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#1 Old 02-01-2015, 04:56 PM
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How to Make Vegan Garlic Bread

A flavorful bite of garlic bread complements any pasta or pizza dish perfectly. You can make delicious garlic bread that works with your vegan diet by substituting vegan margarine for butter.

http://m.wikihow.com/Make-Vegan-Garlic-Bread
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Haven't tried that yet, but daughter had some in nandos last night

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Are you sure that Nandos garlic bread is vegan? As in do they use vegan margarine?
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Ah no its not vegan, so I realise how out of place my comment was. Although I've heard you could ask off garlic bread without the butter, but isn't the garlic in the butter itself...?

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I like to whir garlic with olive oil in a mini blender better than margarine
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Ah no its not vegan, so I realise how out of place my comment was. Although I've heard you could ask off garlic bread without the butter, but isn't the garlic in the butter itself...?
Thanks for clarifying

Maybe the butter and garlic are added separately in some restaurants?
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I like to spread Earth Balance or olive oil, minced garlic, nooch, parsley, and black pepper on bread, then toast it. So simple, but so delicious.
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Thanks for clarifying

Maybe the butter and garlic are added separately in some restaurants?
Hmm not sure, that was meant to be nandos where you could ask for vegan garlic bread basically without the butter

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It's probably best just to avoid garlic bread then when eating out unless it's specifically a vegan restaurant...
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