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KurdishSenpai wrote:

You know if you buy a PAX you can vape your weed and it's much better for your health. Plus you save A LOT of weed because vaping is really efficient. (I'm assuming that's what you meant by heavy smoker, if I'm wrong and you meant ciggs sorry I apologize)


I was a heavy smoker of both actually. I stopped smoking weed because I can achieve a similar affect through meditation without the negative side effects. Thanks anyway though!

Anyway, we've gotten off topic.

Vegetable pho or whatever I can mix with my homemade peanut thai sauce are also go-to staples on lazy days
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Sorry My body needs too much energy.

and I would go broke trying to feed my body, unless I became a farmer and grew my own food, but then I would need a lot of land to do that. Either way you slice it... Fuck that I like to weigh over 200 Lbs, and pick up heavy things, and do physical activities that involve making gravity my bitch. No amount of veggie can sustain that hunger for power.

and don't you dare say that eating only veggies will give you more energy than meat.



Actually mate it does and this is coming from a soldier. I tried a purely vegan diet for 7 months and actually gained 15 pounds , all of it muscle. And if a soldier can do it so can a civilian like since you don't work half as hard in a physical sense as any soldier.

That being said I found it boring diet lacking variety since I was forced to eat a lot of tofu and legumes to make up for the lack of animal protein. Didn't miss cow milk since I was born with a severe lactose intolerance so I have always drank Soy and almond milk.



maybe physically your body would be *Clean* in terms of not being sluggish, but as far as energy goes overall, I still disagree, unless I had the time and money to see for myself.

Of course I'm not training to be a soldier, So in terms of endurance, yes. A vegetarian diet will substitute meat just fine while still being able to provide the necessary proteins and energy.

Boring is what we are looking for, and when we are talking about living a physical lifestyle, meat shall rule, as it provides a fuller feeling of satisfaction, and giving you that added kick veggies can't provide ( for me at least)
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plant lives matter too D=
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i literally don't eat vegetables at all

i've tried everything and vegetables taste god awful and when i just ate veggies when i was a kid i was 7 years old and literally 45 pounds, and after a while they tasted awful so i ate nothing at all

my parents were afraid that i'd die so they gave me hamburgers and shit so i've stuck with that and the fact that vegetables make you lose muscle because from then to now i've become a lot stronger than what i was

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Senstara wrote:

I've been a meat eater for as long as I've existed, had bacon every weekend. And tbh I loved it, meat is great. But recently just for the sake of trying it I've gone vegetarian for the past 2 months. And really am enjoying it, not really had any meat urges and it has made meals relatively cheap.

Also discovered figs are actually a fruit, always thought a fig was like a asparagus sprout or something. But now I've actually seen one and discovered as a result I have a fig tree.

I'd give you an idea of some recipes but to be honest, at this moment in time I don't have a favorite dish I've eaten a different dish every day for the past two months and still have loads of recipes to go through, i'm noting down ones me and my girlfriend like and will just plan to repeat them once we run out of ideas.

Then will probably go back to meat, but with a good idea of what to do for veggy sides.


Well, if any turn out really well, do share!


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plant lives matter too D=


I am Plantler! KILL ALL THE PLANTS! DEVOUR THEIR SOULS!
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Not for fun, but I've been a vegetarian for 8 years and a vegan for 1.

I change my favorite dishes like socks though. And that was not a good comparison. Food and socks. Mmm.

As with you, miso ramen is probably one of my current top candidates, although with rice noodles. And a homemade super secret recipe coconut soup. Steamed vegetables with different spices is probably in the top, sometimes with lentils or chickpeas or stuff like that. I also can't get enough of Aloo Gobi and Baigan Bharta lately. And sushi. Sushi forever. Although I don't have a rice cooker so that's always kind of a gamble.
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Remmu wrote:

Not for fun, but I've been a vegetarian for 8 years and a vegan for 1.

I change my favorite dishes like socks though. And that was not a good comparison. Food and socks. Mmm.

As with you, miso ramen is probably one of my current top candidates, although with rice noodles. And a homemade super secret recipe coconut soup. Steamed vegetables with different spices is probably in the top, sometimes with lentils or chickpeas or stuff like that. I also can't get enough of Aloo Gobi and Baigan Bharta lately. And sushi. Sushi forever. Although I don't have a rice cooker so that's always kind of a gamble.


I am going to have sushi myself tonight! Also, I have never heard of Aloo Gobi and Baigan Bharta. Are they Indian or something?
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You lucky person, you. Sushi... If I would be a zombie, I would be a sushi zombie. Brains? Pff.

Indian, yeah, they're really delicious (the dishes, not the Indians). I'll link a few recipes, in case you ever want to try them. If you like hot food then you should like them or you could just make them less hot if you don't, I bet they would still taste good. To be fair, most of the Indian restaurants that I've been to don't serve them as hot as I would like. Another great Indian dish is Chana Masala. Oh and if you like it a bit hotter then think about adding chili to your miso soup, I found it really suits it.

Aloo Gobi - http://mouthwateringvegan.com/2016/01/20/best-ever-vegan-aloo-gobi/

Baingan Bharta - http://www.veginspirations.com/2013/10/baingan-bharta-vegan-roasted-eggplant.html

Chana Masala - http://minimalistbaker.com/easy-chana-masala/
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i dont eat meat because i aint about that life fam
Posted 7/3/16
Hell no give me a hamburger
Posted 7/3/16
Nope. I don't think I could ever be a vegetarian. I like my meats. (Sounds kinda weird when I say it like that )
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