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  1. Thread: greyhound

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    Re: greyhound

    It was nice to see this thread brought back to life. I agree with everything you said Night Swimming. We have had Sacha for about 18 months now. She is so well settled its as if she has been here...
  2. Thread: Hand cream?

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    Re: Hand cream?

    Thanks tabbycat, it doesn't seem to be available here in the uk.
  3. Thread: Hand cream?

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    Re: Hand cream?

    That looks edible! ;)


    [QUOTE=Shadewood;718444]I have the same problem, I have very dry skin and in Winter especially, my skin, especially in between my fingers and my lips gets very cracked....
  4. Thread: Hand cream?

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    Hand cream?

    I have very sore and cracked hands, can anyone recommend a really good rich hand cream please?
  5. Thread: Palm Oil

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    Re: Palm Oil

    Lidl sell a peanut butter that is palm oil free. It's good too, and cheaper than Sunpat.
  6. Thread: Meat in my salad!

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    Meat in my salad!

    I made myself a salad, and put meat in it.........unfortunately it was part of my finger! Does this mean I'm no longer vegan? ;);) Ouch! I'm trying to see the funny side.

    I've never been very...
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    Re: Alternate day fasting

    Are you still doing this Jekyll? I've just started fasting two days a week. I would be interested in how you are getting on.
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    Re: Best ever hummus / houmous

    Is quite good if you replace the tahini with peanut butter.
  9. Thread: B&M

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    Re: B&M

    It's a cut price chain, a few steps up from the pounds and type of shops, we have a local one that's opened within the last year or so. I shop there quite a bit.

    i bought some Blue Dragon Chinese...
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    Re: British wildlife and bonfires

    Don't know yet Harpy. I will let you know in the next week or so. I have a feeling she will be scared witless, I know she is frightened of thunder according to the rescue centre we got her from. ...
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    Re: British wildlife and bonfires

    I know I sound a right old misery, but I hate bonfire night, and I loathe fireworks. I really feel for the wildlife, and all the companion animals who are frightened of them. If I'm honest I'm a...
  12. Thread: greyhound

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    Re: greyhound

    Thanks Harpy, I can't post pictures, for some reason I am set not to send attachments :undecided: So i can only set the avatar pic.

    The nose doesn't look quite so big in real life! It's just the...
  13. Thread: greyhound

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    Re: greyhound

    Thanks to everyone who replied. We took the plunge three weeks ago and adopted Sacha from our local re-homing centre. She is a wonderful ex racing greyhound. She is very shy and nervous, but she is...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    Snap! We had these roasts. Very nice, we'll be having them again
  15. Thread: Salad dressing

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    Re: Salads and dressings

    A long time ago, maybe 3/4 years ago I found a vegan salad cream in my local health food shop. I don't even know if it is still available, but it tasted nothing like 'proper' salad cream, it was...
  16. Thread: Salad dressing

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    Re: Salads and dressings

    I have missed salad cream so much since going vegan and the off the shelf versions just don't do it for me. If you feel the same try this. It makes a passable alternative.

    60g vegan mayo
    20g...
  17. Thread: greyhound

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    greyhound

    We are thinking of getting a retired greyhound. We've been without a dog now for 6 or so years. We swore we would never have another after the pain of losing our last dog, but feel ready now. We...
  18. Re: Two different ways of writing about athletes living on a vegan diet

    I just find the first one very positive about veganism and the second one negative. I don't think it's about where they are from at all. It's about how the writer feels about veganism, and a...
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    Re: Tofu patties ala Chrisanne

    Yes please, I like the look of these. I'm the only vegan in my house so I make a lot do stuff ahead of time and freeze portions, I could make a batch and freeze them. I have never found a tofu...
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    Re: B12, required for good health?

    Why? The vegan society supplement contains cyanocobalamin. Surely they wouldn't sell something unsafe. I'm interested why you say this.
  21. Thread: Raw Tomatoes

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    Re: Raw Tomatoes

    I like the sound of that, I will give it a try
  22. Thread: Raw Tomatoes

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    Re: Raw Tomatoes

    http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?recipe=801034

    If you have a glut of tomatoes you could try this. I haven't tried them myself, but it's an idea. I have no idea what the Italian...
  23. Thread: Tartex

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    Re: Tartex

    Good idea, but I'm not sure if it would keep as long as it would in the tube.

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    Thanks, I'll have a look around for one of these.
  24. Thread: Tartex

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    Tartex

    I love Tartex, but stopped eating it a while back and I couldn't remember why. Now I remember............ I've jut bought some and I have problems getting it out of the tube! it's all right until...
  25. Thread: Salad dressing

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    Salad dressing?

    I still miss salad cream, the vegan ones just don't taste as good as Heinz. Can anyone recommend a dressing that has similar qualities? I'm looking for that sweet sour kind of taste. Any ideas? I...
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    Re: I want to stop eating meat

    [QUOTE=CBname;709997]Hi guys, thanks for the kind words. It's been 2 days so far, it's still incredibly early but I've stuck to avoiding all non-vegan friendly products. :) I'm defiantly going to...
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    Re: Weight loss journey

    You have made astonishing changes. Wel done, you are an inspiration!!
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    Re: Reducing my fat A**e

    I have a lot of weight to lose too. I don't tell people I'm vegan in case it puts them off!

    Im trying to lose weight, I've lost 5lbs so far. I'm doing it slowly so hopefully it stays off.
  29. Thread: Vege Bacon

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    Re: Vege Bacon

    We have these every week, they cook in 1 1/2 minutes, and make a lovely BLT sandwich. Just don't overcook them though
  30. Re: Can anyone help me by doing my survey relating to recipe websites?

    I've done it too
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    Re: Why weren't you vegan before you became vegan?

    That's how it was for me. When I became dairy intolerant I went online looking for recipes without dairy, and accidentally came across all the information about the way cows/hens are treated. I was...
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    Re: Simplifying the board rules

    I'm sorry, you're too late, the celery's gone all limp, and so has the elderly gentleman:)
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    Re: Vegan Chocolate / Snack bars

    It's cheaper and just as tasty to buy a block of marzipan from the cake decorating section of the supermarket, cut it up into squares, then melt your favourite choccy in the microwave and drizzle it...
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    Re: Simplifying the board rules

    Well I for one am very disappointed with the changes. This is my first post to the forum, and I'd got my celery, scooter and elderly gentleman all lined up and rearing to...
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