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  1. Re: Bristol Vegfest UK: Saturday May 28th & Sunday May 29th 2011

    Coming on Sat, leaving on Sunday. Booked IBIS hotel.... Look forward to meeting some new faces and some usual suspects..
  2. Re: Bristol Vegfest UK: Saturday May 28th & Sunday May 29th 2011

    It is 68 quid a room. So 10 of us can share and pile up on top of each other.. Thats 6.80 per head. I stayed at IBIS last year.

    I'll be coming on Sat and leaving on Sunday, mostly likely on the...
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    Re: Starbucks Vegan List

    Hi harpy.. I'm fine thanks..:)

    Sorry, my mistake.. I did not read the rest of the thread.. :amazed_ani:
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    Re: Starbucks Vegan List

    Not sure if this has been posted before. Starbucks is phasing out the heavy mugs and they are going to be replaced with bone china mugs. Guess we'll have to drink in paper mugs although thats not...
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    Poll: Re: Circumcision or no circumcision?

    Just an update to my previous post in this thread...... To be honest, I think I like the look of my penis now. I guess its a matter of getting used to it. It healed very fast. The stitches dropped...
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    Re: An Indian vegan house warming ceremony

    Thanks Harpy. :) Thats right! I don't post here often although I have a browse when I get the time.

    Mr. Kvrangan, I don't live in India anymore. Just keep visiting my family on holiday. My parents...
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    Poll: Re: Circumcision or no circumcision?

    Well.. I had a Circumcision operation on Wednesday. I could not bring myself to watch it and I asked the doctors to put me to sleep (as opposed to local anesthesia) during the procedure. It was to...
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    Eating out in Cologne (Köln)?

    I'm off to Cologne and Hidelberg (Germany) in August and I was wondering about vegan places to eat out. I have looked at Happycow and have a list of some potential places. If anyone has personal...
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    Re: Off to Frankfurt this week - any ideas?

    When I went to Frankfurt, I ate in Indian restaurants. They tend to have veggie options and are usually helpful to cater to special requirements. Unfortunately, I don't remember the names of...
  10. Thread: Morrisons

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    Re: Morrisons

    I'm having it right now as I type this and its bloody divine!!! :D Mmmmmmmm!
  11. Thread: Morrisons

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    Re: Morrisons

    I picked up a giant 1.3 liter tub of Swedish Glace Naepolitan flavour Ice cream from Morrisons today for £ 2.99. I've never seen this in Morrisons before. In fact, I've not seen this flavour before...
  12. Thread: Vegan ice cream?

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    Re: Vegan ice cream?

    I picked this one up from Morrisons today.:bigsmile: The 1.3 Liter giant tub only costs £ 2.99. This is the first time I have seen this flavour being stocked in morrisons. They only used to have the...
  13. Thread: Vegan In Germany

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    Re: Vegan In Germany

    VEGAN GUEST HOUSE IN GERMANY

    I got this info via e-mail from one of the vegans in the Indian Vegan group. Thought I'd share this with you .....

    In her own words .....
    ...
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    Re: Removed posts from the "Were you spanked as a child"-thread

    How do you define spanking? Is it hitting/slapping a child with your hand? If so, in my case it was a lot more extreme than spanking.

    I have often been beaten with leather belts when I was a...
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    Re: An Indian vegan house warming ceremony

    Thanks everyone! :)



    Maybe in the future Cedar.:smile: I think India will be my settlement eventually.

    Although it is easy to be vegan in India diet-wise, it is not too easy to be vegan...
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    Re: An Indian vegan house warming ceremony

    Shankar and another Indian Vegan Mr. Praveen an advocate from Bangalore.
    http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e252/vegan_dude/uploads226.jpg

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    Shankar and Mr. Majunath a Vegan Yoga teacher...
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    An Indian vegan house warming ceremony

    I've just been back from a holiday in South India and I thought I'll share some exciting developments that happened whilst I was there. Besides being a holiday, the main purpose of my visit was to...
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    Sticky: Re: The South Indian recipes collection

    Sorry Vegcurry. I'll kick start this thread again soon. Just been very busy concentrating on my life away from the forum. :)
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    Re: Vegan London

    I have been there only twice. I would not go all the way from Leeds to York just for the restaurant. Its a good place to eat though, as there are very limited places that are Vegan friendly in York....
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    Re: Vegan London

    Vanilla Black in York has closed. They are relocating to London. The restaurant will be open later in this month. They are looking for staff.

    http://www.vanillablack.co.uk/

    Vanilla Black
    17-...
  21. Re: Beaten to death for being a goth *WARNING* - Graphic images and description

    The police are useless!!! I am so pissed off with the police in this country, most of them are so flippin incompetent. We have youths breaking into homes around where I live. Call 999 and the...
  22. Thread: gObama!!

