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12-24-2015 02:19 PM
Liquinn
Quote:
Originally Posted by dormouse View Post
I'd say whenever you have committed to becoming one and have eliminated meat from your diet.
February 5th. 100% sure.
12-24-2015 02:13 PM
Liquinn I'm choosing to be vegetarian in 2016 - essentially.
12-24-2015 01:30 PM
Liquinn I guess it'll be nice to have what will probably be my last portions of meat.
12-24-2015 01:24 PM
Liquinn 21st december
dinner: egg sandwhiches
Tea: pasty and beans cheese

22nd december
dinner: tomato soup
tea: cheese and onion pasty chips

3:45-4:15pm chips
Pasty: 4pm-4:15pm

Red Sauce and salt

23rd december pam 12:12-1:12pm
Dinner: 12:05pm cheese and tomato sandwhiches

23rd had club and cake

Noodles: 3:50-4:05pm

Cheese chedders: 4:26pm
Hot choc: 4:35pm

Tea: 7:15pm cheese and onion pasty cheese and bread

7:25-7:55pm chips
7:40-7:55pm pasty

Pasty: 7:20- 7:35pm

24th dec
Dinner: v vurger, beans and mash

2:00pm-2:20pm burger (v)
2:10-2:20pm bagette
Mash: 2:15-2:20pm
Beans: 2:10-2:20pm

1:45pm-2:00pm burger (v)
1:45pm-1:55pm bag
Mash; 1:58-2pm
Beans: 1:56-2pm

Tea: noodles chicken (v)

25th dec
meat roast dinner

26th dec
meat roast dinner

27th December
Dinner;Jacket potatoe beans cheese or cheese/tomato baguette
Tea: egg sandwiches

28th December: dinner - cheese and tomato baguette
Veg soup tea

29th december: pasta/rice/eggs
tea: veg soup

30th december:
dinner: chips, beans and veggie sagsages
tomato/cheese sandwiches

31st december:
dinner: egg sandwhiches
tea: soup

1st january
Dinner: soup
Tea: pasta rice and eggs

2nd jan
cheese and onion pasty and beans
Tea: egg sandwhiches/hot choc

3rd Jan
Dinner; jacket potatoe, beans and mash
Tea; veg soup

4th Jan
Dinner; Veggie burgers, beans, mash and bagette
Tea;

5th jan
dinner: egg sandwhiches
Tea: pasty and beans cheese

6th jan
dinner: tomato soup
tea: cheese and onion pasty chips

Red Sauce and salt

23rd december pam 12:12-1:12pm
Dinner: 12:05pm cheese and tomato sandwhiches

23rd had club and cake

Noodles: 3:50-4:05pm

Cheese chedders: 4:26pm
Hot choc: 4:35pm

Tea: 7:15pm cheese and onion pasty cheese and bread

7:25-7:55pm chips
7:40-7:55pm pasty

Pasty: 7:20- 7:35pm

7th jan
Dinner: v vurger, beans and mash

2:00pm-2:20pm burger (v)
2:10-2:20pm bagette
Mash: 2:15-2:20pm
Beans: 2:10-2:20pm

1:45pm-2:00pm burger (v)
1:45pm-1:55pm bag
Mash; 1:58-2pm
Beans: 1:56-2pm

Tea: noodles chicken


Something like that.
12-24-2015 01:21 PM
Liquinn I'll keep everyone updated.
12-24-2015 01:20 PM
Liquinn
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Originally Posted by dormouse View Post
I'd say whenever you have committed to becoming one and have eliminated meat from your diet.
So the 27th onwards?
12-23-2015 04:46 AM
Liquinn
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Originally Posted by LedBoots View Post
Yes this is all vegetarian You might want to add some vegetables and fruits to that.
Yup. I'll get some fruits next week to add puddings after some of my main meals. I want to be fully vegatarian by February 5th.
12-23-2015 04:41 AM
LedBoots
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Originally Posted by Liquinn View Post
21st december
dinner: egg sandwhiches
Tea: pasty and beans cheese

