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  1. Thread: Tesco

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    Re: Tesco

    Have just tried the Cheddar spread thing from Tesco, and I am quite, quite thrilled, let me tell you! It has the tang of Cheddar I remember, so I got quite excited! And also it's in the Cleveleys...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food! (6)

    Tell me more about this nommy dressing!!
  3. Re: Favourite vegan sandwich filling / bread spread?

    Yes, it is the Devil's own sticks. BUT it is really good gently cooked in a little veg stock. You might like this better. Or maybe not....

    Did you know it takes three sticks of celery to get...
  4. Re: Cookin' Crunk: Eatin' Vegan in the Dirty South - Bianca Phillips

    Thanks very much for this. I've tried the Redwood's one (I think it was Redwood's), but it was a million pounds or something, so wanted to try elsewhere.

    I see what Tiny Tempeh did there. It is...
  5. Re: Cookin' Crunk: Eatin' Vegan in the Dirty South - Bianca Phillips

    Hi Firestorm! Where do you get your tempeh? Having trouble finding it locally.
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    Re: Sainsbury's

    T'int easy bein' green, tha knaws.
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    Re: Northern Vegan Festival!

    Woot! Looking forward to going!!
  8. Poll: Re: Please list all of the reasons why you are a vegan

    Genuinely lolled!

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    But they have no shoulders or anything! I think you're fibbing, Harpy. :p Happy New Year!
  9. Poll: Re: More why vegan TM

    [QUOTE=Cupid Stunt;715457]Will you be staying well clear of Serpents bearing apples?[/QUOTE

    How do they carry them? ;)
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    Re: Carbohydrates - or lack thereof

    Thanks, Harpy! Aaaah, that's interesting.............. I do feel almost normal, so I wonder if a viral infection is the answer. In fact, the first time I had a blood test, I got called back for...
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    Re: Carbohydrates - or lack thereof

    Thanks again, everyone. I feel tons better, and have had some blood tests which show my calcium levels, phosphates and parathyroid are all OK. I wonder if this means that Vitamin D2 is OK after all?
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    Re: What did you eat today? (15)

    Today's noms:
    Porridge with Kara coconut milk
    Coronation sauce (home made and awesome and quick - thanks interwebz for the recipe!) on tofu on two massive barms
    Tamarind lentils out of AFR (also...
  13. Re: Letter to Post to Local Shops - Feedback

    Hello!

    Good idea, first for supporting local stores, and secondly for helping get the message out there.

    It might be a good thing to concentrate just on one or two ideas, rather than a number...
  14. Thread: B&M

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    Re: B&M

    What????????? I was in my local B&M a couple of days ago - no excuse required to go again, though...
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    Re: Carbohydrates - or lack thereof

    Thanks for this - eating a bit more frequently seems to help. I just need to choose slightly more healthy options than hash brown barms!
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    Re: Vegan cheese

    Got the Vegusto cheese with herbs today - pretty tasty. The texture is a little odd, but certainly not offputting. Also got the smoked Sheese - also not bad (better texture). Anyway, cheese on...
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    Re: Vegan cheese

    It was! I used thick sliced white bread for that authentic nutrient-free, carb-laden lunch I've been craving. :D
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    Re: Vegan cheese

    The Vegusto cheese is pretty good: I've found other vegan cheeses a bit unpleasant, but this was OK, and certainly makes a reasonable cheese sandwich. I've mixed it with mayo and spring onions to...
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    Re: Carbohydrates - or lack thereof

    Ah. Perhaps I'm hormonal after all....I just attribute every health problem to being vegan. I don't really know what to expect tbh - have only been vegan since Feb this year. N00bs, eh? :S
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    Re: Carbohydrates - or lack thereof

    Thanks to everyone who has responded. I'm going to have another blood test shortly, so that might show something. AFAIK I'm getting enough B12, as I drink plenty of fortified plant milk, and take...
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    Carbohydrates - or lack thereof

