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O.T. What are you eating? (AKA the burrito thread)

Old 11-08-17, 06:02 PM
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I highly recommend the Beyond burgers they are quite tasty but if you aren't into the whole meat flavor thing I would make a homemade veggie burger instead. These are pretty darn close according to friends and I have one friend who recently went vegan who is an addict. Gardien makes great stuff as well. Fry up some Fishless Filets with a touch of yuzu and mirin serve on a flour tortilla with your favorite toppings and you got some good eating.

Last night I had Dan Dan Mian and some of the best scallion pancakes you will ever have. So so good.

Thanks. I am going to look for them. Not sure any of our stores sell them.

I don't think we get the Gardein fish. I'll look.

Tonight its baked potatoes.
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Old 11-10-17, 04:39 PM
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Thanks. I am going to look for them. Not sure any of our stores sell them.

I don't think we get the Gardein fish. I'll look.

Tonight its baked potatoes.
They are getting more popular but still limited distro, I know some places that carry Beyond products but not that specific burger.

Baked Potatoes are good, heck any potatoes are usually pretty good.
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Old 11-11-17, 09:30 PM
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Had pasta tonight. Cooking Navy Beans and rice tonight to eat tomorrow, have to travel on Sundays.

I'll be near a large Whole Foods and a Trader Joes tomorrow. I hope to check them for vegan food.
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Brussel sprouts roasted in avocado oil and garlic. Well scorched.
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Brussel sprouts roasted in avocado oil and garlic. Well scorched.
You get extra credit points for this.


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Old 11-12-17, 08:48 PM
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Homemade pickled egg this morning...
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You get extra credit points for this.
Agreed. Gotta scorch 'em.

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Homemade pickled egg this morning...
On the other hand, no extra credit for this.

For me it's some magical homemade chicken soup.
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Old 11-22-17, 12:50 AM
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Vegetable and gnocchi stew with a tomato and roasted red pepper base. Carrots, celery, diced and grilled onions and peppers, white beans, garlic, basil, oregano, and some crushed red for heat.

The naturally occurring starch that bled out from the gnocchi thickened the liquid to a delightfully dense and velvety smooth texture.

Just a wisp of Parmesan on top.

Multigrain rolls on the side.


*** All veggies chopped into large chunks cuz I don't dig dainty food.
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Today its more baked potatoes. I eat them a lot because they cook without me doing anything.

I apparently missed out on my usual Gardein Holiday Roast this year, the stores are all sold out. For Thanksgiving we're going to have mashed potatoes and vegetables. It will be a home work day anyway so we won't have time for anything else.
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Today its more baked potatoes. I eat them a lot because they cook without me doing anything.

I apparently missed out on my usual Gardein Holiday Roast this year, the stores are all sold out. For Thanksgiving we're going to have mashed potatoes and vegetables. It will be a home work day anyway so we won't have time for anything else.
Damn that sucks. I would invite you over to my big feast but alas I have little space and too many people to fill it. I kept getting calls and emails this week of friends asking to invite other friends that I forgot or didn't have contact info for.

I always liked the sides anyway hence why I am making 4 sides. Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean Casserole (with homemade mushroom soup) and mac and cheese, all vegan of course and all delicious.

Tonight though I had vegetable korma and Aloo Ghobi that I didn't make because I was too busy cooking and prepping other stuff.
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Biscotti made by the monks at the Trappist monastery here in Georgia.

http://www.holyspiritmonasterygifts....uctinfo/BISC4/

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Home made SHRIMP fajita burritos. With extra RICE and CILANTRO.
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Afternoon snack: tangerines, soy-cured egg yolk on baguette.



Wife is working late, so dinner for one: dried squid in pepper sauce, kimchi, stir fried baby anchovies, rice with cured egg yolks.

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Wife is working late, so dinner for one: dried squid in pepper sauce, kimchi, stir fried baby anchovies, rice with cured egg yolks.
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Breakfast prepped in advance of a long ride planned for tomorrow.

Baked avocado with ham, egg and cheese.

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These weren't smoked all day like proper barbecue, but for something I threw together after work, they were pretty damn good.
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I had some homemade Corn Chowdah! It was cheap and tasty. Plus I had all the ingredients which is a plus since I need to go food shopping.
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Been playing with a food dehydrator.

It is a little bit tedious but the product is really good once you get the hang of it.

Zucchini has a surprisingly intense flavor. Oranges are probably my favorite. I dried some a cut up lemon - super intense to the point of being almost inedible. Raisins are unlike any I've had.

Going to do some hot peppers and experiment with jerky.






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I think I need to get a dehydrator. My kids love that kind of stuff, but it's expensive in the store (and usually has added sugar). We got my 7 year-old a juicer for Christmas and she thinks it's the coolest.
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I had an Excalibur dehydrator but ended up giving that to some friends who got married because sadly I didn't use it but once. I really wanted to us it more but just never really had the time.
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I had an Excalibur dehydrator but ended up giving that to some friends who got married because sadly I didn't use it but once. I really wanted to us it more but just never really had the time.
The Excalibur's are super nice. That's a really nice gift.

It does take time and now I know why doing it in big batches makes sense. I work from home and so have the time during the week.

The problem is snacking on the stuff before it is fully dried. By the time everything is done I've eaten half the product.




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I think I need to get a dehydrator. My kids love that kind of stuff, but it's expensive in the store (and usually has added sugar). We got my 7 year-old a juicer for Christmas and she thinks it's the coolest.
It will teach them patience.


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