Before going Vegan, hotdogs and corn dogs Vintage Hotdog admit it you want to taste my wiener shirt were some of the only meat I would eat. Now that I am a friend to all animals, my hotdog looks a bit different now. Also, since I’m a health nut, this go-to hotdog is completely an H-rated fantasy dog I’ve never actually created. And since I’m sure most people can easily make a vegan hotdog nowadays with all the cool new vegan meats and cheeses, I’m going to try and stick out with this one. Here’s a suggestion for you: If you find yourself consistently left with a bit of bun after eating the hotdog, cut an inch or so off the bun before putting the hotdog on it. Dry the end along with any other bits of bread, such as the insides of too-thick hamburger buns or the end crusts of loaves of bread, or even the crusts you may cut off before making sandwiches. All these bits can be dried, cut into cubes for bread pudding or croutons, or ground up for breadcrumbs for casserole toppings, ingredients for meatballs or meatloaf.
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In my house, there is virtually no food wasted. Vintage Hotdog admit it you want to taste my wiener shirt The hotdog is designed to be easily eaten by hand, but there is no reason it can’t be eaten using utensils. I spent my childhood bouncing back and forth between America and England. I remember during one stay in England, visiting an Italian restaurant with my Dad and sister. We ordered pizza. My sister and I both picked up a slice and started to eat it by hand, as Americans usually do. After a few moments, I noticed that my Dad was using his knife and fork to eat the pizza. Then I noticed that everyone else in the restaurant was, too. And a few people were looking at us, but I didn’t think too much of it.