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    Re: What did you eat today?

    Wheeee

    Breakfast: Wholemeal toast, margarine and marmalade
    Lunch: Baguette w/vegan cheese, chilli pickle, lettuce. Bag of crisps.
    Tea: Portabello mushroom stuffed with morrocan couscous, leaf...
  2. Thread: Weaning advice

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    Re: Weaning advice

    Cheers

    I found a good link on the Vegan Society page but we will seek advice with the doctor too, I went for a B12 check a while ago and he didn't jump out the window when I said I was vegan ;)
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  3. Thread: Weaning advice

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    Weaning advice

    Hello

    We're just about to start weaning our little boy, is there any advice you could give us? Yesterday I pureed some carrots up and he's eaten a few spoons of those today. He's also having...
  4. Thread: Vegan Paris

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    Re: Vegan France

    Good stuff, cheers Harpy

    Seem to spend as much time finding places to eat as finding places to visit these days :(
  5. Thread: Vegan Paris

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    Re: Vegan France

    We're off to Paris in a couple of weeks, anyone got any good recommendations of places to eat? The HappyCow guide looks useful.

    Ta!
  6. Thread: Parade Magazine

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    Re: Parade Magazine

    Bah, imagine my disappointment upon clicking on this thread entitled 'Parade Magazine' ;)
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    Re: Greenpeace says M&S is the best

    Does that mean I'll have to take my new Nokia phone back? That's a shame, it's got the Arsenal logo fascia, and I got it free from Selfridges when I bought any two Harper Collins books. I saw the...
  8. Thread: Soup recipes

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    Re: Soup recipes

    I just noticed that Green Giant are doing 'creamed corn' in tins, so I picked one up earlier today, and made a soup out of it with asparagus. Tasted great. Here's the recipe. I just had this stuff...
  9. Thread: Vegan omelettes

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    Re: omelettes?

    ello

    I wouldn't use soy flour myself, but you should be able to pick up gram flour at Indian shops :)
  10. Thread: Vegan omelettes

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    Re: omelettes?

    Gram flour is good for making omelettes too - they come out more like omelettes rather than the scrambled tofu mentioned above.

    Just mix some gram flour with water, heat the oil, add your choice...
  11. Thread: Horderves

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    Re: Horderves

    There's a few here, particularly the last 2 should give you plenty of ideas. I'd personally take some Indian stuff too, bhajis, samosas, pakoras...
  12. Thread: Jam doughnuts

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    Re: Jam doughnuts

    Yeah I noticed that a few weeks ago too :(

    Oh well, there goes my participation in the office's "doughnut raffle"
  13. Thread: Vegan snacks

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    Re: What is your nighttime snack of choice?

    Hmm not for me :) Sometimes if I can't sleep and it's getting on for about 1am or something, a bowl of cereal is the only thing that'll do the trick!
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    Re: Easy Vegan Recipes?

    One of the first recipes I learnt (and is very hard to cock up) is a vegetable chilli. Even Wilson can cook that one ;)

    Just google for vegetable chilli, pick your favourite one and have a crack....
  15. Re: pamela andersons pledge to get more veggies lol

    Hmm.. can't remember what converted me to be honest lad. I remember having my last burger at Burger King when I was 18, but that's about it. As far as I'm concerned, the more people we have...
  16. Re: pamela andersons pledge to get more veggies lol

    You're absolutely right, I went to the Doctor's the other day, he told me that a vegetarian diet could be beneficial.

    "You stop eating fish, and then speak for vegetarianism", I replied. He...
  17. Re: pamela andersons pledge to get more veggies lol

    Yay for Pam!

    If she wants any practice, she can always PM me ;)
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    Re: Gardener's question time

    Hehe thought I might get that response :)

    Ok you've talked me into it, no weedkiller! The soil looks quite nutrient dense (especially judging by the size of the weeds I cut down) so I can...
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    Gardener's question time

    Evening all

    The little house I own has a small lump of soil at the back, so I thought this year I'd try my hand at growing a few of my own veg. Bear in mind I know nothing about gardening!

    Up...
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    Re: Amazing Vegan Pizza!

    Hmm OK. Might give that a go then, been meaning to make a pizza for a while now.

    Ta Rob lad
  21. Thread: Pre-run food

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    Re: Pre-run food

    Thanks for the suggestions, I was probably hoping a bit for us not to end up discussing pissing in the street ;)
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    Re: Amazing Vegan Pizza!

    Tomato puree seems strong to make a base sauce out of, how much olive oil do you mix with it?
  23. Thread: Pre-run food

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    Pre-run food

    Hello

    Next weekend my girlfriend's doing a 10K run, any advice on what she should eat/not eat prior to that? Night before and breakfast dishes, that type of thing?

    While I usually do the...
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    Re: How not to be Killed in Hospital

    You'll be fine, for every horror story you hear there's a load of operations that have gone smoothly :)
  25. Thread: Miso

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    Re: the miso thread

    Local health food shops are the places to go.

    Holland & Barrett might even sell it, although I've never bought mine from there.
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    Re: chocolate chip cookie recipe from vegweb

    I've made the ones from PPK (linkage) twice and they are hard to beat. I took some into work once and people couldn't believe they were vegan.
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    Re: Beans, beans, the magickal fruit....

    Some have other influences in them, but I'm sure you can find authentic ones online, Manish has certainly posted plenty :)
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    Re: Beans, beans, the magickal fruit....

    You're really missing out! Something easy to start with is something like dahl, then you can move on to fancier stuff if you like the taste. Don't forget the coriander!
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    Re: Beans, beans, the magickal fruit....

    I'd be more tempted to make a curry with them, but I just prefer curries :) An Indian place near me does a fantastic kidney bean curry!
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    Re: Beans, beans, the magickal fruit....

    Just had it, put 2 tablespoons of nutritional yeast in at the end for extra zing, turned out nice. Thanks for the recipe!
  31. Thread: Soya milk

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    Re: Soya milk

    Hmm interesting, I've been meaning to try that light stuff, will deffo give it a go now.

    Got some rice milk in the fridge when I can convince myself to try it :)
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    Re: Beans, beans, the magickal fruit....

    Looks good Maya, I'll be trying that one out next week I think :)
  33. Thread: Pro Bar

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    Re: Pro Bar

    Haha

    ProBar Ingredients: Chocolate, sultanas, crack
  34. Thread: Vegan snacks

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    Re: What is your nighttime snack of choice?

    Cereal, sigh, always the cereal
  35. Thread: Easter eggs

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    Re: Easter Egg

    Hehe, there's one in Sainsbury's too. Gotta say it didn't look too tasty, but it does say 'vegan' on it at least :)
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    Re: Vegan Filo in UK

    I seem to remember Jus-Rol being listed in the Animal Free Shopper some years ago, dunno if that's the case now though...
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    Re: Vegan in the Daily Star!

    Not so far, although I have high hopes I'll get some success from Razzle this year!
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    Re: Vegan in the Daily Star!

    Hehe, as far as I know he isn't, the brolly hitting pics are earlier on in the "news"paper :)

    I doubt there are a million vegans here, but hey, it is the Daily Star, and a bit of exposure can't...
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    Re: Favourite Vegan Food Products - UK

    Have we mentioned Henderson's Relish yet? Nice little addition to a toasted sarnie or a soup/stew

    And made in sunny Sheffield!
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    Vegan in the Daily Star!

    A bit more lowbrow than the Indy a couple of weeks ago, but Veganism gets a positive mention in today's Daily Star!

    Apparently, "Veganism is soaring in the UK, with the number of British Vegans...
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