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    03-16-2017, 07:13 PM
    I would say it does not. I'm not vegan though -- I don't eat meat for religious reasons, so my reasons are different. Some vegans believe that lab meat is vegan. I don't think muscle tissue counts as having a meatless diet. I think lab meat is unnecessary because meat is unnecessary for human health, but if animals weren't killed for it, I think it's a great option for those who eat meat and want to harm animals less. However, this lab meat is grown in fetal bovine serum, so cows in the fetal stages of growth had to be killed for it, which to me is the same as if they were adult cows. If I ate that, not only would it feel like eating my own arm as any meat would, it would also feel like eating abortions.
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    03-09-2017, 11:38 PM
    My wife wrote the recipes. :)
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    03-09-2017, 11:32 PM
    As a religious person, I try not to harm God's precious creation, especially His most beloved animal, the mother cow -- we were given dominion over her, so we should protect her from harm. Also, soy is healthy and I do not see any reason not to consume soy, gluten, or carbohydrates. Carbs help the brain. I have created a thread to help those with a religious diet: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?508472-Tasty-meatless-recipes
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    03-09-2017, 11:26 PM
    Here are some easy and delicious protein-laden recipes for those who have religious diets or are looking to reduce consumption of animals. Feel free to add MSG to any of them. Mexican rice style Quinoa Ingredients: 1 cup quinoa 1 cup water 1 6 oz. can tomato paste + can of water 1 tbl. butter (or vegetable oil) 1 tbl. chili powder
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    03-09-2017, 10:44 PM
    Negative rep comment: "Fudge packer" by agitator http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?508359-Americans-having-less-sex-than-they-once-did&p=6430100#post6430100 Sir, do you have a problem that you would like to discuss publicly? I do not understand your point. Please explain further so that I might better understand things from your point of view, kind sir. I would prefer to understand things from more perspectives.
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    03-09-2017, 09:31 PM
    My wife and I are putting some recipes we use together (mostly whole food recipes), probably in either a new thread somewhere or in the "what's for dinner" thread. We consider seitan, tofu, tempeh, veggie burgers and other so-called "meat replacements" to be real food, because they're just grains, beans, or vegetables mixed together. Seitan is just vital wheat gluten from wheat flour mixed with water, so it's basically super high protein bread with a thick texture. Tofu is just fermented soybeans. Tempeh is again just fermented soy. I don't consider that processed food; you can buy vital wheat gluten and mix it with water youself. Those things are mostly for convenience for quick meals, and we really only need rice, beans, and vegetables to thrive (and to follow the commandment not to kill). But you don't need tofu, seitan, or tempeh to easily go without meat, it's just a nice convenience. P.S. in case it wasn't clear to others, soy fights cancer and doesn't reduce libido, and gluten is a good protein source. Also meat is not needed for humans regardless of location, and food without meat is incredibly delicious.
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    03-07-2017, 11:25 PM
    I don't eat eggs. My diet is also religious, as I came to follow Vaishnavism. I consider poultry, fish, and seafood to be meat. I have lots of dairy and beans, but there is protein in everything including vegetables, and we only need around 45g/day or so roughly, so it's easy to get more than enough. There is plenty in milk, cheese, yogurt, kefir, quesadillas, pizza, pasta, lasagna, quinoa, refried bean (pinto/black)/black bean/tvp/boca crumble burritos, veggie burgers, dal, paneer, falafel, hummus, seitan, grilled cheese, mac and cheese, dirty rice & tvp or boca crumbles, boca crumbles with taco seasoning and queso, boca crumbles and cheese in a sub, tofu cooked in ghee with thick cheddar slice as breakfast sandwich, nuts, all sorts of beans, and more. I know some recipes too if you want. At this point, I find these foods more delicious, and meat appears rather unappetizing, especially since it isn't needed. Cliff bars have good protein, and whey protein is considered the best for building muscle.
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    03-07-2017, 10:46 PM
    This seems to be about the true definition of 'cultural meme' which is "an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture" rather than the Internet definition of meme which actually means 'image macro' or an image with text. I could be wrong though. Either way it doesn't look good.
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    03-07-2017, 10:34 PM
    I've not had meat for 14 years and my libido is annoyingly high. So I wish that myth about soy and libido were true. But it is unfortunately not true. I kind of wonder if it increases libido at this point.
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    03-07-2017, 09:44 PM
    I eat marinated, grilled, or fried slabs of tofu for dinner often and I think life would be easier if the myths about soy and libido were true.
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