Hooray for non posts.
It's not uncommon during MoFo for bloggers to post questionnaires; in the hope that lazy participants with nothing better to post about will fill them out and provide a reciprocal link in return.
Whilst I naturally abhor such practice; considering how horribly wrong last night's cocktail experiments went I figure that it's an excellent way to pad things out a bit.
Therefore, this one is thanks to I Eat Trees:
What is one food you thought you’d miss when you went vegan, but don’t?
What is a food or dish you wouldn’t touch as a child, but enjoy now?
Anything involving mushrooms
What vegan dish or food you feel like you should like, but don’t?
Anything involving most vegetables
What beverage do you consume the most of on any given day?
What dish are you famous for making or bringing to gatherings?
Do you have any self-imposed food rules (like no food touching on the plate or no nuts in sweets)?
What’s one food or dish you tend to eat too much of when you have it in your home?
Pizza - sometimes several times a week.
What ingredient or food do you prefer to make yourself despite it being widely available prepackaged?
Pesto. It's piss easy to make and always tastes better fresh.
What ingredient or food is worth spending the extra money to get the good stuff?
Balsamic Vinegar (last bottle was ~£15)
Are you much of a snacker? What are your favorite snacks?
Absolutely: cake, biscuits, chocolates, dried fruit
What are your favorite vegan pizza toppings?
Sundried tomato paste, pepper antipasti, pesto, artichoke, fake cheese
What is your favorite vegetable? Fruit?
What is the best salad dressing?
What is your favorite thing to put on toasted bread?
What kind of soup do you most often turn to on a chilly day or when you aren’t feeling your best?
Pizza. Honestly, why would anyone turn to soup?
What is your favorite cupcake flavor? Frosting flavor?
What is your favorite kind of cookie?
White chocolate & macadamia
What is your most-loved weeknight meal?
What is one dish or food you enjoy, but can’t get anyone else in your household to eat?
Living alone has its benefits :)
How long, in total, do you spend in the kitchen on an average day?
About 30 minutes
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