Meals [was Question about accepted norms in the common space - follow-up Q
From: Sharon Villines (
Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2020 08:49:18 -0700 (PDT)
> On Oct 24, 2020, at 9:04 AM, R Philip Dowds via Cohousing-L <cohousing-l [at] 
>> wrote:

> Another approach is pasta in home-made red sauce.  Late in the game, it’s 
> easy to add mushrooms and olives to one pot, and cooked hamburger to the 
> other.  Cheese is on the side, at the table.  Nor is it all that hard to make 
> a pot of regular pasta, and a pot of rice (gluten-free) pasta; the rice pasta 
> is a little trickier to cook, but not impossible.

I’m not a big CH kitchen cooker (or eater) but one option I think about doing 
is baked potatoes with counter full of dishes of toppings like the frozen 
yogurt places.

When I ordered pizza for everyone on Fridays, I discovered that Vegan pizza is 
very good and was welcomed by almost everyone. The trick is to use a lot of 
toppings. Our delivery pizza places usually have something like a “Vegetarian 
Feast” that has 4-5+ toppings. Just order minus the cheese and it is delicious. 

Not an uncommon comment was: “This is how my doctor says I should eat and I 
just had no idea how to do it and still like the food. And not have to cook it 

Sharon Villines, Historic Takoma Park, Washington DC 
Where all roads lead to Casablanca

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