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    Re: Vegan food in Bath?

    Yak Yeti Yak is well worth a visit if in Bath. Really nice and friendly people, vegan wise, at least 3 vegan starters, 8 main dishes, and a vegan desert too.

    www.yakyetiyak.co.uk
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    Re: Tower Hill Stables

    www.myspace.com/towerhillstables is the myspace page, just in case you haven't added them yet. ;)
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    Re: Stroud / Gloucester

    Thanks KayJay, very useful.
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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    There is however, a new Hotel Chocolat shop, though very different to Fresh & Wild of course.
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    Re: Stroud / Gloucester

    Thanks veganbikerboy, was just about to pm you for help. I did check the website a few weeks ago, but no real joy, apart from a sandwich bar. Thank you anyway.
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    Re: H&B buy Julian Graves

    And those pink wafer biscuit things, that used to be available from veganstore, that I can't for the life of me remember what they are called.
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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    I've just read about it in another thread, but just in case anyone is heading to Bristol just to visit the Fresh & Wild store, don't bother, it closed at the beginning of September. Try Harvest or ...
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    Re: Stroud / Gloucester

    Can anyone please update this thread with any info on vegan friendly places in Gloucester itself? Restaurants would be great, though take aways could be good, and pubs too!
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    Re: Real-Life Bugs and Insects Magazine

    I saw this on TV only last night and questioned whether they were real or not, and then thought of course they are. I mean what is the point of it? It's really, really cruel. Thanks for the info, I...
  10. Re: Help Meat is murder by The Smiths get in the charts

    I got this through email today:

    Here's the link as promised. Hope you can help. Apparently 2 downloads per
    person is the best way to do it as too many and you can get disqualified.
    Thanks...
  11. Thread: A Lump

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    Re: A Lump

    Really sorry to hear this Cedarblue. I'll keep you, your dad and your family in my thoughts. I hope everything works out ok. The power of positive thinking can be very powerful indeed. xxx

    Sending...
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    Re: Veganforum meetup @ Bristol Vegan Fayre 2006

    I'll be helping out on the day, mainly on the Bristol Vegans stall. But I'll try and make the meet ups.
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    Re: Vegan friendly restaurants in UK

    I was at Cafe Kino this afteroon and had falafals, pitta bread, humous and salad followed by chocolate cake. All washed down with a beautiful Westons cider! :p

    It was gert lush grub I tells ya! ;)
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    Re: The Cow That Cried

    I posted that in one of my blogs on my personal MySpace page (I hope you don't mind).

    www.myspace.com/veganjules
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    Re: Hypermobility syndrome and soya link

    Hello veganeden,

    I had a little look around on the 'net for you and found this discussion thread here, I'm unsure whether it will be of any help to you - but they seem to be discussing food...
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    Re: Are we designed to eat meat?

    If it's not necessary to eat meat (which us vegans prove on a daily basis by merely existing, albeit mostly healthfully) then it's unnecessary to subscribe to animal suffering.

    That table was...
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    Re: Woman does 'mouth-to-beak' to save chicken

    Hurray! :)

    And hurray for Marian Morris, she obviously still 'has it'. :D
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    Re: Milk Gone Wild

    I'm a PETA supporter, but I do seriously think they need to reassess how they express things sometimes.....

    They can be a tad over the top and embarrassing in my opinion, which could turn off...
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    Re: What can your politician be doing?

    "What can your politician be doing?"

    They could go on the Big Brother TV show and make a prat of themselves in a figure hugging red leotard, slag off vegetarians (:mad: ), and then pretend to be a...
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    Poll: Re: How Old Were You....

    Vegetarian at 14 (nearly 15), lapsed when I was 17 (I'm not proud of it....), came to my senses again at 20 where I became vegetarian again, tried being vegan at this point too, but only lasted 3...
  21. Re: Some cool RAW vegan imitations of cooked foods! Pizza, lasagna, cheese sandwitches...

