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    Re: The Cow That Cried

    That's a really sad but beautiful story - brought tears to my eyes too! :(
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    Re: ToFurkey

    Sounds great Tasha. Maybe I'll find someone to go halves with then I won't feel so guilty for buying it. :)
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    Re: ToFurkey

    Is this the box where you get a 'wish bone' with the turkey?

    I always wanted to try that but it was 20 in the health food shop! :eek: I always buy a plain Redwoods roast instead as they're...
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    Re: Is Iceland's Chocolate Vegan?

    Thanks for letting me know. :) Hopefully 'Is it Vegan' just haven't updated their site.
  5. Re: What did you eat for the first time today?

    A lovely malt loaf thing my Mum made. It tastes a little like Fig Rolls (which I don't think are vegan).
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    Re: Is Iceland's Chocolate Vegan?

    When did you contact them if you don't mind me asking? It's just that it's listed as non-vegan on the 'Is It Vegan?' website, so I'm wondering if one or the other is out of date maybe? :confused:
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    Re: Tofu rubbish

    I love tofu but some brands are horrible and some marinades don't absorb into the tofu as well as others. Maybe you've just not found a decent one yet?

    I always try to use firm smoked tofu (which...
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    Re: Why are Ikea restaurants full of meat?

    I use Aldi's baked beans, they're very cheap but taste just as nice as the more expensive ones. :) I'm not impressed with Lidl's ones though.
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    Re: A mini-note about language on the forum

    I'm pretty sure (not 100% though and too lazy to look it up) that the 'C' word is Old English or something and was used as an ordinary descriptive word, not as a swear or insult.

    I found it used...
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    Re: A mini-note about language on the forum

    F***face

    Gobsh*te

    Buttmunch

    Tithead

    F***wit
  11. Thread: Nails

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    Re: Nails

    I'm no expert but I read that white bits could be either bruising or a lack of zinc.

    Like you, my nails grow very quickly but I had the opposite effect after turning vegan; my previously...
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    Re: A mini-note about language on the forum

    Here's a great animation about the history of the word 'F***'.

    I think it's very funny but please don't click if you're likely to be offended. :p

    http://www.theflasharchive.com/flash/f-81.swf
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    Re: Overeating

    I never binge eat, but I can be bad for nibbling all day - I think it's mainly boredom and habit but I'm always much worse when I'm pre-menstrual, it's more like cravings then than just habit (sweet...
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    Re: Insects

    I never kill bugs intentionally and always try to watch where I step as well. I do feel really bad when loads of them get killed on the car, but my village isn't within walking distance of anywhere...
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    Re: Favourite book as a child

    That's what I was going to say too. It's my earliest memory of being read to in bed by my Mum, I've still got the book. :) I also loved:

    The Worst Witch books
    Grimm's Fairytales
    Which Witch?...
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    Re: Cruelty Free Scotland Fayre 2005

    Thanks for the info - sounds interesting. :)
  17. Re: Please help me get my cleaner to better household items.

    Dreama ~

    Bio-D's phone number is 01482 229950. Their email address is bio-d@ecodet.karoo.co.uk

    Veganstore's phone number is 01273 302979. Their email is sales@veganstore.co.uk.
  18. Re: Please help me get my cleaner to better household items.

    You can make a nice neutralising air freshner by mixing water, lemon juice, bicarb and any essential oils you want into a plant skoosh. It's especially good for moistening the air if you have heating...
  19. Re: Please help me get my cleaner to better household items.

    I highly recommend Bio-D products. As far as I know, the entire range is vegan, non-animal tested and environmentally friendly: http://www.biodegradable.biz/

    Here's what they say:



    There's a...
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    Re: You are what you eat

    Thanks! :)



    Ahem..yes. Well I'd run out of cider so it was either a glass of soya milk or a cup of tea! :D
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    Re: You are what you eat

    :D YES! They printed my letter in You Are What You Eat magazine!! :D

    I'm well chuffed about that. They printed it with about 3 or 4 other complaint letters but I haven't seen the mag yet (it was...
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    Re: healthy but cheap foods?

