Thursday, 5 July 2007

Shock and awe

Blimey. A meal without meat. And it's very nice too.

Red lentil and aubergine curry, in fact. This is a big thing for me. In the past, I've always said this about a vegetarian diet:

  • Salad is not food. It is food for food.

  • I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain to start regressing now.

  • If we weren't supposed to eat animals, why make them out of meat?

(Hmm. Some of these may find their way to the Guru Sooty on the desk opposite me. Locals will understand).

Anyway, whilst I haven't exactly seen the Linda McCartney light yet, perhaps this eating healthy lark needn't be absolute perjury.

1 comment:

Dean said...

I too am a devout carnivore, but the occasional meatless meal is nice too.

Sure, digging in to a 20 ounce ribeye steak with all the trimming is tasty, I can hardly move afterwards. Think of what it is doing to your arteries!

I am a big fan of Indian/Pakistani cuisine; it is as vegetarian or meat-filled as you want and very spicy/yummy regardless.


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