    These sound great lianabanana, thanks! :)

    However, I would personally omit the honey ingredient from the first recipe, as I don't regard honey as vegan, as do many others.

    See here.
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    Re: Tony Banks R.I.P.

    It's such a shock. :confused:

    To look at him you'd have never guessed he was over 60.

    It's very sad. :(
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    Re: Lake District

    Lucky you Sam! :) I love the Lake District, had some great holidays there. Particularly love to visit Lake Windermere and Coniston. I remember being 'just knee high to a grasshopper' and getting in...
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    Re: Veganforum meetup @ Bristol Vegan Fayre 2006

    I'll be there too.
  25. Re: Veganforum meetup @ East Midlands (Nottingham) Vegan Festival 2005

    I'm from Nottingham(shire!), born 'n' bred, so I'll be popping up there for the festival! :D
    I'm really looking forward to it, I miss Nottingham so much (sniff)......

    I'm also gonna be visiting...
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    Re: Bristol Vegan Fayre 2005 - The World's Biggest

    It was a laugh! :) These things need to be done more often, it's what life's about.
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    Re: Sea sickness

    I hear that peppermint essential oil is a very good remedy for nausea/travel sickness. It's been known to be effective for morning sickness in pregant women.

    Just pop a few drops onto a...
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    Re: Veganforum meetup @ Bristol Vegan Fayre, October 29th

    Hi Alisont! :)

    Was very nice to meet you on Friday, and was nice to bump into you at the fayre! It was indeed a great weekend. I felt that the fayre was a great success and had a great atmosphere....
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    Re: Veganforum meetup @ Bristol Vegan Fayre, October 29th

    Hi there! :) Just popped in to say hello and that I'll be going to both the fayre and the aftershow party. Huzzah! :D

    See you there. ;)
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    Re: Veganforum meetup @ Bristol Vegan Fayre October 2005?

    Yeah I'll be there. :)
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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    Wednesday evening is good with me. Look forward to meeting you all. :)

    Any ideas as to where we should go?
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    Re: Vegan Bristol

    Theres a new soya shake place in town.

    Shakeking only opened two weeks ago in Broadmead, just along from Primark. They have loads of weird and wonderful flavours to try, mentioning the term vegan...
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    Re: safe and unsafe fruits

    That doesn't surprise me Eve, I would imagine that spraying pesticides onto any crop, fruit or veg would cause some level of absorption into the plants themselves.... Not good.

    It's a depressing...
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    Re: Heart of England Vegan Festival 2005

    It was lovely to meet Gorilla, Gertvegan, Coconut, Yam, Glen, Jill, Fruitbat, Trendygirl, Billy, Puffin, Tinygirl, Kumem, Left of Centre and Miss Laura on Saturday. I had a brilliant time! :)

    I...
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    Cruelty Free Scotland Fayre 2005

    Cruelty-Free Scotland Fayre

    Saturday 16th July 2005, 10.30 16.30

    In the hall at the back of the Church of St. John the Evangelist, Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4BJ. See here

    The...
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    Re: 146 Reasons Why Sugar Is Ruining Your Health

    Very true. It's all true. If only it wasn't in so many foods..... :( And why does it taste so damn nice??!!! Ack! :( :eek: :confused:
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    Re: V1

    I'd love to eat in V1s again... I used to always eat there whenever I was out a shopping in good old (and beautiful!) Nottingham. :)

    V1s rocks!! Yeah baby! :D
  38. Thread: A Lump

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    Re: A Lump

    Hey Cedar, thanks for keeping us updated. We're all rooting for you and your Dad. Pleased to hear the surgery went OK ;) It still sounds like your Dad is in good spirits, determination is a good...
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    Re: rooty frooty

    Definately worth a visit. I'm going back. :)
  40. Thread: Candida

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    Re: candida albicans

    I hear that the extract from grapefruit seeds is a very powerful candida albicans 'remover'. You should take it in combinaton with an acidophilus supplement though. I'm not sure what 'extract of...
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