Throwaway since my friends know my account.
Ok, so my roommate has this friend, lets call her Alice, that comes over a lot. Like even when my roommate isn't home. I don't mind since for the most part she is just killing some time between classes (our apartment is close to the school) and she cleans after herself so there isn't really a strain on me.
My roommate and I have a pretty liberal food rule; essentially, if it doesn't have a note, its a free for all. I have zero issues with anyone eating my food since i tend to make too much of it anyhow and often leave extra in the fridge or cabinets for anyone that wants it.
Now here is the issue; Alice is a vegetarian. She claims that meat makes her ill and that she is allergic. I take allergies super seriously, and don't mind going an extra mile to be safe. When I cook for her, I am very careful about cross contamination and even making sure to carefully soak my utensils in heavy disinfectants, not use cast irons that have had meat in... keep reading on reddit ➡
This happened back in February and I really don't think it was that big a deal, but my gf still brings it up whenever she's annoyed with me.
For my birthday, my gf offered to take me and my best friend out for dinner. She said she would pay for everything, as her treat.
Our city has a very hole-in-the-wall type place that specializes in chicken dishes and is pretty popular, and I really wanted to check it out. At first, my girlfriend was on board, but then she checked the website and Yelp reviews and found out that there was nothing vegetarian on the menu (the only two side dishes were rice and refried beans, which were cooked with chicken broth and lard, respectively). She asked me if I could please choose a restaurant that had a vegetarian option, but I said I really wanted to go to this one.
My gf and I met my friend at the restaurant and had a good time (or so I thought), but when my gf
and I got home she was in a bad mood and said it was really rude of me to pick a restaur
I'm a logger, and also broke because of the time I went on a walk with a girl and had to get married (no longer together), so I work as much as I possibly can. I thought this would be a good time to get some ideas. I'm not picky, just vegetarian, eggs and dairy are ok. I've been losing weight even though I eat a stupid amount of peanut butter sandwiches. Please, I beg of you, give me an idea that's not peanut butter sandwiches. If I eat one more peanut butter sandwich or handful of peanuts, I'm going to wake up one morning as the Planter's Peanut Man, top hat, monocle, and all.
Since covid I've not been eating much meat since I'm only eating at home and with a few exceptions I generally prefer to just make one dish that we both eat. I don't really mind not having meat but while I have the opportunity would like to cook something where the meat is a really core part of the dish, something where a veggie equivalent just wouldn't work. So what are your favourite meat dishes?
If you think you're doing a good thing when purchasing eggs from chickens that are "vegetarian fed" you are mistaken. Chickens are omnivores and LOVE eating bugs. Depriving them of that in their diet is depriving them of something essential, which in turn is depriving you of something essential.
I don't give people permission to use this anywhere. Go have your own shit family interaction and don't leech of people who are suffering.
Obviously I've posted her before about my JNSis and at this point I can't see that stopping till I move out later this year.
I want to start off this by pointing out that I don't want an argument about vegan lifestyle in the comments as tbh it's and each to their own thing.
My sister has been vegetarian and vegan several different times. This time she's stuck at being vegan for roughly 2.5 years. I have never been vegan or vegetarian because personally I enjoy being an omnivour. JNSis however believes I should eat one vegetarian meal every week. I don't enjoy vegetarian food. I never have. Even as a kid I didn't enjoy it. I ate it because I was raised in a not wasting food household.
Today's story kicked off because my parents have been trying to get us all to eat together. Having dishes that are adaptable so that everyone can the same so... keep reading on reddit ➡
I only shop at Aldi and some local vendors and can get by on about $35 a week. Not insanely cheap but I also eat a lot and use some more expensive ingredients that could be downgraded or skipped. Stuff like the soup, doughs, sauces, and salads just get made once a week on Sundays. It's not the same every day or week, but this covers 95% of what I eat. Just thought it could give someone some ideas or someone could give me some ideas!
Rice Chex or Mini Wheat with almond milk
Vanilla greek yogurt (granola, oats, fruit optional)
Snacks pre/post lunch
Bagel sandwich (either lemony kale and avocado or sauteed mushroom/onion/spinach on 2 eggs with feta)
Hard boiled egg
Cheese (some hard cheese like dubliner with wheat crackers or mozzarella with balsamic and pepper - yum!)
