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    Re: Sainsburys

    Thank you both :)
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    Re: Sainsburys

    I haven't been to Sainsbury's for a while, are they doing their value mince pies this year and if so are they still vegan? Apart from various makes of gluten free mince pies, which I'm not too keen...
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    Re: Animals In Circuses

    About 25 years ago I was involved in campaigns to get councils to ban animal circuses, and many did, but unfortunately they seem to be making a comeback and some councils may be under pressure to let...
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    Re: Lovely Birds

    Birds are the coolest of creatures :) I especially like gulls, raptors, pigeons and corvids not least because they are the most persecuted.
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    Re: Vegan ice cream?

    Highly recommended!
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    Sticky: Re: The Vegan Carrot Cake Recipe Collection

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    Originally Posted by green woman http://www.veganforum.com/forums/images/kelisa/buttons/viewpost.gif
    Don't fret if it does not rise too much, it prefers not to.



    I add 2 tsp of...
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    Sticky: Re: The Vegan Carrot Cake Recipe Collection

    This is the carrot cake recipe I use from The Cake Scoffer by Ronny:

    This cake is guaranteed to please. It's packed with moist and satisfying flavour.
    Don't fret if it does not rise too much, it...
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    Re: vegan parent under attack

    When my son was a baby there was a woman at the clinic where we used to go to get our babies weighed who's son was very small and I overheard one of the health visitors saying that she was concerned...
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    Re: Vegan with cancer?

    I agree. Genetics also plays a part.
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    Re: Vegan with cancer?

    I personally know one vegan person who had cancer and I've been told by friends that they know vegans who have had the disease and have sadly died from it. The vegan diet is not a guarantee that you...
  11. Re: Vegan in the North East (and hot soy milk)

    Hello and welcome, kicksywicksy. As mjnewbould said try different types of non-dairy milks and hopefully you'll find something that doesn't taste to you like warm feet :D
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    Re: Favourite Vegan Food Products - UK

    There must be something about those Thai Style Cakes, I've had packets that have blown up well within their sell by date a couple of times. I haven't complained - perhaps I should.
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    Re: Hello from Brighton!

    Better late than never :D Welcome :)
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    Re: Could be a huge blow for Labour

    10 Downing Street or the Palace of Westminster will do :D
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    Re: Could be a huge blow for Labour

    No independence until the gas and oil runs out, then it's all yours ;):D
  16. Re: Animal Remembrance Service, London, 9th November

    I'm not keen on the religious aspect but I'm all for remembering animal victims of war with the emphasis on the fact that they have no choice in the matter and are completely innocent victims of...
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    Re: Co-op goodies...

    A better class of thief, ethical with fresh breath.
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    Re: I just ate the most delicious...

    Home made lemon cake with lemon flavoured vegan cream cheese topping.
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    Re: Binge Foods?

    Cake. I have to restict the amount I make otherwise I'd eat it at every meal - and between meals.
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    Re: Ask VF: Deodorant and exfoliant

    I've tried different types of crystal deodorant but PitRok works the best
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    Re: Vegan Brighton

    Will do. Veggie burger with cupcakes for dessert. I think I've been to the Lewes Arms, but it was some time ago. Is a tiny pub down a back street? I didn't know they did veggie food.
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    Re: Tesco

    jonnie falafel - according to your profile your occupation is a grocer. Just out of interest what range of produce do you sell?


    The thing about supermarkets is they exist because the vast...
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    Re: Vegan Brighton

    Does anyone know why Beanstalk closed? It did seem to be quite busy everytime I visited so I presume it wasn't due to lack of customers. I really liked their vegan sausage in a roll with onions.
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    Re: Calorie Restriction/CRON

    I saw a programme some time ago about the most long-lived people on the planet, which included the Okinawans, and they eat a nutritionally high but calorie low diet so there may be something to the...
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    Sticky: Re: Honey

    If that was printed on jars of honey it might put more than a few people off.
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    Sticky: Re: Honey

    I'll get me zimmer frame :D
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    Sticky: Re: Honey

    I've been a member of the Vegan Society (on and off) since 1980 and I still have very old copies of The Vegan stashed away somewhere with the old definition in it. The mag used to be A5 sized with...
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    Sticky: Re: Honey

    Just bringing this over from the 'Hello forum witches and pagans' thread.



    I don't know when the policy changed but for many years the Vegan Society left it up to the individual's conscience...
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    Re: I hate plastic bags!

    That's good to hear. I expect that island communities have always been more eco aware than those on the mainland because of the difficulties in transporting products to the islands and getting rid or...
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    Re: I hate plastic bags!

    I don't use those little plastic bags for loose fruit and veg and sometimes have to stop the person at the checkout from putting it all in little plastic bags. They haven't got annoyed with me.... so...
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    Re: I hate plastic bags!

    The compostable bags are used for organic produce and probably cost more to produce.
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    Re: What do we have in common?

    I was concerned about animals from a very young age and remember wanting to be vegetarian but wasn't allowed to. I used to get very upset when I saw kids pulling wings off flies and cutting up worms...
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    Re: I hate plastic bags!

    Quite a lot of supermarket plastic bags are degradable now so it's ok to use those, Sandra. Some places are charging for bags now, I think it's 5p in Marks and Spencer, so eventually all supermarkets...
  34. Re: Coffee and Hot Chocolate... some advice, fellow vegans, please?

    I think the amount of milk you use might have an effect. I like milky drinks so have not had much trouble with curdling.
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    Re: I hate plastic bags!

    Supermarkets in the UK are aware now that people are using their own bags more and are actually encouraging them to do so but I used my own canvas bags long before it became fashionable and many...
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    Re: What are you having for Yule lunch?

    Thanks for the recipe, pusskins.
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    Re: What are you having for Yule lunch?

    Never thought of of a chocolate/fruit combo before, sounds good. Care to share the recipe? :)
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    Re: Video Project

    I would have thought that CIWF would have plenty of the type of footage that you're after. I expect you've tried them though.

    Have you tried the Farm Animal Welfare Network?...
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    Re: Scotland to turn vegetarian

    And deep fried Fry's chocolate cream for dessert.
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    Re: What are you having for Yule lunch?

    Nut roast with all the trimmings, mince pies and christmas pud with soya cream on christmas day and for winter solstice/yule I make a chocolate yule log with chocolate icing dusted with icing sugar....
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