vegan tomato sandwich? Who knew.
December 5, 2017 7:07pm CST
To be a meat eater at the end of times is kind of like living in denial, or I don't care? I mean, if you want to you can make your bacon well, meatless by going vegan! Did I hear you say, "HOLD THE MAYO" ? 'cause mayonnaise contains egg yolks. So what would work better than making a vegan version of the famous BLT! Well, you could just use that black bean stuff or stuff made from Tofu? I will just have a tomato. No bread, just salt and leave it at that. Only I ain't VEGAN! So I will make my BLT with bacon, lettuce and tomato with plenty of mayo on it. LOL. Then there are those who favor a meatless diet so for those of you who are bound by a certain humanitarian way of looking at food, the link below might be of interest to ya. Enjoy! What's your take on going Vegan during the so called end times?
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I can't go vegan, because then I start feeling weak (been previously anemic), but I won't touch beef or pork. Can't stand the fat, taste or smell of them. We just have lean chicken and fish once a week. As for sandwiches, we spread pesto sauce on bread, add some cheese and tomato (or any other veggies) and grill it on the sandwich maker. Yummm!
• Dallas, Texas
I have to say, I am one of those who will eat all kinds of meat, fish and poultry but thinking about all the things that I could eat instead and I think more along the line of beans, rice, tofu, soybean burgers and I start to think, HOW BORING IT WOULD BE that is, for me. I respect the animals I choose to have for dinner and again, there is a certain degree of logic to going Vegan, but again, I am not all that logical.