Which looks more appetizing (By SuperSaiyanGod2 MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper StarDiamondBronze Crown 2 years ago)

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SuperSaiyanGod2 says Both are extremely appetizing foods with tremendous amounts of nutrients such as proteins, vitamins and minerals with very low amounts of saturated fats. And no animals had to suffer or die to create this fantastic dish!

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    1 year ago
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    CatIover FemaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from New Jersey, United States
    I love pasta
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    2 years ago
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    Snackpack Gold MedalSuper Star from California, United States
    Without the tofu and peanut butter sauce
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    2 years ago
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    The_Owl MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Michigan, United States
    I've tried A and it tasted like third-world building materials. Not a fan. Give me a real Five Guys or In-and-Out double cheeseburger. B has *some* potential.
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    2 years ago
    ico
    MikeyR6544 MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Virginia, United States
    both look like hentai
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    2 years ago
    ico +1
    Both sh*t though
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    2 years ago
    ico
    do they look good to you?
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    2 years ago
    ico
    A does sort of. a bowl of earth worms mixed with some olive oil looks more appetizing than B
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    2 years ago
    ico
    lmfao
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    2 years ago
    ico
    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    Both would significantly benefit from some cheese. A wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't pretending to be a burger. As far as I'm concerned, a REAL burger is defined as a patty of RED meat (not those pathetic poultry substitutes) on a bun with or without toppings. Anything else that is in a patty form on a bun that calls itself a burger is just a poser. If A would be honest and call itself a sandwich I'd actually probably at least give it a try because I've had good tofu before (it was deep fried and well seasoned). And B actually sounds like it would be better off as a side dish than a meal, but I'd probably pair it with a nice juicy black angus beef burger, just past medium rare and with as much toppings as there is burger patty. I'm not actually against ALL vegan food, just the ones that pretend to have meat in them (or at least an actual meat is in the name of the dish without a suffix attached to the meat's name to indicate that it is absent from it). In fact I've actually enjoyed a few meals that were completely vegan, but not enough to give up meat and dairy.
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    2 years ago
    ico
    There are some non dairy cheeses out there so I guess you could put cheese on there. And if you want to increase your heart disease risk by 18% continue to eat your red meat trash
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    2 years ago
    ico +1
    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    I've tried several vegan cheese products and have yet to find one that doesn't taste terrible, and that's coming from someone who really enjoys the taste of Limburger cheese. As far as the 18% increase thing, I'm pretty sure that number goes down a bit if you (at least mostly) avoid processed meat, plus despite me being a regular on this site and having a full time job, I actually get a fair bit of exercise that also lowers the risk of heart disease.
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    2 years ago
    ico
    People who eat meat in general whether processed or not will still have a much higher risk of diabetes and heart disease. Vegans who are sedentary still have a lower heart disease risk than meat eaters who are active and exercise.
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    2 years ago
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    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    For me, enjoying a much wider variety of foods that includes meat and dairy is worth the risk, and I've never heard of a sedentary vegan, because most of them are health nuts. I seriously doubt that more than a small handful of vegans are the way they are JUST for the sake of animals and the environment.
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    2 years ago
    ico
    Well you're right when there are vegan that aren't just vegans to help animals and the environment. Lots of them go vegan because they have health problems like cancer or high blood pressure and vegan diets have been proven time and time again to lower risks of those conditions. Vegan diets are superior because they are the best for our health and longevity while animal based diets do the complete opposite.
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    2 years ago
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    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    The main reason that it seems like vegans live longer is due to so many people who eat meat consuming processed meat which is obviously less healthy than unprocessed meat, and the fact that people who are vegan are health nuts in general meaning that they tend to do other things that are healthy. The statistics of life expectancy between the two is greatly widened in difference due to these factors, and so much less from the consumption of meat and dairy in general.
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    2 years ago
    ico
    Meat, Dairy, Eggs have high cholesterol and saturated fats whether they are processed or not. Vegetarians don't eat meat but still eat cheese, and eggs etc. But vegans still live longer than vegetarians
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    2 years ago
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    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    Just because it's higher than fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and fungus that you people live off of, doesn't mean it's going to be the death of someone for enjoying it now and then. Seriously. Also, people who eat a strict vegan diet are often lacking in certain essential nutrients http://www.thesweetbeet.com/vegan-diet/ it's a lot more effort than most are willing to put into their diet to make up for what they are lacking just because they refuse to eat animal products. Neither system is perfect but honestly I'd prefer the one with an easier source of those nutrients that would otherwise have to come from a specialty store that is usually overpriced, if I wasn't getting said nutrition from eating food with a bit more fat and cholesterol in it as I can eat other foods with it to counter the negative effects of it. Even if it doesn't completely negate the negative effects of consuming meat and dairy, it's still better in my opinion than caving to your food fascism diet. I like my food freedom even if it has risks that come with it. It's like I always say, going vegan is a big missed steak.
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    2 years ago
    ico
    They both look gross
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    2 years ago
    ico
    disgusting
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    2 years ago
    ico
    how about actually TRYING them first then make that judgement
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    2 years ago
    ico
    i don't like onions, i've never had tofu, i don't like grilled vegetables or pasta....i don't see how combining these things i don't like will somehow make a double negative and actually taste good.
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    2 years ago
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    MustaKrakish Gold MedalGold TrophySuper Star from Pennsylvania, United States
    Tofu is one of those things that isn't as bad if you season it well and cook it (fried and crispy is the best way imo). If you just try it plain and cold without any alterations to it such as seasoning or cooking if you might be turned off to it. Just be sure to avoid the fermented form that comes in jars at the Asian markets, that stuff will turn you involuntarily into a bulimic!
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    2 years ago
    ico
    You're making me hungry