Hummus/salsa with tortilla or pretzel chips
Soup (usually... keep reading on reddit ➡
My friend and I are getting an apartment in our college town in a couple months and are looking for super cheap, healthy, and filling foods to keep on hand. We’re already planning on lots of rice and frozen vegetables, maybe oatmeal for breakfast. She doesn’t like beans, but I could live off of them if need be. I wouldn’t mind advice on meal planning and how to buy in bulk for two people either. Thanks in advance!
If it becomes hard to put food in the table, sure meat would be a lucrative trade commodity- but if you just want to feed your family on limited land, go vegan! (Yes, I eat meat myself, but if the SHTF I’m fine without)
How do you think your avocado toast and quinoa make it to your plate exactly? Do you know how many small mammals are poisoned per year to stop them from eating crops? Do you know how many are run over, eviscerated or decapitated by heavy machinery used for mass farming? You’re not innocent. Not even close.
Hello, I started studying abort this year and started to reduce my meat consumption. But until now most vegetarian recipes that came to my mind where Asian ones like vegetarian curry, so I thought about just asking here if any of you know some good meals.
I do feel kind of bad about this, but I was just frustrated. My daughter is 20 and been vegetarian for 2 years. Last night I was making dinner for the family and she was making her own separate meal. There was a lot going on and between the 2 of us, every burner on the stove was being used, as well as the oven itself, and the microwave. There were so many dishes and we have a tiny kitchen so we were getting a bit frustrated with each other being in each others way, admittedly particularly me.
I got so frustrated and angry at one point and said 'Guess I'll be doing the dishes. There's SO many.' She said 'I can do them. Jesus, calm down. I only used 2 dishes anyways, most of them are yours.' I finally said out of frustrated of coordinating our cooking 'You know this would all be so much easier if you just ate meat with the rest of us!"
I immediately felt bad when I said it although I didn't apologize until later when we both calmed down. All she said to me was 'You know you guys could... keep reading on reddit ➡
I ate meat until early January, and I never really got pressured by annoying vegetarians/vegans. I had a ton of vegetarian and vegan friends, and none of them ever really tried to pressure me into giving up meat. I also live in Brooklyn, so it's not like there's a lack of vegetarians/vegans anywhere lmao. The only time I can think of was this annoying high schooler, but we were in debate club so I guess it makes sense.
However, I've been a vegetarian since January 2020, and the amount of resistance people give to me is insane. I'm not a pushy vegetarian. I hardly ever mention being vegetarian, only doing so when it comes up in conversation or we're talking about food or something, and I never have judged someone for eating meat. Yet every time it's revealed I'm vegetarian people respond horribly. They'll spend ages talking about how "no no no meat is good for you" and "ohmygod I didn't think you were one of those type of people lol" and "c'mon it's just animals". Like what?? A... keep reading on reddit ➡
omg this is gonna get downvoted into hell
Vegetarians and vegans voluntarily abstain from the consumption of meat and other animal products to avoid great animal suffering and environmental pollution. People who eat meat simply ignore these problems, they know that for their meat the Amazonas is being cleared and billions of animals are badly mistreated. To say that vegans are not better people is just wrong. Also, most vegetarians and vegans say that they are not better people, but only because they are a minority. But actually everyone who gives up meat knows that he is not part of the problem.
After learning about the positive environmental impact of eating a plant-based diet, I decided to go vegan. But, since I don't always eat a rigid vegan diet, I just say I'm a vegetarian. Anyway, it feels good to know that the majority of my meals involve no animal suffering, and is good for me and the planet.
I've also taken up meditation. I am someone who suffers with a lot of anxiety, so practicing mindfulness meditation has really helped me curb the negative symptoms. I've also really enjoyed it. It is a great way to dip into the calm waters beneath the surface of my mind, and to enjoy some rest throughout the day.
My wife and I have also decided to plant a little 4x4 garden bed, so we are excited to tend that this summer.
Finally, I am growing out my hair. It is something my wife has always wanted me to do. Since we have been sheltering-in-place and she is one of the few people who sees me on a regular basis, it seemed like the perfect time. Oh, and barber shops aren't open!... keep reading on reddit ➡
I've been vegetarian for the last 6 months, and in general i did not feel any mood or energy differences from when i ate meat. The last weeks, however, i've stopped taking creatine because i was not exercising, and felt a great downgrade in my mental focus and motivation.
Thinking it was because of the lack of exercise, i resumed my exercise routine. However, my mind and focus still wasn't quite there.
