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    I try to eat mostly whole, plant-based foods. I don't always succeed, though. Especially at the holidays.
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    Why has vegetarian food become 'Plant based foods'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olly Buckle View Post
    Why has vegetarian food become 'Plant based foods'?
    2 different things... A plant based diet is a diet that is based on food derived from plants...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olly Buckle View Post
    Why has vegetarian food become 'Plant based foods'?
    Also, "vegetarian" can include dairy and processed junk food.
    Last edited by Ma'am; December 31st, 2019 at 03:54 PM.

  5. #95
    I see 'Plant based' on all sorts of foods that must be highly processed, like substitute milks and meat. If I wanted to differentiate a non-dairy eater I would say 'vegan'. I suppose I could be being an individual from a previous era trying to keep the language static, or that for some it adds some extra connotation I don't get. But I have a strong suspicion that it is some advertiser's B.S. Begging your pardon for the language Ma'am. I don't like using the 'Ad.' word, but sometimes it is necessary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olly Buckle View Post
    I see 'Plant based' on all sorts of foods that must be highly processed, like substitute milks and meat. If I wanted to differentiate a non-dairy eater I would say 'vegan'. I suppose I could be being an individual from a previous era trying to keep the language static, or that for some it adds some extra connotation I don't get. But I have a strong suspicion that it is some advertiser's B.S. Begging your pardon for the language Ma'am. I don't like using the 'Ad.' word, but sometimes it is necessary.
    I said "whole, plant-based foods." "Whole foods" are unprocessed. And "vegan" is commonly considered to include a whole philosophy beyond diet, and also does not exclude those highly processed foods. I don't have anything to do with what an advertiser might put on a label but my use of "whole, plant-based foods" is an accurate description.
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    We are definitely not having a vegan dinner for New Years eve! It will be king crab legs, seafood gumbo, salad, french bread, and margaritas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irwin View Post
    We are definitely not having a vegan dinner for New Years eve! It will be king crab legs, seafood gumbo, salad, french bread, and margaritas!
    I, for one, would definitely make an exception for that.

  9. #99
    Son tossed a bunch of big vegetable pieces on the charcoal grill, like zucchini and carrots cut in half lengthwise, etc. Zucchini, carrot, broccoli, asparagus, sweet potato, potato, corn on the cob. And nice steaks for himself. I wouldn't have thought to do the vegetables like that but it was easy and wonderful. I'll definitely copy-cat, but will probably brush with some oil w/garlic or some such first.
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