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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Doggy Bag: Seitan Worship

Posted By on Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 6:11 PM

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Our favorite morsel from the blogs.

Vegan uprising!: Can we admit that vegans scare us without sounding like some knuckle-drag broham? No doubt it's a fear traceable to the terror enzymes pigs and veal calves release into their loin chops muscles amid the raw horror of the abbatoir, but still: mrpenguino's rant today at Vegansaurus ain't helpin'. We're not totally sure what it's about, except that Weird Fish seems to have 86'd seitan "fish" 'n' chips from its menu, and replaced it with some kind of tropical fruit salad. Taste the rage of mrpenguino (after the jump):

Sorry, I'm all about fostering open communications and being awesome about local restaurants with vegan options but FUCK YOU, WEIRD FISH. You cannot giveth fried seitan and then taketh away. Oh and replace it with a shaved papaya salad. You can shaved papaya GO TO HELL-A. That doesn't even make sense but I AM SO MAD RIGHT NOW.
And lest you think mrpenguino's going AK all by herself (yeah, she's a girl), check out the reader comments. Dudes: It's cashew-milk smoothie chill time.

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