Re: Baby-making

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Date: Wed Sep 20 2000 - 20:16:49 PDT

I'm with you, Jeff. I'll try anything. And I'll also agree that it's a
pain in the ass to hang out with vegans. "Wait, did you cook meat in that
pot? No? Never???" heh. But, I tell ya, ain't nothin so good as food
that's cooked out in the woods and out on the road, so I might be biased
about the taste of vegan foods. I am also lucky enough to be one of the
many adopted by the lady down the street who owns the health food store,
so I get discounts on all kinds of stuff, beans, grains, nuts, rice milk,
vegan cheese, mmmm. (: One thing I noticed about eating with vegans is
this: It's a whole lot like going to eat with someone from another
country. Sure, some of it won't strike ya just right, but some of it,
WOW. BTW, if anyone wants to try some good vegan and vegetarian food for
free, go to your local krishna temple. (:

 "A civilized society is one which tolerates eccentricity to the point of doubtful sanity."
          -- Robert Frost

On Wed, 20 Sep 2000, Jeff Bone wrote:

> Vegans.
> Those are people from the Vega star system, right? ;-)
> Sheesh.
> I'll eat *anything.* *Anything.* Grilled larva? Bring it on! Looed duck
> tongues! Yum, but kinda tedious to eat. I'm the guy that lives to order the
> freakiest thing on the menu. Bring on the culinary adventure.
> I've got friends that are Vegans, and while I can't comment on the nutritional
> aspects, etc., lemme say they're some of the biggest pain-in-the-ass people I
> know to try to get together with socially. So many constraints.
> Also, once upon a time I tried "facon." That was the worst stuff I've ever
> tasted, no kidding. It had this weird, greasy, faintly chemical smell / taste
> that sort of "stuck" in my mouth and nose and made me vaguely nauseated for
> hours.
> jb

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