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    Re: Vegan in the Netherlands

    The best area for vegans would certainly be Den Haag (The Hague). There's a completely vegetarian/vegan supermarket (Veggie4u), the vegetarian butcher (Vegetarische Slager), a vegetarian/vegan fast...
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    Re: Vegan eating in San Francisco ?

    I'll be visiting San Francisco in a few weeks! :D I'm soo looking forward to this. Was wondering if there is a vegan clothing/shoe shop over there? Or in Oakland or Berkeley perhaps...
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    Re: Vegan in the Netherlands

    Visje, I tried to PM you, but it didnt seem to work out. But maybe you can still find me on facebook, i did change my facebook nickname though - now its Uma Menina :) or you could apply for our new...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    Sounds great! Thanks for sharing. I made a quiche yesterday, the broccoli quiche from vegan brunch, with some added green colouring it's a 'bogus' quiche for a halloween potluck tonight. Might try...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    The link doesnt seem to be working... i only see your profile. Or is it a puzzle :lol:
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    Sounds great! Would you share the recipe? :)
  7. Thread: Quinoa

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    Re: Quinoa

    but there are lots of words with unpronounced letters (especially in french ;-))
    i always say keen-wa by the way. i like it that way.
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    Brunch: 2 slices of bread with 2 zucchini mushroom burgers, soy latte
    Snack: 2 clementines, apple, hot soy chocolate
    Diner: tomato curry with spinach, sweet peppers, broccoli, smoked tofu & brown...
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    Re: Vegan in the Netherlands

    Marzipan, of you add me on facebook i can add you to the group. You can find me as Uma Menina. It is not a public group, so you couldnt find it by search.

    I see your reply now in the Dutch forum,...
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    Re: Vegan in the Netherlands

    Hey! Are you by accident the girl who just subscribed to the Dutch vegan forum? I think its been mentioned there as well, there are monthly vegan potlucks in Groningen, organized by Jasmijn. I've...
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    Re: Poor vegan, cheap living

    Great! Swiss Chard is so rare here, i can only buy it very high priced at a health food store.

    May i ask how much you spend on grocerys per week, Amethyst? just interested because you seem to eat...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    breakfast: lots of grapes, oatmeal with soymilk and raisins
    lunch: salad with lots of vegan shoarma (i think it's spelled shawarma in english?), baked peppers and garlic sauce
    snack: banana, mixed...
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    Re: Poor vegan, cheap living

    :bigsmile2:



    That sucks! I'd never heard of popcorn with animal ingredients. Here in the Netherlands, its just corn with some oil and salt (or something sugary).
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    Yesterday

    breakfast: soy yoghurt with granola, linseed and pear
    snack: apple and banana
    lunch: leftover tabbouleh salad with avocado
    snack: cucumber sticks with tartex spread, some mixed nuts...
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    Re: Poor vegan, cheap living

    forgive me if im being silly, but why isnt microwave popcorn vegan over there? :confused:
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    Yesterday:

    breakfast: soy yoghurt with granola, linseeds and pear
    snacks: apple and banana
    lunch: leftover tabbouleh salad with fresh spinach
    snacks: olives and small bag of nacho's
    dinner was...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    Breakfast: buckwheat/cornpancakes with banana and blueberries
    Lunch: tabbouleh salad with chickpeas and romanesco
    Dinner: roasted parsnips & carrots with a fake fish steak
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    Re: Poor vegan, cheap living

    Grains and beans are usually more economical than veggies and fruits... but personally i think the latter two are more important. Thus, i always try to fill my plate with half veggies, 1/4 beans and...
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    Re: Tea.

    Alpro definitely puts way to much sugar in their products... which is why i only buy the plain yoghurt (and find that very sweet already) and their unsweetened soy milk.

    By the way, i find that it...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    I actually ate curry for breakfast today :D it was at 1 pm though, so it would qualify as a brunch.
    Then i had some soy yoghurt.
    Dinner was caramellized fennel with penne pasta, walnuts and...
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    Re: Warning about Pureety Marinades

    I often thought it was a pity that the vegan label isnt used in my country, but it doenst seem so bad after all...
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    Re: Agave nectar vs. cane sugar?