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    Re: gObama!!

    Please don't insult the chimpanzee. ;)

    Although I feel Obama has the calibre to be an exceptional president, I don't have faith in the way the American democracy works. IMO most presidents end up...
  23. Thread: Lake District

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    Re: Lake District

    We're planning a trip to the Lake District in spring. Can anyone recommend a vegan friendly B&B in Windermere?

    Thanks :)
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    Re: Dry Beans in Rice Cooker?

    Soak the beans in water overnight, and they should cook fairly easily. Add a pinch of salt when you boil them in the rice cooker.
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    Re: Animals Like Vegans Better?

    That depends on what "liking" means. Many vegans refuse to have pets because of the extra effort needed to take care of them. This is much better than having pets and neglecting them. If someone has...
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    Sticky: Coconut Chutney

    Coconut Chutney will go with Dosas (See recipe a few posts above).

    You need...

    1 coconut
    3 table spoons of gram dhal (available from Asian shops)
    1 green chilli (maybe 2 if you need it...
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    Sticky: Re: The South Indian recipes collection

    Thanks to thetiffinroom for the dosa recipe. :)

    I have been receiving many queries about recipes and I will post them here when I get the time. Sorry, it has been manic and I have'nt had the...
  28. Re: Booja-Booja’s new ‘Stuff in a Tub’ is better than ice cream

    Today, we tried the coconut and the maple pecan flavours. We put them together in a bowl and topped it with melted chocolate. Tastes divine!:) if I had to pick the best of the three I've tried so far...
  29. Thread: Vegan Leeds

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    Re: Vegan friendly cafes, restaurants etc in Leeds

    Holy crap!!! :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
  30. Re: Booja-Booja’s new ‘Stuff in a Tub’ is better than ice cream

    Just let me know what time you are coming so I can make sure that I clean the tub before then.:D
  31. Re: Booja-Booja’s new ‘Stuff in a Tub’ is better than ice cream

    We're getting ours on Tuesday from the local health food store. Can't wait. :D
  32. Thread: Vegan in Venice

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    Re: Venice

    We're off to Venice next month on a holiday. :) We're excited, but also worried about the language problem. :o Might try some of the places mentioned in Harpy's post. Also looking into the...
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    Sticky: Dry Cauliflower curry

    :) OK! You want me to be house husband who cooks, don't you?:D


    Hmmm... try this Cedar. :)

    You'll need

    1 large Cauliflower
    4 garlic cloves
    Chilli powder - one fourths teaspoon
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    Sticky: Riceflour Rottis (seasoned pancakes)

    Riceflour is used to prepare rottis. This is a simple dish that originates from Karnataka state in India. It is very easy to prepare and you can get creative by adding your own seasonings. The rottis...
  35. Thread: Peta sent me 5p

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    Re: Peta sent me 5p

    Same here. But instead of getting one issue, I get about 3. They send the same issue again and again, like I need convincing about what they are saying. :rolleyes:
  36. Re: World's first Vegan (headless) Fish - Scomberomorus Maculates Scervellato

    Someone sent me a link at office and found it funny. Well done spoof!

    Mods.. feel free to delete this thread or move it.:D
  37. World's first Vegan (headless) Fish - Scomberomorus Maculates Scervellato

    Not sure if this has been posted before...

    Swiss Biochimeric engineering scientists have managed to breed the world's first headless, brainless, fishless, fish by adding in proteins and fatty...
  38. Thread: Sainsbury's

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    Re: Sainsburys

    Prince's veg fails store's test

    The Prince of Wales has been dropped by Sainsbury's as a supplier because it says his organic vegetables do not meet the right standards.

    Full article......
  39. Thread: Pus in milk?

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    Re: Pus in milk?

    Robert,

    It is not untrue. Milk is always the same! Please see the link below that describes a study to show that even organically produced milk contains lots of pus and bacteria.

    Organic Pus
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    Re: Vegan Airplane food

    Yes I know. But I avoid Nestle anyways - vegan or not!:)
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