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    Re: Australia Vegan Organic

    Hi Korn,

    The discussion is actually pretty complicated, so I can't easily summarize. Suffice it to say I'm nit-picking, but I think it's an important nit to pick.

    It is really cool about the...
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    Re: Australia Vegan Organic

    Ah, you misunderstood my argument completely.

    I PMed you my reply.


    Sorry for the OT posts airalien.
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    Re: Australia Vegan Organic

    Off topic :faint_smilie:

    Sorry Airalien.
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    Re: Australia Vegan Organic

    Off topic. :faint_smilie:

    Sorry Airalien.
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    Re: If you accidentally buy non-vegan food

    As I understand it, vegan D3 recently became available!

    http://jacknorrisrd.com/?p=2081

    It is entirely possible, and even probable (as according to some things I have read, the new vegan D3 is...
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    Re: Australia Vegan Organic

    That's inaccurate. We know all of the nutrients. There are, of course, other good reasons not to eat a potato only diet:

    A potato only diet would be deficient in b-12 and a few other nutrients ...
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    Re: Soy good or bad

    Neither good nor bad.

    It depends on if you're allergic to it, how it's prepared, and a number of other factors.

    Generally speaking, it's good for people because it contains pretty high quality...
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    Re: Question regarding Miso Paste?

    If it were but that was always the case... unfortunately, omnivores seem to pride themselves on unnecessarily adding animal parts to random and unexpected foods.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miso...
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    Re: Australia Vegan Organic

    I'm sorry you feel that way.

    I thought your point was that one could grow some of one's own organic produce, particularly hydroponically, inside with an investment in the right equipment. I did...
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    Re: Australia Vegan Organic

    Sorry, but...I think you missed my point entirely :down:
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    Re: Australia Vegan Organic

    With respect, two watts will not grow a food crop; you'd need quite a few of them. That would only be enough for a small house plant.

    LEDs do not violate conservation of energy- if you want a...
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    Re: Question regarding Miso Paste?

    Ah, yeah, I don't think I've ever seen it on Organic miso, but it's probably better to give the ingredients list a quick skim in either case.
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    Re: Question regarding Miso Paste?

    I've just read it (bonito) on the ingredients of miso packages at some import stores and grocery chains. It's certainly not in all of them, or even most, but it seemed to be in 20-30% by my guess.
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    Re: Question regarding Miso Paste?

    Miso often has fish in it (bonito), so it's hard to say if it's vegan without reading the ingredients.

    If you can't find miso, a few drops of vinegar (apple cider works well) and yeast can...
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    Re: Australia Vegan Organic

    There are products for growing in windows in urban environments. It's good for herbs and the like, and you might be able to manage enough vegetables to supplement your other purchases.


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  16. Thread: Vegan commune

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    Re: Vegan commune

    Thank you!




    In Asia. I'm looking at somewhere in Yunnan, due to the year-round spring-like weather (it's on a plateau at a low latitude).

    The highs during the day in the coldest part of...
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    Re: Agave nectar vs. cane sugar?

    Unless they added an artificial sweetener or Stevia to make it sweeter, the only reason it has half the calories in it is because it has twice as much water in it.
    They do the same thing to coconut...
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    Re: Agave nectar vs. cane sugar?

    Agave vs. Cane sugar is a question of Fructose vs. Sucrose (which is a disaccharide molecule made up of Fructose and glucose).

    Sucrose is made up of equal amounts of Fructose and Glucose, where...
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    Re: Vegan commune

    We might have a small example veganic permaculture garden by way of landscaping, but it will not be able to provide enough food for everybody (mostly just herbs which are expensive to import and hard...
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    Re: Vegucated - A Documentary

    I just wanted to chime in and say that it looks really great. I hope this becomes really popular!
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    Vegan commune

    Hello all, I hope that this is in the right section and that I am following forum protocol (please let me know if not).

    I'm working on designing a philosophy and education-based commune/retreat....
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