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Islay | 16:08 Mon 08th Jan 2018 | Food & Drink
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I am doing a Burns night dinner (at the dining table with linen napkins!)
But one of the guests is Vegan.
Any recipe ideas that would fit in with the theme for the evening.
Thank you for your help.

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Hi Isley, I found this.. https://icookvegan.wordpress.com/2011/01/23/a-vegan-burns-supper-includes-vegan-haggis-clootie-dumpling/
16:13 Mon 08th Jan 2018
You can buy vegetarian haggis
But is it vegan, hc?
The recipe is
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Yes I had thought of that but was not sure if it was vegan!
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The butter and the egg would have to come out. Not sure if the veggie casing is vegan but I could find something else to cook it in
Leave the egg out and use a casing like this one:
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You could always suggest BYO and you could heat it up. That would avoid any mistakes.
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Eleena - thank you so much that gives me the whole meal - as my pud was deffo not vegan either!!
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Aye Douglas I could but that's not very polite really.
My mate has been dating this young lady for 4 months and he is keen to bring her and as he is a very good friend I am of course more than happy but don't want her to feel left out or to eat something totally different than the rest of us.
You're welcome, thank you.
Surely the whole point of Burns Night supper is a proper haggis. Why would a vegan accept an invitation? I would ask/tell him/her to bring their own substitute.
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duddlydo please see my previous answer!
Isn't hospitality a part of good manners Diddly?
“Some hae meat and canna eat,
And some wad eat that want it,
But we hae meat and we can eat,
And sae the Lord be thankit.”
Islay - your latest post wasn't there when I sent mine! I still think vegans should not be pandered to though.
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Aye Douglas - can you come up with a vegan alternative for me?
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Well good manners and being a good hostess I wish to make my guest feel welcome!
Your guest will be thrilled to be catered for so warmly - a true sign of hospitality.

Hope it all goes well.

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