22nd december
dinner: tomato soup
tea: cheese and onion pasty chips

Red Sauce and salt

23rd december
dinner: pasty, beans and mash beans salt
tea: egg sandwhiches

24th december
dinner: tomato/cheese sandwhiches
tea: mushroom soup
Yes this is all vegetarian You might want to add some vegetables and fruits to that.
12-23-2015 04:28 AM
Liquinn
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Originally Posted by Naturebound View Post
Why not make something vegetarian and bring it to your Dad's for Christmas to share? It is not rude to not eat his meat dishes. Does he know you are vegetarian? There will be many circumstances in life...at work, social gatherings, etc..where meat will be offered. Knowing how to gracefully handle those situations so that you don't compromise your values/beliefs is important to learn. You can still contribute to a holiday meal and partake in the parts of it that don't involve meat. Being forced to eat something you are not comfortable with is not what I would call polite on the other person's part either.
True. I will this time - there's no meat in my flat and I haven't touched the sardines or the tuna I have either. I'll give that to my dad or something. I just had cheese and tomato on toast and it tasted nice. <3
12-23-2015 03:35 AM
Naturebound
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Originally Posted by Liquinn View Post
Why is my dad giving meat at his house "different" to me having no meat at my house? I'm going to give my cat my tuna I have (but don't want) for christmas. I guess it would be rude not to have the meat/christmas dinner at my dads place this christmas. At my own place I can eat what I want.
Why not make something vegetarian and bring it to your Dad's for Christmas to share? It is not rude to not eat his meat dishes. Does he know you are vegetarian? There will be many circumstances in life...at work, social gatherings, etc..where meat will be offered. Knowing how to gracefully handle those situations so that you don't compromise your values/beliefs is important to learn. You can still contribute to a holiday meal and partake in the parts of it that don't involve meat. Being forced to eat something you are not comfortable with is not what I would call polite on the other person's part either.
12-23-2015 02:57 AM
Liquinn
Quote:
Originally Posted by highlyoriginal View Post
I will tell you I've been in positions where I was served only meat products, this was an unfortunate event where an accident happened where paperwork wasn't got to a judge in time, and a warrant was accidently issued. I was in jail for 4 days.

Let me tell you I ate rolls, bread, and drank only the ice tea they gave me for the entire 4 days. I scraped some rice off the fish they served (I don't eat fish, and it was jail if that matters I don't trust anything they offer, albeit they do have vegetarian trays for inmates who are there or longer times).

I was already a vegetarian but that did not test me it only infuriated me. However I lived
Why is my dad giving meat at his house "different" to me having no meat at my house? I'm going to give my cat my tuna I have (but don't want) for christmas. I guess it would be rude not to have the meat/christmas dinner at my dads place this christmas. At my own place I can eat what I want.
12-22-2015 11:02 PM
highlyoriginal I will tell you I've been in positions where I was served only meat products, this was an unfortunate event where an accident happened where paperwork wasn't got to a judge in time, and a warrant was accidently issued. I was in jail for 4 days.

Let me tell you I ate rolls, bread, and drank only the ice tea they gave me for the entire 4 days. I scraped some rice off the fish they served (I don't eat fish, and it was jail if that matters I don't trust anything they offer, albeit they do have vegetarian trays for inmates who are there or longer times).

I was already a vegetarian but that did not test me it only infuriated me. However I lived
12-22-2015 12:18 PM
Liquinn 21st december
dinner: egg sandwhiches
Tea: pasty and beans cheese

22nd december
dinner: tomato soup
tea: cheese and onion pasty chips

Red Sauce and salt

23rd december
dinner: pasty, beans and mash beans salt
tea: egg sandwhiches

24th december
dinner: tomato/cheese sandwhiches
tea: mushroom soup
12-22-2015 12:12 PM
Liquinn
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Originally Posted by dormouse View Post
I'd say whenever you have committed to becoming one and have eliminated meat from your diet.
February 5th.
12-22-2015 12:11 PM
dormouse I'd say whenever you have committed to becoming one and have eliminated meat from your diet.
12-22-2015 12:09 PM
odizzido Whenever you decide you are.
12-22-2015 11:54 AM
Liquinn
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