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    "Naked Vegan Cooking" is a thing now.

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    I feel like "Naked Grok Cooking" should be a thing.
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    I've done that. Sans camera. Trust me, bacon grease on naughty bits can be rough
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    Quote Originally Posted by drssgchic View Post
    I've done that. Sans camera. Trust me, bacon grease on naughty bits can be rough
    Damn you for beating me to it.
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    I think Mark ought to sell loincloths for the guys and Raquel Welch style 10,000b.c. monokinis for the girls in the PB store. I bet they would sell. Maybe with a little grok logo on one corner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drssgchic View Post
    I've done that. Sans camera. Trust me, bacon grease on naughty bits can be rough
    But it is primal.

    And of course, your work clothes don't get fat spatters on them...
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    i do it a fair bit but no bacon grease on me. i am one of the rare people around here who is so so about bacon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drssgchic View Post
    Trust me, bacon grease on naughty bits can be rough
    So you bake the bacon in the oven...no grease spatters to contend with, and you can get downright coquettish bending down to pull the baking sheet out when it's done

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    so you're saying...invite more vegan girls over for dinner...?
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    What do vegan people "cook"? Shouldn't this be naked salad making?
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    Quote Originally Posted by justyouraveragecavemen View Post
    What do vegan people "cook"? Shouldn't this be naked salad making?
    vegetables one would assume...by which I mean tofu and meat substitutes.

    Also, if I were going to cook a vegan I would want them to be naked.

    That said, I think Mr. P is on to something.

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