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My wife is a vegan. Fair play, she is comfortable with it. I tried it and lasted a week. I need meat. Mince.Pies, hamburgers, sausages, ham. I just cant do without it. Only problem is when my wife is late in at work and I am cookin for me and my bhoys, I run out of ideas for my wife. Made yae Corn flakes again darlin..😁

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1 minute ago, ParisInAKilt said:

It’s just a better way of living 

I agree. Wish I could do it though.. Maybe thats why im a fat bastirt now..😅

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7 minutes ago, Big Ramy 1314 said:

I agree. Wish I could do it though.. Maybe thats why im a fat bastirt now..😅

Plenty vegans are fat bastirts. Folk are usually fat bastirts because they are greedy bastirts and/or lazy bastirts. Going vegan isn't guaranteed to stop you being a fat bastirt.

Before making this life changing decision it's worth noting that most beers, worth drinking, are not vegan. ;) Not sure if that makes a difference to you.:lol:

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Just now, Orraloon said:

Plenty vegans are fat bastirts. Folk are usually fat bastirts because they are greedy bastirts and/or lazy bastirts. Going vegan isn't guaranteed to stop you being a fat bastirt.

Before making this life changing decision it's worth noting that most beers, worth drinking, are not vegan. ;) Not sure if that makes a difference to you.:lol:

The vast majority of beers are vegan I’ve found. 

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Just now, ParisInAKilt said:

The vast majority of beers are vegan I’ve found. 

That's maybe what they tell you. ;)

Lager isn't beer, by the way. ;)

Depends on how strict a vegan you are, though. Some vegans are happy that their food doesn't contain any animals, others don't want animal products used in their manufacture. 

If you stick to Brewdog you should be OK, but most of the stuff you get from taps in regular pubs will have used animal products. A lot of brewers are changing and investing in technology which doesn't need to use these animal products, but I would guess that most beer still uses animal products. 

Do you ask at the bar for vegan friendly beer or do you just stick to brands that you have already checked out?

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14 minutes ago, Orraloon said:

That's maybe what they tell you. ;)

Lager isn't beer, by the way. ;)

Depends on how strict a vegan you are, though. Some vegans are happy that their food doesn't contain any animals, others don't want animal products used in their manufacture. 

If you stick to Brewdog you should be OK, but most of the stuff you get from taps in regular pubs will have used animal products. A lot of brewers are changing and investing in technology which doesn't need to use these animal products, but I would guess that most beer still uses animal products. 

Do you ask at the bar for vegan friendly beer or do you just stick to brands that you have already checked out?

I use this site and according to it apart from your milk stouts most are fine http://www.barnivore.com/

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37 minutes ago, ParisInAKilt said:

But to be honest when it comes to booze I’m not that strict 

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1 hour ago, Orraloon said:

Before making this life changing decision it's worth noting that most beers, worth drinking, are not vegan. ;) Not sure if that makes a difference to you.:lol:

There’s a lassie I know who, for years has went on about being vegan. She also loved Guinness by the bucketload. Then She found out that it contains fish bladder in it. :lol:

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1 hour ago, ParisInAKilt said:

I use this site and according to it apart from your milk stouts most are fine http://www.barnivore.com/

That's a very good website.:ok: Cheers for posting that.

I notice that as of Jan 2018, all Guinness produced at St James Gate will be vegan friendly. Maybe they are changing quicker than I thought? 

That means that, in a very minor way, they have changed the recipe for Guinness. I'm surprised there hasn't been a big stooshie like that for changing Irn Bru. I mean, Guinness can't possibly taste the same with all the fish guts and crushed up animal bones taken out?:lol:

Ormond might be able to tell us if notices any difference. Probably less nutritious now.;)

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19 minutes ago, Ormond said:

There’s a lassie I know who, for years has went on about being vegan. She also loved Guinness by the bucketload. Then She found out that it contains fish bladder in it. :lol:

Ditto

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2 hours ago, Big Ramy 1314 said:

My wife is a vegan. Fair play, she is comfortable with it. I tried it and lasted a week. I need meat. Mince.Pies, hamburgers, sausages, ham. I just cant do without it. Only problem is when my wife is late in at work and I am cookin for me and my bhoys, I run out of ideas for my wife. Made yae Corn flakes again darlin..😁

poor lad, wife no longer liking the meat :-)

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53 minutes ago, euan2020 said:

poor lad, wife no longer liking the meat :-)

she likes ma boaby..🤣🤣🤣

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1 hour ago, Orraloon said:

Ormond might be able to tell us if notices any difference. Probably less nutritious now.;)

Aye, watch me turn into an even fatter bastard now.

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41 minutes ago, Big Ramy 1314 said:

she likes ma boaby..🤣🤣🤣

I’d have to presume vegans don’t swallow...

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1 hour ago, euan2020 said:

poor lad, wife no longer liking the meat :-)

 

55 minutes ago, Big Ramy 1314 said:

she likes ma boaby..🤣🤣🤣

 

12 minutes ago, sbcmfc said:

I’d have to presume vegans don’t swallow...

:lol:

Welcome to 1974... 

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1 of the guys @ work went Vegan - turned into a right fat fecker

blamed it on the 3 months he was in Pointe Noire, Congo and said only vegan stuff he could get was pizza's

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10 minutes ago, euan2020 said:

1 of the guys @ work went Vegan - turned into a right fat fecker

blamed it on the 3 months he was in Pointe Noire, Congo and said only vegan stuff he could get was pizza's

Typical fatty, always blame the pizza 😠

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21 hours ago, Orraloon said:

That's a very good website.:ok: Cheers for posting that.

I notice that as of Jan 2018, all Guinness produced at St James Gate will be vegan friendly. Maybe they are changing quicker than I thought? 

That means that, in a very minor way, they have changed the recipe for Guinness. I'm surprised there hasn't been a big stooshie like that for changing Irn Bru. I mean, Guinness can't possibly taste the same with all the fish guts and crushed up animal bones taken out?:lol:

Ormond might be able to tell us if notices any difference. Probably less nutritious now.;)

:lol:

didnt know that about Guinness, must be!

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