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    Re: Special Deals (UK)

    Well you've won your argument of one-upmanship, even though you had to use the Daily Mail to back you up. You've reminded me of exactly why most people avoid morally self-righteous vegans like the...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    Without listing everything that I've eaten today, my dinner was a bog-standard concotion of wholegrain rice, wholewheat pasta, red lentils, a tomato and some seaweed. One-pan cookery for lazy sods.
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    Re: Special Deals (UK)

    I've never spent 4 on washing up liquid - lol. All Ecover products have always been vegan except the washing up liquid which contains whey.

    http://www.ecover.com/gb/en/Washing+up+liquid.htm
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    Re: Special Deals (UK)

    Too late, I've bought the stuff anyway as I have for the past 23 years. I guess the Vegan Stasi will have to come round and arrest me.
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    Re: Special Deals (UK)

    I found a thread yesterday on cleaning products but I can't find it now; at any rate, some of you may have noticed that during the past year Ecover has reduced the size of its (non-bio) washing...
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    Re: Vegan in Durham?

    Glad to be of help. From either Tynemouth (ferries to/from Norway) or Newcastle Airport, you'll need to travel via the local Metro network to Newcastle Central Station in order to change trains for...
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    Re: Vegan in Durham?

    I think that the nearest you will find will be Bob Trollop's pub in Newcastle (which is 10 mins by train from Durham). It used to be entirely vegetarian but according to the reviews on Veggie Heaven...
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    Re: Francophone country / Summer

    Agreed, but from where you were living, France was almost commutable.
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    Re: Francophone country / Summer

    Surely living in Canterbury, you are near enough to visit France for a day trip! How long does it take to get from Ashford to Paris by Eurostar? When I first opened this thread I thought that it was...
  10. Re: Joints: any way through diet and supplements to improve?

    When I used to run I found that taking Glucosamine Hydrochloride helped a bit, so I should have started taking it at an earlier date. To what degree it may have helped to regenerate my cartilage I...
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    Poll: Re: Has your weight changed since going vegan?

    Well I went vegan when I was 22 and weighed about 8 stone; I'm now 45 and weigh getting on for 10 stone, but hey I've done weight training since I was 27.:lol: I look at it that if I were not vegan...
  12. Re: Joints: any way through diet and supplements to improve?

    Glucosamine Hydrochloride (Holland & Barrett own brand or Higher Nature should be easy enough to find).
    Omega Oils 3.6.9 (Vertese brand, again easy to find).
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    Re: Favorite vegan dessert

    Alpro Soya Dessert, one a day from a four-pack; though to be pedantic any piece of fruit could count as a vegan dessert.
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    Re: How did you go vegan?

    Gradually. Having become lacto-vegetarian a few years earlier, which in itself was not an overnight thing. That was sometime during the Spring of 1986 (when I was 19), whilst I later became vegan...
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    Re: Local food in the UK?

    My first post as I have just joined. Being a vegan doesn't mean that you have to source all your food locally or even nationally, rice and lentils being obvious examples. Britain has long been a...
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