This all changed this week, when i returned my creatine supplementation once again. Holy shit, the difference was noticeable. It is not like a stimullant or a anxiolitic, it feels just like a edge that stays with you for the whole day.
The weird thing is that when i was eating meat, i have never noticed a difference in mental focus and clarity with any intake of creatine. I just took it for the gainz, but if i stopped my mind would not suffer at all. Weirdest still is that i feel that vegetarian + taking creatine i'm most productive than carnivore with or without creatine (altough i w... keep reading on reddit ➡
I've been vegan almost a year now an absolutely love it for almost every reason under the sun. But I dont want to talk about that right now. I wanted to ask why so many vegans(usually online) berate and ridicule people for doing what they believe they can stand at the moment. I browse this subreddit a lot and see a lot of positivity towards all newcomers of plant based diets. But I'm curious about people who hate on people who aren't fully vegan yet. I understand that they should understand the animal cruelty and environmental impact of consuming the byproducts.. But it can be a hard transition for most people. They generally eat one or two possibly even three meals with meat a day. When they cut out meat that's 21 less meals of meat. We should welcome them and encourage them to join. Instead of turning them away with hardcore rules. It's okay to be an imperfect vegan, it's better than being a perfect veg/pisc who consumes on the daily than a slip up every once in a while.
I was a vegetarian for 3 years, and since been a vegan short over 3 years. My old sister a vegetarian for around 6 years and my youngest sister a vegetarian for around 4 years.
My parents are divorced and my sisters and I live with my dad and see my mom probably once a week. My dad has been a vegetarian for as long as I know, probably since I was 8, around 12 years but mom still eats meat (which is completely fine).
My youngest sister and I were going to my moms cottage for a week and she meal prepped us some veggie meals to bring because the meals she was planning to eat throughout the week all had meat. Probably on our third or fourth day at the cottage, my mom was making chili for dinner. My sister and I both assumed that my mother was preparing us the meal prepped chili she made us, which she told us she was. As we began eating it, we saw and tasted ground beef. We confronted her causing a huge fight to break out. Since then we haven’t talked to my mom, it’s been about 3 weeks.
We're opening a board games café in West Didsbury next month. We're also running a Kickstarter to fund some of the finishing touches, an additional staff member and some more games for our shelves. We're West Didsbury's first board games café, and quite possibily the first tabletop place in the UK that's serving only vegetarian/vegan food and drink.
The café is mainly focused on the casual crowd, and we hope we can play a small role in board games becoming more accepted in mainstream culture.
If anyone's interested, we're the bright orange place on Burton Road, that was previously a shop selling wood burning stoves. We should be open for business come July 6th, bar any disasters and look forward to welcoming you then.
If you'd like to support us ahead of our opening day, have questions or are just interested in learning a bit more about what we're doing, check our [Kickstarter](https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/goodtimegames/goodtime-games-a-board-games-cafe-i... keep reading on reddit ➡
I (25F) am currently stuck in my apartment with my 2 other roommates (Dave, 27M; Sarah 24F). We all met through mutual friends and have a good roommate relationship, we aren't close friends but in normal times we do things together occasionally.
Recently we've been sharing food costs and everyday a different roommate does the cooking and we all eat. We each have certain foods we don't like and are allowed to take a pass on that food being cooked. For one of my roommates, Sarah, she expects meat at every meal and will actively avoid vegetarian or vegan foods. It's not a health thing it's a preference thing and she has told us as much.
Well my one roommate (Dave), went grocery shopping the other day and came back with some Chorizo that I had requested for making Shaksuka. It turned out really good and Sarah expressed interest in having the meal again. She had never had Chirozo before and so she dug the wrapper out of the garbage to see what spices were in it. It's then that we found ou... keep reading on reddit ➡
We don't eat meat home, but sometimes I do order foods with meat. I love bacon and burgers and I think eating meat few times a week is good for health.
He works in governmental institute, he checks if cows or ship are kept properly. He loves animals but we don't have any at home for now, cuz we live in small apartment. He usually cooks food and he makes good meal.
Sorry all, a little rant here to the crowd that knows it. Woke up this morning with an all-too-familiar pain ramping up in my left toe.
Three weeks ago it was my right toe.
Three months before it was my left toe.
I've had gout now 7 times since I turned 30 - what a hell of a birthday gift that was. I used to drink quite heavily, however since gout, I am very moderate. I've been Vegetarian for 14 years. I suffer from very bad hypertension, but I am not diabetic.
