Search:

Type: Posts; User: Jiffy; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    653
    Views
    253,280

    Re: Holland and Barrett

    I'm rather gutted it's only a seven inch one though. If you are going to have a pizza you may as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb, if you'll forgive the non-vegan idiom.

    Just have to buy two I...
  2. Visiting the Olympics this summer? You might get a tad peckish.

    I have not interest whatsoever in the Olympics, but the story about what food/drink you can and cannot take in with you got me wondering.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-15110730

    The cynic in me...
  3. Replies
    214
    Views
    97,646

    Re: If you accidentally buy non-vegan food

    Oh well, I don't suppose I'm the first, but I fell for the old 9 Bar trick. No eggs or dairy but I failed to spot the honey. That'll teach me not to take my reading glasses when I go shopping. ...
  4. Thread: Tesco

    by Jiffy
    Replies
    650
    Views
    252,093

    Re: Tesco

    Now that lunchtime has been and gone, I've now tried the cheese spread, specifically the Sweet Chilli. Not bad really, had it with onion tomato and black pepper.
  5. Thread: Tesco

    by Jiffy
    Replies
    650
    Views
    252,093

    Re: Tesco

    I have tried several items from their new 'Free From' range. More by luck than judgement as far as actually finding the stuff is concerned. It is tucked away at the back of beyond, well away from...
  6. Thread: ASK Restaurants

    by Jiffy
    Replies
    8
    Views
    2,951

    Re: ASK Restaurants

    I admire your persitence, I find that these shenanigans really sap any pleasure there is in dining out.
  7. Replies
    653
    Views
    253,280

    Re: Holland and Barrett

    I'm nearly out of H & B 'Super Vegan' multivitamins, but they are no longer listed on their website. Does anyone know if they have been discontinued?
  8. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    I found this recipe on the SW website. Do you think it would work if I omitted the egg and used soya yogurt? I do have some egg replacer in the cupboard.

    information Serves: 4
    Prep...
  9. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    Well that was interesting, by some miracle I lost 3 pounds which was enough to get me SOTW. Even more incredibly the SOTW goodie bag was 100% vegan this week, potatoes, brocolli, satsumas and a...
  10. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    Dreading weigh- in tomorrow. We went away for a long weekend and things went rather awry. Mind you, it doesn't help when SWMBO comes out with timeless classics like " oh go on have some chips,...
  11. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    Guess what, I have just checked the online syns calculator and Redwood's are on there.....you have to put 'Redwood Company' in the search Box and then search for a specific product. You'd have...
  12. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    Mmm, you should try the whopping 28g of Muesli. Hardly worth dirtying the cereal bowl with.

    I joined SW last week and had my first weigh in tonight.....lost 7.5 pounds.

    I did have a bit of a...
  13. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,442

    Re: Costing The Earth-Radio4 today

    Hi Harpy, thank you for your kind words, I haven't posted much in awhile, no particular reason probably just busy and that.

    I have a third grandchild now as well, got a pink one this time. And...
  14. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,442

    Costing The Earth-Radio4 today

    Did anyone else catch this today? In a nutshell it was about the soaring cost of meat and seeking alternatives. Apparently people who 'want protein' will be eating insects. At one point they...
  15. Replies
    341
    Views
    74,878

    Re: Let's get fit and healthy together (3)

    I wouldn't fancy attempting an Oly distance on a mountain bike.

    You would probably get away with a sprint distance if you put some slicks on and weren't super serious about your bike split.
  16. Replies
    10
    Views
    4,509

    Re: Festival bans meat for Morrissey

    A shame it is only vegetarian, but a modest victory nonetheless. I'm guessing that the 'corpses r us' caterers would be pretty stumped if they had to provide vegan fayre.
  17. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    All is revealed- not literally you'll be pleased to hear http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-10965608
  18. Replies
    666
    Views
    226,040

    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast?

    I only have this at the weekend. Toasted muffins filled with grilled ' bacon' usually redwoods, melted cheesely, grilled tomato and mushrooms. Topped with a bit of chilli sauce.

    During the week...
  19. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    Ok peeps, I have decided what I'm going to do. I still have my SW book from last time, so I think I'll see how I get on without actually joining up as it were.

