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    Peter Singer's Dal Recipe

    PETER SINGER'S DAL RECIPE

    INGREDIENTS:
    1 tablespoon olive oil
    2 cloves garlic (crushed/chopped)
    1 medium onion (diced)
    1- 2 tablespoons curry powder, to taste
    Salt, to taste
    1 cup small red...
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    Re: Feedback for vegan store names?

    One of our friends in the 1960's had a vegetarian restaurant in the U.S. called "Healthy, Wealthy and Wise". I think that would be a very catchy name for a plant based food shop.

    And a vegetarian...
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    Re: Can dogs smell cancer?

    Obviously the video is syndicated as viewing is restricted. The video is a BBC production so it featured stories from the UK and UK scientists though it also featured studies in the U.S.
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    Can dogs smell cancer?

    Could the dog be an even better friend to man than we imagined? For 15 years, a handful of scientists have braved scepticism and ridicule to investigate the possibility that dogs can be trained to...
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    Getting animals in view

    A philosophical discussion on why we should treat non-human animals' life with respect.



    Getting Animals in View

    by Christine Korsgaard Pointmag.com Issue 6 | Winter, 2013

    What...
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    Re: Dressings in a raw food diet

    My basic dressing would be:

    oil
    lemon juice
    salt
    sugar


    Then you can add a small amount of ground fried peanuts to turn it into a peanut dressing.
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    Re: hello i'm new, am going vegan

    Revol

    Welcome to the forum. Please explore the forum; there are many threads on here that can help you transition without too much pain to a vegan lifestyle.
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    Re: What did you eat today? (15)

    Hi
    First time on this thread. It's morning here so had brekkie.

    Green tea
    Toasted mixed grain sliced bread with peanut butter
    A small pack of snack quantity flame raisin (that's the blurb,...
  9. Re: Soy -- Is it healthy? Is it toxic? Can it impact on fertility?

    I think the reason why the video is not allowed in other countries is that it's syndicated.

    Korn, I wasn't asking the questions , they were the teasers for the video and if you were able to watch...
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    Re: Elephant learns to speak Korean

    So there is hope for our bordercollie-kelpie yet! I actually am teaching her for fun how to count from one to five, but without success.
  11. Re: Campaign to save Bill and Lou, Oxen in Vermont

    I'm late coming into the conversation. I think what lesson we can derive from this, is that the donors of the animals should make it a condition that whenever the receivers of the animals feel that...
  12. Soy -- Is it healthy? Is it toxic? Can it impact on fertility?

    Hi Korn

    The link below is for an internet tv from The Age online newspaper. I understand that I can't post it on the Vegan TV section so Im posting the link here. It's a very interesting...
  13. "Would you eat your dog?" (PETA to Nevada kids)

    A billboard that will be placed outside Nevada public schools is sure to make for interesting Thanksgiving dinner conversation, that is, if kids let the turkey make it to the table.


    PETA plans...
  14. Was Popeye right about spinach? and other "superfoods"

    The cartoon character Popeye was right to scoff a can of spinach when he wanted his biceps to bulge, according to a study showing why the leafy vegetable makes us stronger.


    Researchers at the...
  15. Re: Very new to vegan diet - please have a look at my diet thus far

    Bizt

    Congratulations! I think you are on the right track; just eat more beans and lentils, as mentioned earlier by Robin.

    You eat cucumber and carrot for snack, good on you! I eat junk,...
  16. Re: Easy Asian Vegan cookbook - out now on Amazon kindle

    Hi Harpy

    Long time no hear. Thanks for your query. Itís on the UK site too.

    Here is the link. ...
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    Please move the deer crossings!

    This is real if it's not so funny!


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CI8UPHMzZm8
  18. Re: Easy Asian Vegan cookbook - out now on Amazon kindle

    Hi Syrius

    Thanks for your greetings. Maybe you missed this sentence in my first post on this thread. They are available for purchase on Kindle devices and Kindle apps for free from amazon for...
  19. Re: Easy Asian Vegan cookbook - out now on Amazon kindle

    Hi Blueberries

    Thanks for your best wishes.