    Agave would be better. Cane sugar is a refined sugar, it is only different from beet sugar in taste. Sucanat isnt so badly refined either.
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    Re: How do you balance your diet?

    I think the best thing to do for your body is to eat as little processed foods as possible. So lots of vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts, avocado, etc, and sometimes grains, but be sure to have the...
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    Re: Vegan in the Netherlands

    Hi Anouk!
    I know one vegan girl who studies in Wageningen. Her name is Sabine. I shall PM you her mailaddress :)
    Me myself, I never go there... so I wouldn't really know. There's a great Dutch...
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    Re: The Global Vegan Waffle Cookbook

    Yeah you do. But i heard from dutch vegans who dont own one that most waffle recipes can be baked as pancakes :)
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    Re: Quinoa

    I love quinoa next to some roasted veggies like pumpkin, and if its in season tomatoes and paprikas. the brand i buy has to be simmered for about 20 minutes.

    Quinoa is also great in Mexican...
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    Re: The Global Vegan Waffle Cookbook

    haha :P
    ive never heard of the diet Slimming World... whats it about?
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    Re: The Global Vegan Waffle Cookbook

    I got this book as a gift for new year and decided to throw a waffle party :-)
    i made the plain waffles, ginger-lemony-chocolate waffles, cinnamon-raisin waffles, sesamy waffles from the book. They...
  29. Thread: Krakow, Poland

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    Re: Krakow, Poland

    How was your trip? I'd so much like to visit Krakow!
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    Re: Quick breakfast thread!

    I usually make a big pan of oatmeal on sunday night so that i can eat it on the following days just by microwaving some up in a bowl with some apple or other fruit. I'm to lazy to make it every...
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    Re: Vegan in the Netherlands

    I'm looking at the happycow site, maybe this is something for you: http://www.pristinefixedgear.com/lunchroom/
    i'm studying in amsterdam but haven't eaten there yet.
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    Re: Vegan on the Cheap (Robin Robertson)

    You might like this short version on google books:...
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    Vegan on the Cheap (Robin Robertson)

    I've had this cookbook for ages, but didn't cook from it until yesterday. I feel sorry for postponing it for so long, man, these recipes are truely awesome!
    So far i've made 5 of them (i'm in the...
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    Re: Japanese style packed lunches (Vegan Bento) [2]

    xpecting, it indeed tastes better when it's hot... but at school i can't use a microwave, so then i eat it cold. at work i am able to use one, and i usually do so. i got used to eating cold meals...
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    Re: Japanese style packed lunches (Vegan Bento) [2]

    Thank you jamboxrock! It's really nice indeed with the vinegar.


    Some more bentos:
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    http://i307.photobucket.com/albums/nn281/PicoChico/SAM_0060.jpg
    Clockwise: Taco with seitan, endive,...
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    Re: Japanese style packed lunches (Vegan Bento) [2]

    I bought it at an Asian vegetarian shop in my town which sells fake meat/fish. It's made of soy bean stuff and probably some wheat gluten, the 'bone' is made of chestnut and cane sugar (nice to chew...
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    Re: Japanese style packed lunches (Vegan Bento) [2]

    Wow, it's so much fun to eat out of a bento box :D much better than the usual boring sandwiches. I've made more bento's:

    Wednesday
    http://i307.photobucket.com/albums/nn281/PicoChico/05-05-10.jpg...
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    Re: Japanese style packed lunches (Vegan Bento) [2]

    I've read this thread so often... and now that I've started the Eat to Live dietplan i decided to buy a Bentobox as well.

    Here's my first attempt (sorry for the bad quality, iphone...)
    ...
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    Re: Vegan with a Vengeance

    I made a pie with the basic pie crust today. Somehow, the dough was reeeally sticky and im wondering whether the measurements are right (i've got the uk version). Will try the Vcon recipe with us...
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    Re: Favourite things from different food groups

    nice one! :)

    grain = brown rice

    vegetable = eggplant

    nut = walnut

    seed = pumpkin
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