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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustin Dorsey View Post
    Can a moderator please move this from the Barbecue area?
    Some may have missed the "wink" emoji. That's why I always use the "grin" emoji. Wait...they almost look identical!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Allingham View Post
    Some may have missed the "wink" emoji. That's why I always use the "grin" emoji. Wait...they almost look identical!
    I guess I don't switch between text and graphics fast enough. When looking at pictures I tend to ignore the words; when reading I tend to ignore the pictures, especially the really small ones that old eyes have a lot of trouble with. Never even noticed the emoji.

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    Sorry, Jay! I honestly was kidding.
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    We have a vegan in law in our family. I don't think there would be an issue with smoke per se, but there is an issue if it's smoked on a grate that also had cooked meat, possibly the smoker itself. Same with a pan. Same point as Rick above. I'd give it a go if it was something that sounded good to them.
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    Gee, Cliff that seems a little rough, the grill or smoker I can almost understand but, a PAN!? Good grief they get washed, they must, I've seen your feast pictures, work like that from a dirty pan come!
    I had not thought about Rick’s point of the extra rack.
    I mentioned having the vegetarians to a little thing with another friend who has a list of food allergies as long as your arm and now I think I’ve made an error in judgement with that particular guest list, she is really restricted, no fowl,corn, any form of the allium family, seafood of any kind, ad nauseum.
    Compared to her a vegetarian feast is easy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff Bartlett View Post
    but there is an issue if it's smoked on a grate that also had cooked meat, possibly the smoker itself. Same with a pan. Same point as Rick above. I'd give it a go if it was something that sounded good to them.
    Did I miss something? I already spoke to that issue in post # 3 by using a basket. UNLESS the issue is that the aroma of freshly smoked pork/beef being carried on the updraft carries some sort of "je ne sais quoi"
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    I had no idea that some vegans are that extreme.
    Guess they would never kiss a meat eater either.

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    Keep in mind that some people keep SEPARATE sets of dishes and utensils for meat, another totally separate set for dairy, etc. (for religious reasons). People believe what they believe. They don't think it's irrational to do so. It's normal for them.
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    I remember watching an episode of chopped with a vegan chef upset because one ingredient was honey. The showrunners hadn't even thought of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Len Dennis View Post
    UNLESS the issue is that the aroma of freshly smoked pork/beef being carried on the updraft carries some sort of "je ne sais quoi"
    That's exactly the issue Len. Not with me however. I think the entire concept is ridiculous. I do try to understand the beliefs and preferences of others though and accommodate them if the need arises, especially family.
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