A Vegan thread for bobukcat & bloodflow

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A Vegan thread for bobukcat & bloodflow


By RandomGuyOffCL

10 months ago



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    #301 9 months ago
    Quoted from gweempose:

    I was in Los Angeles last week

    Shoulda hit me up, mang!!!

    Quoted from vicjw66:

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    And our pizza is better here too. I was not at all impressed with your deep dish pizza, nor New York's cardboard pizza. Our food is awesome.

    Deep dish is the best. Masa in Echo Park makes legit Chicago deep dish - they import the water so they can make the dough right! And - they do a vegan version!!! It’s so amazing. The tomatoes are so sweet and fresh, and the crust is perfect.

    Actually, all pizza is pretty f-ing good. It’s pizza!!!!

    #302 9 months ago

    I have gone to Blaze several times now after being vegan. They have vegan cheese, but I much prefer their pizza's without any cheese at all. I have to say that I am really surprised by how good a pizza can still be without any cheese. Whoda thunk it?

    #303 9 months ago
    Quoted from RobT:

    I have gone to Blaze several times now after being vegan. They have vegan cheese, but I much prefer their pizza's without any cheese at all. I have to say that I am really surprised by how good a pizza can still be without any cheese. Whoda thunk it?

    Before all the vegan cheeses came out, I was doing cheese-less pizza all the time. Sometimes I'd put dollops of hummus on it...hummus is a pretty decent cheese replacement if you don't like vegan cheeses.

    #304 9 months ago
    Quoted from Rarehero:

    Before all the vegan cheeses came out, I was doing cheese-less pizza all the time. Sometimes I'd put dollops of hummus on it...hummus is a pretty decent cheese replacement if you don't like vegan cheeses.

    I skip cheese all together. Rice flour crust with tons of vegetables, don't miss the cheese at all. To me, dairy is like sugar. Once your body abstains from it for a while, it almost becomes sickening when you try and eat it again.

    This is no coincidence.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/28/well/live/colon-and-rectal-cancers-rising-in-young-people.htmlhttps://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/28/well/live/colon-and-rectal-cancers-rising-in-young-people.html

    #305 9 months ago

    Fun fact: the whole salad dressing market is biased off the fact that people don’t like the taste of veggies.

    #306 9 months ago
    Quoted from Luckydogg420:

    Fun fact: the whole salad dressing market is biased off the fact that people don’t like the taste of veggies.

    IMO the only foods that don't need some sort of seasoning are fruits.

    #307 9 months ago
    Quoted from Luckydogg420:

    Fun fact: the whole salad dressing market is biased off the fact that people don’t like the taste of veggies.

    Quoted from mcluvin:

    IMO the only foods that don't need some sort of seasoning are fruits.

    Maybe if most salads weren't mostly iceberg lettuce and had other things in them with some flavor people wouldn't need as much or any salad dressing.

    #308 9 months ago
    Quoted from Luckydogg420:

    Fun fact: the whole salad dressing market is biased off the fact that people don’t like the taste of veggies.

    That’s like saying the BBQ/Teriyaki/Marinade/Any-sauce-ever market exists because people don’t like the taste of meat.

    #309 9 months ago
    Quoted from girloveswaffles:

    Maybe if most salads weren't mostly iceberg lettuce and had other things in them with some flavor people wouldn't need as much or any salad dressing.

    I use spring mix greens. Not a fan of iceberg lettuce. Feta cheese, sliced almonds, and berries help a lot with flavor and texture without adding too many calories.

    #310 9 months ago
    Quoted from mcluvin:

    I use spring mix greens. Not a fan of iceberg lettuce. Feta cheese, sliced almonds, and berries help a lot with flavor and texture without adding too many calories.

    Iceberg is worthless.
    Zero calories, but no fiber, no vitamins and NO FLAVOR! I'll take Romaine, endive, spinach or as you said mixed greens any day of the week over iceberg.

    #311 9 months ago
    Quoted from mcluvin:

    I use spring mix greens. Not a fan of iceberg lettuce. Feta cheese, sliced almonds, and berries help a lot with flavor and texture without adding too many calories.

    Baby Arugula FTW!

    #312 9 months ago
    Quoted from Rarehero:

    That’s like saying the BBQ/Teriyaki/Marinade/Any-sauce-ever market exists because people don’t like the taste of meat.

    Touché. I’ll give ya that...just a little light hearted conjecture.

    #313 9 months ago

    I thought this was funny - Edward James Olmos went to Vinh Loi Tofu 3 times in a row this week!!! The owner keeps posting pics lol.

    If you’re ever in Reseda, CA, Vinh Loi is one of my all time favorites! Vegan Vietnamese.

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    #314 9 months ago
    Quoted from Rarehero:

    I thought this was funny - Edward James Olmos went to Vinh Loi Tofu 3 times in a row this week!!!

    Lieutenant Castillo must really like Vietnamese food.

    #315 9 months ago
    Quoted from gweempose:

    Lieutenant Castillo must really like Vietnamese food.

    You mean Gaff does.

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    #316 8 months ago
    Quoted from jwo825:

    The millennials that I work with say something often, and it's actually something I can agree with them on. They are fond of saying, "You do you and let me do me".

