A colleague and dear friend of mine asked me about groups related
to Vegan Cooking. I didn't know of any such groups, but
thought I'd share some of my vegan cooking experiences.
Vegan eating can be very healthy, I understand and after trying it I thought I'd share this with my dear friends.
Catching a vegan is not at all difficult. Simply go to a park or stand
out side of a food co-op and set up a snare trap, using a piece of tofu
as bait. You should catch a good sized vegan in about an hour or so.
Preparing your Vegan is also easy. Some are drinkers, so if you get 'em
good and lit first, the rest is easy. From here, if you follow any
basic butcher's method for preparing a cow or pig, it's about the same
except for the arms, which can be cut more like the wings on a chicken.
Follow any of your favorite beef or chicken soup and stew recipes,
using the vegan as the meat. Like a cow or chicken, vegans are
herbivores so the meat is good and tender.
1 Large onion, mince
3 tblsp of minced garlic
1 stalk of celery, finely chopped
salt and pepper to taste
8 oz can tomato sauce
1 cup green peas (frozen or fresh)
1 cup chopped carrots
2 tblsps of gluten free corn starch
1 lb of chopped vegan
16 oz can of pinto beans
cup of noodles or rice
Sorry, everybody it's been a long week...:-)
"Something on my plate besides the lemon shoulda had parents.'
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