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Old 04-08-2022, 09:33 PM   #141
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Also please can I have the coronation chickpea recipe?
I'm gonna be honest, I did what I usually do which is Google a recipe to get the general idea and then wing it for the rest of time, but I *think* I used the BBC recipe, minus the raisins, because that's an actual travesty.

https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/...andwich-filler

P.S. I am very aware that as of right now I haven't found anyone else who enjoys vegan egg mayo. There are *multiple* online recipes though, so I *cannot* be the only one.

Also, can't believe I forgot to mention Marmite! Always a solid option.



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Old 04-08-2022, 09:36 PM   #142
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Thanks! If I were to hypothetically not like chickpeas (really love coronation though!!), any ideas on a substitute? :P

Also K said she would try your rotten egg mayo, so there's a half a vote for it?



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Old 04-08-2022, 09:37 PM   #143
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Well, the obvious choice is vegan chicken? Or if you did some crispy tofu?

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Old 04-08-2022, 09:38 PM   #144
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Thanks for the suggestions. However: eww to bananas and sweet sandwiches. I'm also not a fan of egg mayo (real or otherwise =P)

I used to use some of the meat substitutes actually, maybe I'll go back to them for a bit.
What about a crisp sandwich?



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Old 04-08-2022, 11:14 PM   #145
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Ehh, I'd say yes but I couldn't eat that every day.

Or marmite, yuck.

Sorry all. Suggestions are appreciated. I'm just a bit fussy =/

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What would you have for lunch if you were at home? Does it have to be a sandwich?



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Old 04-08-2022, 11:36 PM   #147
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Usually a random range of stuff! I generally won't have sandwiches or wraps at home though, just in the week because it's easy and simple. So at the moment it's houmous and lettuce in a wrap. Or falafel and lettuce. But always lettuce. I just need something else to make it taste less leafy.

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Vegan BLT? Using Quorn (or equivalent) ham?

Sorry my suggestions are so meat substitute heavy, I do have other ideas but they involve a fair amount of prep, which I know isn’t ideal.

Also for some variety would you be open to switching up the leaves occasionally? Maybe spinach or watercress/rocket?



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Old 05-08-2022, 11:40 AM   #149
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You could take the lettuce out to make it less leafy



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Old 05-08-2022, 11:41 AM   #150
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(sorry, just proselytising my anti-green stuff beliefs!)



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You could take the lettuce out to make it less leafy
Not to be political but this.

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I read it as she used the lettuce as the "bread" to hold it together so I feel like that would not work? Perhaps I misread and that is one of those weird disordered american substitution things.



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Old 05-08-2022, 07:10 PM   #153
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What a ghastly concept! I do hope it turns out to be fake news or I may need to rethink my plans to try to make friends with np!



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Haha! No the lettuce goes inside the sandwich like you would expect! Maybe I didn't word it very well.

And I like the leafy stuff. It bulks out my lunch and is probably the only green thing I eat in a day.

I'm going to change it up next week and swap back to bread instead of wraps and maybe some sort of meat substitute.

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oh good. crisis averted.



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It might be worth a try though...

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While it was certainly uh... an experience, I cannot say I would recommend it.

It has mainly been an offering at restaurants that are very meat heavy, and where your only option of vegetarian, let alone vegan options are salad or veggie burger. And for some odd reason they had yet to make any of their bread vegan, so you got your veggie burger wrapped in lettuce. Then of course they offered it as the gluten free, carb whatever diety weirdness option too.



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I've been having the vegan parmesan from ASDA pretty much daily and I love it

PS: def grated not shredded or shaved

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I am traumatized by this shaved cheese concept.



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Cheese Research

I have completed my cheese research!! Please see attached srs bsns table.

I avoided the triggering and troubling issue of 'shaved cheese'.

Thanks to Camden, Lana, Lio and Finn for providing their international expertise.

ETA: I decided that Lana just didn't know how to write her own language, so correct grob to groß when apparently she didn't make a mistake. I sincerely state my regret for this.
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