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  1. Thread: Vegan Paris

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    Re: Vegan Paris

    Sorry - I note above that everyone else has already been there - except I've spelt it wrong! - of course as you all note above its Le Grenier!
  2. Thread: Vegan Paris

    by mjnewbould
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    I'm just in Paris - having a fantastic time. I have been going to a lovely little restaurant - La Grenouille in Rue Bucherie (Ar 4) - just near Notre Dame. Highly recommended - several lovely vegan...
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    Re: Defeated by item in the organic veg box

    If anyone's interested i can tell you which books i used for the above.
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    Re: Defeated by item in the organic veg box

    Oh i love beetroot! I do all sorts of different things. I recently tried a new soup - beetrrot, cocnut milk and lime juice. I really didn't think it sounded that great but when i tasted it - it...
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    Re: Defeated by item in the organic veg box

    Sorry - just did not get through them - so most went to compost - hate to waste food (though not sure they are quite what I'd think of as food) - but thanks for all the suggestions. Must say - I...
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    Re: Defeated by item in the organic veg box

    Ah - I don't like alcohol at all so Pimms and gin are not for me- but yes - maybe the odd one or two in a lemon drink might add something. yes I know salads are often said to benefit from the...
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    Defeated by item in the organic veg box

    For the first time I've got an item in my weekly veg box that I really do not know what to do with. A packet of borage flowers - I can usually think of a recipe for everything but this has defeated...
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    Re: Constant thirst

    Diabetes 1 is not inherited in most cases but there is a complex relationship between genes and other factors - such as viral infections (diabetes 2 is always inherited) and it has absolutely nothing...
  9. Thread: MS

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    Re: MS

    But obviously one should not lose weight on a vegan diet simply because its vegan- unless nutrician was absolutely awful previously and in excess of one's needs (and maybe that is the case for her...
  10. Thread: MS

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    Re: MS

    Well I don't know about this specific point; I'm not a neurologist, but I can tell you what i think on common sense grounds MS is of course a neurological disease and of course any poor diet can...
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    Poll: Re: Food allergies - Diagnosis du jour?

    i think its quite surprising for someone with an allergy not to ring up and check what was on offer before hand - quite a lot of allergies can be a bit fatal if one accidentally takes only a tiny bit...
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    Re: coeliac

    Yes -basically coeliac diesase is an inflammatory condition involving the duodenum and jejunum in which the inflammation causes a loss of the normal architecture of the lining of the intestine- what...
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    Re: Hypothyroid vegan

    There really is no medical reason for a special hypothyroid diet - like everything else - the more fruit and veg the better; with any medical problem the best thing is to eat as healthy a diet as...
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    Re: Hypothyroid vegan

    I have never heard of a specific diet for those who are hypothyroid. i cannot imagine why there should be such a thing.

    melanie
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    Poll: Re: Good places to eat vegan in Brighton...

    Just my experience - I've only been once and asked if the bread was vegan and no one knew! (I was probably unlucky - they might have had temporary staff in or something). I suppose it was quite...
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    Re: organic veggie box deliveries

    Just in case anyone's in Lancashire - well Rossendale really- and would like a box - our little local box scheme is still going (against all the odds)- Nature's Garden - really great! one of the...
  17. Re: How to point out the environmental aspects without sounding like a nutter?

    Could you take some vegan cup-cakes or something - you know to demonstrate how super the food is and then just drop it into the conversation? Actually my husband and I have a little environmental...
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    Re: vegan food in hospitals?

    Gosh - I'd never go private - there really is insufficient money put into it for it to begin to be safe! It makes the NHS look wealthy beyond dreams (which it is really - its just that evrything is...
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    Re: Miss the taste of butter?

    I get my Tomor (for flaky/puff pastry etc) from Prestwich Sainsbury's - so it seems to be available in several supermarkets. I presume it is usually in those branches that have a specialist Kosher...
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    Re: vegan food in hospitals?

    part of Alder hey Children's Hospitals is the Ronald McDonald Wing! (I presume its the same McDonald but I might be wrong). I note that our Trust appears to have won the Vegan Society award for good...
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    Re: Chinese Cabbage ideas?

