Vegan Food and Irreverent Music, All Before Lunchtime

RichardAllen

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I stalk because I love the outdoors and I am a foodie. I am pretty ominvorous from frying up warm kidneys for breakfast after a morning stalk, through to falafel wrap and occasionally deep fried tofu. Most Saturdays my daughters and I visit Stroud Farmers Market for breakfast, to meet up wiyh friends, buy the world's best olives, walnut bread and single Gloyucester cheese, and generally watch the characters go by (our new Conservative MP's badge: "Keep Stroud Weird").

Today in the square were 4 vegan popups. I prefer things to be genuine rather than copies of something else, so vegan sausages, vergan burgers and Hogless Roast (made with 'plant meat'), did not float my boat.

However "Two Broke Girls" are in a new league. Their popup had just 4 dishes on the menu with examples of each in front. I had a spicy crispy seitan sandwich with crunchy spicy slaw. I have rarely had something so completely delicious, in looks taste, texture and just fun. Food that truly excelled; certainly on a pair with my first Poulet de Bresse in Paris, and even table-prepared steak tartare near Annecy.

"Two Broke Girls" are on facebook (whateverb that is), and really worth a visit. Needless to say, my only interest in this business is a very satisfied customer.

And in these days of political correctness, how refreshing to meet a band of three ladies, and two blokes under the name of "Muddy Summers and the Dirty Field Whores" (for heavan's sake !!) busking in the high street bashing out some great tunes including "Get Off My Tits, You Moaning Old Git". They are a bit like a folk version of "Dumpy's Rusty Nuts", some on here might remember. Just marvellous.

What a good morning. And the boys are getting together with their young lads this afternoon to teach some gun safety, shooting skills and knock holes in tin cans.
 
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hunta

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Yes I agree with you. Don't knock it until you try it and I'll try most things. I do love my meat though !
 

VSS

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Yep let’s all wear tie dyed onesies ,stick a daffodil behind our ears and support veganism .
Should of marched them out the square by their ears instead of ,perish the thought ,actually tasting the stuff .Shame on you .
I don't know..... I think it's quite good to encourage veganism...... We don't want everyone to be eating animals or there might not be enough to go around....
 

RichardAllen

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Yep let’s all wear tie dyed onesies ,stick a daffodil behind our ears and support veganism .
Should of marched them out the square by their ears instead of ,perish the thought ,actually tasting the stuff .Shame on you .
I wondered when I would come of age on this forum.

At long last one of my innocuous posts has caused foxdropper to put poison pen to keyboard. I suppose we must overlook the mangled grammar and the penchant for putting space before comma or full stop, to spite years of convention, as well as the carefully cultured anonymous views.

Now I am a fully-fledged stalkingdirectory adult, maybe my .243 is not man enough and I should put in for a .308 variation, or maybe a .577 Nitro Express and go out shooting aurochs or blue whales.

Thanks foxdropper.
 

VSS

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I love all food meat, veg, salad, bread, cheese, pasta, rice etc...

What I do object to is being told what is and what is not acceptable for me to eat.

That's is why I am against vegans and veganism.
Therefore the only vegans that you need to be against are the ones that try to tell you what you should eat. ie, the outspoken aggressive "militant" vegans.
There are plenty of others, decent enough folk, who just want to get on and do their own thing and don't voice strong objections if you choose to do things differently.
Unfortunately it's the noisy ones who get the air time.
 

bogtrotter

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Therefore the only vegans that you need to be against are the ones that try to tell you what you should eat. ie, the outspoken aggressive "militant" vegans.
There are plenty of others, decent enough folk, who just want to get on and do their own thing and don't voice strong objections if you choose to do things differently.
Unfortunately it's the noisy ones who get the air time.
I could not agree more. :thumb:
 

McKenzie

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I wondered when I would come of age on this forum.

At long last one of my innocuous posts has caused foxdropper to put poison pen to keyboard. I suppose we must overlook the mangled grammar and the penchant for putting space before comma or full stop, to spite years of convention, as well as the carefully cultured anonymous views.

Now I am a fully-fledged stalkingdirectory adult, maybe my .243 is not man enough and I should put in for a .308 variation, or maybe a .577 Nitro Express and go out shooting aurochs or blue whales.

