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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2008 6:03 pm 
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I've been known to eat some weird things. Let me rephrase that, I've been known to combine different things that I like and to most people it seems weird. Just for example:

I love hot sauce and cinnamon on everything!!!!
esp: plain raw tofu and oatmeal

I just had some raw broccoli and I put yellow mustard and nutri-yeast on it. Pretty darn good.

Protein pudding with raw veggies:
I make a pudding out of protein powder as discussed in the gemma post and then dip raw veggies in it (broccoli, celery, carrots).

My friend last night shot a new one at me that I need to try:
olives + chocolate + cayenne pepper

The theory goes that if ingredient A is good. And ingredient B is good. Then A + B will be even better!!

What other weird concotions do people like?


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Location: eh?
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Broccoli+nut. yeast+ mustard sounds good.

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I've dipped green onions in maple syrup on a few occasions.


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Something I eat almost daily is plain, dry oatmeal mixed with mustard, onion powder and a splash of rice wine vinegar mixed in.

As someone else said... don't knock it till ya try it ;) ;)

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kurtjs wrote:
Protein pudding with raw veggies:
I make a pudding out of protein powder as discussed in the gemma post and then dip raw veggies in it (broccoli, celery, carrots).


OMG, you just gave me a brainstorm!!!!!!

I can't thank you enough for an idea you just gave me!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I like veganaisse on my salads, I just got so tired of balsamic vinagriette

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Tofutti Cheese slice
Spicy Mustard
Relish
Michelle's Creme Cookie frosting
Ketchup


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Isn't there a disclaimer?.....veganpotter should NOT be able to post in this thread!!!!!!! :shock: :P

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2008 2:11 am 
You're correct...because the things I eat shouldn't be called odd...everyone else is odd for not eating what I eat.


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Broccoli + Peanut or Almond Butter.
Guacamole + __________

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kurtjs wrote:
My friend last night shot a new one at me that I need to try:
olives + chocolate + cayenne pepper

i don't like olives but i know that it's damn tasty to have some dark chocolate in chili con carne. might sound weird, but i love it.

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veggieprincess wrote:
Something I eat almost daily is plain, dry oatmeal mixed with mustard, onion powder and a splash of rice wine vinegar mixed in.


This sounds like something up my ally. Do you use yellow mustard? Do you think apple cider vinegar would work?


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SWEET POTATO
PEANUT BUTTER (OR ANY NUT/SEED BUTTER)
CINNAMON
HOT SAUCE

*it's sweet, salty, spicy, and savory*


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