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  1. Thread: Binge foods?

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    Re: Binge Foods?

    As so many other here: ....NUTS! Of any kind! Peanutbutter and almonds don't live long in my house! I made PB two days ago and the jar is now half-empty... I have had probably most of that today....
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    Re: Vegan comfort food

    I tend to make a ginormous bowl of chocolate oatmeal with whipped banana, banana slices on top with loads of mixed nuts and peanutbutter on top... Probably not the best thing, as it is probably...
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    Breakfast: Oats in a Jar (PB on the bottom!) with...

    Breakfast: Oats in a Jar (PB on the bottom!) with whipped banana, peanutflour, carob-sauce and some sugar-free strawberry jam

    Lunch: hot-sauce glazed tempeh (Veganomicon) with raw cauliflower...
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    Re: Vegan in Durham?

    Thanks for the tip! I didn't have much hope of finding a veg restaurant/cafe in Durham anyway. Though it would be nice of course, but I can live with a 10 min ride on the train :P
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    *Droool......*
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    OMG, I NEED those oats... NOW! So pretty!
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    Re: Do you buy raw food from the internet?

    I'm the same way, though I love raw food, I don't think 100% is the thing for me... I believe that some cooked food in your diet is good! I have cut out the "four evils" and keep my diet very simple....
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    Here I am again! This time with both a dinner and a dessert picture!

    http://omdittogdatt.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/cimg2186.jpg?w=1024&h=768

    Indian bean dish with spicy tomato sauce
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    They sound good! Hmm, maybe I'll try some :D Thanks for the recipe!!
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    It's a while ago, but this is what I made for my mom on Mother's Day (here in Norway) + Valentine's Day! Aren't they cute?!
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    Ooo! I've never had Welsh cakes before! What are they like? And how do you make them? :D
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    Yes, they were really really good! Especially the last one! Lucky for me that I was alone when eating it, I sounded like a complete nut-case, 'mm'-ing and 'aah'-ing the entire time! :rolleyes:
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    http://omdittogdatt.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/img_0428.jpg?w=225&h=300
    Some raw fudge! Sooo good!

    http://omdittogdatt.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/cimg2180-thumb.jpg?w=380&h=285
    Sweet and...
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    Vegan in Durham?

    I! I'm going to Durham next year to study. I've been assured that the college caters to vegans, so that one is good... I was wondering if there are some good cafes/restaurants in Durham that serve...
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    Re: benefits of keeping a food journal

    I have been keeping a food journal for about a month now. I find that it really makes me have a varied diet. I make it a game, how long can I go before eating the same thing again? It's a lot of fun...
  16. Thread: Raw food ideas

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    Re: Raw food ideas

    There's a lot of different sites for raw food! I use vegweb.com, goneraw.com, rawfoodtalk.com etc. I also recommend finding some good raw food blogs! There are a lot of them out there! And find a...
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    Re: Do you buy raw food from the internet?

    iHerb.com is THE best online site! Supercheap and very good price on shipping! I buy all my stuff from them =)
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    Poll: Re: the best place to be vegan in the UK

    Hi guys! I was wondering if you could help me out a little...

    I'm planning to study in the UK next year (either Edinburgh or Oxford) and I really can't decide! I know that Edinburgh's awesome,...
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    Re: Raw: Where to start?

    I'm currently contemplating going raw, leaning mostly towards fruitarian, though haven't really come there yet. My breakfast is ALWAYS raw though, as it's mostly just one thing:

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    Re: Raw vegan food: What did you eat today? (2)

    *bump*

    Breakfast: green smoothie made from: 1 ring fresh pineapple, 2 apples, 2 bananas, 3 large leaves of savoy cabbage, a small part of both flax seeds and sunflower seeds.

    Lunch: salad with...
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    Re: Raw vegan food: What did you eat today? (2)

    Actually, is the raisins are sundried, they're raw :D Which is awesome, since I love raisins :3
  22. Sticky: Poll: Re: Do vegans need to worry more about nutrient deficiencies than meat eaters?

    I voted no, even though I do believe that nutrition is something everyone should be concerned about, whether they be meat-eaters, vegetarians or vegans.

