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  1. Thread: Radio Programme

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    Re: Radio Programme

    Thanks Guys, hope you enjoy/enjoyed it!
  2. Thread: Radio Programme

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    Radio Programme

    http://bcfm.org.uk/category/shows/wellbeing-show
    See above link to a Radio show I'm involved with as part of my work for NHS Bristol.
    The show going out this Friday (28th October 2011) is all...
  3. Thread: Vegan Bristol

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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    Kayjay - I'd recommend Tampopo in Cabot circus which offers vegan choices on the menu for both savoury and sweet.

    On a slightly seperate subject - I got a massive jacket spud and beans at the...
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    Re: Vegan Brighton (2)

    Did the vegan tour of Brighton including Loving Hut, V Bites and Waikikamookau - but obviously didn't spend enough time at Infinity otherwise I would have seen the Vegusto cheese - darn it!
    V -...
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    Re: help craving eggs-pregnant!

    Yup - I craved scrambled eggs when I was pregnant too (some time ago now!). I assumed I needed more protein and ate extra tofu.
  6. Thread: Superdrug shops

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    Re: Superdrug shops

    The permanent hair dye is only marked as vegetarian - presumably for the reason Sandra mentioned. But their wash in wash out type stuff which lasts a few shampoos is vegan. So I sometimes use it in...
  7. Thread: Thorpe Park

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    Re: Thorpe Park

    I haven't been to that one but I tend to take food for me and the children when I go to those type of places - mainly because I think the food there will be massively overpriced and poor quality. I...
  8. Re: Bristol Vegfest UK: Saturday May 28th & Sunday May 29th 2011

    I'm planning to be there on the Friday evening and Saturday afternoon sometime so look forward to seeing people there. I feel like I've been out of the loop for a while so look forward to catching up.
  9. Re: Bristol Vegfest UK: Saturday May 28th & Sunday May 29th 2011

    http://www.metropolisbristol.co.uk/

    The above comedy club is also very nearby - unfortunately, you will miss the Wurzels who are playing on the Thursday!
  10. Re: Bristol Vegfest UK: Saturday May 28th & Sunday May 29th 2011

    http://www.cafe-kino.com/
    See above link to Cafe Kino. If you definately don't want to stay at the fayre in the evening then I would recommend it. It has moved since last year and now is very much...
  11. Thread: Vegan Bristol

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    Well then a lot of potential attendees would probably be at that instead?
    I'm just waiting to see what availablilty Kino have so will be able to get back with info then. It should be a Friday eve...
  12. Thread: Vegan Bristol

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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    I'm planning on organising a "Single Mingle" event at the lovely Cafe Kino. If anyone's interested in helping/ coming etc then let me know. I'll post here when I have a date.
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    Re: Cholesterol Testing

    I havn't had mine checked but I'd love to. What with eating very little saturated fat and exercising regularly, there's not much I could do if it was high except start medication! One of my clients...
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    Re: Brown rice vs. white rice

    I've heard that reheating rice can cause food poisoning. Is this true?

    It's true that you could get food poisoning from eating reheated rice. But it's not actually the reheating that's the problem...
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    Re: Brown rice vs. white rice

    I was under the impression that you are not meant to reheat cooked rice.
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    Re: weight-loss foods that are cheap and filling

    Cobweb - food should always be fun!
    I use motivational interview techniques with clients to get them to think about why they want to change and what will be different if they do. NLP may also be...
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    Re: weight-loss foods that are cheap and filling

    I would agree that porridge for breakfast is the only thing that keeps me feeling full until near lunch time. I make mine with just water and have agave or date syrup on it.
    Weight loss is simply a...
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    Re: Deoderant for the active person (USA)

    I've never heard it called that before - how lovely!
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    Re: Deoderant for the active person (USA)

    I use Simple brand antiperspirants or Thursday Plantation antiperspirant.
    I'm also active and sometimes cycle to meetings which I have to sit in for a few hours. I also work as a fitness...
  20. Thread: nākd food bars

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    Re: Nakd

    By far their best product in my opinion.
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    Veggie festival Turin September 2010

    I'm thinking of going and wondered if anyone has any local information?
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    Sticky coconut rice with palm sugar and mango

    http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/recipes/sticky-coconut-rice-with-palm-sugar-and-mango-1957182.html

    From the independant today. I recon you could use a different sweetener...
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    Re: what's the difference between the alpro soya organic milk and the provamel m

    I should imagine the reason they did it was because Alpro has become a well recognised brand and the supermarkets who have massive buying power told the company that they didn't want it to be...
  24. Thread: Vegan Bristol

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    Just a reminder that there is a Bristol Vegan's meet up on the last Thursday of every month at the Landsdown pub in Clifton.
    In addition - we will also be having a pot luck at one of the Bristol...
  25. Thread: Vegan Bristol

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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    I've had takeaway lunch from here twice now and it was absolutely amazing! Thanks for letting us know FV.
  26. Thread: Vegan Bristol

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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    This place is no more.
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    My new website - fitness

    I have a website set up for my Fitness professional business!
    I hope it's ok to post here, let me know if not.
    www.katecooke.co.uk
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    Re: Fit, sporty vegans

    If he ate a tub of Pure margarine that would be 2665kcal - so that's a start.
    How come he needs so many calories? Is he both very tall and very active?
    As you can get all the nutrients you need -...
  29. Thread: Vegan Bristol

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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    I think they've been going for 6 - 12 months already and the sheer volume of people past that place means that even if they only get a small percentage of them they do alright.
    Having said that,...
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    Re: Help a fellow vegan mommy!!!

    I have also raised my children vegan/vegatarian and they are fine.
    Doctors are meant to base their opinions on evidence and research. As I have mentioned on here many times, all the NHS dieticians...
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    Re: vegan infant milk?

    I used Farleys soya formula for both my babies, although I also breastfed for a short while, and they had a period of mixed feeding. At the time, Farleys was the only one that was certified by the...
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    Re: i'm 5 months pregnant.. diet advice plese

    Congrats Yum - your midwife should be able to offer advice on healthy eating during pregnancy. Or refer you to someone who can if you're concerned.
  33. Thread: Vegan Bristol

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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    Just been to this place for lunch and had the not chicken thing with rice and not prawn crackers. It's impressive as it's in a shopping mall and has labelled which dishes are vegan. It's also good...
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    Re: Veganism, Babies and Cholesterol

    I have two daughters who I feed vegan and only breastfed for a few months each. After that I used a soya formula.
    As they've got older they have decided to eat vegetarian when they're away from me,...
  35. Thread: Vegan Bristol

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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    Thanks Gert - thats vey near where I work so might check it out.
    Puca - I think I put some links for cheap places to stay on the meet up thread for this years Bristol Fayre - I know Bradders stayed...
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    Re: NHS Choices website

    Vaganese - I was a bit worried when I saw the above on the website, but after reading it I thought it came out as fairly positive for vegans. Did you think otherwise?
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    NHS Choices website

    http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Vegetarianhealth/Pages/Vegetarianhealthhome.aspx

    I don't know if this has been mentioned before, but I was pleased to see a link to the above pages on the main page of...
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    Re: Vegan Protein Shake

    Or you could just eat things that taste nice and have protein in.
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    Re: Vegan Protein Shake

    The advice I've seen actually suggests 0.6 -0.8 grams per kilo of body weight and when I've checked my rough in take in the past its been either that or above.
    I do not know the percentage of my...
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    Re: Vegan Protein Shake

    The first thing to say is that it is exercise that builds muscle and taking in extra protein by itself will not build extra muscle.
    I first qualified as a fitness instructor 10 years ago and...
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