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Cuthbert Allgood

(4,748 posts)
88. I get that's the trope,
Fri Dec 1, 2023, 10:14 AM
Dec 1

but, really, how many vegans have you had that have done that to you? What is "so many?" As a vegetarian, most vegans I know just keep quiet about it.

YEAH! I can't wait to try it. MLAA Nov 30 #1
+1 Lucinda Dec 1 #110
Sounds horrible. But, at least it will be a lot more expensive. NCIndie Nov 30 #2
I was thinking that too zeusdogmom Nov 30 #3
Being A Junky Of The Food Network... ProfessorGAC Nov 30 #19
I've made some good sauces with nutritional yeast, garlic powder, Sky Jewels Nov 30 #40
I find cashew dairy subs awful ExWhoDoesntCare Dec 1 #68
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Hello. GP6971 Dec 1 #100
I love this vegan recipe Kraft is probably going to use palm oil I'm glad for the cows tho mucifer Dec 1 #77
Thanks! Sky Jewels Dec 1 #106
Reality cooking shows? getagrip_already Nov 30 #49
Yeah, I Don't Believe That ProfessorGAC Dec 1 #78
Can they cook? Sure. Are they honest on tv? getagrip_already Dec 1 #91
You Moved The Goal Posts ProfessorGAC Dec 1 #95
Nutritional yeast doesn't work by itself ExWhoDoesntCare Dec 1 #67
Vegan mac and cheese using nooch is great. Voltaire2 Dec 1 #81
welcome to du redqueen Nov 30 #27
Organic mac and cheese has been around for years. TwilightZone Dec 1 #101
They wouldn't be marketing this without testing it first. ificandream Nov 30 #4
My thought Rebl2 Nov 30 #51
LOL ExWhoDoesntCare Dec 1 #69
I suppose if one is into unpatatable substitutes that harumph Nov 30 #5
Yeah, I am trying to cut out all the ultra processed crap Amishman Nov 30 #60
Yuck. Just YUCK. lastlib Nov 30 #6
have you tried it? Celerity Nov 30 #22
Chemistry-set cheese doesn't excite me enough to risk it. lastlib Nov 30 #63
Thank you for admitting to that. It goes a fair length towards logical invalidation, as it shows Celerity Nov 30 #65
Have you? ExWhoDoesntCare Dec 1 #70
I am not the one passing judgement on it. I am not a vegan but I eat plenty of plant-based food here in Celerity Dec 1 #75
Ummmm.... Happy Hoosier Nov 30 #7
I'm mostly vegan. Sky Jewels Nov 30 #20
Not sure that this anything to do with "healthy" Happy Hoosier Nov 30 #55
Why are you gatekeeping food? FreeState Nov 30 #43
I'm not gatekeeping anything... Happy Hoosier Nov 30 #57
Perhaps we disagree on what 'gatekeeping' is? Voltaire2 Dec 1 #87
Not sure how that's gate-keeping? Happy Hoosier Dec 1 #90
Some people want the taste of meat. Elessar Zappa Nov 30 #53
They won't get it... Happy Hoosier Nov 30 #58
But you get it from hyper processed dead cows? Voltaire2 Dec 1 #83
+1 Celerity Dec 1 #85
I do prefer the animals I eat are dead at the time. Happy Hoosier Dec 1 #112
You have no clue about this it appears NoRethugFriends Dec 1 #103
Some of them are pretty close to the real thing TwilightZone Dec 1 #105
Jeez... you folks are sensitive Happy Hoosier Dec 1 #113
Because there aren't as many ways to make ExWhoDoesntCare Dec 1 #71
I'm vegan Dave says Dec 1 #80
Mostly vegan for health (CV) since June seleff Dec 1 #94
I still crave cheese, but not meat Dave says Dec 1 #98
Huh? Why do you care? Voltaire2 Dec 1 #82
Very simple to understand. Like taste of meat. Don't want animals killed. Eat substitute that tastes similar. NoRethugFriends Dec 1 #102
I am shocked! Jerry2144 Nov 30 #8
So true JanLip Nov 30 #25
It does not seem clear whether or not they ar REPLACING the old version or simply introducing hlthe2b Nov 30 #9
That's the way i read it too. It's a new "option". Not replacing the original. IcyPeas Nov 30 #62
Sounds good! I certainly wouldn't call it yuck or horrible without even trying it first. nt GuppyGal Nov 30 #10
You would if you had a kneejerking hostility toward anything vegan redqueen Nov 30 #29
Yes. Many (not all, not all) meat eaters seem highly offended Sky Jewels Nov 30 #41
