Thursday, October 16, 2008

bring me a scramblery!



sometimes i don't feel like cooking. to cover my vegan bases i'll get an amy's entree if it's on sale. you have to read the label to make sure it's vegan--but all vegans know this, right? it cleared. i heated it, i ate it. it was satisfactory. the hashbrowns were not crispy crunchy, but hell--what was i expecting from a frozen dinner? the tofu scramble did the job of making me not hungry, but i wouldn't describe it as delicious. more like suitable. grade=C+ sorry to be so harsh. the amy's dish i do like (but can no longer have to my dismay) is her meatless loaf, potatoes, and gravy. why? honey. who the fuck puts honey in meatloaf and gravy?

MOFO assignment: i know you're lazy, so don't even try to tell me you aren't. gimme a review of a vegan frozen meal or suggest one for me the next time i feel like worshipping my microwave.

1 comment:

vegannifer said...

I used to eat that meatloaf meal all the time - the one with peas and corn on the side? Anyway, I'm glad to hear that I can no longer eat it because it has honey. I'm glad because it gives further validation to me continuing not to purchase this meal when I stopped purchasing it in the first place because I have a last-meal-before-a-stomach-flu connection to it. Bleck.