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The following comment was made in reference to my Black Bean and Roasted Corn Chili

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looks more like something you would feed a hog, to get her up to weights to cook
Naturally we must keep in mind that the person quoted has already had a bypass surgery, and two strokes... He will be 50 this year. Keep sucking the meat down my artery clogged friend, keep sucking it down. Its good for your health.
 

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Was that comment made here on VB or on another forum?
another Poppy. People here seem to have a bit more class when it comes to a veggie diet.
Now if I was talking about roasting the pig over the open coals here, we might have a totally different conversation right up till that moment that my logon stopped working.
 

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I would be happy to clean up any such remarks if they were on here.
Is your recipe here as well? - it sounds wonderful!
 

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When I was a cooked vegan I loved to make perogies....I would often give them out to people we know as I made a lot, and the comments I received from one person prompted them getting cut-off perogies. "These are great! I know you don't eat meat, but could you put some bacon in them for me?"

Considering my facebook is covered in AR related stuff, you would think they would understand where I am coming from, but no. I told them I am against paying for murder, and I refuse to have my home, my sanctuary, tainted with the smell of a deceased animal, and if they want bacon in them I'll give them the recipe to do it in their own home because it ain't happening in mine!
 

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I would be happy to clean up any such remarks if they were on here.
Is your recipe here as well? - it sounds wonderful!
I think I posted it in the recipe section, but for a quick rundown, I take
1 red onion and chop it,
5 cloves of fresh garlic chopped.
Put these in a pan with a little olive oil and start to cooking.

while that is going on I take on can of corn, drain it and dump it on a cookie sheet, mix with a bit of olive oil and stick it in the oven at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes, stirring it around once to evenly roast it.

once the onions start to go soft from the cooking I put in
1TSP ground Cummin
1TBS chili powder and mix it up evenly with the onions and garlic.
Then I add a can of the diced tomatoes with the green chilies in them
and one can of black beans, Drained.
Mix it around good to spread out the spices.

when the corn has that roasted smell, dump it in with the rest of the stuff and cut back to a simmer for a few minutes

at this point its vegan, my next step kinda ruins that, so act accordingly.

I put it in a bowl with some shredded cheddar on the top and a plop of sour cream.

If you want it soupier, just add some veggie broth to it while cooking.

Daughter likes it thick and uses it as a chip dip. Just play with it till you get it to where you like it.
 

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I got a similar remark from my grandmother yesterday after I made my dinner, which included corn and potatoes. "That's what they feed pigs to make them fat. You're gonna get fat." Funny enough, my uncle and his family have been veg*n for 30 years, no problem. Me, on the other hand, I get all the rude remarks and called in the kitchen to hear her sing to a turkey neck. I'd come over to help around the house.
 

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Originally Posted by Fatman View Post

I think I posted it in the recipe section, but for a quick rundown, I take
1 red onion and chop it,
5 cloves of fresh garlic chopped.
Put these in a pan with a little olive oil and start to cooking.

while that is going on I take on can of corn, drain it and dump it on a cookie sheet, mix with a bit of olive oil and stick it in the oven at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes, stirring it around once to evenly roast it.

once the onions start to go soft from the cooking I put in
1TSP ground Cummin
1TBS chili powder and mix it up evenly with the onions and garlic.
Then I add a can of the diced tomatoes with the green chilies in them
and one can of black beans, Drained.
Mix it around good to spread out the spices.

when the corn has that roasted smell, dump it in with the rest of the stuff and cut back to a simmer for a few minutes

at this point its vegan, my next step kinda ruins that, so act accordingly.

I put it in a bowl with some shredded cheddar on the top and a plop of sour cream.

If you want it soupier, just add some veggie broth to it while cooking.

Daughter likes it thick and uses it as a chip dip. Just play with it till you get it to where you like it.
If that's what a pig eats, then... "oink oink... oink!" (That's Pig for "Thanks for the recipe... it's what's for dinner!")

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called in the kitchen to hear her sing to a turkey neck
W... T... F...
 

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Funny how people react differently based on their habits and preferences.

I just ate dinner but still got hungry at the mere idea of black bean and roasted corn chili. It sounds awesome.

On the other hand, I'm pretty sure I'd look at this gentleman's dinner of choice and think "pathology lab sample".
 
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