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    Invited to a potluck vegetarian dinner party...help!

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    We're invited to a potluck vegetarian dinner party on Saturday night.
    I was thinking of making a large Greek salad plate with feta cheese (for my protein), tomatoes, cukes, red onions, greens, and a Greek dressing.
    I don't eat cheese often, and do better with goat's milk or sheep's milk cheese (I'll use sheep's milk feta)
    Thoughts?
    Thanks for your response or other suggestions.
    Indigogirl

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    Sounds like a good choice.
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    Could you add some sliced hard boiled eggs? Or bring deviled eggs as well? Then you'd have a complete meal for sure.

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    id bring steak!
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    Why? It'll be cold when she gets there.

    Indigogirl, you should eat some steak at home first.. Then drive to the potluck with the uber-yummy salad. Heck use the EVOO stuff, salad's what it's actually for!

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    whats wrong with cold steak? its steak!
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    is it vegetarian or vegan? Cheese & eggs won't fly at a vegan party. Non meat vegetarian, however, would be okay. I'd totally scarf down your salad
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    As long as it's not vegan (@Bork), the cheese is fine. If these are your friends, clients, etc, don't offend them--no matter how tempting it may be. After all, we primal folk have nothing against veges.
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    Thanks for all the suggestions!
    It's not vegan, and it's acquaintances rather than friends, so I think I will go with the Greek salad, and maybe have a bit more protein at home before I go.
    Indigogirl

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    well at least it's not vegan. "Vegan party" sounds like an oxymoron to me! Here, let's celebrate by eating bland bloaty fat-less food items. blea.

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