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    Re: Pesticides (was: ahh! help!)

    The use of animal products and by-products are, unfortunately, almost everywhere. For example, animal fats can be used to make rubber, vinyl, and plastics. Hence, cars, buses, and even bicycles are...
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    Re: Curried Squash and Tofu - yummy

    I actually tried this recipe in my slow cooker--I just threw everything in at once and also added some chikpeas, then cooked it for about 6 hours and it was just as yummy! ;)
  3. Thread: brown rice

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    Re: brown rice

    My sister always makes the most fluffy rice and this is her secret…It may sound like a chore, but it really takes no time at all and it actually does make a huge difference.

    First, wash off the...
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    Re: "I love meat too much"

    I hear that phrase quite a bit and I usually respond with something like, “I really like the “taste” of some meats as well and I thought it would be difficult to give it up—but you’d be amazed at how...
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    Re: lacking needed vitamins

    Have you had a blood/urine check done? I thought I was eating all of the wrong foods and after a year of wondering, I had a full check up and was surprized to hear that I'm totally normal (by the...
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    Re: Burger King veggie pattie

    Whatever their reasons for promoting vegan products doesn't matter to me insofar that my sister and two of my meat eating friends always purchase veggie bugers from fast food joints ever since I...
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    Re: Burger King veggie pattie

    I actually think it is important to support any company that promotes a vegan product and lets face it, there are times (at least for me) when I'm on the road and buying a veggie burger from a fast...
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    Re: individual pies - filling suggestions

    This may sound odd, but it is "very" tasty. Fill it up with thick homemade chilli (I make my chilli with beans, squash, bulgar, onions, garlic, mushrooms, lot's of spices, and of course, diced...
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    Re: Wheat Free, Egg Free and Dairy Free Recipes -Please Help!!!

    Recipe zaar has quite a few gluten free-vegan recipes:
    http://www.recipezaar.com/r/168/264

    Also, here is some useful info
    http://www.vegfamily.com/health/gluten-free-vegan-diet.htm
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    Curried Squash and Tofu - yummy

    Just made this last night...it was amazing! I can't wait to eat the left overs today!! You can play with the recipe if you like (e.g. add chick peas, cardamon pods, use more/less garlic, etc.) but...
  11. Thread: Tofu Recipes

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    tofu omlette bake

    Just tried this new recipe and it was yummy. You can prepare it the night before and then pop it in the oven in the morning if you like.

    Tofu Omeltte Bake

    2 tbsp olive oil
    1/2 onion, sliced...
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    Re: how long different food items last in the fridge?

    I have made lasagna with tofu and kept in it the fridge for 3 days and it tastes great, even better to be honest (I've been told it stays good for up to 5 days, but I am a bit paranoid!). As for...
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    Re: ToFurkey

    Rob (QG),

    Thank you for the link, I can now enjoy without guilt!

    Evilfluffbunny,

    Yes, that is the one I had, it was so yummy...worth every cent! It was comforting and very filling. We...
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    Vegan Thanksgiving

    I just had stuffedTofurky dinner in a box and loved it!

    The ingredients were written in french and although I read and speak french, I am not what one would consider bilingual ;)

    The gravy is...
  15. Thread: Weird food

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    Re: Weird food

    Peanut butter, tomato, and onion sounds yummy!

    I love toasted peanut butter and soy bacon sandwiches. :D
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    Re: Soymilk Brands

    My favorite soy milk is chocolate "So Nice", I find the others are either too grainy or too sweet ;)
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    Re: Moving to B.C. Need some advice

    Portiakitty...PLEASE don't leave me!!!

    I'm teasing...I understand your reasons ;)

    I wish Nova Scotia could offer you more in terms of your desired career and goals, ah well, I'll enjoy you...
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    Re: A mini-note about language on the forum

    Hey Stu, maybe you should cut down on the swearing ...we may not stay on the top! :p
  19. Thread: Vegan doctors

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    Re: Reputable fairly well known doctor

    Wow, what a great site (PCRM). You see, I'm still new at all of this (being vegan AND surfing the internet) so I am definitly learning more ever day!

    It's funny, but as a vegetarian, I was not...
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    Re: To anyone who watched the BBC "slaughterhouse"

    Actually, I knew nothing about it except for what I read on this forum ;)

    I was pretty sure that the main focus would be on English abattoir(s), but I am writing a paper so I didn't want to just...
  21. Thread: Teen nutrition?