    I stir fry it - with cashew nuts and spring - then put in some Tamari and seseme oil. I do this with anything green.
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    Re: Vegan with cancer?

    Nor would we ever think that adopting a vegan diet can be a cure for "cancer" - though of course it is likely that many people find it easier to be adequately nourished when eating a vegan diet and...
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    Re: Vegan with cancer?

    bsically "cancer" is not one disease but many thousands of different ones all of which have different aetiological agents and associations; some are viral assdociated for example and some are almost...
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    Re: bread maker

    Yes - of course I know why the suger might be needed in theory - its just that in practice - I'm not convinced it makes a difference - at least not in my experiments!
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    Re: bread maker

    I do bread without the maker - though I started with one and got fed up with it (hard to wash out). I basically use flour, salt, yeast and water and it always seems to work - but as Harpy says the...
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    Re: Fat for pastry?

    I asked this on VF last year and Tumor was suggested. Of course Trex and Pure are not suitable for lots of type of pastry - which are designed for the particular chemical and physical properties of...
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    Re: Vegan in the North East (and hot soy milk)

    It is just a matter of personal taste - I like Plamil Soy milk - other people here like rice milk, oat milk, almond milk, other nut milks etc. Also some people find it helps if you don't have the...
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    Sticky: Re: Honey

    I agree with harpy that it is simple to get rid of food - just leave it lying around at work - if necessary with "Eat me" written on it and it will just disappear. I've just had a box of chocolates...
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    Re: Oh my god!!!!!!

    I love food for thought - I've always got in and got a table (though I mean sharing with other people - not one just for me!). I love world food cafe also. Its making wish i was there instead of...
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    Re: vegans in hospital

    Now this is a bit of a weird thing for me to say - but I sort of know a bit about getting things sorted in the NHS and if anyone ever wanted me to have a go and help them I would certainly try. I...
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    Re: What Causes Cancer?

    Well - the thing is - it depends entirely on what disease you have - most people who have a chance of a cure will usually chose to do what it takes. I have to say my husband was not really ill with...
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    Poll: Re: the best place to be vegan in the UK

    My local areas are Manchester andTtodmorden/Hebden bridge, both of which are super (I live between the two). But I have several places i go for the odd holiday week. One is the South West - when I...
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    Re: Things you´ve tried to veganise

    I think meringue must be the absolutely most difficult thing to veganise! I cannot imagine how it could be done!
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    Re: What Causes Cancer?

    Thanks for your concern - Miss Bettie - but I have to say it was other people who went through everything- not me- and because my sister was so brave we got four more years with her. Because my...
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    Re: What Causes Cancer?

    Well - I think it is always difficult to know before it happens. I think I would have conventional therapy (surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy etc). Almost evryone does in that situation. Usually...
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    Re: What Causes Cancer?

    Just to say - drugs (and other therapies) used to treat cancer are indeed one of the major causes of cancer - (mainly leukaemia and tumours of soft tissue) because they interfere with cell division! ...
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    Re: Non-veg ex-partner/best mate of 20 years visiting...any ideas?

    Last week for some non-vegans non-veggies I made slow roast red peppers with chickpeas and cherry tomatoes. It is just halved red peppers filled with chickpeas and the toms and then put in the oven...
  38. Poll: Re: "Honestly: Do you think vegan food is as tasty as the food you ate before?"

    I find the food I eat now much better; it seems to me that there are a higher proportion of foodies amongst vegans than amongst omnis. Certainly on the evidence of this forum it seems that a lot of...
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    Re: vegans in hospital

    Well of course everyone is entitled to ask for something that conforms to their beliefs and I'm absolutely certain that the nurses could have done better for you. But hospitals tend to know their...
  40. Thread: Veganomicon

    by mjnewbould
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    Re: Veganomicon

    I tried the Tamarind lentils yesterday - it was absolutely lovely!
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