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    Re: Semi-veganism

    Dear Melina,

    I feel exactly the same, and I am glad that someone else addressed int because I probably wouldn`t have. After initially posting a lot, I have slowly retracted - although I have been...
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    Re: vegan meat balls, any ideas?

    I am of no help, I am afraid, but why call them meat balls at all when they do not contain any? Sorry to be so particular about this but a "vegan meatball", to me, is like a male girl.
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    Re: Horrendous food experience!!

    I am sorry that this happened to you and agree with the others that this is not on ly distressing for you as a vegan but also extremely dangerous for those allergic to seafood.

    I don`t exactly...
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    Re: Favourite book as a child

    I devoured everything by Enid Blyton, especially the criminal stories.

    littleTigercub
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    Re: Cruelty Free Scotland Fayre 2005

    Yes, I will go to - I will be just back from holiday then, so this will work out fab!

    littleTigercub
  6. Re: just 2 fruits a day?

    My understanding is that some people limit fruit because of the sugar content. In my opinion, a diet which limits fruit intake cannot be a good diet. Fruit is full of goodness and low in nasties, and...
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    Re: Cold pasta salad

    I like pasta and pesto cold, with pine nuts and olives.
    littleTigercub
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    Re: My Weight and Pregnancy...

    Do you disagree?

    littleTigercub
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    Re: My Weight and Pregnancy...

    I had an anorexic colleague who conceived *while* having anorexia, and although the midwife had predicted a complicated birth, it all went fine.

    Victoria Beckham is also really skinny and had...
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    Re: Overeating

    I overeat for all sorts of reasons and can relate to what you write.

    I was diagnosed with an eating disorder but although I think I have come over the worst, I still overeat (although I do not...
  11. Sticky: Re: Are there any good arguments PRO eating animal products at all?

    Atkins dropped dead on the street - he suffered a heart attack and weighed in at 20st

    littleTigercub
  12. Sticky: Re: Are there any good arguments PRO eating animal products at all?

    I think that it is so evident now that the entire Western society needs to cut down on its meat intake. The only person/company who keeps trying to persuade us otherwise is Dr Atkins, and he does...
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    Re: The "Big Talk": How do I explain veganism to my kids?

    Well, I don`t understand it either. If it is not "overwhelming" for herself to be vegan, how much more an effort can it be to mash something of her own food for the kid?

    One thing may be...
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    Re: Nutritional yeast

    I bought a can of this weeks ago and still have never touched it.

    This thread is very inspring and I really should try something with it! I must admit that I start missng cheese recently, but I...
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    Re: tescos (etc)

    Of course, I do not think that you would lie. Sorry if I sounded a bit confronting (I realise this retrospectively) but what I wanted to say is that there are always options.

    First of all, I would...
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    Re: tescos (etc)

    Of course, I do not think that you would lie. Sorry if I sounded a bit confronting (I realise this retrospectively) but what I wanted to say is that there are always options.

    First of all, I would...
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    Re: tescos (etc)

    Why is Tesco the only shop you can buy from? I find this hard to believe. And even if everything else is so far away, if you really, really feel strongly about it, why not shop online?
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    Re: Vegan-friendly jobs

    I`d love to work for organisations like Viva or Advocates for Animals, etc. Advocates pay quite well, too, I have once applied (but did not get as far as an interview... :-().

    If you can afford to...
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    Re: Removal of wisdom teeth- why?

    I think it`s a a cosmetic issue. I had mine removed before they came out because my gum was too small and they would have pushed all my other teeth together which would have been very unsightly.
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  20. Thread: Avocado

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    Re: Avocado

    I like avocado (although not as much as hummous) but I also used to avoid them because of the fat.

    Since I have dropped the cheese, I eat them with the best of confidence because I consider them...
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    Re: Vegan Food in a Hotel

    I am sure that, if you stay there for several months, the hotel will earn enough money on you to justify going that extra length to provide with what you ask for.

    littleTigercub
  22. Re: A veganisating wish!

    George Bush. He may not be popular but noone can deny that he is powerful.
    littleTigercub
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    Re: 'McLibel' pair win legal aid case

    Was this the same than the DVD or another programme?

    I am thinking of buying the DVD (although the price of 20.00 puts me off), but I would pay for all expenses if somebody would be able to...
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    Re: 'McLibel' pair win legal aid case

    You know what annoys me like mad?

    This afternoon, I have read about the trial in an old magazine of the time and had made a mental note that I must research the topic on the internet. Although I...
  25. Re: How should meateaters be viewed?

    This is my view, yes. I once got crucified in another forum for saying that, if there were no slaughterhouses for people to work in, they may be more violence towards humans.

    But a vivisectionist...
  26. Re: How should meateaters be viewed?

    Some people realise what they eat and don`t.

    They know that their steaks do not grow on trees but they do not know about the suffering because they do not want to know. They are in denial because...
  27. Thread: KFC

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    Re: KFC

    re. Glasgow: I would be up for it if it was on a weekend. Who is organizing this? WLT have more info. Campaigning was sth I was always interested it but I never got round to actually doing it....
  28. Re: How should meateaters be viewed?

    I know that I am probably very lonely in my views here, but I cannot judge meat eaters. I just don`t. It`s their choice, they do not want to know or do not care enough, but who am I to judge their...
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    Re: Madhur Jaffrey

    I own the book and absolutely love it!
    littleTigercub
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    Re: Plantain!

    I had left the skin on when I grilled them. The next time I try the one with the soy milk, thanks. I would like to taste it some time, but that was for the bin... :-(

    littleTigercub
  31. Sticky: Re: Nutrient deficiencies more common in meat eaters than in vegans

    I can say from my own experience that I was more deficient as a vegetarian than I am as a vegan.

    I keep tracking my diet in www.fitday.com and always was deficient in calcium, zinc, magnesium, B12...
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    Re: Plantain!

    I grilled them, as described in the receipe, until the skin was black. They were still rock hard... @-(

    littleTigercub
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    Re: Plantain!

    There is a nice receipe for stuffed plaintain in "The Gate". I once tried to do it but the damn things were so hard!!!

    How on earth did you actually get them to become soft enough to *mash*...
  34. Poll: Re: Added extras to going vegan!

    I do admit that I do not feel healthier myself but my purse does! This is not necessarily because vegan ingredients are generally cheaper, but they are hard to get when you are out, so instead of...
  35. Re: aspartame

    I love sweet foods, and to be honest, I cannot see myself ever being without either! Where possible, I use artificial sweeteners but do not feel so good about them either as I am aware of the...
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    What do you actually think is worse - sugar or artificial sweeteners?

    The messages you get are really confusing...

    littleTigercub
  37. Re: Eating out at Indian/Chinese restaurants

    We have been at an Indian "Gourmet Night" last night and out of the four main courses, one was with chicken and three were vegan, so were the samosas which were served as a starter! I was dead...
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    Re: Top 10 favourite vegan foods

    1.) Hummous
    2.) Nut butters
    3.) Homemade brad with seeds
    4.) Soy Milk
    5.) All fruit
    6.) all Veg
    7.) Pasta
    8.) Miso Soup
    9.) Oat cakes
    10.) Vegetarian Chili
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    Re: Compost

    What`s wrong with composting? Surely, you use animals, but you do them good with feeding them what they want?

    littleTigercub
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    Poll: Re: Has your weight changed since going vegan?

    Will I tell you what?

    In the first three weeks, I slipped 1 day each weak and my weight remained the same.

    Last week was my first completely vegan week and I lost 2 1/2lb in a week - 1/2lb to...
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