@ProtoDrew Thanks for making a very accessible recipe website. As someone with a hard time reading small caps, I would however appreciate if you could bring the description text's size a bit larger
@Arteneko will do! Gimme 20 min
@Arteneko check it now and let me know what you think!
@ProtoDrew thanks a lot, it's much more readable now.
@Arteneko awesome! If you see anything else that needs addressing lmk.
@ProtoDrew I noticed there's a recipe in there that uses parmesan. I thought food not bombs was supposed to be vegetarian?
@soy_milk cheese is vegetarian just not vegan right?
@ProtoDrew it depends on the cheese. there is usually information on the brand of whether they use microbial rennet or rennet derived from the stomach lining of dead animals, but parmesan in particular pretty much ALWAYS has animal rennet in it
@soy_milk oh yea the one I used was microbial. I intentionally chose the vegetarian variant.
@ProtoDrew ngl i could use some of that shit could you link me up if it's on amazon or smth 👀
@soy_milk I got mine from my local HEB. Depending on where you are it might make sense to make it yourself.
There are 4 more major recipes and 5 incredibly simple ones on the way.
@ProtoDrew you rule
@decentral1se thanks! I'll also reach out to friends in other chapters and ask them to give me their recipes. But these plus the next few are ones I developed myself after about a year of tinkering
@GwenfarsGarden awesome! Let me know what you think
@ProtoDrew @food-not-bombs-recipes maybe you could bundle them in a cookbook if you have some more? So far I know of "Hungry for peace" http://foodnotbombs.net/new_site/hungry_for_peace.php and "The Anarchist Teapot Guide to Mass Catering" http://eco-action.org/teapot/publications.htm and food4qaction but that's german only: https://food4action.noblogs.org/tips-und-trix/ I love to extend my collection :)
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