    Knowing Millennials they were probably talking about sex.

    #317 8 months ago
    Quoted from arcademojo:

    Knowing Millennials they were probably talking about sex.

    Millennials don't talk about sex.

    #318 8 months ago
    Quoted from arcademojo:

    Not sure how you figure that. I’m a meat eater and damn proud of it. I’ll have my once a week juicy hamburger and my once a week dozen of hot wings. And my daily portions of chicken. Although I do think being a vegan is an extreme I also like to try different foods and listen to what others think. Actually tried my first almond milk last night and decided to ad a daily salad to my diet just from reading this post.

    WOW! 63 days since I've last been on this thread. I'm now dairy milk free. It's Almond milk all the way. And an evening salad with a fruit to go with. Dropped another 10 pounds. Total weight loss has been from 205lbs down to 160lbs in the last year. I'm 5'8" and still want to lose 5 more pounds down to 155. Been close to hitting at 157 but been drinking too much beer.

    #319 8 months ago
    Quoted from RobT:

    Millennials don't talk about sex.

    That was my point.

    #320 8 months ago
    Quoted from arcademojo:

    WOW! 63 days since I've last been on this thread. I'm now dairy milk free. It's Almond milk all the way. And an evening salad with a fruit to go with. Dropped another 10 pounds. Total weight loss has been from 205lbs down to 160lbs in the last year. I'm 5'8" and still want to lose 5 more pounds down to 155. Been close to hitting at 157 but been drinking too much beer.

    Congrats! That last 10% of weight is a bitch to lose. I really have to increase my activity level to do it.

    #321 8 months ago
    Quoted from arcademojo:

    That was my point.

    Your point was that Millennials don't talk about sex by saying that they were talking about sex?

    #322 8 months ago

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    #323 8 months ago
    Quoted from RobT:

    Your point was that Millennials don't talk about sex by saying that they were talking about sex?

    Exactly.

    #324 8 months ago
    Quoted from mcluvin:

    Congrats! That last 10% of weight is a bitch to lose. I really have to increase my activity level to do it.

    Tell me about it. I lost about 30 lbs in the first 4 months by just changing my diet. Cut out all junk food, fast foods, and cut down on calories. Next 5 months was up and down from 170 back to 180. Stayed up and down in that 10 pound range. Switched to eating a salad and a peace of fruit in the evening and that helped push me down to 160. Now I'm stuck between 158 and 163. Never did any kind of exercise routine but work at a physically demanding job. I feel much better with the weight loss. Fit into clothes I haven't been able to wear in years.
    Funny because this was supposed to be a joke thread but really help me out with my weight loss goal.

    #325 8 months ago
    Quoted from arcademojo:

    Funny because this was supposed to be a joke thread but really help me out with my weight loss goal.

    Congrats man...never would have expected someone to say this

    Joke thread yes, but I’m serious about the issue...at 40 115/75 @ 150lb I’m feeling The best I have in over 20 years...down from 210lbs w/pre hypertension

    Keep up the good work

    #326 8 months ago
    Quoted from RandomGuyOffCL:

    Congrats man...never would have expected someone to say this
    Joke thread yes, but I’m serious about the issue...at 40 115/75 @ 150lb I’m feeling The best I have in over 20 years...down from 210lbs w/pre hypertension
    Keep up the good work

    Wow, congrats! I went from 216 to 179 a few years ago, and I'm back around 200 right now...150 seems like it would be IMPOSSIBLE! Next week I'm gonna get "back on the wagon" (daily exercise, cutting out sugar, cutting back on carbs/processed stuff) and try to get back into shape again.

    #327 8 months ago
    Quoted from Rarehero:

    Wow, congrats! I went from 216 to 179 a few years ago, and I'm back around 200 right now...150 seems like it would be IMPOSSIBLE! Next week I'm gonna get "back on the wagon" (daily exercise, cutting out sugar, cutting back on carbs/processed stuff) and try to get back into shape again.

    Thanks!

    Wrench back on your sugar and about 15lbs will melt off...stop drinking your daily calories or at least make sure no drink exceedes about 30...and avoid diet drinks altogether...water for the win!!!

    Chips (my weakness) and breads etc. should be at a minimum...

    Combine that with just brisk walks around the neighborhood enough to get your heart rate up and when your endurance starts to build, start jogging a bit.

    #328 8 months ago
    Quoted from RandomGuyOffCL:

    Combine that with just brisk walks around the neighborhood enough to get your heart rate up and when your endurance starts to build, start jogging a bit.

    I like cycling. Easier on the joints.

    #329 8 months ago

    I took a bicycle ride to my old high school yesterday. It would seem that my rep as a bitchin dude has faded some.

    #330 8 months ago

    Where's the good vegan food at up in pinburgh?

    #331 8 months ago

    And if the ice cream man hits your block...call 911 immediately!

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    #332 8 months ago
    Quoted from RandomGuyOffCL:

    And if the ice cream man hits your block...call 911 immediately!

    There are actually some decent low-calorie ice creams now. I really like the Publix house brand low-calorie stuff. If you like peanut butter, but don't want the calories. PB2 is a low-calorie peanut powder you can add to things for flavor. I like to add it to vanilla ice cream or Greek yogurt for a nice dessert.

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