    How about making your own soups from fresh ingredients? It's much cheaper & healthier than buying tinned stuff and you can make up several large meals in one go. :)
  23. Poll: Re: Why are you vegan?

    I turned veggie when I was 8 purely because I loved animals and felt it was wrong to eat them, but then I started to learn more about the meat industry and then about the egg and dairy industries...
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    Re: Removal of wisdom teeth why?

    Aaargh, this topic terrifies me! :eek: I'm not usually scared of dentists but the thought of needing my wisdom teeth out really bothers me - I'm not sure if I have enough room for them back there.
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    Re: How in God's name do you get rid of flies?

    Stu, you can get pure citronella oil in places like Holland & Barratt (sp?) and most places that sell oils. I think you can get the candles in garden centres but they might just be those massive...
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    Re: Soya milk in tea

    i've done this before and people haven't noticed, but I don't know if they liked it or if they were maybe just too polite to tell me I'd made them a horrible cup of tea! ;)

    I wasn't too keen on...
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    Re: How in God's name do you get rid of flies?

    I hate fly paper, we had them where I used to work and I'd take them down, but they always got put back up again. It's horrible seeing the poor things trying to pull themselves off the glue but just...
  28. Re: How should meateaters be viewed?

    Flesh eating zombies. :D

    I've always tried to respect other people's viewpoints and not judge them, but the more I see and hear about animal suffering, the more it sickens me that people eat...
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    Sticky: Re: Vegan view on eggs

    Aren't eggs basically like little wombs to keep the chick safe? I was wondering that the other day, I mean, if the white squidgy bit (someone told me that's called the chalaza) would have been the...
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    Re: How in God's name do you get rid of flies?

    That's true, but it's not like you have to be living in filth before bugs come into the house. We had flies in the kitchen practically every day last summer (those weird, fat bodied ones that hover...
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    Re: How in God's name do you get rid of flies?

    How about burning citronella essential oil or candles?

    Other, citrusy scents seem to work too as I've put lemon, orange, lemongrass etc into my oil burner and it's had the same effect. :)

    It...
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    Re: Vegan haggis

    Sorry, I didn't realise there were more replies to this thread!

    I actually go to that baked potato shop quite often and our favourite thing to get is a baked potato stuffed with haggis & beans. I...
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    Re: "Honestly: Do you think vegan food is as tasty as the food you ate before?"

    I wish I knew what it was I'd tasted, the samples were all mixed up though and it was too busy to go and ask someone. :(

    Another thing which was really nice (and tasted exactly like the...
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    Re: "Honestly: Do you think vegan food is as tasty as the food you ate before?"

    Spo, you can get melting Cheezly (which melts pretty much like dairy cheese) but the cheddar one (which I think has the strongest taste) is only available in slice form. The block cheddar cheezly...
  35. Sticky: Re: Using old/second hand products (leather, wool etc)

    By the way, what is that 'ecological leather' all about? I don't get it. :confused: If the animal is killed for it's meat rather than just for it's skin, then couldn't you say that about most...
  36. Sticky: Re: Using old/second hand products (leather, wool etc)

    When I turned vegan I sold my leather boots on ebay (I hadn't worn them for years anyway) so I could get some money back on them and I used up or gave away anything else which contained beeswax etc....
  37. Thread: Amalgam

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    Poll: Re: Amalgam

    I don't have any fillings but I always dread having to get one. :( I take good care of my teeth but some are very difficult to get into with a toothbrush and I can hardly reach my wisdom teeth....
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    Re: Where can I find cruelty-free plant fertilizer?

    Thanks Kokopelli :)

    You just tend to think of vegetable matter when you hear the word organic (well, I do anyway), things like blood & bone wouldn't have crossed my mind but I suppose they are...
  39. Poll: Re: Added extras to going vegan!

    No negatives I can think of at all! I felt better psychologically and also suffered much less from period pain and 'gacky' chest etc.

    The only negative is being seen as even more of a weirdo than...
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    Re: Where can I find cruelty-free plant fertilizer?

    I never knew that! Thanks for the link, it sounds relatively easy to do. :)



    I thought mulch was a kind of compost, like leaves or something. This is the girl who once thought about a degree...
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