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    Chimpanzees and death

    I found this article to be rather interesting and want to share it:
    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=chimpanzees-understand-death

    I always enjoy pieces that pay respect to...
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    Re: Veganomicon

    I've made these once before, and I'm actually making them again later tonight. I thought they had a great, chewy texture (but this could stem from my personal likings). I don't remember them being...
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    Re: Spicy Nacho Chreese Dip

    Forum friends, I'm slightly disappointed that the general feedback steered me away from such a delectably enticing treat! Despite cheese whiz association and all, I bought a jar of this wonderful...
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    Spicy Nacho Chreese Dip

    Has anyone tried this product before? I dawdled in an aisle at David's Natural Market today for close to ten minutes having a careful deliberation between my stomach and brain. We set it back on the...
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    Re: Obesity in U.S.

    If you've never met the type of person who's "round and proud!" I envy you.

    I don't think being fat is a norm per say, simply because in the core of everyone's logic should stand the untestable...
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    Re: Obesity in U.S.

    I'm hesitant to generalize my countrymen's weight. I gain nothing from this sort of speculation other than a bit of insult and shame, despite whether or not I comply with the data on an individual...
  7. Re: Pictures of good vegan food (4)

    Character-shaped noodles are the reigning champs for making cheezy pasta, good choice! But what are those shapes of? Also, the leek & ginger dumplings look divine, what kind of sauce accompanied it?...
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    Re: Japanese style packed lunches (Vegan Bento) [2]

    Correct and thanks! The salad is soooo tasty I ate half before I got it into a serving dish.

    Jamboxrock, every single bento picture of yours is absolutely marvelous~!
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    Re: Veganomicon

    Here's a batch of Veganomicon's sugar cookies with their royal icing. Everyone liked them a lot, but they're just as good (if not better) without the icing....
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    Re: Japanese style packed lunches (Vegan Bento) [2]

    I don't have shots of fully packed bento, but here's an edamame salad with a soy sauce/peanut oil sesame dip that so happens to be in a bento container. ...
  11. Re: The Sunday Times: 'Vegan before dinner time' diet

    "...the meat-free, or 'conscious eating', market is predicted to grow by 19% in the next five years"

    At least this is good! As good as any other prediction might be, anyway.
  12. Re: Pictures of good vegan food (4)

    :( Gee, thanks. If I had thought my food might induce a most obscure allusion to a sausage egg sandwich then I wouldn't have bothered.
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    Absolutely :bigsmile:!
    You've got to prepare nearly 1 1/3 cup mashed potatoes prior to these tasks:
    -Heat 1 cup water & 1 cup soymilk on stove over med. heat
    -Add 2 tbsp. nondairy butter, wait...
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    Re: i need veggie Japanese Susi recipes

    My favorite is fried tofu, apples, carrot, and cucumber. A place nearby my school calls them ivy rolls, and I would leap through flaming hoops for some.
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    Yes, thank you! It was a last minute scramble when I realized a main ingredient in the mustard sauce I'd planned on making expired 3 months prior. The spread might be better fit for dipping cold...
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    Homemade potato bread with veggie burger and a quick avocado/tofutti sour cream concoction. The onions are hiding.
    http://www.veganforum.com/forums/picture.php?albumid=50&pictureid=169
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    Re: Going barefoot

    If I wasn't in such distress over the hundred-to-one chance a roundworm wiggles up my foot, into my organs, takes over command by carving out my insides and depleting whatever's left of my zombified...
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    I took a beauty shot of some mac & cheese I made yesterday. No one else I live with will eat nutritional yeast, so my leftovers are forced into photo sessions. Organic pasta with a cheese sauce...
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    Re: Japanese style packed lunches (Vegan Bento) [2]

    http://www.veganforum.com/forums/picture.php?albumid=50&pictureid=168
    Two mini raspberry-filled donuts and some Spanish pilaf.
    http://www.veganforum.com/forums/picture.php?albumid=50&pictureid=166...
  20. Re: Butternut Pumpkin / Butternut Squash Soup

    Neat. Heh, I typed something very arbitrary into google and out it popped. =)
    What a small avatar world we live in.
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    Re: Running etc.