    I felt that I had to write Easy Asian Vegan because I felt like I wanted to share my ideas about food to others and writing it down was like ideas...
  20. Easy Asian Vegan cookbook - out now on Amazon kindle

    Hello everyone!

    Let me introduce/re-introduce myself. I am a member here since early 2010 and was relatively active in participating in some of the threads here. The reason for my absence for...
  21. Poll: Re: How important are animal rights issues to you?

    There are issues in this world that need urgency like, the right to have same sex marriage, right of people in poor countries to have 3 square meals a day, or the high rate of infant mortality in...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food (5)

    I want to share what I made recently. The recipes are on my website.

    Curry


    http://a.imageshack.us/img214/5458/dsc02704j.jpg

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  23. Poll: Re: How important are animal rights issues to you?

    I have a simple answer to this. If you honestly look at the human beings and animals, such as oyster, it's self-evident that human beings are on a different level from animals.

    Oysters can not...
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    Re: Vegan friendly restaurants in Australia

    Another good restaurant in the Melbourne area that is so devoted to flavour and innovation in cooking is the Healthy, Wealthy and Wise restaurant located in Keilor. You wont see mock turkey or...
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    Green leafy vegetables reduce diabetes risk

    This is a newsitem from a newspaper.


    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/breaking-news/green-leafy-veg-reduces-diabetes-risk/story-e6frf7jx-1225907638440

    Green leafy vegetables reduce diabetes...
  26. Re: Spicing up your food-favourite seasonings/sauces/marinades

    Without sounding too patronizing, asian recipes are generally easy to do and very tasty because of its use of various spices. Just the other day I made just mung sprouts and my daughter who is a bit...
  27. Re: Food to fix depression

    Hi Veganbride

    Nice to hear that you are getting better and seems like your activities lately are really getting you on the right track. Keeping our mind and body busy is a good way to get out of...
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    Sticky: Re: Vegans don't use honey

    In place of honey I use either golden syrup or maple syrup or maple flavoured syrup.
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    Re: Purple carrots the next superfood

    I'm sure their study will undergo peer review.

    About vivisection. Surely when we read about it, we will feel the cold reality that there is no such thing as a purist vegan because we really dont...
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    Purple carrots the next superfood

    Purple carrots the next superfood
    The Age newspaper, Melbourne, by KELSEY MUNRO
    August 8, 2010

    http://www.theage.com.au/national/purple-carrots-the-next-superfood-20100807-11phz.html

    ...
  31. Re: Early chefs left indelible mark on human evolution

    Thanks, harpy. Will pm to you shortly.
  32. Early chefs left indelible mark on human evolution

    This is an interesting read, but I have no subscription to the New Scientist. So if anyone here has subscription maybe he/she can fill us up on the whole article. Thanks


    Early chefs left...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food (5)

    I have not been on this page recently. Now I see that more pics have been added. They all look yummy. Makes me hungry.

    Mine this time would be of fried rice with tofu. The recipe is on my...
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    Re: Let's get fit and healthy together (3)

    Hi all

    My main way to keep me in shape is doing housework, its keeps me moving. I have 2 children, a garden and a job so my day is always full and thus have no time to be stationary for a long...
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    "It is still alive"

    It was a bad sight. This morning I was driving at 100 km/hr on the highway when in my lane I saw 2 dead birds or so I thought. Actually I saw that one was still alive as I came near it. All I can say...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food (5)

    Jimmeh

    Would you like to share with us the recipe for the cheesecake?
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    Re: New Vegan Blog

    I'll bookmark your site.
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    Re: PLEASE HELP!!! Backpacking Food!!!

    Hi

    Are you going to stay even for a short time in a place where you can have access to a fridge? If so, but then you want to maintain your "purity" as in you dont want to use a fridge where meat...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food (5)

    I anyone wants the recipe for the spring rolls, you can find it on my blog , the address is in my profile. I'm not putting a link here to abide by the rule that you can advertise your site only...
  40. Thread: Mung beans?

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    Re: Mung beans?

    I think some people, including me, who talked about soaking the mung beans are talking about how to shorten boiling time when making soup or stew.
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