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  1. Re: Is the idea of kosher really a road to veganism?

    This guy came up with some good stuff, he's not blogging any more but it's still up as an archive: http://heebnvegan.blogspot.com/
    And this site seems pretty comprehensive: http://www.shalomveg.com/
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    Re: Holland and Barrett

    H&B might be a bit dubious at times, but the Jesus Army take it a whole lot further, especially regarding animal rights since they own their own intensive pig farms and the like. I have fond...
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    Re: Marks and Spencer soya milk

    Eek that sucks. I've never bought the stuff anyway as it seems to be such crappy value financially compared to the Holland and Barratt opposite, but could have been tempted in an emergency so thanks...
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    Re: November is Vegan Month!

    Happy anniversary! (better late than never ;) )
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    Re: Disillusioned with the animal movement

    The question with meat-free Mondays is how people approach them. If someone says 'right, meat-free Monday, but every meal needs to have milk or egg and I'll eat meat at least twice each of the other...
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    Re: Are you a member of the vegan society?

    Anyone else tried to join online and had issues with the security certificate their bank uses?
  7. Re: Horrible experience at the Old Court House Inn, Great Bromley, Colchester, E

    So she hates vegans for being too clean? :P
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    Re: Who remembers plamil's pea protein milk?

    I never bought it, but early in my time with Veggies it was being trialled at an event. It didn't go down well iirc. I had a quick taste of it in tea, it felt more like a new person initiation than...
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    Re: Are you a member of the vegan society?

    I was a member for a couple of years, but let it lapse because I was a) skint and b) needing a bit of space from some personal issues connected to the organisation. I'm thinking of joining again now...
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    Re: November is Vegan Month!

    I'm blogging about food for the month, to show the wide range of things vegans can eat...
  11. Re: If you don't eat that chicken, I'll kill this chicken.

    How would the chicken cross the road?
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    Re: Vegan Edinburgh

    I'm in Stirling, will be in Edinburgh for a bit on Wednesday so may try to check some of these places out.
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    Vegan Stirling

    Long story short, I'm moving to Stirling in a little over a month and thought I'd post here to scope out whether there is any sort of vegan scene in the area. I did ok getting food when we were just...
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    Re: Mrs Crimbles Dutch Apple cake

    I've had this, ironically it was for an English food dinner standing in for sponge pudding with custard. (We were doing English food because my partner's Greek friend had invited us over for Greek...
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    Re: IMPORTANT: About our joinable user groups ('zones')...

    Hi, the member area seems to have vanished, any reason for this?
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    Re: So I wanted to join the Vegan Society...

    As I remember it (my ex worked there so I got a few insights), the 'dietary vegan' thing was the baseline for either getting a job there, volunteering or being a full member. The idea was that people...
  17. Thread: Faux meat

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    Re: Faux Meat

    Ha I live in Nottingham so get 'ducked' on a regular basis. If I'm drunk enough I'll respond by quacking...
  18. Thread: Faux meat

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    Re: Faux Meat

    No moral problem, but I've noticed that fake meat has started to gross me out more in the last few months. Still eating vegan cheese though!
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    Re: Anyone else have this problem?

    I have a definite gag reaction walking past a butcher shop. Sometimes I can cope with meat cooking, but the other day I had a panic attack set off by my boy's flatmate cooking lamb. For some reason...
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    Re: Doner kebabs: Death wrapped in pitta bread

    The yagga strip thing sounds good - you could probably do the same with Frys wok strips. Actual kebabs, however, yuk. My food hygiene instructor insisted that the only reason most people didn't get...
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    Re: Cochineal in a vegetarian product?

    The synthetic variety is E122 or carmosine. I may have spelt the last bit wrong. You know some messed up vegetarians - at least the ones in my life try to avoid actual dead creature products...
  22. Re: Drinks companies criticised over in-school adverts

    Quaxt - try showing the Simpsons episode where the school milk turns out to come from rats...
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    Re: H&B buy Julian Graves

    Hmm, I kind of hope they leave JG stores as they are. This is purely out of concern for my local health food shop at home that would get f***ed over if there was a H&B on our high street.
  24. Thread: Nose salve?

