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Mr Singhs - New vegetarian takeaway in Gants Hill

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Great !

They should add falafel, tacos, burritos, panini, soups & a range of salads

Greek Salad

Italian Pasta Salad

Corn Salad

Pasta Provencale Salad

Paneer Tikka Salad

Babycorn Pasta Salad

Caesar Feta Salad

Green Salad 

Mix Veg Salad 

Summer Macaroni Salad

Veg Fruit Fantasy Salad

Spanish Olive Salad

 

 

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There are plenty of veg snacks available in non punjabi cuisine.

Look into Gujarati, Rajasthani, Bengali, Thai, Burmese, Middle east food recipes.

Replicate or create your own fusion.

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3 hours ago, Mahakaal96 said:

I find it amusing that hardcore fanatical vegetarians who have a false sense of superiority because they are veges go to places where the food is made to look & taste like meat!! It's actually quite laughable & pathetic. It's proven that soya contains large amounts of estrogen which leads to growth of breast tissue & lowering of testosterone levels in men which has a negative effective on sperm levels & lowers masculinity. 

If your a vegetarian then stick to a healthy natural vegetarian diet of vegetables, fruits & dairy. 

And don't give it the holier than thou <banned word filter activated> to meat eaters after you've just scoffed down a soya pizza made to look & taste like meat or after munching on a fake meat Linda McCartney sausage.

 

Haha,what a loser you are.

That's like saying people who play violent video games are secret wannabe mass murders. (which, coincidentally, meat eaters actually are).

Stop trying to sound clever as you actually sound incredibly thick.  It is not the taste of meat that vegetarians object to, it is that litle thing called slaughter. So if something has not been slaughtered, its vegetarian and doesn't compromise a vegetarian's belief in anyway. These products prove to the wider world that you can be a vegetarian and not feel you are missing out on anything. Do you understand now or should I break it down for you even more?

Also the person in your display picture was a vegetarian.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Singhstah said:

Haha,what a loser you are.

That's like saying people who play violent video games are secret wannabe mass murders. (which, coincidentally, meat eaters actually are).

Stop trying to sound clever as you actually sound incredibly thick.  It is not the taste of meat that vegetarians object to, it is that litle thing called slaughter. So if something has not been slaughtered, its vegetarian and doesn't compromise a vegetarian's belief in anyway. These products prove to the wider world that you can be a vegetarian and not feel you are missing out on anything. Do you understand now or should I break it down for you even more?

Also the person in your display picture was a vegetarian.

 

 

The person in my picture didn't eat novelty pizzas & sausages made from estrogen packed ingredients that try to replicate taste of meat.... they ate a natural healthy vegetarian diet consisting of vegetables, fruits, grains & dairy. They also didn't drink tea. I have close ties to people who grew up under the guidance of Baba Ji.

if you can't see the hypocrisy of people who claim to be vege & against animal slaughter but don't mind eating food that has been deliberately made to mimick the look & taste of meat then that is your choice. What's wrong with the taste of natural vegetables & sticking to that? 

Using the playing of video games that stimulate your external senses in comparison to food that is consumed for nourishment of the body...... & I'm the thick 1.... ok 

they have non alcoholic beer available now.... might as well start drinking those.... after all it's only the intoxicating effects of alcohol that are the problem... not the taste 

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7 hours ago, Mahakaal96 said:

I find it amusing that hardcore fanatical vegetarians who have a false sense of superiority because they are veges go to places where the food is made to look & taste like meat!! It's actually quite laughable & pathetic. It's proven that soya contains large amounts of estrogen which leads to growth of breast tissue & lowering of testosterone levels in men which has a negative effective on sperm levels & lowers masculinity. 

If your a vegetarian then stick to a healthy natural vegetarian diet of vegetables, fruits & dairy. 

And don't give it the holier than thou <banned word filter activated> to meat eaters after you've just scoffed down a soya pizza made to look & taste like meat or after munching on a fake meat Linda McCartney sausage.