I want to seriously give up. I'm lucky that I got laid off during the pandemic because I couldn't afford to take the time off work anymore. And who wants to burn through time off because of this shit?
I have no idea the cause of my flare ups, save for possibly weekend beers (moderate), sugar, beans or leafy greens. I also get kidney stones (I've had lithotripsy even), so I'm already on a low oxalate diet. Could it be the fact I ate chili more than once the last week? Too many legumes? Who knows.
You guys know how thi... keep reading on reddit ➡
I live in the Midwest, where people are used to pork chops. What is a vegetarian dish they would enjoy? I was thinking maybe something with mushrooms?
I’m focusing on micronutrients in this question really since I think most vegans and a majority of vegetarians monitor their protein intake to some extent. Especially things that might not be so obvious
-- my boyfriend today while making dinner
I have heard this so many times when I go out of India to a Western country. You can be very fat if you are vegetarian if all you eat is high carb high oil diets that Indians have.
In India a lot of liberals make fun of vegetarians calling them backwards, uneducated, religious hicks. The opposite of what vegans face in the West. Standard recommendations from many fitness experts is to start eating meat if you want to gain muscle or lose weight. I guess it also works in the same way vegan diets work in the West. By changing your diet while counting your calories you lose weight. I have gained 50 pounds over the years and I have lost 50 pounds by following a traditional Indian vegetarian diet
So all meat eaters out there and all vegetarians and all vegans out there don't listen to anyone that says you need to eat meat or stop eating meat to lose weight. There are a lot of good reasons to be vegan, losing your weight isn't one of them. The only thing that counts is counting calories.
Tldr: frozen veggies and fruits are picked at peak fresh/nutrient and then flash frozen. Bags of corn, green beans, broccoli can be a dollar or more. Cities are harder but they’re still cheaper than fresh vegs. Premix seasoning are a dollar or two.
Extra tldra: ultra pasteurized milk and almond milk if your lactic intolerant are good and safe too. Make sure to look for product of usa(our food standard may suck with artificial flavor but protection of our health is still gold standard). They’ve been cooked longer. Retain most of their nutrition but taste may differ somewhat. Milk will still go bad after a week when open just like regular milk you buy in gallons. Almond ones are tasty!
I’ve always been a optimistic veggie eater. Meaning I eat more veggies than meat when presented with both because veggie soak up the meaty flavor. Now a days I don’t really need meat. When using the right ingredients makes veggies just as good. If you can use recipes, otherwise get some premixed seasonin... keep reading on reddit ➡
I had subscribed briefly a while back and unsubscribed because I was uncomfortable facing my own hypocrisy, but you guys were right, and I’m back.
I was a vegetarian for four years, committed to not eating meat because the flavor is not worth animals dying. Compared to an omnivore I thought I was doing plenty, and assumed vegans would feel the same way. I was very surprised to have my decisions thrown back in my face here. I hated hearing vegans talk about vegetarians like we were frauds. I hated feeling like I was wrong. I wanted to eat my egg & cheese bagel and feel like I was doing God’s work by leaving sausage off. I don’t know if I didn’t know or just didn’t want to think about how many living beings suffered so that I could have that egg and cheese. It tasted good and there wasn’t a dead animal on it, so I didn’t see why I had to feel bad about it. But, as all of you know, there’s more to it than that. Maybe there wasn’t a dead animal on my plate but there were thousands of... keep reading on reddit ➡
My girlfriend is a vegetarian and wants to raise our future kids to be vegetarian. I don’t want to raise them vegetarian because I eat meat and I think it would be better to raise them in a way that they can make that decision for themselves when they are old enough. I just feel like forcing a lifestyle like vegetarianism on a child would be wrong because they can’t make that decision for themself.
Her rationale is that the child doesn’t know that eating meat kills animals. She is worried that when they grow up and find this out, they will be very upset.
Hello, I am considering becoming vegetarian. I have always felt bad eating meat and have tried being vegetarian before. But, since I am a powerlifter I have felt like I have no choice but to eat meat. It's really hard to find high protein vegetarian recipes and I was wondering if anyone here would have advice or recipes. I would prefer meals that are easy to meal prep and easy to make. But, any recipes are welcome. Thanks in advance!
