' chips and lots of dips.

    And Pie. Plenty of Pies.

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    I like it when they have stuff that I couldn't be bothered to do myself, which includes anything deep-fried (although having said that eating much deep-fried stuff makes me feel sick ).

    One that did vegan croissants at breakfast would be good, if they could find a way to make them without hydrogenated oil or palm oil - aaargh!

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    a highly aesthetically pleasing array of cakes presented in their own special section would be fine thankyou
    ahronli sed ah dunit so thid tek thuh cheyus graytuh offa mi nihbles

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    When I first saw this thread I misread the subject title as Men Of Your Dreams

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    I enjoy a good, stodgy dessert from time to time so I'd like to see jam roly poly pudding with custard on the menu of my dream restaurant and a good choice of cakes!

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    Any great roasted Mediterranean vegetable dish, whether it be pasta, couscous or rice infused, or just a plain stack with a sauce.
    I loves me some med veg.

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    A half pound seitan burger with plenty of fresh salad, chunky 'jacket' chips and lots of dips.
    RedVeg, anyone?

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    Chips and Gravy (the northerner in me loves the thought of this)

    Avocado sushi rolls.

    Chocolate. In, on, with, around, inside etc of anything.

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    Lots of deep fried stuff ..
    Tempura (sp?)
    (good) Bean burgers
    Chocolate Fudge Cake
    Pasta
    (Well made) Chips ..
    Theres plenty more
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    Chocolate covered everything, that would be interesting....chips, musy peas, gravy...all wih melted chocolate, mmmmmmmmmmmm

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    Lots of deep fried stuff ..

    Chocolate Fudge Cake
    deep fried chocolate cake?

    Well, coming from Scotland....

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    Hehe ... *wonders what deep fried cake would taste like* .. deep fried in cocoa butter? ..
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    My heart is arresting at the thought.

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    Mash tayto!!!! No question.
    I wanna marry mash atayto

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    Rhubarb crumble with custard.

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    As it so happens, a nice fellow is opening a vegan cafe near my daughter's school here in Beijing: Asian and western food. I am making a few dishes for him to sample. So far: falafel, babaganouj, brownies, ranch dressing, pesto genovese and a chutney.

    Significantly absent from wish-lists so far is anything cheesy. ???

    and EmmaPresley, how special should the cake section be? Mirrors/glass shelves or something old-fashioned?
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    RedVeg, anyone?
    Regveg is good, but I wish they would use wholemeal buns and were less dependant on processed soy.

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    Significantly absent from wish-lists so far is anything cheesy. ???
    I can't stand vegan cheese and have given up hope of anything ever being produced that has the texture and taste of 'real' cheese so I've learned to live without cheesy.

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    I would want New York style cakes, s'mores and filled doughnuts.

    I'd also love a vegan meringue!

    ETA I can't think of a cheesy dish I miss enough really. (If this place by you is trying to appeal to veggies and omnis Pat I'd worry about using fake cheese as it will not seem realistic or tasty to them.)
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    ...filled doughnuts...
    *drools*

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    I'm just selfishly providing a few recipes to this new place so that I have somewhere to have lunch or coffee.... if omnis like it too that's a bonus.
    the only animal ingredient in my food is cat hair

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    Default Re: Menu of your dream restaurant?

    Question: If you had a vegan market/diner in your local area, would you prefer to have

    a) any/ the most popular vegan products (includes imports)

    b) only locally grown and homemade products native to the area

    c) a mixture of a and b

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    pat I obviously don't know what the make-up of your area is and whether there will be enough veggie and vegans to keep it going without the omnis but I'm always very aware of the need to make sure places have plenty of customers - so they will still be there for me to have lunch or a coffee in!! (I find it frustrating when they don't seem as worried about this as I am!)
    I've lost several local veggie restaurants and cafes because they couldn't attract enough custom to stay in business.
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    Question: If you had a vegan market/diner in your local area, would you prefer to have

    a) any/ the most popular vegan products (includes imports)

    b) only locally grown and homemade products native to the area

    c) a mixture of a and b
    Depends if it's a real diner or a fantasy one? If it's a real one then (b) would be better although I suspect you'd have to be a bit flexible as per (c). A restaurant in England that served exclusively locally-grown food might be a bit unpopular in winter as most of us can only eat so many cabbages and root vegetables...Maybe you could mark stuff according to whether it's local or not?

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    Local veg here is under poly-tunnels most of the year. The rest comes from the South. A few long-distance imports too (kiwis apples from NZ)

    There is also growing demand for organic.

    Most typical Chinese(Buddhist run) veg places are traditional mock meat style and veg is still a side dish. Ironic, ain't it?

    Customer demographic for this cafe is 20-30 yr old female Chinese office worker who is trendy and thinks vegetarian sounds healthy and less fattening.
    They haven't tried the brownies yet....
    the only animal ingredient in my food is cat hair

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    Mmm chocoreale, I realllllly want to try this!

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    Sloppy joe's
    cookie dough ice cream
    hot pretzels
    soy boy ravioli
    ...now I'm starving!

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    I am in love with these no-bake chocolate oatmeal cookies. I've only just came across the recipe so the novelty hasn't yet worn off! Just made a batch yesterday and am looking forward to having it after lunch-Yummy!
    Recipe:
    • 2/3 cup maple syrup
    • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
    • 5 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
    • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    • 1/2 cup peanut butter
    • 1 cup rolled oats
    • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    1. In a saucepan over medium heat combine the maple syrup, oil, cocoa and cinnamon. Boil for three minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and stir in the peanut butter, rolled oats and vanilla until well blended. Drop by heaping spoonfuls onto waxed paper and chill to set, about 30 minutes.
    I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best. ~Oscar Wilde

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    Nakd and trek bars! im a total addict!

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    Mmm...I love vegan cheesecake! Any flavor!!

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    For your last vegan meal what would you have? Mine would have to be Italian stuffed aubergines with kalamata olives, green salad and stovie potatoes ummm.

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