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    Re: Vegan online stores

    Thank you so much for the link! I have just received my first order from them :p Very happy about $10 discount that the link provided :) Postage for three pounds is really good value.
  2. Governmental positions on vegan diet around the world

    I am writing to ask for your help to find information about veganism in your countries. More specifically I am looking for information what is the official position (if there is any) of high-level...
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    Re: Buying Tempeh Starter?

    I'm also looking for tempeh starter in London. Is there any good place to buy it?
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    Sticky: [bio] B12 in mushrooms

    About B12 in mushrooms on Jack Norris blog: http://jacknorrisrd.com/?p=588
  5. Sticky: [bio] [mcg] Re: 54.5-58.6 microg/100 g in Nori (dry weight)

    I haven't seen this one posted, sorry if I duplicate.

    http://pubs.acs.org/cgi-bin/abstract.cgi/jafcau/1999/47/i06/abs/jf981065c.html



    It was posted from another research:

    If nori needs...
  6. Sticky: [bio] [mcg] Re: Up to 60 mcg genuine vitamin B12 per 100 g sea buckthorn

    In Lithuania on sea buckthorn juices package is written it contains B12. But they don't say how much.

    Every autumn i collect these berries and eat them raw. They're very tasty and lots of them are...
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    B12 in fresh dates

    In Lithuania (and in some other European countries) one can buy fresh dates "Salem". On the package it is written that they are "rich in minerals and vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12". It could be...
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    Re: Vilnuis, Lituania

    There is a new page made by animal rights group in Lithuania - http://www.animalrights.lt/en :)
    If you need any help with veganism in Lithuania, please contact us -...
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    Re: what is the word "vegan" in your language ?

    in lithuanian language - "veganas/vegane" :)
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    Re: Films with an AR message

    Does anyone know a french (?) movie about two aliens, who are vegans and can communicate with their home planet only when they put feet in water?
    I saw it about 8 years ago and forgot the name....
  11. Thread: Farmers Market

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    Re: Farmers Market

    What a nice idea :)
    When I lived in London, I used to buy organic vegan muffins, cakes or salads in the market. And I just loved fresh organic juices :) yum...
    Good luck!
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    Re: Vilnuis, Lituania

    I'm not from Vilnius, but as far as I know there is no real 100% Vegan restaurant. You can visit "Balti Drambliai" (http://www.club.lt/index/lt/vilnius/bars/catalog/?id=1), which is vegetarian place,...
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    Re: Fructarianism/Fruitarianism

    This one was quite interesting to me:
    http://www.beyondveg.com/billings-t/bio/billings-t-bio-1a.shtml
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    Poll: Re: Did anyone lose weight when they first went vegan?

    Try body mass index calculator to check if your weight is normal or not:
    http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/bmi/calc-bmi.htm

    Yes, vegan food is more tasty to me too... I don't know if I eat more or...
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    Re: Favorite vegan/vegetarian websites

    Between the Species
    An Electronic Journal for the Study of Philosophy and Animals

    http://cla.calpoly.edu/~jlynch/

    A bit philosophical and academical...
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    Re: Vegan man breaks marathon record.

    Incredible :)

    Is it possible to get his tipical one-day menu? That would be interesting...
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    Re: In need of help!!

    You're right Hasha. At the beginning it's seems that all minds are about food (can I eat this? Is there some milk in it? ohh, it looks tasty but it's not vegan...). But then I said to myself "it's...
  18. Thread: Vegans and eggs

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    Sticky: Re: Vegan view on eggs

    But why other wild birds don't do that?
    And why hens stop laying eggs when they brood and grow their kids?

    :)
  19. Thread: Vegans and eggs

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    Sticky: Re: Vegan view on eggs

    But why hen lays an egg if she knows it is not fertilized. Do other wild birds behave the same?
  20. Thread: Manure

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    Vegan garden

    If I fertilize my garden with cow's manure, my garden is vegan or not?
    Is there any difference when I buy manure and when I collect those droppings?
    hmmm. :)
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    Re: want to be fat!

    Me too.. I'm really skinny and I always was. :)
    As tails4wagging said it's probably in my genes, but I still try to put weight on.
    Everyday I eat handful of nuts, peanut butter, olive or flax oil...
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    Re: healthy sweets please?

    Dried fruits are very delicious... sweet, healthy and cheap :)
    I'm fond of dried figs and dates. Actually, even my grandmother and cousin started to eat them instead of cakes or other sweets with...
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    Re: calcium in mineral water

    Journal of bone and mineral metabolism. [J Bone Miner Metab] 2003; Vol. 21 (1), pp. 28-33.

    For people in Western countries, the vegan diet has the advantage of low energy intake, but the calcium...
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    Re: calcium in mineral water

    Journal of clinical gastroenterology. [J Clin Gastroenterol] 2004 Oct; Vol. 38 (9), pp. 761-6.

    GOALS: The study was designed to determine whether high-calcium mineral water is an efficient...
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    Re: calcium in mineral water

    Another one:
    The British journal of nutrition. [Br J Nutr] 2005 Feb; Vol. 93 (2), pp. 225-31

    It is well known that the intestinal availability of Ca from Ca-rich mineral waters is equivalent to...
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    Re: calcium in mineral water

    I've found this in:
    Journal of the American Dietetic Association. [J Am Diet Assoc] 2002 Nov; Vol. 102 (11), pp. 1658-62.

    OBJECTIVE: To assess the contribution of mineral water containing...
  27. Thread: Growing bones

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    Re: Growing bones

    Mineral water may help. It has calcium and other minerals. In my country you can get one type of it, which has more than 500mg/l of calcium.
    Being in sun is very important too.
  28. Thread: Dying for Dairy

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    Re: Dying for Dairy

    Strange, but when I want cheese (that's the only dairy product I miss) I eat mushrooms - spaghetti with mushrooms, salads with mushrooms, everything with mushrooms :) my favourites - champignons.
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    calcium in mineral water

    I know one brand of mineral water which has more than 500mg of calcium per litre. It could be a good source, but... can our bodies absorb all those minerals in mineral water? If 'yes', then how much?...
  30. Thread: B12 in Aloe Vera

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    It's not so easy becouse of the strong and...

    It's not so easy becouse of the strong and specific taste.
    What my grandmother does:
    She takes a couple of Aloe Vera 'leaves' and chops them. Then she adds some sliced lemon, sugar and 400ml water....
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    eating with your fingers

    it was a nice party yesterday -- some friends, vegan food and... eating withoud forks and spoons. :) very funny and messy.

    sometimes I like eating just with my fingers.
    what about you?
    :)
  32. Thread: world hunger

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    world hunger

    I'm just thinking if there is some relation between veganism and those poor countries with famine problems.
    Maybe food problems is coused by all those conflicts, fighting and weapons trading?
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