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    Re: Teen nutrition?

    oh, and here are some examples for a healthy day as a vegan teen I found:

    For breakfast

    Peanut butter and banana on a bagel
    Cooked oatmeal and fruit
    Soy milk or juice

    For lunch
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    Re: Teen nutrition?

    This is some info I saved for my own use off of a vegan health and nutrition site for teens (ok, I'm not a teen, but I figured the same would apply for me!)

    2-3 servings per day Protein and Iron
    ...
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    Re: Japan + Vegan = ?

    You can always buy some oatmeal to keep in your room and just bring some down and ask for a bowl of hot water.

    This is what my hubby does as he is on the road all of the time. ;)
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    Re: replacement for cream of mushroom soup?

    Makes perfect sense ;)

    I haven't had a chance to try any of the recipes yet, though I'm looking forward to it now that I have a few ideas!

    Thanks
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    Re: To anyone who watched the BBC "slaughterhouse"

    Thank you! That is exactly what I was asking! ;)
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    To anyone who watched the BBC "slaughterhouse"

    Ok, I know I am going to drive you folks nuts with my paper, buuuuuut....another question!

    I have lots of quotes from Canadian and US slaughterhouse workers and I'd like to be able to reprt where...
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    Re: How should meateaters be viewed? How do you look at your past as a meateater?

    It is amazing to know that we (vegans and vegetarians) count for such a small portion of the population. People are convinced that it is right as the majority does it!

    ...and if only people would...
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    Re: Reputable fairly well known doctor

    Wow, thanks for all of the replies, I'm going to check them all out now! I'm sure I'll find a quote! Dr. Vernon Coleman sounds familiar--though I'm not sure why!?

    My paper is coming along...I...
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    Reputable, fairly well known, pro vegan doctors?

    Does anyone know of an article or book written by or quoting a reputable doctor who states that a vegetarian or vegan diet is in fact more healthy than that of a diet including meat (online or to be...
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    Re: How should meateaters be viewed?

    I agree, though most of the hardcore meat eaters I know would never agree to do such a thing. I wish more people would visit slaughterhouses, wow, it would have such an impact on so many! There are...
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    Re: How should meateaters be viewed?

    I agree with that statement,although "hate" is too strong of a word. I do not choose my friends (nor can I choose my family) based on what they eat, that doesn't mean that inside I like what they...
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    Re: replacement for cream of mushroom soup?

    Thanks Wildflower. I think that tofu with onion soup just might do the trick, I'll try it out....man I wish I had my food processor her at my parents, I'm lost without it!

    There are tons of...
  33. Thread: Pot Pie Recipe?

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    Re: Pot Pie Recipe?

    Oh, yes--oops!

    375*F for about 45 mins.
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    Re: Vegan Food Question, Fairly New Vegan Here

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    That is very true, as a vegatarian I always felt the need to have something on my plate to replace meat. Funny thing is I was a vegetarian for a few years and I have only just began to...
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    Re: replacement for cream of mushroom soup?

    Maybe I could use regular soup and add some flour? What do you think?
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    Re: Pot Pie Recipe?

    I have a yummy recipe for filling, unfortunatly, I'm lazy so I usually buy my pie crusts pre-made, but I'll look through my hubby's pastry book to see if there are any good whole wheat pie crusts. ...
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    Re: Vegan Food Question, Fairly New Vegan Here

    Hi there :)

    My husband and I eat a lot of the store bought veggie meats, especially during BBQ season. I do cook more veggie food now than I did when I first became vegan and I'm sure you will...
  38. Thread: Virtual Hunting

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    Re: Virtual Hunting

    So it is for real?! My brother mentioned that to me, but I didn't believe him (he is always teasing me).

    Unbelievable. :mad:
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    Re: replacement for cream of mushroom soup?

    There are quite a few recipes in the book that sound good but use the soup, here is one that is quite simple (less to type in!!) that I liked:

    CARROT LOAF
    1 large potato
    1 large carrot
    1...
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    Re: Virtual Hunting

    I guess I just know that children are taught that killing is wrong, therefore after playing a violent game where humans are the victim they know better than to go out and kill someone. Unfortunatly,...
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