    I hope you all don't get peeved...
  20. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    Pusskins, have you actually signed up for their online service or do you have enough of a basic understanding already?

    The official online thing seems mightily expensive :$:
  21. Replies
    2
    Views
    2,259

    Re: B vitamins and psychological distress

    I'll be 53 in a couple of weeks. Looks like I'll have an excuse for losing the plot, happy days! ;)
  22. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    Oh well, it looks like I may well be joining up again.

    We have been having a bit of a house defrag this week, during the course of which I encountered my svelte former self on a home video, from...
  23. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    You are clearly unfamiliar with this little corner of sarf London ;)
  24. Replies
    421
    Views
    175,763

    Re: Slimming world as a vegan

    I used to go to SW. I have to confess that I have removed my watch and keys prior to being weighed.
  25. Replies
    62
    Views
    30,768

    Re: What? Sat. fat not cause of heart disease?

    Not exactly a peer reviewed study is it? I'd be very wary of what you glean from the media. Let's not forget that according to the Daily Wail, cycling is a major cause of heart attacks...
  26. Replies
    11
    Views
    3,411

    Re: EU court bans insurers from pricing on gender

    I'd happily drink to that (not if I'm driving though obviously)
  27. Replies
    11
    Views
    3,411

    Re: EU court bans insurers from pricing on gender

    Maybe. It would be interesting to know what the overall effect on average premiums would be though. I think it would be safe to say they would increase.
  28. Replies
    11
    Views
    3,411

    Re: EU court bans insurers from pricing on gender

    Being slightly devil's advocate for a moment, as I see it, the 'take each driver as an individual' approach is flawed.

    I can understand the basic concept of a driver with fewer points on their...
  29. Replies
    186
    Views
    74,894

    Re: Special Deals (UK)

    I can see pie & chips coming on!
  30. Replies
    44
    Views
    11,615

    Re: Vegan activity and social events in Surrey?

    Does anyone know if Croydon vegans is still going? The link I have bookmarked for them no longer works.
  31. Replies
    186
    Views
    74,894

    Re: Special Deals (UK)

    Tesco are doing a good deal on Linda McCartney sausages at the mo. 1.83 a box or three for 3.00.
  32. Replies
    13
    Views
    3,768

    Re: UK Vegan Podcast?

    I used to listen to Veganfreak but I found all the gratuitous effing and blinding tiresome. A more UK orientated podcast would be most welcome.
  33. Replies
    658
    Views
    188,316

    Re: Vegan Brighton (2)

    It is so sad that after all this time they still can't get it right. It seems nothing has changed since my dire experience over a year ago, which I posted about here.

    Many years ago, in my...
  34. Replies
    341
    Views
    74,878

    Re: Let's get fit and healthy together (3)

    Chapeau!
  35. Replies
    62
    Views
    21,596

    Re: Muller's 'Thank You Cows' compaign

    I've just posted a couple of comments under my wife's account.....she's not even vegan :D
  36. Thread: Zizzi's Pizza

    by Jiffy
    Replies
    17
    Views
    7,412

    Re: Zizzi's Pizza

    Indeed not, my wife was emailed a two for one offer last week, so in eager anticipation of the inevitable I downloaded their 'allergy' list :rolleyes:
    ...
  37. Replies
    341
    Views
    74,878

    Re: Let's get fit and healthy together (3)

    Go on then, you know it makes sense...... and let's have no more of "this back in the day" nonsense, you're way too young not to be cycling :)

    If an old geezer like me can manage 100+ plus miles...
  38. Replies
    653
    Views
    253,280

    Re: Holland and Barrett

    Thank you. It figures. My local branch is about as much use as an ashtray on a motorbike and I was wondering if there was any mileage in complaining to head office.

    For about the third time...
  39. Replies
    653
    Views
    253,280

    Re: Holland and Barrett

    This may sound like a daft question, but is H & B a conventional chain or are the stores run by franchisees?
  40. Replies
    6
    Views
    2,865

    Re: Jimmy Spices - anyone had any experience?

    Oh well, we went there yesterday (Epsom)and it was very much as I had feared.

    Plenty of variety there.....if you weren't vegan. Each of the dishes, from which you serve yourself, has a label...
Results 1 to 40 of 385
Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4