Like how long can the relationship last if she thinks your father is gay and that your brother is his lover or that you're an animal lover?
After scrolling through this subreddit and seeing recipes and discussions, it may not be as hard as i originally thought.
Edit. Any tips would be greatly appreciated
Edit #2. After reading through comments and more exploring on this page. I am definitely going to give it a shot. Thank you for your responses.
I'm technically not vegetarian cause I eat steak, crab, and chicken nuggets, but I eat them very rarely and I try not to eat/buy them. And I don't think I could ever go vegan cause baking is one of my hobbies and my dream is to own a bakery
So this happened a while ago (they've been together for over a year now) but its kind of been rekindled because I still talk to her like some sort of idiot. I had the hots for a woman who... just wasn't interested in me. Nothing new there. She was cute, a vegetarian, all about environmental stuff and ethics. While I am not a strict vegetarian, I actually have greatly reduced the amount of meat that I eat, and she knew it because I used to ask her for advice on cooking. We talked, got along, agreed on politics and stuff. She was really cool. But... she didn't like me sexually, and it wouldn't be such a big deal except for the fact that she went for a burly Trump supporter who actively hunts. He's taller than me, stronger than me, also divorced with a couple of kids, but basically I get that he's more attractive than I'll ever be. Its just kind of frustrating because they are so diametrically opposed.
I strongly suspect a lot of women, regardless of what they may say or do, want a man w... keep reading on reddit ➡
Whoopppp-whooooooop. It's been a great journey so far, and I will keep going!
Thank you all for this Sub, and have a great day!
LITERALLY JUST SHOP AT ETHNIC MARKETS. POINT BLANK PERIOD. The price of fresh produce is way cheaper and still good quality and there is an abundance of variety! The amount of money I don’t spend by shopping in ethnic markets is amazing and I feel so upset because I wish I knew this sooner!
What the title says pretty much. Fake meats are so much tastier and there is no death of an innocent being involved. Really don’t understand why meat eaters are so against them. You can always incorporate both meat and fake meat into your diet.
Hi all, I recently rejoined weight watchers since stopping last year and regaining all the weight I lost. In the time since I’ve stopped, I have also become vegetarian. If anyone has tips on how to navigate weight waters on a vegetarian diet, as well as recipe ideas, it would be a great help!
I was so happy to find out my favourite wine, which I do enjoy a couple or more bottles of each week was vegan. I even sent a picture of the back to show my bf I didn’t need to change wines and that I was happy.
Well for some unknown reason I decided to check the ingredients label today. It said not suitable for vegetarians, in really tiny writing, unlike the old large and bold suitable for vegans label. It contained milk and some form a gelatine. I’m so grossed out. I always thought the Co Op was great as it labels its packaging well. Not the wine packaging apparently. None of their wines are now vegan. So be aware!
I’ve learned about the environmental/health impacts of eating meat as well as how terribly animals are treated in the food industry since I was in middle school. Like most people, I was quite disturbed by it all but wasn’t compelled to make a complete lifestyle change. I didn’t really start cooking for myself until 2 years ago when I moved out of the dorms in college and very rarely cooked meat because honestly, I didn’t really know how and I was uncomfortable buying raw meat at the store. I only ever ate meat when I was at home or when I ate out. Since the quarantine started I’ve been exclusively cooking at home and I’ve realized I have only eaten meat like once or twice over the past 7 weeks when I got takeout. I’ve started following a lot of vegetarian blogs and find myself gravitating to their recipes bc they are easy and healthy. Now I’m learning more about a vegetarian diet and how enormous the health impacts really are and I feel like this is something I can commit to fully. Is... keep reading on reddit ➡
This Veggie Burger recipe captures the unique texture of the hamburger, no more mushy-no-taste veggie burgers. This is the Veggie Burger Recipe You’ve Been Waiting For.
link to the post -> https://presentoflife.com/vegetarian-black-bean-burger/
First steps -
So I’ve been trying on and off to be vegetarian, and I’ve found a lot of vegetarian meats that I like even better than real meat. My favourites are meatballs, smokies, chicken sliders, ground beef, grilled chicken that I throw into caesar salads, and my holy grail chicken fingers and dill dip, which are all 100% vegetarian. I eat them about 5 times a week, around the same as I would’ve regular meat but I know with vegan and vegetarian diets, it’s mostly just vegetables and whatever but I’m not the best cook and I’m super picky. Regardless I think I’ll stick to my fake meat because I think it taste better but I just want to know is it even any healthier to eat fake meat than regular meat?
