from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. Informal To engage in relaxing or passive activities. Often used with out.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. vegetarian
- n. vegetable.
- v. to vegetate; to engage in complete inactivity; to rest
- n. A unit of subjective weight, equivalent to the perceived weight of lifting 100 grams.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. edible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers or nonsweet fruits of any of numerous herbaceous plant
Fine hand chopping of the veg is also an option. but I'd try the food processor anyway, if I was short on time and/or grinderless.
Living off of the veg is fine and all, however I cannot imagine a life without BBQ sauce.
Its the same method, the only veg is the sweet potato and onion and the spice is ginger only, but at the end, after blending you add (heavy) cream, tamari, maple syrup and lime juice.
I've already harvested and cleaned the herbs, prepped the aliums, and done the root veg from a kitchen chair.
The only thing you can do about the woody toughness of this veg is simmering, prior to peeling of course!
I made it yesterday with a smaller shoulder than in the recipe, so we have enough to make in to a curry (with the liquid and veg from the same dish) tonight.
Even if you don’t think going veg is morally required (as I don’t), buy eco & humanely raised meat. this too creates a culture where animal welfare and enviro concerns are seen as important and economically supports a network of farms and businesses that are a positive alternative to the nightmare that is factory farming.
JungMee hehe the mountain root veg is called “gosari” – it’s fern brakes!
Well dees a veg aka vegitarian (ms) what a dumb ass all she'll do is throw it up later so why eat at all.
She deserves a real vacation, where she can just "veg", and re-resource herself ... without super critical cameras and commentators juding her every breath.
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