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    Re: About nutritional yeast & B12

    On the Solgar's Brewer's yeast powder's label appears that it is unfortified, and it states that it has 4mg of b12 every 2 Tbsp. Where does this b12 come from?
  2. Sticky: Poll: Re: Planning a poll about fav. vegan cheese products. Suggestions, please!

    I've found a brand called Violife. It is absolutly delicious!!! The best I've tried, normally I didn't enjoy the others... sometimes Vegusto, but not as good as this one, I really recommend to taste...
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    Sticky: Poll: Re: B12 deficiency: case stories wanted

    I had a blood test recently because a problem in my foot. Everything was fine, the b12 was nearly 400 (sorry, I forgot the exact amount) and good levels of the others things. I've been vegan for more...
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    Re: looking to find vegan devon/cornwall group?

    Hello all,
    I would like to inform you about next events in March organized by EFFA. As most of you know, in March EFFA use to do the Vegan Pledge in Exeter. This year it is going to be called "Go...
  5. Thread: Vegan Spain

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    Re: Vegan Spain

    If you understand Spaniish there is a lot of information here (if you want to get involved in something and for eating, shoping...):

    http://www.forovegetariano.org/

    You can also buy here (and...
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    Re: Does a healthy body manufacture B12?

    Yes, it would be great to have a thread for that. However, I've been yesterday in the gp and he told me that as my test was perfect last year, is only when I feel tired when he is going to ask for a...
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    Re: Does a healthy body manufacture B12?

    Thank you, that's very interesting.
    I think any way we could use this thread as a way of showing our good health in case we don't use supplements. Maybe if we just present our blood test here every...
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    Re: looking to find vegan devon/cornwall group?

    If anyone wants o pop in, I'm in the kitchen, don't doubt to say hello to the spanish lady:rolleyes:.
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    Re: looking to find vegan devon/cornwall group?

    And they are all organic..!

    Best wishes
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast?

    If you like tempeh you can make a paté with it, just mixing it with your favourite soft cheese or just with cream, adding in both salt and pepper. Don't need to cook it and with jam or mermalade is...
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    Re: looking to find vegan devon/cornwall group?

    Good!;)
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    Re: looking to find vegan devon/cornwall group?

    Yes! all the wines are vegan:o
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    Re: looking to find vegan devon/cornwall group?

    I want to visit Lyme Regis in August, a friend of mine is working that month in there. I really like this town, and now with the new veggie restaurant..!

    I wanted to recommend a place in Exeter...
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    Re: Does a healthy body manufacture B12?

    I think this article doesn't answer all Vetrano' statements but, in any case, my English is not that good, I don't understand about nutrition facts and, much less, about medicine. I would have loved...
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    Re: Long time no B12 supplement stories?

    It says also: (I cppy and paste)

    It is well known that anaerobic bacteria exists in the human digestive tract just as they exist in the baboon digestive tract. Vegans not taking supplements,...
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    Re: Does a healthy body manufacture B12?

    I don't know if this article has been already showed in other thread but it could be of interest:

    http://www.roylretreat.com/articles/b12.html


    Accordind to the author, V V. Vetrano, a...
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    Re: Long time no B12 supplement stories?

    This is an experiments with baboons, I thought this thread could be the one for it. It states that we can create our own b12. Sorry for not summarize it but I wouldn' dare with my English. Better...
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    Re: vegan chinese food?

    My goodness, I've been having a look to your blog and everything looks yuuuuuummy!!! Congratulations, is amazing what you do, and thank you for showing it to us:)
  19. Re: What's been your most exciting find since turning vegan?

    Hello all,

    Well, it is not the most exciting thing, but I think is really nice and I wanted to let you know about it: I've been offered a packet of dried bean curd. You can find it in a chinese...
  20. Thread: Tesco

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    Re: Tesco

    They've answered me that they are going to speak with the manager asking him to separate free diary bread from the others and to label it.
    It would be really helpful and more logic. What do they do...
  21. Thread: Tesco

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    Re: Tesco

    Sorry for that, but I need to continue with the bread topic.:satisfied: I asked in Tesco if they could see in the book whether the walnut loaf has any dairy or not. Despite the fact in the tesco's...
  22. Prohibition of animal experiments for cosmetics products?

    Hello all,
    I found this in a Spanish forum and I think it is worth to read it as we are, apparently, wrongly happy with the well known low against animal experimentation in the EU.
    A friend of...
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    Re: Positive (side) effects of going vegan

    This is completely amazing, it is so far the best testimony I've read.
    Lots of love for you.
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    Thanks!:-)
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    Thank you! :-) Jus-rol is a brand or a supermarket?
  26. Thread: Tesco

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    Re: Tesco

    Yes, if you have the ingredients is more reliable. But l like very crunchy crust and heavy crumb. It would be very useful though if they indicates ingredients for allergies (in sainsbury they do it).
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    Re: Tesco

    Thank you harpy, l was thinking about to do my own bread as well, l used to do it but l stopped when l moved to Spain first, now that l'm in England again maybe is a good idea. but l'm a little bit...
  28. Thread: Tesco

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    Re: Tesco

    Hello everyone,
    I went to Tesco and asked about the bread for knowing if it has any milk in it. They told me that mostly all of them have milk. I've checked in the Tesco vegan list and apparently...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    Thank you Firestorm! You've made of me a very happy person:-)
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    Wow!! where can you find croissants? When l go to Seville l buy them here: (the site is worth to see)

    http://veganitessen.blogspot.co.uk/

    But l don't know in Exeter... Do you buy them in a...
  31. Re: What's been your most exciting find since turning vegan?

    The most exiting thing is that my menstruation just last 2 days and a half and is not abundant, whereas before was about 5-6 days and it was pleintiful!
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast?

    For a simple omelette I add sometimes olive oil and another times margarine. The idea of the olive oil comes from a tipical food from Nice, like a hard pankace made in the oven with gram flowe (and...
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast?

    For me they are really "convincing", l even make spanish omelettes (with potatoes) with it. Apparently in Spain they used to use chickpea flower (edited: flour:o) after the civil war, when they...
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast?

    Sometimes l make an omelette with chickpea flower (edited: flour, of course!, l just live like this, l quite like it), add some spring onions or mushrooms. If you mix it with margarine it gives a...
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast?

    Toasts, olive oil, sliced tomatoes. Black coffee. Heaven!
  36. Thread: Vegusto

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    Re: Vegusto

    I don't know if l understand very well... sorry! In the label it said "blue cheese", it is that aswell known as "classic"? I thought I've already tried the classic one, but I'm very scatered-minded...
  37. Thread: Vegusto

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    Re: Vegusto

    Hi, it was hard but l found a reference:

    http://plantgoodness24.ie/categories/770/Products_by_Brand/Vegusto.html

    I think they manage to get the flavour really well, it is not as tasty as the...
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    Poll: Re: Please list all of the reasons why you are a vegan

    I think this wonderful talk is perfect for this thread, very well explained why it is absolutly necessary to become vegan:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqzF4K4eFeQ

    It is with spanish...
  39. Thread: Vegusto

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    Re: Vegusto

    I'm completely happy, there are selling vegusto products in a shop now in Exeter!!:rolleyes:
    For those who live here, is in Seasons: http://www.seasons4food.co.uk/
    I've just had the blue cheese...
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    Re: looking to find vegan devon/cornwall group?

    Yes, is nice. I've been living in Totnes for two years and worked at Willow. Now l'm in Exeter, which l prefer, though.
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