Hello my lovelies! I just started working out and as some kind of borderline vegan/vegetarian I am struggling immensely to find good sources of protein IN FOOD. Obviously supplements are there, but they can only be an addition, not the major source. I am very tall etc so my intake of protein for gains is recommended to be around 160g. I literally have no clue how to eat this much in a day!
Edit: I am gluten intolerant btw!
I recently went vegan (~2 months ago) after years of being vegetarian, and it’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made! However, after I started poking around this sub I noticed there are a lot of people who say vegetarians are just as bad as meat eaters and I don’t really understand this trope. The dairy and egg industries are OBVIOUSLY CRUEL and we should avoid these products and encourage people to do the same, but aren’t vegetarians reducing a ton of suffering, pollution, etc. just by not eating meat?
I was reading an article recently (forgive me for not having sources) but it said something along the lines of people not eating meat one day a week could drastically help the environment, and vegetarians are obviously doing that more than once a week. I completely understand the desire to have everyone cut out all suffer (hence the reason I went vegan), but shouldn’t we be encouraging people to cut out meat and making veganism seem open and accepting, not demonizing people who hav... keep reading on reddit ➡
My ex-husband and I divorced on better terms than most. Frank was always a good father to our three-year-old son, and deep down I think he still loved me, but truth be told he was never that bright, and a pretty huge pushover.
That’s why I was surprised, but not absolutely shocked when he came home one day to confess that he’d cheated on me with his coworker. He told me like a car salesman pitching a deal.
“It’s not really cheating though honey. Lola opened my eyes to everything. We’re all just animals. Monogamy isn’t natural. I didn’t choose Lola over you, I’m choosing her AND you,” Frank said. His eyes were wide and his smile genuine. To my utter disgust, he believed what he was saying.
I sent him packing that day.
Fortunately for me, Lola didn’t believe it was “natural” for her to raise another person’s offspring, so I ended up with full custody of Henry without a fight. There was the occasional overnight visit at his dad’s house, but I tried to keep them as limited as I coul... keep reading on reddit ➡
Let me argue my case on this.
I see so many vegan related posts where vegans see it necessary to mention they are vegan, but also the fact that they are not one of the 'bad Vegans'
Usually something along the lines of I'm vegan but I'm not like those radical vegans who try to enforce their beliefs onto others, then some bullshit like be kind or whatever the fuck.
Is it really that important to be viewed by non-vegans as one of the good vegans. And why the fuck is it necessary to do this at the expense of other vegans. More often than not those radical vegans you happen to get all high and mighty on are the reason being vegan is becoming easier and easier and why the message of veganism being about the animals is being spread more and more, you know the same thing that you as a vegan should believe in.
Okay got to the end and realised I'm just angry and there isn't possibly anything worse than a vegetarian. But these people frustrate me, this is probably just my daily dose of vegan... keep reading on reddit ➡
So out of our 150 guest count we have 5 vegetarians. My fiance and I love BBQ but wouldn't dream of not having food for those 5 guests. We are planning on having vegetarian side dishes like mac n cheese, vegetarian baked beans and salad but I feel like this isnt enough. What are yalls thoughts? Please vegetarian redditors help me make them feel welcome and well fed.
My locked-down riff on Gözleme: Think drunken late-night dirty kebab that went to rehab and discovered Pilates, but still secretly yearns for the good old days. Here is the recipe, but for a very detailed step-by-step picture tutorial (recommended), please go to r/mumteachessontocook :)
Dough ingredients (for 1 batch which is more than enough to feed 4):
400g plain (AP) flour, PLUS an additional 120g for kneading / rolling
6g fine salt (cheap stuff!)
40g oil (olive oil is great, but I used sunflower)
200g plain yoghurt (preferably Greek, if you have it)
75g cool tap water
CHEESE AND POTATO INGREDIENTS for filling 1 batch of dough:
4 medium potatoes – around 700g unpeeled weight*
2 large spring onions, or one small leek – after peeling and trimming, I was left with 55g
30g flat leaf parsley
100g feta or plain (full fat) cottage cheese or paneer
1 dessert spoon of vegetable or olive oil
1 dessert spoon of MILD chilli flakes**
1 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon, plus an... keep reading on reddit ➡
Now a meal is not a meal if I can’t put mayonnaise on it