Hundred list…

Ok, I couldn’t resist. Here goes! This is supposed to be a vegan 100 list, which I saw on Veggie Girl’s site (and many others) but many of the things are animal based, so color me confused. I counted something whether I had the meat based version or the vegan one. I was surprised that I’d tried so many, given all my allergies. If you’d like to do it, here are the instructions:

1) Copy this list into your own blog, including these instructions.

2) Bold all the items you’ve eaten.

3) Cross out any items that you would never consider eating.

4) Post a comment here once you’ve finished and link your post back to this one.

5) Pass it on!

1. Natto
2. Green Smoothie
3. Tofu Scramble allergic
4. Haggis um…no.
5. Mangosteen Hopefully soon!
6. Creme brulee
7. Fondue
8. Marmite/Vegemite
9. Borscht I think so…not sure.
10. Baba ghanoush
11. Nachos
12. Authentic soba noodles
Super yummy. Yay buckwheat!
13. PB&J sandwich seriously? who hasn’t eaten pbj?
14. Aloo gobi
15. Taco from a street cart
16. Boba Tea
17. Black truffle allergic
18. Fruit wine made from something other than grapes
19. Gyoza
20. Vanilla ice cream
21. Heirloom tomatoes
22. Fresh wild berries
23. Ceviche
24. Rice and beans
25. Knish -heck, I’m a jew from NY, whaddya expect?
26. Raw scotch bonnet pepper
27. Dulce de leche one of my very favorite drool foods from my years in CA
28. Caviar
29. Baklava probably the last non-gf food I’ve made. I miss making these and I miss eating them even more!
30. Pate
31. Wasabi peas—which I promply spit out, so I’m not sure if that counts
32. Chowder in a sourdough bowl do I get extra points for eating my chowda in Boston?
33. Mango lassi love these…
34. Sauerkraut
35. Root beer float
36. Mulled cider =I make some every year
37. Scones with buttery spread and jam
38. Vodka jelly
39. Gumbo
I make an amazing gumbo, if I do say so myself.
40. Fast food french fries – I still occasionally have a few when I can find them GF
41. Raw Brownies
42. Fresh Garbanzo Beans
43. Dahl
44. Homemade Soymilk allergic
45. Wine from a bottle worth £60/$120 or more-wine is wasted on me. Double for expensive wine.
46. Stroopwafle
47. Samosas
48. Vegetable Sushi
49. Glazed doughnut
50. Seaweed
51. Prickly pear- I plan to have one very soon!
52. Umeboshi allergic
53. Tofurkey allergic
54. Sheese
ok, I miss cheese and all, but fake cheese scares me.
55. Cotton candy
56. Gnocchi
57. Piña colada
58. Birch beer
59. Scrapple um, no. just no.
60. Carob chips
61. S’mores!
62. Soy curls allergic
63 Chickpea cutlets
64. Curry
65. Durian
66. Homemade Sausages
67. Churros, elephant ears, or funnel cake—and then I promptly went on one of those rides that go upside down and let’s just say all didn’t end well.
68. Smoked tofu-years ago at Moosewood. One of the only ways I liked tofu.
69. Fried plantain—me gusta mucho!
70. Mochi
71. Gazpacho
72. Warm chocolate chip cookies – warm is the best way to eat a cookie, in my opinion
73. Absinthe
74. Corn on the cob
75. Whipped cream, straight from the can I think I had it more straight from a can than any other way!
76. Pomegranate–let’s just put it this way, I have to schedule teeth cleanings at the end of pom season because I have so many pom stains.
77. Fauxstess Cupcake
78. Mashed potatoes with gravy
79. Jerky
80. Croissants
81. French onion soup
82. Savory crepes
83. Tings
84. A meal at Candle 79
85. Moussaka –
86. Sprouted grains or seeds
87. Macaroni and “cheese”
88. Flowers
89. Matzoh ball soup
90. White chocolate
91. Seitanallergic
92. Kimchi
93. Butterscotch chips
94. Yellow watermelon I’ve even grown one!
95. Chili with chocolate
96. Bagel and Tofuttiallergic
97. Potato milk
98. Polentaallergic
99. Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee
100. Raw cookie dough heck yeah!

About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.
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14 Responses to Hundred list…

  1. Ricki says:

    Cool–see you’ve tried quite a few! I think the animal-based names were supposed to be “vegan versions” (eg., vegan haggis–which actually sounded good to me!). 🙂

  2. VeggieGirl says:

    Hooray!! So glad that you participated with this list 🙂

  3. Ricki,
    I’m sure you’re right about vegan versions. I tend to shy away from imitation versions of foods, especially when the concept of the “real thing” (i.e. haggis) is so creepy IMHO. Sorry haggis fans.

    So please enlighten me, my vegan friends…what is in vegan haggis?

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  5. Kim says:

    I participated! I love stuff like this. 🙂 So fun!

  6. Shellyfish says:

    You’ve really tried alot of these! I need to do this list…

  7. sea says:

    Fun list! Now, I am quite confused about the whole vegan haggis thing. Isn’t that kind of like, vegan veal? Urm, right. And the caviar? Although… I have some very vague memory of GF veggie caviar at Costco one time, so maybe that’s not so far fetched.

    you haven’t tried mochi??? grainnaissance (undoubtedly misspelled) has a brown rice mochi that is very good.


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  9. Kay says:

    You don’t want to try scrapple?! It’s one of my faves. We used to have it every Christmas morning when I was growing up. Without the pork scraps, it’s just fried mush. Not the same. Allergic to corn now. I’ll miss scrapple!

  10. Sea,
    I do eat rice, but seldom. It gives me a tummy ache. So I haven’t explored mochi.

    I’m not really sure what scrapple is, but I grew up not eating pork so it’s very icky IMHO. Who knows, maybe I’m missing out!

  11. Kay says:

    I think scrapple is a German dish. It’s white corn mush (kind of like polenta) with scraps of salty pork in the mix. You slice and fry it like mush, and dip it (before each bite) in maple syrup. If you’re off corn, no scrapple for you!

    I grew my own sorghum this year. I hope to coarse-grind some and see if it will work like corn in some of the dishes I miss. Scrapple would be a good test.

    I did some internet research to find out how to harvest the sorghum. In Africa, they pile the sorgum on a road and drive over and over it with cars. Then they pull out the stalks and scoop up the grains. I won’t be doing it that way. LOL!

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  13. Absinthe says:

    I am very happy that I found your blog. Keep up the good work.

  14. street taco says:

    it’s all about #15

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