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  1. Thread: Tesco

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    Re: Tesco

    Forgive me if this is being discussed elsewhere as I haven't been on the forums for a long while, but what is going on with Tesco frozen meat-free range since the packaging was changed - some...
  2. Re: Primary school supporting my childrens' shift towards veganism! = Happy Mumm

    Hmm... I posted too soon.

    The boys made the transition to fully vegan before the middle of February, I informed their class teachers and the Catering staff verbally and in writing... The Soya...
  3. Thread: Hot Cross Buns

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    Re: Hot Cross Buns

    We don't have a sainsbury's... But, if the 'cross' isn't imprtant (which it's not in our house), co-op's teacakes are vegan!
  4. Thread: Hot Cross Buns

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    Re: Hot Cross Buns

    One type of Aldi's 'warm angry rabbits' (as they're called in my house) look fine! Have put some in the freezer for a weekend breakfast treat for the kids.
  5. Re: How could I encourage my toddler to eat more vegan foods?

    My 4 y/o (born and raised ovo-lacto) has always been a bit of a fussy eater (crying himself sick if we tried to make him eat anything he didn't want to :undecided:), and was a major dairy-addict... ...
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    Poll: Re: Has your weight changed since going vegan?

    Initially I lost a fair bit of weight, despite similar calorie intake, I was the only vegan in the house, and eating mostly fresh produce; potatoes, fruits, veg, salad (including avocado) and nuts, I...
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    Re: Clarification on labeling?

    We went for a look, but arrived a bit late, so supplies were low, we were a little unclear about who was organising it, and my husband felt uncomfortable taking free food (he compared it to a soup...
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    Re: No cook/microwaveable vegan meals??

    Off the top of my head, if you can afford to bulk buy before you go, you should be able to stock up on a variety of nuts, nut butters, various canned beans and lentils, I think you may be able to get...
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    Re: Clarification on labeling?

    Co-op has confirmed that their lack of 'vegan' label on chocolate without milk listed on the ingredients is due to possible dairy cross contamination, not to other animal derived ingredients, so as...
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    Re: Clarification on labeling?

    It's the railings right at the end of the prom at the bottom of Constitution Hill, ask around, there seems to be several theories about the origin of the tradition - I favour the one about students...
  11. Re: Non-soya based quick kids meals - to share with omni friends? (UK)

    F'icken (Fake-chicken) nuggets with chips and salad (and ketchup and f'ayonnaise) went down exceedingly well (I wasn't keen personally, they were too 'meaty'!) - But they are a bit expensive, so...
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    Re: Clarification on labeling?

    Hi Loobeylou, completely off topic, but I see you're from Aberystwyth, I grew up near Aber and went to school there :D kick the bar for me next time you're on the prom would you?
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    Re: Clarification on labeling?

    Yep, the G&B cherry chocolate ingredients are vegan (potential dairy cross-contamination as packaging states 'may contain traces of milk')... Also Co-op do a very tasty hazelnut own brand fairtrade...
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    Re: Vegan Meal with No Kitchen?

    Canned beans, crackers and cereals (can you get fruit juice or coconut milk or anything to go on it?) will help with carbs, which may be the problem, as fruits veg and nuts should give you a...
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    Poll: Re: the best place to be vegan in the UK

    And It's the only Welsh place listed! I must say, Carmarthen is much better than it was 7 years ago, but I don't really have anywhere to compare it to, not having lived elsewhere as a vegan, or...
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    Poll: Re: the best place to be vegan in the UK

    Hmm, cardiff is listed twice, yet still has no votes!
  17. Thread: Marshmallows

    by JaneSky
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    Re: Marshmallows

    I have only tried sweet vegan's, but they were absolutely splendid! - Especially the vanilla ones, my kids were so excited and enjoyed them tremendously, and my omni husband found them MUCH better...
  18. Re: Non-soya based quick kids meals - to share with omni friends? (UK)

    There's some great ideas there thanks guys!

    My main problem is finding something all four of my kids and their various friends will be willing to eat together as I don't want to end up cooking...
  19. Re: Non-soya based quick kids meals - to share with omni friends? (UK)

    Just looked up vital wheat gluten - seems like it would be well worth finding - when I made seitan, I did it by washing strong bread flour for ages and ages in cold water until I was left with a...
  20. Re: Non-soya based quick kids meals - to share with omni friends? (UK)

    Quorn was my pre-vegan fallback, my kids were ovo-lactarian vegetarian from birth, but are currently transitioning to vegan!


    Baked beans will work for one friend, but the other won't touch them...
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    Re: Clarification on labeling?

    Oh, I must have mis-read the ingredients when I was in the shop! Glad Fry's are ok :D, might treat the kids after school... Or bribe them to do some chores! Thanks!
  22. Non-soya based quick kids meals - to share with omni friends? (UK)

    Hi all,

    Other than Linda Mc Cartney sausages (which my kids and their friends love), and nut/bean burgers and falafels (which their friends DO NOT appreciate), pretty much all the vegan...
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    Re: Clarification on labeling?

    Thanks guys,
    I have emailed the co-op to check, but apart from the auto-reply ('we have received your message'), have not yet heard back... Will post up when I hear from them.

    Is Fry's...
  24. Thread: Oat protein

    by JaneSky
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    Re: Oat protein

    Fungus, I was wondering if you tried making oat 'seitan' and had any joy with it?

    Of course variety is the key to good nutrition, which is exactly why ideas like this are so interesting!
  25. Primary school supporting my childrens' shift towards veganism! = Happy Mummy!

    My boys (4, 8 and 10 yrs) have been vegetarian from birth, they are the ONLY vegetarians in the school (gosh, as far as I know, we might be the only four veggies in the village!), and they are now...
  26. Thread: Tea

    by JaneSky
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    Re: Tea

    This thread is tugging on my heart-strings! As a vegetarian, I always said that there were three reasons I couldn't go vegan... Chocolate, cheese, and tea. Now I've opened my eyes and realised...
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    Clarification on labeling?

    Hi all,
    Just wondering if anyone can clarify a labeling question?

    I've noticed a number of foods labeled as 'vegetarian', with no milk/egg allergen warnings (from companies - usually supermarket...
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    Re: Favorite vegan dessert

    My absolute favourite has to be the healthiest, I peel and freeze over-ripe bananas, then when I 'need' a sugar fix, I swizz them in the blender until smooth (may need a few drops of liquid- water is...
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