We're not offended by vegans ExWhoDoesntCare Dec 1 #73
But they aren't doing that here. Kraft is making a new product. Cuthbert Allgood Dec 1 #84
It is a general rule in these 'discussions' Voltaire2 Dec 1 #86
This thread is really illuminating. TwilightZone Dec 1 #109
And anti-EV mindsets. Celerity Nov 30 #66
Maybe because so many vegans ExWhoDoesntCare Dec 1 #72
I get that's the trope, Cuthbert Allgood Dec 1 #88
The only people being sanctimonious in this thread... TwilightZone Dec 1 #108
Kraft Mac and cheese North Shore Chicago Nov 30 #11
That's what I thought, too. Haggard Celine Nov 30 #52
While skeptical about its flavor, I'm glad there's another option! David__77 Nov 30 #12
For the we don't give a s*** about cows lives it's yucky JanMichael Nov 30 #13
So true. Sky Jewels Nov 30 #21
and for people who don't give a toss about global climate change Celerity Nov 30 #23
Put those two things together and what do you get? redqueen Nov 30 #30
Had a box of vegan mac and cheese not too long ago happybird Nov 30 #14
If People RobinA Nov 30 #15
For some people it's about not wanting to contribute to the suffering of animals redqueen Nov 30 #31
Not all vegans eat "clean" every single meal. Sky Jewels Nov 30 #42
"Clean" isn't a thing FreeState Nov 30 #44
Yeah... Sky Jewels Nov 30 #47
Veganism is not a diet. Chellee Nov 30 #46
I'm glad they're providing an artificial, chemical laden alternative Lunabell Nov 30 #16
do you really think "health conscious vegans" are gonna eat kraft mac and cheese? dembotoz Nov 30 #17
I guess the sarcasm was lost on you. Lunabell Nov 30 #24
Some vegans are vegan because they don't want to contribute to the suffering of animals nt redqueen Nov 30 #32
I know that. Lunabell Nov 30 #35
But health is only one reason people choose to be vegan. Sky Jewels Nov 30 #45
Absolutely! Lunabell Dec 1 #74
Great news! Sky Jewels Nov 30 #18
Indeed! redqueen Nov 30 #34
The "cheese" mac and cheese might not be vegan ... Valdosta Nov 30 #26
We've been eating the Annie's brand vegan for years. Takket Nov 30 #28
Annie's has some great products. StarryNite Nov 30 #48
Is this going to REPLACE the old standard? Or is it just an "option" for those who demand such things? And --- Oopsie Daisy Nov 30 #33
It's just an option underpants Nov 30 #36
Those Kraft Mac & Cheese used to be a staple. I'd I think I left out the butter and milk but dumped in a can of brewens Nov 30 #37
Yes. Back in the day when I was feeding small children at the end of my long workday... Hekate Nov 30 #38
Carbs ✅ Protein ✅ Dairy ✅ underpants Nov 30 #59
I hope that works out for some people. As for me, though, there have been some food-adjacent items Hekate Nov 30 #39
I never thought it was real cheese anyway Fichefinder Nov 30 #50
They pulled a trick a few years ago and actually went TO real cheese underpants Nov 30 #56
I've been vegan nearing 4 decades, and I wouldn't buy a $10 box of vegan Mac & Cheese. LenaBaby61 Nov 30 #54
Onions carrots cashews nooch. Voltaire2 Dec 1 #89
Its 3.50 a box, not 10.00. Mosby Dec 1 #93
It's $3.49, as clearly noted in the post. TwilightZone Dec 1 #107
Happy to have another alternative. flvegan Nov 30 #61
I can make a damn good mac and cheese from scratch... flying rabbit Nov 30 #64
No thanks! Groundhawg Dec 1 #76
Back in the day when money moniss Dec 1 #79
Its higher calorie than the original. Mosby Dec 1 #92
Eating a carnivore dietary lifestyle & being from Wisconsin, the Dairy State, I'll never try this concoction. No thanks. elocs Dec 1 #96
Bet it's high in sodium or sugar madville Dec 1 #97
Many people are vegan for ethical/philosophical reasons having nothing to do with health, NoRethugFriends Dec 1 #104
Fantastic. skip fox Dec 1 #111
I'm definitely getting 2 or 3 boxes when it's available. I'm not a vegan, but dairy doesn't agree with me (or the cows). HeartachesNhangovers Dec 1 #114
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