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Where to buy a vegetarian lasagne?

By 4 September 2009 21

I’m relatively new to Canberra and need to urgently find a shop that sells pre-made vegetarian lasagnes. I’ve tried Coles and Woolworths, but they only sell beef lasagnes.

Any advice would be much appreciated.

Thanks.

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21 Responses to
Where to buy a vegetarian lasagne?
Danman 12:53 pm
04 Sep 09
#1

How many do you need ?

Fyshwick Markets has a few great delicatessens and an organic producer maybe you could try them.

I would have thought it easier to make it myself really – rather than pfaffing around town – but that depends on how many you need.

neanderthalsis 12:56 pm
04 Sep 09
#2

If your in the far north or have an inclination to travel in that direction, try the Cook and the Grocer:
http://thecookandgrocer.com.au/takehomemeals.htm

Pond sludge mixed with stinging nettles would taste better than a coles/woolies prepackaged lasagne.

Weaselburger 1:09 pm
04 Sep 09
#3

try the al jalal markets alot of the food is vegan or vegitarian

Dante 1:31 pm
04 Sep 09
#4

Simply Fresh Fruit Markets do good single servings of veg lasagna, you might be able to convince them to sell you a whole one? Good luck!

calligraphy 2:02 pm
04 Sep 09
#5

Problem solved!

The amazing people at Fruitylicious in Gungahlin will make one for me.

Thanks for the Cook and Grocer suggestion – the lovely lady there put me onto Fruitylicious.

Chupachup 2:02 pm
04 Sep 09
#6

Superbarn in Civic sells them and the Griffith shops would be a good place to try too

Chupachup 2:04 pm
04 Sep 09
#7

But then again it seems your problem is solved – haha whoops : P

Trunking symbols 3:19 pm
04 Sep 09
#8

Forget about vegetarian crap altogether and eat some real food. Your local butcher can provide further details.

lobster 3:23 pm
04 Sep 09
#9

I have gotten one from Supabarn in Kaleen a few months ago.

candelabra 3:26 pm
04 Sep 09
#10

more pressingly…how does a vegetarian lasagne become considered urgent?

damien haas 4:30 pm
04 Sep 09
#11

well fads come and go so quickly…

diprotodon 5:55 pm
04 Sep 09
#12

I am not a vegetarian, but make vegetarian lasagnes all the time nearly from scratch (I purchase the lasagne sheets). They are easy, and with vegetarian lasagnes you can really let your imagination run wild. Pumpkin, fetta, spinach, tofu and rosemary is my spouse’s favourite, while I enjoy eggplant, mushroom and tomato.

SolarPowered 6:13 pm
04 Sep 09
#13

Fruitylicious is probably the best store in the wasteland that is the Gungahlin town centre.

dandee 6:25 pm
04 Sep 09
#14

My mum sells them from her deli van at the Woden Farmers Markets on Sunday as well as a bunch of other tasty vege pastry type treats. :)

http://www.thedelivan.com.au/

housebound 12:14 am
05 Sep 09
#15

diprotodon said :

…Pumpkin, fetta, spinach, tofu and rosemary is my spouse’s favourite, while I enjoy eggplant, mushroom and tomato.

yum

R. Slicker 10:30 am
05 Sep 09
#16

housebound said :

diprotodon said :

…Pumpkin, fetta, spinach, tofu and rosemary is my spouse’s favourite, while I enjoy eggplant, mushroom and tomato.

yum

Where’s the beef?

jennybel75 1:32 pm
05 Sep 09
#17

SolarPowered said:

Fruitylicious is probably the best store in the wasteland that is the Gungahlin town centre.

+1. Fruitylicious is awesome, great and very helpful staff, great produce and good prices. I recommend it to everyone in Gunghers.

Lenient 3:56 pm
05 Sep 09
#18

…Pumpkin, fetta, spinach, tofu and rosemary is my spouse’s favourite, while I enjoy eggplant, mushroom and tomato.

yum

Where’s the beef?

On the cow, where it belongs.

dvaey 8:09 pm
05 Sep 09
#19

dandee, is that the same Deli Van that is on Sulwood drive on some days during the week? The website isnt much use yet by the way, but good to keep an eye on.

Wanon 11:06 pm
05 Sep 09
#20

Lenient said :

…Pumpkin, fetta, spinach, tofu and rosemary is my spouse’s favourite, while I enjoy eggplant, mushroom and tomato.

yum

Where’s the beef?

On the cow, where it belongs.

…hanging in your butchers cold room.

taco 1:23 pm
06 Sep 09
#21

candelabra said :

more pressingly…how does a vegetarian lasagne become considered urgent?

I could see the need for an urgent vegetarian lasagna – imagine putting on a dinner party when you find out on short notice that one or more of your guests is a vegetarian and have no idea on recipes/don’t have time to put something together.

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