    I knew a girl who could scarf down half a pizza and a bag of doritos minutes before the gun went off for XC meets and still run a fantastic race. She was arguable a freak of nature, though.
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  22. Re: Butternut Pumpkin / Butternut Squash Soup

    What's the herb you garnished the soup with? The dish looks divine!
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    Re: Vegans in the food indusrty

    Before I went vegan I had invested 2 years in working at an ice cream shop. I'm still there because everyone has welcomed my change and there are ices that are vegan-friendly. I also love the...
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    Re: Pictures of not-so-common animals

    This may not be a rare sloth, but I've never seen one quite so cute/cuddly. It can be rare if you pretend that human hand is some crazy additional sloth appendage. Mutant sloth, maybe?:rolleyes:...
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    Re: Pictures of not-so-common animals

    Haha, here's a shot without his kicks on. He must go through so much hassle finding shoes in his size.
    http://dsc.discovery.com/convergence/blueplanet/photo/gallery2/dumbo2_hzoom.jpg
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    Re: Pictures of not-so-common animals

    http://home.12move.nl/biologieopsegbroek/images/vreemd%20dumbo-octopus.jpghttp://www.cdnn.info/news/industry/claire_nouvian_dumbo_octopus_250281a.jpg
    Dumbo Octopus :)
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    Poll: Re: If the World Could Vote - Obama/McCain

    I was kidding. I said it to make you think that maybe your personal perception of Ireland shouldn't be generalized and then used to compare to the rest of the world.

    Also, I don't think anyone is...
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    Re: Pictures of not-so-common animals

    Did you see the Birds of Paradise on Planet Earth? I think this picture came from their footage. Absolutely stunning!
    ...
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    Re: Running etc.

    Thank you thank you :) I just did it for fun, though. I typically don't do long races and was happy just to finish.
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    Poll: Re: If the World Could Vote - Obama/McCain

    Sarah Palin also "let" (cough:is forcing) her 17 year old daughter marry her boyfriend. And if her teenage daughter really does want to marry her boyfriend I find it equally odd that the Palin family...
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    Re: How to use vital wheat gluten...

    Thanks :bigsmile2: I picked some up for the first time the other day. Sooo much faster than making gluten from scratch.
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    Re: Running etc.

    The Baltimore Under Armour marathon (tomorrow!) and a bunch of college track meets.
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    Poll: Re: If the World Could Vote - Obama/McCain

    McCrazy :cool:Nice.
    And crazy indeed! That evil duo wants to challenge and destroy the Roe v. Wade case! I can't wrap my head around those who would give an arm and a leg to make sure every...
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    Re: How to use vital wheat gluten...

    La Dolce Vegan's Faux Fried "chicken" is an amazing use for vital wheat gluten. I've never used the instant stuff & making it yourself is kind of a drag if you don't like to spend time in the...
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    Poll: Re: If the World Could Vote - Obama/McCain

    I'm not sure about polar bears, but she definitely wants to make aerial hunting (shooting from helicopters/planes) for wolves and bears legal. I always get the feeling that when she speaks to the...
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    Re: when and why?

    I was a pescetarian for 4 years, but struggled with the social part of it in high school. When I told my friends I wouldn't eat the lunch special chicken patty, often I was told there was something...
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    Re: Running etc.

    Does anyone do competitive track and field? I run for my university's track team and ran all throughout high school. It seems there are a bunch of people on this forum that run long distance, but...
  38. Re: chain restaurant vegan items

    Reading this made a very heavy frown come to my face. I was under the "too good to be true" impression that Qdoba had vegan items. This website is the reason behind my conclusion. While L-cystine...
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    Re: Which State in the USA?

    We're pretty close. Towson, Maryland. :)
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