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Spaghetti
Sort-of
Bolognese
(serves 2-4)sniff out250g Realeat soya mince (widely available in
supermarkets)
1 tbs olive oil1 small onion, chopped finely1 carr
ot, chopped
1 courgette or 1 stick of celery
,
chopped
1 bay leaf400g tin chopped tomatoes (including juice)1
/
2
vegetable stock cube dissolved in a little hot water
Big pinch of dried basil1 tsp yeast extract (eg Marmite)2 tbs tomato pur
ee
Wholemeal spaghetti (cook accor
ding to instructions on packet)
Black pepperfollow the paws
Lightly fry onion, carrot and courgette/celery in the oil.
To

the vegetables, add the
mince along with the bayleaf, tomatoes, vegetablestock, basil, yeast extract andtomato puree. Simmergently for about 30 minutes.
Meanwhile cook spaghetti.
Remove bay leaf, seasonwith black pepper and pourover spaghetti.
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Now slop on a filling:
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How about peanut butter and slicedcucumber
,
c
or Marmite and tomato,
c
or mashed banana?
c
Why not try houmous (hummus) - ayummy blend of chickpeas and garlicwhich can be found in the chilledcabinet in supermarkets - in pitta breadwith grated carrot and salad.
c
Maybe some vegetable pate
c
or a bacon substituteBL
T with lettuce,
tomato andmayonnaise.
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Don’
t forget
(soya) cheesewith pickle,
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veggiesausages andmustard
c
or falafel -chick pea patties- with houmousand salad.
c
If you fancy
, you
could also tuck intofake ‘meats’ like ‘chicken’or ‘ham’ - available inhealth food stores andmajor supermarkets - withsalad and mayo.
And if your pot desires more,shovel down a jacket potato withlashings of baked beans, coleslaw
,
vegetable chilli or curry
.
Or gorge yourself on a steaming bowl ofvegetable soup and lovely crusty bread.SnacksAs with all diets, there are wholesomesnacks and there are tooth-rotting, fat-increasing munchies. V
eggie diets are
capable of doing both very well, thankyou. No doubt you will continue to scof
f
your crisps and choccie bars, however
, I
highly recommend you try out a few ofthese numbers. Munch on carrot, cucumberor celery crudites - sounds posh! - whichare small manageable sticks useful fordipping in mayonnaise, houmous or (soya)yoghurt. Or chew
, like a grazing sheep, on
dried fruit such as apricots, dates, raisinsand even mango. Maybe mix up a handfulof nuts, sunflower seeds and dried fruit
and plop them into a tasty (soya)
yoghurt. Popcorn’
s great too,
especially if you pop your own and
lightly salt them.
Dinner
Aha. Now this, my friends, is
where your imagination canreally run wild - just take a
gawp at the following
recipes. Maybe they will
inspire you to think of your
own barepawed creations- if so, send a copy to
mollster@viva.org.uk
Or
,
more respectfully - since I
am a mutt many years
your senior - invite me
to dinner
.
So there we are, it’
s
simple. Follow the
ropes and very soon
you’ll be munching
to the meat-free tune
with the best of them.
Before we start, may I dof
f
my cap at you in recognition of your
love for animals. Of
f to your guilt-free
recipes now!TipsW
oks are, quite frankly
, the best. They
spell an end to burnt pan bottoms. In case you’re unsure, the measurement‘
tsp
’ is a teaspoon and ‘
tbs
’ is a tablespoon
(next size up from a dessertspoon).
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curious canine
Why veggie Jody?
“I became veggie because I hatethe idea that animals, with feelings justlike the companion animals I love and carefor everyday
, could suf
fer so horribly
. I
couldn’
t bear the idea that animals were
being killed in my name”.
I was
absolutelybewitched by thissubtle sauce - itslips down yourthroat with suchease. Perhaps a
little too easily
.
??
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