What were the beans like? real oily past 2nd crack, slight oil in between cracks, no oil just past first crack!
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Able... well I suppose physically unable folks might get a pass as long as a true willingness exists. But it's hard to say 'I am willing to kill this animal' and really mean it if you are never presented with the opportunity. Doesn't have to be a pig, could be a chicken. even catching a fish is good. It's the awareness that this being is alive and vital and because of your choices and actions it will no longer be that. If you buy a piece of cow in a styrofoam container you have still caused it's death but you have not experienced that death in a real way.Like I said, I understand the sentiment. I just think it is an unrealistic expectation. Plus I think you can have the awareness and appreciation that you are eating something that was once alive without actually having to kill it yourself.
If you are too squeamish to kill an animal then maybe you should reexamine your feelings about eating them. That is actually my point. I think that alot of folks who eat meat would not if they had to kill an animal themselves. The idea that it is moral to eat and animal but not to kill one is strange.
BBQ and smoking is so intriguing. however as a vegetarian I can't justify buyng a smoker or anything unless...
What are some non-meat things y'all bbq or smoke?
I've smoked tofu before. It was pretty tasty. I like to "brine" or soak the tofu in soy sauce or some other salty solution for 30 minutes or an hour then throw it in the weber to smoke at 250 for an hour or 2. Get's nice a firm and tastes great.
good call, I love smoked tofu coated with chopped pistachios and grilled briefly. sliced on salad with olives and egg salda nicouce.. nicoise... whatever, you get the idea. damn french (the language not the country).
Looks awesome phil!
Did you use file powder?