Do you prefer chinese food regular or vegetarian?

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Do you prefer chinese food regular or vegetarian?

Lavender420 Lavender420
I make extremely delicious vegetarian/vegan chinese food and am wondering if any of you have tried it, or if any of you cook it! And which is "better?"
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MEAT!!!
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Veggie for sure
- Kira - , BobbiJay , padmeamidala , Rossie , Llewey , MeliPixie , Ghost , Mirachaya , LAndJ , ghalik , deltalima , Gone (LD29) , falalena , His scarlett , Noelle , twelve13
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No preference really, chinese good isn't the best...
Total votes: 51 (45 voters)
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02/20/2012
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- Kira - - Kira -
Since I'm a vegetarian, I always get the veggie options. I can't really say if it's better because I haven't had meat in so many years that I have forgotten what it tastes like.
02/20/2012
BobbiJay BobbiJay
I am not a vegetarian but it just tastes better.
02/20/2012
js250 js250
I love the chicken and seafood options.
02/20/2012
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
I have to have my boneless spare ribs and pork fried rice.
02/20/2012
padmeamidala padmeamidala
Quote:
Originally posted by Lavender420
I make extremely delicious vegetarian/vegan chinese food and am wondering if any of you have tried it, or if any of you cook it! And which is "better?"
Veggie
02/20/2012
Rossie Rossie
I love to eat vegetarian chinese food served at a proper chinese vegetarian ONLY restaurant, since the food they cook are totally different from the vegetarian food regular chinese places serve, sad thing is there's not many of those around.
02/20/2012
sarahswallows sarahswallows
Quote:
Originally posted by Lavender420
I make extremely delicious vegetarian/vegan chinese food and am wondering if any of you have tried it, or if any of you cook it! And which is "better?"
I could not survive as a vegetarian
02/20/2012
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I've never even really heard of vegetarian chinese food
02/20/2012
EdenJP EdenJP
Quote:
Originally posted by Lavender420
I make extremely delicious vegetarian/vegan chinese food and am wondering if any of you have tried it, or if any of you cook it! And which is "better?"
Meat
02/20/2012
MeliPixie MeliPixie
I voted for both because I simply cannot choose! *dies* Now I want Chinese food, thanks! XP
02/20/2012
Ghost Ghost
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Originally posted by - Kira -
Since I'm a vegetarian, I always get the veggie options. I can't really say if it's better because I haven't had meat in so many years that I have forgotten what it tastes like.
This applies to me as well. I've been a vegetarian for 25 years and so.. I only eat vegetarian food. However, most Chinese restaurants will use chicken fat even in their "veggie" dishes. Just so you know.
02/21/2012
Woman China Woman China
I have to say that I refuse to eat Chinese Food in North America.

But here in China??? Oh dear lord. Thank goodness I live in China and can eat seafood dishes, veggie dishes, meat dishes (MMM!!! Mongolian deer and lamb over the fire in the grasslands are just... mouthwateringly swoon in foodgasms)... and street food is my favourite.
02/21/2012
Woman China Woman China
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
This applies to me as well. I've been a vegetarian for 25 years and so.. I only eat vegetarian food. However, most Chinese restaurants will use chicken fat even in their "veggie" dishes. Just so you know.
Or that chicken broth mix? I don't know what it is called exactly, but they use that for flavourings and to keep the "freshness" of the veggies. And many also use fish oil rather than veggie oil.
02/21/2012
tern tern
I like a lot of veggie dishes, but being as my favourite Chinese dishes are Duck Rice Noodle Soup, Chicken with Lobster Sauce, and Dry Fried Squid, I think I'm going on the side of the omnivore this time, as I tend to. I eat a lot more veggies than meat, but I still like it.
03/02/2012
ksparkles16 ksparkles16
I love chicken fried rice and lemon chicken! meat for me!
03/02/2012
Marcianpro Marcianpro
Quote:
Originally posted by Lavender420
I make extremely delicious vegetarian/vegan chinese food and am wondering if any of you have tried it, or if any of you cook it! And which is "better?"
I'm not a vegetarian, but I do love chinese food
03/17/2012
hillys hillys
I like vegetarian, but for Chineese I love meat in it.
03/20/2012
brevado brevado
Try to avoid the fried chicken dishes, but otherwise I'm all about the meat.
07/10/2012
Mirachaya Mirachaya
Try sesame tofu, it's quite delicious!
07/11/2012
hybridinsurge hybridinsurge
I prefer it with chicken.
07/14/2012
princessss princessss
I always go for chicken. I always wanna try to do vegetarian cause its healthier but it just never happens. Lol.
07/14/2012
LAndJ LAndJ
I've been vegetarian for most of my life.
07/14/2012
bdan bdan
seafood
09/03/2012
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
I like both the meat dishes and the vegetarian dishes. I love Chinese food pretty much any way I can get it.
01/08/2013
GONE! GONE!
Either way, I don't care. I just love Chinese food.
01/08/2013
fizzygato fizzygato
I kind of don't like how "meat-having" (assumed) is perceived as "regular..." Whereas veg* isn't.

I don't mind either way, but have been tending to consider veg* options more
02/09/2013
falalena falalena
Quote:
Originally posted by Lavender420
I make extremely delicious vegetarian/vegan chinese food and am wondering if any of you have tried it, or if any of you cook it! And which is "better?"
no preference as long as it is in my belly.
02/09/2013
Becky Lee Becky Lee
i love meat
02/09/2013
sweet&lush sweet&lush
I can't eat Chinese food without meat unless it's a crab Rangoon.
02/28/2013
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