 

Without wanting to sound like some kind of "hardcore fanatical vegetarian", Mr Singh's do a pretty good range of food that doesn't involve "fake meat",

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1 hour ago, kcmidlands said:

Without wanting to sound like some kind of "hardcore fanatical vegetarian", Mr Singh's do a pretty good range of food that doesn't involve "fake meat",

Exactly. I'd go for the paneer variations myself. 

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2 hours ago, Mahakaal96 said:

The person in my picture didn't eat novelty pizzas & sausages made from estrogen packed ingredients that try to replicate taste of meat.... they ate a natural healthy vegetarian diet consisting of vegetables, fruits, grains & dairy. They also didn't drink tea. I have close ties to people who grew up under the guidance of Baba Ji.

if you can't see the hypocrisy of people who claim to be vege & against animal slaughter but don't mind eating food that has been deliberately made to mimick the look & taste of meat then that is your choice. What's wrong with the taste of natural vegetables & sticking to that? 

Using the playing of video games that stimulate your external senses in comparison to food that is consumed for nourishment of the body...... & I'm the thick 1.... ok 

they have non alcoholic beer available now.... might as well start drinking those.... after all it's only the intoxicating effects of alcohol that are the problem... not the taste 

There are many foods that contain hormones, and dairy and meat are the worst in that aspect. I'm not saying you should be vegan but soya (in moderation) is the least unhealthy food in comparison to meat and dairy.

I think it's meat industries that are more hypocritical by making their meat look nothing like an animal and giving names like pork, beef instead of the actual name of the animal (pig, cow).

Many people (like myself) choose to be vegetarian/vegan not for health reasons but for animals and the environment. The health part is just a bonus. 

If you are a vegetarian, I find it strange you are even trying to find a fault here. You should just be glad the restaurant is vegetarian/vegan. 

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Being a vegetarian I can attest to the affects of estrogen in soya based foods. Although I wasn't a heavy consumer of soya foods (in terms of daily consumption), I did eat a sabji made of soya mince every few weeks that may have been wonderfully tasty, but also promoted a couple of unfortunate side affects that aren't entirely conducive to a masculine image, lol. Thankfully, since completely cutting it out of my diet 5 or so years ago things on the estrogen front have been negated. Plus it use to give me kabaj but that's another matter entirely.

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26 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

Being a vegetarian I can attest to the affects of estrogen in soya based foods. Although I wasn't a heavy consumer of soya foods (in terms of daily consumption), I did eat a sabji made of soya mince every few weeks that may have been wonderfully tasty, but also promoted a couple of unfortunate side affects that aren't entirely conducive to a masculine image, lol. Thankfully, since completely cutting it out of my diet 5 or so years ago things on the estrogen front have been negated. Plus it use to give me kabaj but that's another matter entirely.

Don't forget that dairy contains actual estrogen. Soy contains phytoestrogens like many other foods. Maybe it's just that every body is different but I know guys on a vegan diet that experience no negative affects from soy. 

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2 hours ago, Berserk said:

Don't forget that dairy contains actual estrogen. Soy contains phytoestrogens like many other foods. Maybe it's just that every body is different but I know guys on a vegan diet that experience no negative affects from soy. 

I would stick to organic milk from grass fed cows if I drank it . The problems with soy is if it is soyprotein isolate it behaves differently to edamame, tofu and other fermented soy products.
http://freefromharm.org/health-nutrition/vegan-doctor-addresses-soy-myths-and-misinformation/

 

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5 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

I would stick to organic milk from grass fed cows if I drank it . The problems with soy is if it is soyprotein isolate it behaves differently to edamame, tofu and other fermented soy products.
http://freefromharm.org/health-nutrition/vegan-doctor-addresses-soy-myths-and-misinformation/

I understand it :-) I personally gave up dairy a while back and my health improved considerably. Not going back even if it is organic. 

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1 minute ago, Berserk said:

I understand it :-) I personally gave up dairy a while back and my health improved considerably. Not going back even if it is organic. 

my body told me to pack it a while ago , so I only have occasionally, in degh plus I noted that there was a definite difference between organic and non for my kids health , all that antibiotics got to go somewhere I guess. 

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