    Has anyone else experienced this? For a few weeks now I've had 'brain fog' (it's the only way I can describe it), where I've felt as if my concentration isn't what it was, and that only half of my...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (15)

    God, this place sounds amazing! Is this the most enlightened place of education in the world???
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    Poll: Re: Iron deficiency

    Hi Ontheverge! These are all good ideas, but be wary of the spinach thing: spinach does indeed contain lots of iron, but it is not bioavailable. There is a salt in spinach called oxalate: this...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    Nom! If you have fresh tomatoes, roasting them before using them in a sauce is a good way to make the most of them - it certainly adds flavour. Here is Delia's recipe: ...
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    Re: Holland and Barrett

    I just did the maths, and you're about right - a 10-inch pizza is nearly double the area of a 7-inch pizza, assuming each pizza is a perfect circle, and a completely two-dimensional plane. I need to...
  26. Re: Animal Placenta Now Being Used In Beauty Products

    Dunno, but then I have just watched that Jamie Oliver video where he mechanically recovers chicken bits in a blender and dishes up the result as nuggets. I considered whether serving the placenta...
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    Re: Wheat-free & gluten-free

    Yep, I've read about this, too. If I remember rightly, it's to do with the fermentation process in bread allowed to rise normally which renders the bread safer for people with a gluten intolerance. ...
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    Re: crumbly cake !!!

    I've made really good cakeage using Orgran egg replacer when veganising omni recipes, especially things like chocolate cake, scones and banana bread. Like Blueberries, I've also used soy milk soured...
  29. Re: vegans in Middlesbrough..or around it ?:D

    Welcome Wild Alexa! Keep enjoying the veganism - it's the best thing I've ever done, at any rate. Yep, you will probably miss some food items (I certainly do), but you will find new things to...
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    Re: Blackpool + Rebellion Festival

    Glad you had a good time! - and that you found some places to eat. :D
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    Re: Veganomicon

    Many good wishes as you restart veganism - bet you're glad to be back! Yep, I bet you'll find AFR n Veganomicon really useful - the food is really tasty. AFR is good 'cos it gives nutritional...
  32. Re: Ideal portion sizes Rice/Pasta/Grains/Milk Substitutes for Vegans??

    Hello! I'm doing Weightwatchers at the moment, and find that 50g dry weight of rice, pasta, or any grains, is a good-sized portion. (This is 5 ProPoints approx on WW: 10g seems to equal 1 PP.) Half...
  33. Re: Having trouble keeping my mouth shut around people that are where I was a ye

    Yep, I agree - six months ago I was an omnivore, so although I have the occasional rant, I'm generally careful to make it a rant about industrialised/ supermarket meat and milk production, ie that it...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (15)

    Porridge w/Kara coconut milk, agave nectar and pinch salt
    Chickpea, baby plum tomato and grilled pepper salad with roasted garlicky portobello mushroom and Warburton's sandwich thin
    Peanut butter...
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    Re: Positive (side) effects of going vegan

    Positive side effects of going vegan? You mean, apart from my effortless moral superiority? :D My skin doesn't seem as prone to spots (thank God, as they were beginning to look increasingly...
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    Re: Veganomicon

    My BF bought me both Veganomicon and Appetite for Reduction recently - I've made a few things now, esp the tofu dishes and Snobby Joes, which have all been pretty good. The recipes do take a bit of...
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    Re: Blackpool + Rebellion Festival

    You'll have a fab time! Even the weather might be OK......be sure to go up the Tower and do the Walk of Faith - it's brilliant! :eek:

    Great lineup at the festival, I believe.
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    Re: Blackpool + Rebellion Festival

    Hi VW!

    There aren't really any vegan places to eat in Blackpool, but there are some cafes/restaurants which are friendly and will veganise things on the menu:

    Toast on Corporation Street - food...
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    Re: The Vegg - Vegan 'Egg Yolk'

    Thank youuuu!!!
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    Re: The Vegg - Vegan 'Egg Yolk'

    It's all good - Orgran for the meringue bit, and Vegg for the lemon bit! Happy days!
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