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    Boycott The Body Shop - New Campaign

    BOYCOTT THE BODY SHOP
    FIRST NATIONAL DAY OF PROTEST

    DATE: Monday 26th June 2006

    LOCATION: The Body Shop Headquarters, Watersmead, Littlehampton,
    West Sussex BN17 6LS
    Naturewatch...
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    Re: The Cow That Cried

    Some time ago I saw a video about live animal exports and a calf in that video most definitely looked as if it was crying.
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    HIV origin 'found in wild chimps'

    The origin of HIV has been found in wild chimpanzees living in southern Cameroon, researchers report.
    A virus called SIVcpz (Simian Immunodeficiency Virus from chimps) was thought to be the source,...
  4. Re: Bird Flu

    Possibly the first human to human spread of the disease.


    The World Health Organization (WHO) says it is extremely worried about a cluster of recent human deaths from the virulent H5N1 strain of...
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    Re: Vegan Brighton

    The infinity cafe opens at 9.30am

    http://www.infinityfoods.co.uk/infinity-cafe/index.html

    I hope the weather improves for your visit. It's been blowing a gale down here for the past few days.
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    Re: The Vegan (Vegan Society Mag)

    The articles on the pros and cons of soya are very informative, there's a good piece on the campaign against greyhound racing and a lovely tribute to vegan pioneer Serena Coles.
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    Re: EASY "Hummus" !!!!

    Their lemon and corriander houmous is very good.

    San Amvrosia houmous is my favourite. It's really smooth and creamy. I'm too lazy to make my own!
  8. Thread: Pre-run food

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    Re: Pre-run food

    The folks at vegan runners should be able to give you some advice.
    http://www.veganrunners.makessense.co.uk/index.html
    http://www.veganrunners.org/

    I get out of puff running for the bus!:o
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    Re: Amazing Vegan Pizza!

    You can get a vegan worcester sauce here:
    http://www.frylight.co.uk/sales.html

    I've tried it and It's pretty good.
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    Re: Sad news from vegfam

    I spoke to Freidenstern Howard at the London vegan festival too. A gentle, compassionate man who did so much good work for so long. My condolences to his family and friends.
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    Re: Vegan Brighton

    Thanks Marrers :)
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    Re: Vegan Brighton

    Have you been to Terre a Terre recently? What are the vegan options like at the moment? The last time I went there weren't a great many vegan dishes available. I'm going to Brighton for a birthday...
  13. Re: Bird Flu

    Factory farms in Asia blamed for pandemic:

    The insatiable demand for cheap food, the global poultry industry and the giant factory farms of south-east Asia have been blamed for spreading avian flu...
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    Re: Vegan cakes - help :o)

    I'd second that. The carrot cake and lemon explosion cake are particularly good, really moist and they don't fall to bits!. You can get the Vegan Cake Book from here too....
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    Re: Films with an AR message

    Richard Adams wrote a book called The Plague Dogs about two dogs who escape from a vivisection lab which was made into an animated film in 1982....
  16. Thread: Kosher vegan?

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    Re: Kosher vegan?

    I used to use a kosher margarine in the early 1980s called Tomor because it was quite difficult to get vegan margarines in the UK back then. Kosher non-dairy creamers for tea and coffee were useful...
  17. Re: Beautiful/Historical city/place around your place

    The Long Man of Wilmington chalk hill figure and Battle Abbey where the Battle of Hastings took place are not far from me.

    http://www.sussexpast.co.uk/Library/siteimages/intro_images/13__intro.jpg...
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    Re: All Bran - what' not vegan in it?

