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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Philfy Vermin » Wed Aug 14, 2013 7:31 pm

what role am i in, and how are my cummmmivaghit skulds bnotbjljl?
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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Dixon Cider A.C. » Wed Aug 14, 2013 7:36 pm

He meant Kyle I think.

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Dick Dynamite » Wed Aug 14, 2013 8:08 pm

Whatever! The Nazi basard is picking fights with everyone! Asians, Phil, its all the same to a bigot like tartanperil!

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Dixon Cider A.C. » Wed Aug 14, 2013 8:14 pm

Yo tartanperil did mouseball hear about punkas from you while you were all smoking crack with your neonazi pals

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Philfy Vermin » Wed Aug 14, 2013 8:19 pm

haha fuck
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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Tartanperil » Wed Aug 14, 2013 8:23 pm

Dixon Cider A.C. wrote:Learn to take a joke cunt.

Oh akaxo was making a joke - I must have somehow missed the funny bit or the cue that differentiated it from thoughtless whiny you-mentioned-an-Asian-negatively-so-you-must-automatically-be-racist stupidity. Silly me.



Philfy Vermin wrote:what role am i in, and how are my cummmmivaghit skulds bnotbjljl?

Yes, Dixon's right, I meant Kyle doesn't have the communication skills for the role he's in - have you read his press releases? :lol:

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Rabooyah » Thu Aug 15, 2013 6:57 pm

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Dixon Cider A.C. wrote:Learn to take a joke cunt.

Oh I have thoughtless Asian-negative-racist stupidity.
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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby PertHJ » Thu Aug 15, 2013 8:11 pm

Is this just a random list of things you will be incorporating into recipes and things?

I assume the target audience isn't going to know fuck all about cooking, so I'd hope you are going to elaborate on things like "Vinegars and pickles added can lift a dish".

I can't even imagine what I might have done in first year with sage advise like that
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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Dick Dynamite » Thu Aug 15, 2013 8:40 pm

Spaghetti bolognaise with gherkins.

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Tartanperil » Fri Aug 16, 2013 2:30 am

Rabooyah wrote:<putting words in Tartanperil's mouth with a fake quote that is either a joke that Tartanperil doesn't understand or is jumping on the bandwagon of unexplained racism accusations>
Tartanperil wrote:Oh I have thoughtless Asian-negative-racist stupidity.

Did you actually read my posts? :roll:

To clarify: I have no problem with Asian people, and I welcome their immigration here. I have no problem with Asian people who immigrate here not knowing any English; that's fine. I have no problem with Asian business owners not knowing a word of English; if that works for them it's none of my business. I do however get annoyed with any people in customer service roles who do not have the skills/ability to answer reasonable questions - be that because they don't know enough English (and I'm not for one second suggesting that all Asians can't speak adequate English. Obviously.), because they are mute, because they did too much acid in the '60s and can only say the word 'wibble', or because they are simply too stupid to know the answers. I couldn't give a fuck what their skin colour is, I just want an answer to my reasonable questions about something I'm about to put in my body.

Please feel free to educate me what the racist bit is. Seriously? Because all I'm seeing here is precious you-mentioned-an-Asian-person-negatively-so-you-must-automatically-be-racist logic fail.




Anyway, on the takeaways cooking vege food in oil that's had animal cooked in it thread - randomly I tried Pita Pit tonight as it's new to town, and without prompting when I ordered vegetarian I was offered it be done on the microwave or on the hot-plate and she went out of her way to point out that the hot-plate had just be cleaned and was thus free of animal fats. Nice.



PertHJ wrote:Is this just a random list of things you will be incorporating into recipes and things?

No, it's a cookbook with recipes. This section is simply the handy tips for vegetarian cooking section.

Thanks to all who contributed.

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Postby akaxo » Fri Aug 16, 2013 5:47 am

at the least has to be nz first's sole voter under 65 in dunedin?
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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Dick Dynamite » Fri Aug 16, 2013 5:56 am

I used to not think tartanperil was racist... But gette so defensive...

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Tartanperil » Fri Aug 16, 2013 9:42 am

Yeah, I'd apoligise for not finding false accusations of racism funny, but you know, it's not. In fact I find it mildly upsetting.

I note that not a single one of the knee-jerkers above has in any way been able to say what I said was racist. I will genuinely change my mind if it can be explained why my attitude is racist. But yeah, I think they made assumptions from my comments that aren't true.


Bolognaise with gherkins - yum, I indeed do this. Capers as well. Good tip.

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Dixon Cider A.C. » Fri Aug 16, 2013 2:33 pm

Might be time to give the old vents a dust out Hando.

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby mmmm....good crack » Fri Aug 16, 2013 2:53 pm

No one thinks you're a nazi bro. Relax champ.
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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby akaxo » Fri Aug 16, 2013 3:08 pm

just when i thought i might have found someone to trade nsbm mp3s with :(
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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Philfy Vermin » Fri Aug 16, 2013 4:53 pm

Tartanperil wrote:
Rabooyah wrote:<putting words in Tartanperil's mouth with a fake quote that is either a joke that Tartanperil doesn't understand or is jumping on the bandwagon of unexplained racism accusations>
Tartanperil wrote:Oh I have thoughtless Asian-negative-racist stupidity.

