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    Re: PETA killing animals?

    Apparently less than if these cats were unneutered. That's why I support TNR both for cat welfare and in order to have a positive impact on native wildlife.

    Again, I don't claim to be an all...
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    Re: PETA killing animals?

    Veganblue, I appreciate that there is a complex web of interactions suffering serious damage and that this issue cannot be dealt with effectively in isolation. It would seem though that eradication...
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    Re: PETA killing animals?

    Yes, Geoff, I live in the UK and you are in Australia. I was unaware of the Australian problem until I started looking into it recently. I'm not claiming to be an authority on the subject but just...
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    Re: PETA killing animals?

    It's sad and unsurprising that at the root of this problem is a lack of care on the part of the public.

    When feral cats are removed from the wild, there is evidence to suggest, that a vacuum is...
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    Re: PETA killing animals?

    Ridiculous?

    Is the RSPCA of Queenslands method working? Obviously not!
    Where else are the 10,000 extra feral cats coming from?
    They need to work at the root cause of this problem. It wouldn't...
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    Re: PETA killing animals?

    Here's a different approach -
    http://www.alleycat.org/visitor.html
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    Re: PETA killing animals?

    You're not asking me but I'll tell you what I would do.
    I would STOP taking new admissions in rather than DESTROY the guests I was already caring for. Plenty of cats would rather take their chances...
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    Poll: Re: "Microwaved Water - See what It does To Plants"

    I remember reading somewhere or other that a kind of ice forms at cellular levels within our bodies due to the high pressures within our cells. Crystals called, ice 6. Perhaps we are all filled with...
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    Poll: Re: "Microwaved Water - See what It does To Plants"

    This information, warning about the alleged dangers of microwaving food, appears in a number of places around the net. I have wondered before if it was actually safe to microwave food. I'm still left...
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    Re: more calcium for my kids!

    After two attempts I finally have an answer from Tropicana re: products suitable for vegans - here is the reply - I hope they know what they're talking about -

    Thank you for your e-mail enquiry
    ...
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    Re: Curdling soya milk

    I've just remembered something else about this.
    I use Alpro with Calcium + Vitamins. When using the Alpro Unsweetened Soy milk I found that my coffee curdled quite frequently - especially when...
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    Re: Curdling soya milk

    I find it best to use real coffee in a bodum.
    I add the soy milk to the cups first and I don't make the coffee too strong.
    It works everytime and tastes great. The boiling water cools slightly in...
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    Re: Need encouragement please

    I very much agree with this. When people say to me that I CAN'T eat something, I tell them that I CAN eat it but I WON'T. I let them know that I'm making a conscious choice. My choices make me vegan....
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    Re: 5000 year old tribe still on a vegan diet

    I love this tribe. I would love to see a documentary about their way of life. It would make great television and provide a good means of introducing and exploring the idea of veganism in a new way to...
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    Re: Drug Trial Disaster!

    A related point (possibly an obvious one) -
    Those who practice violence and intimidation against vivisectionists enable the media and therefore the public to lazily typecast all anti-vivisectionists...
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    Re: Drug Trial Disaster!

    I like the Sky Poll on Sky News this morning -
    'Should drug testing be banned on humans?'
    It's already tested on animals. What the hell do they think they're going to test it on next?
    The animal...
  17. Re: New Food Pyramid scheme from USDA Morons

    Cow milk in the UK is fortified with iodine (via the animal feed).

    Nobody wants pig milk.

    Or pig cheese.

    Or dog milk for that matter. etc. etc.
  18. Poll: Re: B12 - is there something wrong with nature?

    If, in an archaic style society a vegan can get B12 from unsanitized nature but in a modern style society a vegan can only get B12 from science, then it seems fortunate that's it's possible for a...
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    Re: more calcium for my kids!

    Could I ask if you discovered if the Tropicana+Calcium is vegan or not?
    Has anyone discovered if the Tropican+Calcium is in fact vegan?

    I just discovered that Jacobs fig rolls are not vegan.
    :(
  20. Poll: Re: B12 - is there something wrong with nature?

    Then again...
    What about that 5000 year old vegan Aryan tribe?
    Presumably they must be getting their B12 from somewhere.
  21. Poll: Re: B12 - is there something wrong with nature?

    It seems to me that there has probably never been an optimal and humane diet available in the past in any one corner of this planet and that an optimal and humane human diet is a goal towards which...
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    Re: Crafty ways to end ignorance

    When receiving charity appeals from organizations that fund/practice vivisection, I use their own freepost envelopes to send back anti-vivisection information to them.
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    Re: help! bought chezzly

    I also love Cheezly. I think it's far better than cheese ever was. I would put it in sandwiches with some ploughman's pickle, sliced tomatoes or some spring onions. I've only used the super melting...
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    Re: Vegan cheese - any good?

    I find that Parmezano works very well in pesto.
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    Re: Do you drink? Alcohol that is...

    Four nights a week. Sometimes a little less, sometimes a little more than the UK recommended unit allowance (which I don't trust anyway). I like the effect and the taste (red wine mostly) but would...
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    Re: liquid smoke

    I looked it up at the brand's own website. They say it is.
    http://www.figaroco.com/
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    Re: liquid smoke

    There's some here -
    http://www.barbecue-online.co.uk/
    Looks cheaper than skyco. I looked for some a while back but didn't get any in the end as I read that it was supposed to be bad for you somehow.
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    Re: When I eat... (a food sensitivity/reaction thread)

    You seem already well versed on the subject - that's good. I was just checking.
    The show I saw dealt with the effects of alcohol generally with a handful of volunteers being subjected to various...
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    Re: When I eat... (a food sensitivity/reaction thread)

    Is that just a reaction to beer or alcohol in general?
    I ask because I know that a lot of people are allergic to alcohol and unaware of it. Alcohol allergy can be very dangerous. The bright red...
  30. Re: More Sensative to Sugar? What's going on?

    I have no advice but would like to mention that after turning vegan I too found myself more sensitive to sugar - so did my wife. Someone with some experience also suggested that I should cut down on...
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