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Old 04-24-2012, 01:11 PM
 
Location: Kingman AZ
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I ONLY use CANOLA oil when I need to change the OIL in my CANOLA.
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Old 07-21-2012, 07:10 PM
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Location: Giethoorn, Netherlands
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If I may ask, why vegan? I try to get my veggies, I grow a garden, I eat free-range eggs. I eschew veal because of the animal cruelty involved in raising it, but I don't get vegans. Why is cheese or eggs a bad thing?
There is unbelievable cruelty involved in the dairy and egg industries.

In dairy, cows are kept in cages their whole lives, artificially inseminated to keep them pregnant and lactating -- their babies are stolen to be killed for veal -- they're pumped full of growth hormones to make them abnormally large and antibiotics because of the illnesses from the unhealthy conditions.

In egg industry, almost everything above applies, in addition to mutilation, and since they don't want any of the eggs being accidentally fertilized, the newborn baby chicks are hand-sorted by people into male/female conveyor belts. The female conveyor belt takes the female chicks to the start of their life of misery, while the male conveyor belt leads to a mincer that grinds them to death.
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Old 07-21-2012, 07:26 PM
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Location: Giethoorn, Netherlands
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Wynn's vegan offerings have come a LONG way since the first announcement. He brought in a vegan chef to do exactly what you said in your original post, bring more creativity and "entree"-ness to the menus, and he overhauled all of the restaurants on both properties.

Here is a more recent collection of some of the menus - it is still not complete, as most of the casual dining menus are missing, but it's a great start:

http://www.visitwynn.com/documents/W...egan_Menus.pdf

I can't afford to eat at any of these places, but the dishes sure sound delicious!
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Old 07-22-2012, 10:46 AM
 
Location: The Valley of the Sun
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Wynn's vegan offerings have come a LONG way since the first announcement. He brought in a vegan chef to do exactly what you said in your original post, bring more creativity and "entree"-ness to the menus, and he overhauled all of the restaurants on both properties.

Here is a more recent collection of some of the menus - it is still not complete, as most of the casual dining menus are missing, but it's a great start:

http://www.visitwynn.com/documents/W...egan_Menus.pdf

I can't afford to eat at any of these places, but the dishes sure sound delicious!
Nice! But yes...WAY TOO EXPENSIVE for me!
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