Did you actually read my posts? :roll:

To clarify: I have no problem with Asian people, and I welcome their immigration here. I have no problem with Asian people who immigrate here not knowing any English; that's fine. I have no problem with Asian business owners not knowing a word of English; if that works for them it's none of my business. I do however get annoyed with any people in customer service roles who do not have the skills/ability to answer reasonable questions - be that because they don't know enough English (and I'm not for one second suggesting that all Asians can't speak adequate English. Obviously.), because they are mute, because they did too much acid in the '60s and can only say the word 'wibble', or because they are simply too stupid to know the answers. I couldn't give a fuck what their skin colour is, I just want an answer to my reasonable questions about something I'm about to put in my body.

Please feel free to educate me what the racist bit is. Seriously? Because all I'm seeing here is precious you-mentioned-an-Asian-person-negatively-so-you-must-automatically-be-racist logic fail.

obviously has a deep seated hatred of all things asian
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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby akaxo » Fri Aug 16, 2013 5:21 pm

bet he won't put noodles or stirfry recipes in the cookbook because they're asian
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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby PertHJ » Fri Aug 16, 2013 5:58 pm

Tartanperil wrote:
PertHJ wrote:Is this just a random list of things you will be incorporating into recipes and things?

No, it's a cookbook with recipes. This section is simply the handy tips for vegetarian cooking section.

Thanks to all who contributed.


Ok, well if it's for uni students I'd still suggest elaborating on/dumbing down some of the language - unsure if I would have had any idea what "Wilt a few chopped up spinach leaves into each meal" meant...or what to do with a statement like "Don’t use more water than necessary when boiling".

Also, it seems like most of these tips are exclusive to vegetarians...just sayin'
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Postby Dick Dynamite » Fri Aug 16, 2013 6:27 pm

The gherkins in spaghetti was supposed to be an example of the horrific things young first time chefs might produce with these til... O_o


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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby PertHJ » Fri Aug 16, 2013 6:33 pm

Tartanperil wrote:Bolognaise with gherkins - yum, I indeed do this. Capers as well. Good tip.


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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Tartanperil » Fri Aug 16, 2013 9:29 pm

akaxo wrote:bet he won't put noodles or stirfry recipes in the cookbook because they're asian

Yeah it was a stretch finding enough sauerkraut recipes to fill it with.


PertHJ wrote:Ok, well if it's for uni students I'd still suggest elaborating on/dumbing down some of the language...".

Then clearly they're genetically stupid and their gene pool deserves to die out from starvation.


PertHJ wrote:Also, it seems like most of these tips are exclusive to vegetarians...just sayin'

I know, right? You'd almost think this was the tips for vegetarian cooking section of the cookbook being discussed in a vegetarian forum thread. Weird eh. ;)

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Philfy Vermin » Fri Aug 16, 2013 9:42 pm

Tartanperil wrote:Then clearly they're genetically stupid and their gene pool deserves to die out from starvation.

woah, woah, calm down there joseph goebbels.
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Postby mmmm....good crack » Fri Aug 16, 2013 9:50 pm

what the hell man? I was defending you, you're on your own now.
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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby Dick Dynamite » Sat Aug 17, 2013 12:18 am

Ok whew. Tartanperil is finally in on the joke. These fascists and their lack of humour...

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mmmm....good crack wrote:what the hell man? I was defending you, you're on your own now.

As Superhands would say "You can't trust people. People voted for Hitler, and people like Coldplay."

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

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Tartanperil wrote:
PertHJ wrote:Also, it seems like most of these tips are exclusive to vegetarians...just sayin'

I know, right? You'd almost think this was the tips for vegetarian cooking section of the cookbook being discussed in a vegetarian forum thread. Weird eh. ;)


I was supposed to have written NOT exclusive to vegetarian cooking.
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Postby Tartanperil » Sat Aug 17, 2013 2:17 pm

:lol:

Yes, the last tip in the "normal" cooking tips section indeed says 'also see the vegetarian tips section' with a big friendly arrow directing them across the page - us vegetarians have to be skillful at propaganda as well as being nice to our dogs.

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Re: Tips for tasty cheap vegetarian cooking for cookbook?

Postby dustbinflowers » Sat Aug 17, 2013 4:44 pm

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dustbinflowers wrote:Amazing treats to wow your friends: fresh dumpling wrappers from Asian groceries (in the fridge next to fresh tofu and noodles). Chop up mushroom, garlic and cabbage finely, mix in a bowl with a glug of soy sauce. Put a small amount on one half of a dumpling square. Wet edges and fold diagonally. Press edges to stick together. These can be deep or shalloy fried or steamed, eaten by themselves or with soup. Play around with fillings- kumara and sundried tomato, or try chopping mock meats. They also freeze well, and win at pot lucks.

Might steal that for a recipe if you're ok with that please?



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