    But I do think that vegans are more aware...
  23. Re: Mongolia: the "LEAST" vegan place in the world?

    I somehow found that quite fascinating, the thought that veggies are looked upon as "dirty" and more like a spice, while in our Western world, even the biggest meat-eater would not dare to critisize...
  24. Re: Environmental reasons to not eat meat / to go vegan

    Wow, there's hours of reading-material here! I'd better start reading or I'll be up all night! (Not that I mind though ;))
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    Re: Every office should have one...

    Oh my, now THAT sounds like a real treasure of a job!

    Whatever you do; don't let it go ;)
    Or, if you decide to do just that: give me a tip and I'll be sure to replace you :o
  26. Thread: Vegan Rome

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    Re: Vegan Rome

    Thanks mymblesdaughter anf harpy!
    I'm not sure if we're going to Rome though, my father was talking about Pompeii I think?

    Also, I was planning to buy the Vegan Passport before going. Maybe...
  27. Thread: Vegan Rome

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    Re: Vegan Rome

    And yet one reviving is needed!!!

    I'm going to Italy in about two months with a bunch of family-members, and I really need some good adivce when it comes to eating and drinking down there! For...
  28. Thread: Vegan, Norway

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    Re: Vegan, Norway

    Hi!
    I was wondering if there are any good vegan restaurants/cafés in Bergen?
    I don't often go out to eat, but when I do (once in a blue moon, being a poor student and all!) I want to eat...
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    I've joined!! This is such an important issue!!
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    Re: Bees are dying off at an alarming rate

    In our garden, we have a spot that's completely over-grown with raspberry and blackberry-bushes and during the summer I can always hear the buzzing from the bees, enjoying the berries! I love that...
  31. Re: Nearly 19000 animals killed pr. minute in USA alone

    I was searching App store on my iPhone today and found an "animal-killed counter" :(
    I would've liked to download it, just to show people how many animals are killed for our enjoyment every minute...
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    Re: cute animal pictures

    http://www.veganforum.com/forums/image.php?u=16231&dateline=1300975117&type=profile

    This is my dog, Bonnie! She's now a respectable old lady at the age of 12, but she's still playing with me...
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    Poll: Re: What are your favourite vegan protein sources?

    I am totally and utterly addicted to spinach and broccoli. I eat it ALL the time (have it on toast, in smoothies, stir-frys you name it!)

    Oh! And Soya milk, just bought my first package this...
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast?

    I am so loving this thread ;)

    Okay, a typical morning for me would be:
    Wake up and do 45 minutes of yoga and meditation, then pour myself a cup of coffee. When I've finished this, I make a...
  35. Thread: Veganomicon

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    Re: Veganomicon

    I just hands-down ADORE this book! I stumbled over it while shopping in London and I must say that those were money well spent!

    I've even started checking off each recipe as I go along, just to...
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    Re: Help with finding the right cookbooks

    As Andy_T posted earlier, "Veganomicon" is a GREAT cookbook! I recently bought it and it has all sorts of recipes, from the one's that take 10 min to the more complicated, formal dinner-type dishes....
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    Poll: Re: Going vegan - was it easy for you?

    When I first went veggie (lacto-ovo) I used to think that I'd NEVER become a vegan. That was just too extreme. But after a while, I sort of realized the benefits of a vegan diet and lifestyle. But if...
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    Is B12 really something to worry about?

    When I first went vegetarian, I was constantly asked whether I got enough protein. Now, after reading up on it, I have learnt that this is not an issue if you eat a healthy, balanced diet.

    Then I...
  39. Re: What's the recommended daily intake of B12 in your country?

    This is quite interesting! After looking it up, I found that the recommended intake of B12 in Norway is:

    2 mcg for both men and women.
    2 mcg for pregnant women
    and 2.4 mcg for women who are...
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    Re: Fur banned from Fashion Week in Norway

    Being from Norway, this is GREAT! More and more people are getting interested in what they're actually wearing...

    But unfortunately not everyone... My dad still insists in wearing expencive...
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