Thanks foxdropper.
As a full-fledged Stalking Directory adult it's worth exploring the 'ignore' button. It can make life a lot more pleasant.
 

paul o'

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I like meat not veg , my teeth are mostly still my own they are of the shape of a meat eater , my Son is a veggy his teeth are meat eaters he shats in a toilet and sleeps in a bed just like most ,its his choice and its his life. I'd put his shooting skills up against most .so is he a fluffy bunny lover ? books and covers spring to mind !
On the other hand and even some of the SD members could't but agree with this ?
If your alone ugly smelly and fancy dressing like a flower then go to a hippy fest your get your brains shagged out if you talk enough Bolx about saving the planet!
most are nice folks some are just fecking nuts and brain washed dumb fecks
 

Alantoo

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What I do object to is being told what is and what is not acceptable for me to eat.

That's is why I am against vegans and veganism
:) that's telling 'em!

I do hope you meant that ironically...otherwise goose and gander comes to mind...

Were you really saying it is okay for you to be against their views, but not okay for them being against yours?

Laissez-faire is meant to cut both ways I think...

Alan
 

Alantoo

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I wondered when I would come of age on this forum.

At long last one of my innocuous posts has caused foxdropper to put poison pen to keyboard. I suppose we must overlook the mangled grammar and the penchant for putting space before comma or full stop, to spite years of convention, as well as the carefully cultured anonymous views.

Now I am a fully-fledged stalkingdirectory adult, maybe my .243 is not man enough and I should put in for a .308 variation, or maybe a .577 Nitro Express and go out shooting aurochs or blue whales.

Thanks foxdropper.
I have seen you shoot...at a BDS day at Greensleeves Range, so I don't think you need any more of a man sized chambering than you had there!

And the other fantastic treat I remember at the Saturday Market in Stroud always used to be Girish's(?) vegan/vegetarian Samosas...if they are still there try one on my recommendation!

A couple of those Samosas and a Speck and Brie Baguette from the Mother Nature shop used to be able to overcome my agoraphobia for an hour!

Alan
 

reloader54

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I like meat not veg , my teeth are mostly still my own they are of the shape of a meat eater , my Son is a veggy his teeth are meat eaters he shats in a toilet and sleeps in a bed just like most ,its his choice and its his life. I'd put his shooting skills up against most .so is he a fluffy bunny lover ? books and covers spring to mind !
On the other hand and even some of the SD members could't but agree with this ?
If your alone ugly smelly and fancy dressing like a flower then go to a hippy fest your get your brains shagged out if you talk enough Bolx about saving the planet!
most are nice folks some are just fecking nuts and brain washed dumb fecks
:rofl:
 

Scotty99

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:) that's telling 'em!

I do hope you meant that ironically...otherwise goose and gander comes to mind...

Were you really saying it is okay for you to be against their views, but not okay for them being against yours?

Laissez-faire is meant to cut both ways I think...

Alan
I don't tell them what to eat and what not to eat, that's the difference.
 

foxdropper

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I wondered when I would come of age on this forum.

At long last one of my innocuous posts has caused foxdropper to put poison pen to keyboard. I suppose we must overlook the mangled grammar and the penchant for putting space before comma or full stop, to spite years of convention, as well as the carefully cultured anonymous views.

Now I am a fully-fledged stalkingdirectory adult, maybe my .243 is not man enough and I should put in for a .308 variation, or maybe a .577 Nitro Express and go out shooting aurochs or blue whales.

Thanks foxdropper.
Ah I see the balls have dropped mate ,welcome to adulthood and it’s benefits .
If grammer is all you’ll ever pick me up on then perhaps one has been retained .
If supporting veganism is innocuous,considering they are our anti christ then maybe your time would be better spent weaving daisy chains rather than discussing hunting on a hunting forum .
Oh and .243 ok mate ,until the other drops that is .
Hope grammer was ok ,if not ",*’£.....()
 
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Alantoo

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I don't tell them what to eat and what not to eat, that's the difference.
Ah right, you didn't mean it ironically.

So what exactly is the difference? I am intrigued.

According to your statements both parties would appear to feel entitled to pass judgement and are driven to proselytise.

Maybe I misunderstood....How does the implied evangelism of your "I am against vegans and veganism" actually manifest then if you don't tell vegans what they should and should not do or believe? Is it confined to declaring your opposition to their views on here, a forum of meat eaters?

How is it different philosophically from the vegan credo "I am against killing animals and eating meat"? The evangelical element notwithstanding.

Alan
 

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