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#1 Old 04-21-2009, 04:23 PM
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Does any Fast food place or Restaurant in U.S offer Veggie or Vegan Pan Cakes???
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#2 Old 04-22-2009, 11:49 AM
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Aren't most pancakes vegetarian?
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It's pretty easy to make them yourself. http://vegweb.com/index.php?PHPSESSI...action=search2

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They're better (and cheaper) at home!



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http://www.recipezaar.com/Vegan-Banana-Pancakes-23241
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there are vegan pancakes sold at health food stores in the frozen section. I've seen 'em but never tried them. i usually make my own as others have stated.

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I dont know of any pancake not being vegetarian. I don't know of any chain, besides maybe a vegan one I guess, that makes them vegan.
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I dont know of any pancake not being vegetarian. I don't know of any chain, besides maybe a vegan one I guess, that makes them vegan.



I've seen pancakes that included bacon or sausage in the batter. Ew.

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I dont know of any pancake not being vegetarian. I don't know of any chain, besides maybe a vegan one I guess, that makes them vegan.



McDonald's might put beef flavor in them. Just kidding-I hope!
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I've seen pancakes that included bacon or sausage in the batter. Ew.



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I've seen pancakes that included bacon or sausage in the batter. Ew.

You mean on purpose? Yuck. Where did you see that?

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I am surprised to here comments like "I dont know of any pancake not being vegetarian"



what??? I thought most of the pancakes have egg in it.. Thats the reason why i created a thread asking for a place/restaurant which offer veggie pancakes which don't have stuffing in the form of egg
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I am surprised to here comments like "I dont know of any pancake not being vegetarian"



what??? I thought most of the pancakes have egg in it.. Thats the reason why i created a thread asking for a place/restaurant which offer veggie pancakes which don't have stuffing in the form of egg



i think you're mixing up vegan (no animal products at all) and vegetarian (no meat products). pretty much all pancakes are vegetarian. far less are vegan unless homemade.

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i think you're mixing up vegan (no animal products at all) and vegetarian (no meat products). pretty much all pancakes are vegetarian. far less are vegan unless homemade.



okay then suppose when i got to any random restaurant and order a simple pancake. Then i can be sure that it won't have egg in it rite?? because as soon as a product has egg in it, it becomes non vegetarian
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okay then suppose when i got to any random restaurant and order a simple pancake. Then i can be sure that it won't have egg in it rite?? because as soon as a product has egg in it, it becomes non vegetarian



no. most restaurant pancakes WILL have eggs in them. eating eggs is still considered to be in the vegetarian lifestyle. makes sense? you would have to go to a restaurant and ask if their pancakes are vegan which would have no dairy or eggs in them.

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no. most restaurant pancakes WILL have eggs in them. eating eggs is still considered to be in the vegetarian lifestyle. makes sense? you would have to go to a restaurant and ask if their pancakes are vegan which would have no dairy or eggs in them.



thanks that helps.



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You mean on purpose? Yuck. Where did you see that?



I've seen that at a few mom&pop diners. I don't think I've seen it at any major chains.



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okay then suppose when i got to any random restaurant and order a simple pancake. Then i can be sure that it won't have egg in it rite?? because as soon as a product has egg in it, it becomes non vegetarian



Ah, I think we're encountering a cultural difference here. You're from India, correct? I've heard many vegetarians in India consider eggs to be completely non-vegetarian, while dairy is acceptable. It comes down to what a culture considers to be an animal's flesh, I think. In the US, eggs are usually considered to be an animal product but not animal flesh. If you don't want to eat eggs, more power to you.

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Skylark, you got it rite. It's the cultural difference which has kept this thread active. Ya, eggs in India = Non Veg stuff. and ya I am from India



so i prefer not eating them. Infact i never ate an egg. I am an Indian Veggie(no egg)
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It's pretty easy to make them yourself. http://vegweb.com/index.php?PHPSESSI...action=search2



sooo true and drench them with syrup...syrup roxx!!



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