Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Errr, Well, Probably Not...

...particularly as it isn't actually real sushi, but 'vegetarian sushi'.



Anna’s “Fully Loaded” teriyaki sushi burrito is stuffed with sweet potato wedges, avocado, red pepper, and imitation chicken made out of soybeans.
But you knock yourself out, love.

The fact that when I browse the 'eat by today!' section of reduced-price food in most major supermarkets it's increasingly crammed with unsold vegan and vegetarian marked stuff should be no bar to your schemes.

7 comments:

Michael said...

I've never understood why vegans, and also some veggies seem to desire anything which actually resembles meat.

If they despise it all so much, then why can't they go and design their own sort of grub, and leave normal people to their own ideals!


staybryte said...

I have to wonder if these people have any children of their own, and if so what they feed them.

Anonymous said...

So the 'right on' crowd want to give children Mexican flavoured Japanese food (literal translation of sushi is 'vinegar rice') to eat. Apart from the oh so cultural appropriation - the punishment of which would be death by beating if the SJW$ had their way - such a meal would be bland, boring, and end up in the bin.
Tell the Food Gestapo to get stuffed (with vegetables).
Penseivat

ivan said...

sweet potato wedges, avocado, red pepper, and imitation chicken

And I thought that Sushi required vinegared rice wrapped round fish and maybe tropical fruits definitely not artificial chicken.

Is it the lack of essential vitamins through not eating meat that causes vegans to be so stupid?

Ted Treen said...

What in God's name is wrong with a goodly plate of sausages, eggs, beans & chips? Brown sauce recommended, but optional for non-epicures.

Just Trevor said...

Is it the lack of essential vitamins through not eating meat that causes vegans to be so stupid?

Or is it being stupid that causes people to become vegan? The jury might be out for some time on that one.

JuliaM said...

"I've never understood why vegans, and also some veggies seem to desire anything which actually resembles meat."

Me neither. Used to buy vegetarian 'bacon' for a friend. *shudders*

"...such a meal would be bland, boring, and end up in the bin."

Like most of Sainsbury's new vegan range ends up on the 'must sell today' section?