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|>>|| No. 13810
Today I have tried the Goodfellas falafel pizza. Falafel, spinach, pepper and onions with a 'houmous drizzle' on top of a spicy tomato sauce. It doesn't really taste of anything distinctly; it's just a warm and slightly pleasant spicy mush.
|>>|| No. 13813
I've tried those and was also disappointed. Pleasant spicy mush is about right.
The Pizza Express ones are better, but at five pounds for something quite small, not sparkling good value; they're not frozen with. I must also say that Pizza Express in-restaurant vegan menu/pizzas are absolutely fantastic, but again a lot more expensive.
|>>|| No. 13814
I don't understand vegan pizza. Can you not just have a pizza marinara?
|>>|| No. 13815
I accidentally had a vegan pizza from Pizza Hut, I didn't realise the pepperphoni pizza was vegan, and the "cheese" is one of the strangest things I've tasted in quite some time.
|>>|| No. 13816
Of course you can - and there are definitely some more elaborate pizza recipes that don't have any cheese.
But some of the vegan cheeses actually melt and have the right level of "goo" when cooked, now - particularly the Pizza Express in-restaurant ones (I suspect its a lot to do with their ovens, but also because the melting-cheese recipes are just getting a lot better).
|>>|| No. 13819
>the state of him
The fat cunt does look like he drinks custard for breakfast.
I don't get why he could be so upset about it - all they've done is substitute the gelatine for something else, I bet he couldn't blind taste the difference.
|>>|| No. 13820
>I don't get why he could be so upset about it
He considers veganism an insult to his politics or masculinity. That's all.
|>>|| No. 13821
I'm sorry to be such a relentless chubby-chaser, but that headline is sexually exciting, even attached to Vanessa Feltz. If a woman is such a depraved glutton that she has a reputation for drinking frightening amounts of custard, imagine what she'll do to your cock.
|>>|| No. 13823
It's a bit odd that the majority of British women are overweight or obese, but being attracted to that majority makes you some sort of pervert.
|>>|| No. 13824
I don't mind veg-sweets but there is a noticeable difference in texture. That doesn't have to be a bad thing if its something juicy like Percy Pig but it's much more chewy, like an edible gum.
If you fancy a cunt-off then think its fucked that vegan options have become much more numerous than gluten free. If I was going to grow a topknot and drink nothing but microbrew I'd set-up a gluten-free restaurant and make a fortune off people who medically can't eat at my competitors. Let them eat cake.
I'd give 'er some burning yellow custard IYKWIM
|>>|| No. 13825
You can't have been the first person to have had that idea. I imagine there's just not enough money in it, particularly since most places have gluten-free options anyway.
|>>|| No. 13827
Fucking hell I hope I don't look anything like that in my sixties. Literally the shape and colour of gammon.
|>>|| No. 13828
Alan Brazil gets his blood pressure checked at Kwik Fit.
If it drops below 80psi, he thinks about Thatcher while eating fistfuls of rock salt.
|>>|| No. 13830
The older I get, the less tolerance for spicy food I have. Crystal hot sauce once tasted too bland and vinegary, but now it tastes alright. Plus, an almost half-litre bottle is £2.20 in my local Arab sklep, which is a bargain.
|>>|| No. 13832
Kind of close to Tabasco but more flavoursome and less vinegary and watery.
Never really enjoyed Sriracha. It would taste a lot better without all the sugar.
|>>|| No. 13833
I agree, the Goose brand stuff is also incredibly salty to the point where any heat is just filtered out.
|>>|| No. 13874
Today I have tried tried Aldi's 'no chicken' nuggets, which are part of their Plant Menu range.
When I broke into the first one I got the unmistakable whiff of a chicken nugget. The first bite tasted vaguely like a chicken nugget, but then it was... nothingness. The rest didn't taste of anything; it was just biting into warm nothingness entombed in breadcrumbs.
I wouldn't recommend these.
|>>|| No. 13875
Today I have tried the Unbelievabull Burger by The Vegetarian Butcher. It has a pleasant amount of depth and richness to it, considerably better than the ones they make for Burger King. The only drawback is the price; you're usually looking at around £3, possibly a bit more, for a couple of them. I wouldn't say one of these is three times better than a Linda McCartney mozzarella burger.
|>>|| No. 13876
I really, really, really like peas. Great vegetable.
|>>|| No. 13878
Always have them in the freezer. I would like more recipes that involve them.
|>>|| No. 13879
Peas, broccoli, cheese sauce, pesto, pasta. All the ingredients you need to make cheesy peasy broccoli pesto pasta.
