I love cabbage, too!
My favourite style is the Austrian style that is prepared similar to spinach, coarsely chopped and boiled.
Also, most of these recipes sound awesome once veganized:
I think most people eat fruit yoghurt as it tastes quite delicious and has less calories than icecream.
Alpro is really very nice in Europe (my personal impression is that you would be very hard pressed to distinguish it from dairy yoghurt in a blind test), but there are other manufacturers as...
I am not filled with hope, after experiencing the effect that advertisements and bad-mouthing by the press had on Labour in the recent UK election...
I am divided here - on one hand, I agree with @Snert .
Better he be gone today than tomorrow, and any way will be appreciated.
On the other hand, I want him to experience the US prison system to the fullest possible extent once his term in office and his immunity are over.
That reminds me of the Steve McQueen classic, "Le Mans".
Or, quite recently, the very good movie "Rush" about the rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda.
Ah, the good old times.
I fondly remember "GRANOLA - Vegetarian discussion list" on LISTSERV or Usenet, don't exactly remember which, and that I printed (on continuous A3 printer paper) tomes of vegetarian recipes from that. Must have been around 1993.
Last time I traveled there, there was the "Visa Waiver" program in place. Don't know if that still exists.
But the problem is, if you do not need a visa, however, the 10 people in front of you do, and the border guard needs to check them, then you have to wait as well.
Sorry to hear about your experiences, I have transferred there many times and so far have no bad experiences.
But as I mentioned, whenever I was traveling with a colleague from Malaysia, and accompanied them on the travel through customers, I longingly eyed the short and quick queues at the...
Welcome to the reality that people from outside of Europe have been facing all the time.
When I was living in Asia, whenever I was traveling with Asian colleagues and using the same line they used, I often experienced that.
If in the "Non-EU-Citizens" line in front of you there is a traveler...
My personal experience is they work fine to keep the wine for a day or two, if I do not consume the whole bottle in one go.
(I decant some of the wine and vacuum the rest of it immediately)
Not longer, however.
I am using vacuum "wine savers" ... they consist of rubber corks with valves in them and a corresponding pump with which you can evacuate the air from the bottle. There are two versions, a vacuum version for wine, and a pressure version for sparkling vine.