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    Nose salve?

    Anyone know a good vegan salve (or any product that performs this function) to put around your nose when it's sore from being blown/wiped non-stop due to a cold? I've been using Superdrug vitamin e...
  25. Re: The Top 12 Products You Can Replace With Lemons

    He was drunk and somehow, in a room he'd lived in for a year, thought the pile of CDs was the sink.
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    Re: How Do You Feel About Fake Animal Prints???

    I wouldn't wear head-to-toe animal prints, but I did contemplate buying some (non-leather, obv) leopard print boots today. Then realised they were nearly fifty quid. And I have zebra-print pants...
  27. Thread: Leamington

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    Re: Leamington

    True - the main reason I use Teh Evul Teh Sco so much is because there's eff-all else open when I finish work in the evenings. (Well, there's an asda closer to my house, but jeez that's worse!)
  28. Thread: Leamington

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    Re: Leamington

    Leamington Veggies and Vegans might be useful to someone - the site doesn't seem to have been updated for a bit, but there are a few places recommended. (The only one I can vouch for the brilliance...
  29. Re: The Top 12 Products You Can Replace With Lemons

    The antibacterial bit might be why someone I know used lemon juice to clean someone elses CDs he'd weed on. Anyway, useful to know about cleaning the kitchen with it (lemon juice not wee) as I'm...
  30. Re: Marmite, Vegemite, Natex, Meridian etc yeast extract - love it or hate it ?

    Hemlock - Morrisons is my favourite too, it reminds me of Marmite as it was when I first started eating it!

    Nevyn - that's so weird about Vegemite. Glad I never got into it.
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    Re: Special Deals (UK)

    (Nb: bumped the Halal thread, it is in 'Animals and Animal Products' if anyone wants to discuss that there)

    Teh Evul Sco (OMGELEVENTYONE!) (sorry, can't resist) are selling pods of peas at two...
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    Re: i just saved a life! yeah! yeah! yeeahhhh!

    Wow, the squirrel must have been really freaked out to let you pick him up. Normally they run a mile.
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    Re: Help me move to London!

    Also, don't be daunted by having to buy the handset - I had to get a payg phone in an emergency once (nothing dramatic, just my normal phone going on the blink at a time when I needed to be in...
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    Re: Favourite Vegan Food Products - UK

    Yeah, Clive's Pies have kept me going through various trips to Manchester. (for some reason Eighth Day seems to be the place I mostly see them!)
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    Re: Vegan birthday cake maker in London!!!

    I'm told that Rebecca's is the place to call if you want vegan cake in London.
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    Re: Hostility towards vegans/non-vegans

    Re appearances - if one 'vegan' is so upset about the non-vegan mayo on the side of their plate that they just HAVE to eat it, and this is the comment they pass on to the cafe staff, then it is only...
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    Re: Miss the taste of butter?

    The M&S one is own-brand and just called 'dairy-free sunflower spread'. It is usually in the same fridge case as the butter and a few other margarines. (Which is a pain in the arse to find in the...
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    Re: Cheap healthy raw vegan recipies? For college

    Couscous can be made by pouring boiling water on it and leaving it, so you just need a kettle for that. (I hope your kitchen has one - don't want to imagine large numbers of students deprived of...
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    Re: Miss the taste of butter?

    Marks and Spencer do a vegan margarine that does pretty much taste like butter. (admittedly my memories of butter might be a bit old!) That's the full-fat version, not the low-fat version, btw.
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    Re: Help me move to London!

    3 only works in 'urban centres' - my university isn't that far out of our city centre, though, and my 3-using friends have trouble getting a signal there. So I'd be wary of signing up for this,...
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