Have them in a curry. Have them in a stew. Have them as a side. Put them in a samosa with mash potato, dill and a bit of spice.
|>>|| No. 13880
Last night I made some dirty barbecue burgers for me and the Mrs. Hers were veggie with Richmond non-meat burgers. Mine were meat with Morrison's "Ultimate Burger".
I have to hand it to Morrison's. Those burgers were juicy and tremendously flavoursome. It was a real rich, beefy flavour which you often simply don't get in burgers, even gourmet ones. The texture wasn't perfect, but I don't think I ever will find a burger that satisfies me in that regard.
I tried a bite of the Richmond meatless ones, and they weren't half bad actually. Definitely didn't taste quite like a burger, but the texture was surprisingly good. They could do with being bigger though.
For a topping, I fried some diced onions, along with some Linda McCartney meat-free hoi-sin shredded duck. When it was close to done I put a big dollop of Reggae Reggae sauce in to caramelise. I know this sounds like an odd combination, but the richness of the hoi-sin flavouring really goes with the jerk barbecue flavour, and makes a fantastic, near indistinguishable pulled pork substitute.
|>>|| No. 13882
I keep coming back to this post and chuckling; I hear it in a Trump voice, and then imagining he'll become a TV chef when he loses his job in 3 weeks time.
|>>|| No. 13883
Peas make me gip and always have done. I remember several screaming and smacking sessions as a kid because I wouldn't eat them.
|>>|| No. 13884
>I remember several screaming and smacking sessions as a kid because I wouldn't eat them.
I had a couple of foods like that as a kid, most of which I now happily like/eat but didn't as a kid. So glad that hitting or persecuting children over their eating habits has fallen out of fashion.
|>>|| No. 13887
I'm convinced that the Ritter business model accounts for being nice but not giving you too much for your money. This is something at my age I consciously think about when venturing into the chocolate or, more commonly, pastry aisle when I feel I've earned a treat.
If I buy something nice that is in large quantity then I will stuff it in my face in one sitting.
If I buy something okay but in large quantity then it has a chance of sitting in the cupboard for a bit. Like ginger biscuits as opposed to chocolate hobnobs.
So there you have it, ginger biscuits and Ritter Sport, good for you.
Why is everything always 'like meat'. Can't they just make it nice?
Wait until you find out what fruit and veg is made out of.
|>>|| No. 13888
Fucking wordfilter. I mean that meal replacement powder that has led to me receiving spam to my old email address about investing in the Scottish whisky and film industries.
|>>|| No. 13894
These (>>13885) were surprisingly nice. I assumed from the packaging that they came with a bit of sauce but instead it was just chunks in a 'curry marinade' that seemed more-or-less be korma paste. The only grumble I had is that they were rather dense. If I see them again in Farmfoods, particularly for 29p a box, I'll stock up but I have the feeling they're being discontinued.
|>>|| No. 13898
I've tried the Richmond burgers tonight, you can get them in Fulton's Foods two packs of two for £1, they're not bad. Definitely a lot better than their veggie sausages.
|>>|| No. 13899
I've just had chip shop curry sauce flavour Mug Shot noodles. They taste just as nice as the original curry Pot Noodle, the best Pot Noodle in my opinion, but you can get six packs for a quid.
|>>|| No. 13900
Not sure what they put in it, but the dough in an Asda pizza will slice your mouth to bits if you're not careful.
|>>|| No. 13902
Talking of stuff that's been discontinued, has anyone seen any Patak's Phal curry sauce jars anywhere? I have a feeling they're not doing them anymore because I haven't seen any in Waitrose, Tesco or Asda. I'll be annoyed if they're not doing them anymore because they were one of the only somewhat hot ones they did.
|>>|| No. 13903
I don't know why I still get excited over novelty cereal. The Sainsburys offering seems to have a good crunch but tastes exactly the same as the last years Christmas tree cereal i.e. slightly bitter cardboard. This just takes away the magic and probably leads to horrible workplace moral.
It's not hard to do right and a nice little earner if it becomes a tradition. I know I'd pay a premium once every season to have a bit of manchild excitement.
>Honey Easter Bunnies
>Chocolate Reindeer Poo
>Diwali popping spheres
As you can see this is as exciting as my weekends get.
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