    Vitamin D3 is from an animal source, usually lanolin I think, but vitamin D2 is ok for vegans.
  19. Re: MPs vote by huge majority for total smoking ban in England

    It's a shame the backbenchers have only just found their backbones. If they'd found them sooner we wouldn't have been involved with the war in Iraq. They've finally found the guts to rebel in numbers...
  20. Re: MPs vote by huge majority for total smoking ban in England

    At last, New Labour do something useful!
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    Re: The Vegan (Vegan Society Mag)

    :d
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    Re: Donald Watson Thread - A Man To Remember

    Sweet poem :) The Arthur Ling poem is good too.
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    Re: The Vegan (Vegan Society Mag)

    Well, you live and learn!! :eek: I think I still prefer the cornish variety, vegan ones obviously :D
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    Re: The Vegan (Vegan Society Mag)

    A Touch Of The Exotic...
    How about giving your partner a present with the personal touch this Valentines Day? Beautifully packaged and handmade to order, Miss Bellaisis's collection of nipple...
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    Re: The Vegan (Vegan Society Mag)

    Anyone notice the interesting typo in the 'a touch of the exotic...' piece on page 18? :D
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    Re: The Vegan (Vegan Society Mag)

    My copy of the latest vegan mag has just arrived. I haven't had time to look at it thoroughy yet, but there is a lovely pamphlet in tribute to Donald Watson with the magazine.
  27. Thread: Jill's Day 2006

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    Re: Jill's Day 2006

    I'm afraid the good people of Dover have never given two hoots about live exports in their town. There was never the reaction in Dover that there was in Shoreham, Coventry and Brightlingsea.

    There...
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    Poll: Re: How important are animal rights issues to you?

    Animal rights issues are very important to me. It's the reason I became vegan in the first place. I soon learned how important veganism is to people's health and the planet too, but concern for...
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    Re: Tofutti in the UK

    When I first started buying them they were fine, but about a year ago wherever I bought them from they were an odd shape and looked as though they had been defrosted at some stage and were full of...
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    Re: Religious/cultural festivals.

    Happy Imbolc!
    http://poland.druidry.org/grafiki/Imbolc-feb2000.jpg
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    Re: Tofutti in the UK

    I gave up with the Rock and Roll cones as they started to be a funny shape as though thay had defrosted and full of ice crystals. Swedish Glace Smooth Vanilla lollies are nice.
  32. Thread: Vegan haggis

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    Re: Vegan haggis

    From the Animal Free shopper:
    "The production of spirits does not usually involve the use of animal substances. However, some red drinks may contain cochineal/carmine as a colouring agent."
    ...
  33. Re: Vegan, Organic, Fair Trade, Milk Chocolate Bar !!!!

    I don't wish to alarm you or anyone else but chocolate is not good for dogs (or cats).

    http://www.dogownersdigest.com/news/library/chocolate-dog-poisoning.shtml


    Vegan milk chocolate orange...
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    Re: Co-op goodies...

    I like the fact that the co-op lable everything clearly and their stuff is BUAV approved, but some things contain parabens and other nasties.

    There's a huge co-op store near me, but it's mainly...
  35. Thread: Jill's Day 2006

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    Re: Jill's Day 2006

    Not 100% sure if I'm able to go yet, but I'm hoping to.
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    Re: All Bran - what' not vegan in it?

    Some supermarket own brand breakfast cereals with bran that are vegan:

    Sainsbury's - organic bran flakes
    Asda - bran flakes, high bran, organic bran flakes
    Co-op - bran flakes, sultana bran...
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    Re: Vegan Brighton

    Thanks for that Marrers, I'll check it out next time I'm In Brighton.
  38. Thread: Vegan haggis

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    Re: Vegan haggis

    Whiskey is fine Jo as are all other spirits unless they are red in which case they may contain cochineal as a colouring agent.

    I had some vegan haggis (shop bought not homemade) at christmas and...
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    Re: Vegan Brighton

    I went to the Infinity Cafe recently and had a lovely piece of vegan mango, coconut and lime cake and a hot soya Green & Blacks chocolate. Yum.

    I go to Infinity Foods occassionally to stock up on...
  40. Thread: Sainsbury's

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    Re: Sainsburys labelling?

    That must have been interesting for the other customers. Who needs Anne Summers when we've got Sainsbury's.
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