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    Re: Looking For A Cookery Book & Stuff

    This is a really easy cheese recipe that I make a lot and no fancy ingredients http://www.maplespice.com/2011/04/baked-almond-feta-with-dill-oil.html

    I do find most of my recipes online now as...
  2. Re: Election in the UK - make your vote count for animals

    Sorry to see Cathy and Chris lost their seats just Kerry left now. Feel very depressed at the moment not just for animals but the poor, disabled and unemployed in this country. Five more years of...
  3. Election in the UK - make your vote count for animals

    For anyone who is thinking of voting in the UK. Animal Aid have set up this site to check who is the best candidate for animals. http://voteforanimals.org.uk/
  4. Re: warrior blend supplement / complete amino acids / new vegan, or nearly vegan

    Personally I find it easier to eat healthily when I have my cupboards full with food. If I don't have tempting veg and stuff that's easy to make into meals I tend to eat biscuits and other unhealthy...
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    Poll: Re: the best place to be vegan in the UK

    I'd like to nominate Winchester as the worst place for vegans. I went there on Friday to meet up with family and we couldn't find anywhere to eat. We asked in a couple of places but they had no idea....
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    Re: Sunflower seeds? Help please.

    I like to sprinkle them on top of things like shepherds pie and lasagne, I use a mix of seeds including sesame. You could also make a parmesan substitute...
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    Re: Organic or not?

    It looks like a good system the only problem I can see is it's not very pretty. Knowing how people are against wind turbines in the UK I can't see them going for this. Although they seem to put up...
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    Re: Zoo and Aquarium Jobs

    I wouldn't work in one or visit. As Clueless says I don't think you would be a militant vegan to consider places that keep animals captive are wrong. In fact isn't the whole idea of veganism that you...
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    Re: Always Hungry

    Maybe if you give us an idea of what you eat in a day we can give you some help with what you can do to fill up.
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    Re: Organic or not?

    As far as I understand American organic standards and European are different. I presume the original article is talking about American standards?
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    Re: Organic or not?

    I haven't read all through the article but just having a quick look. It says that antibiotics aren't used. This isn't true, the routine use of antibiotics isn't allowed but animals can be treated if...
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    Re: Best dairy-free milk to go with tea?

    Soya milk just takes some getting used to. If you were suddenly given cows milk as an adult and hadn't had it before you would think it tasted awful.

    In the cafe we give people the choice of...
  13. Re: "No meat, no dairy, no problem: is 2014 the year vegans become mainstream?"

    Yes one of the article I read recently in a newspaper was basically saying the new type of vegans are ok the old type are a bit weird. Which I found very annoying. The new type aren't even vegans!
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    Re: The China Study

    It's been a while since I read the China Study but can't remember, did it suggest rice as a primary food?
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    Re: Hello all

    Yes, they work in just the same way as any other margarine. Soya milk works just like cow's milk as well. So you can make sauces and custard etc easily.
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    Re: Hello all

    Hi Michelle, I just use 'Pure' margarine, vitalite also do a dairy free spread both are available from the main supermarkets. If you are feeling lazy JusRol puff pastry is vegan. Have a look in the...
  17. Re: Why does juicing get attention over blending?

    We already compost all our veg waste at a community veg garden around the corner.

    Yes I think you're right pickled onion it would just be cold soup.

    Having chatted to my boss today I think we...
  18. Re: Why does juicing get attention over blending?

    We make smoothies in the cafe but we use local produce so have now run out of fruit we can use. We are thinking of making fresh juices with veg but myself and the owner are a little concerned at how...
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    Re: vegan baby in (very) cold weather

    Polar fleece and gortex seem to be two of the best fabrics to keep you warm and are manmade.
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    Re: The Tea Thread

    Why does she think that has she never seen a vegan eat? I would have thought vegetables and fruit were the least processed food you could buy.
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    Re: hello

    I like scrambled tofu, and we use ackee in the cafe as a replacement for scrambled egg. Although I was never a big fan of eggs I always found them a bit weird.
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    Re: The China Study

    It would be nice wouldn't it to think we stopped eating meat and dairy for animals. But have gained some kind of karmic pay off and have a healthier life?
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    Re: I Have no clue where to start.

    Tesco Vegan list show that lots of their bread is ok http://realfood.tesco.com/media/docs/Vegan-June-2013-ec29f63d-81f8-402b-85d1-a23a5acfb2d9-0.pdf

    I haven't shopped in Tesco for a few years now...
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    Re: Need help with mice

    Here are a few things you could try http://www.care2.com/greenliving/5-humane-ways-to-get-rid-of-mice.html
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    Re: I Have no clue where to start.

    Hi Miso, I actually now make most of my own bread but lots of the brands that sainsbury's stock like Hovis, Warburton and Kingsmill are mostly ok for vegans. I don't usually buy the made in store...
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    Re: I Have no clue where to start.

    Welcome to the forum Jay. Supermarkets like Sainsburys are good for vegans as they label vegan products. I've personally found most breads to be ok for vegans, I must be shopping in different places...
  27. Re: Skin/scalp problems.... diet? allergy?

    I had this problem years ago before I was vegan suddenly got lots of spots around my hairline. I changed to a baby shampoo that was very mild and it went away. I now always use natural shampoos and...
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    Re: The healty eating guide

    Yes Egesa it is good. It's very popular in the UK, I use it all the time when travelling. They have an app now as well which I think will let you know all the vegetarian places nearby.
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    Re: The healty eating guide

    Me too. It's also misleading as lots of those cafes and restaurants aren't healthy, they sell vegan junk food.
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    Re: Meat free mince withdrawn?

    I don't like the way the supermarkets all have different answers. That's when you can actually get any kind of answer at all!
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    Re: New Vegan Cafe - St Leonards on sea

    We are on happy cow and trip advisor although there is a bit of confusion about our name as it was originally going to be called Lovefoodcafe but is actually called Moose's Kitchen as another cafe...
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    Re: Vegan Questionnaire - FOR COURSEWORK!

    Have you thought of using survey monkey? Most of the questionnaires seem to use it now. It would make it easier for people to answer your questions. http://www.surveymonkey.com/
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    Re: Meat free mince withdrawn?

    Interesting facebook discussion about what's happened to the mince. Didn't like the idea of them finding pork in it! All very mysterious https://www.facebook.com/tesco/posts/522290394496763
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    Re: Stomach Issues

    Maybe you could give us an idea of what you eat on a typical day?
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    Re: Meat free mince withdrawn?

    It isn't back in Sainsburys yet. Anyone heard anything? It seems strange it's not been replaced with a new batch by now.

    I like it, it's good if you want to make a quick meal.
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    Re: Rethinking Veganism (Radio 4 program)

    Yes but Blueberries have you ever met anyone who would call themselves a Bakevist? I work in a Vegan cafe so that is basically what what we do but, no one would actually call themselves a bakevist we...
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    Re: Rethinking Veganism (Radio 4 program)

    That's funny Harpy. Why? Did she think only young people would be interested in being Vegans?

    Yes Veganmonkey all those 'tribes are something I've never even heard of before. I think he made it...
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    Rethinking Veganism (Radio 4 program)

    Listened to this yesterday, thought it was interesting and unusually positive about Veganism. It's available to listen to on IPlayer if anyone's interested http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qnx3
  39. Re: Vacationing with Non-Vegan Parents, Friends & Family

    Could you phone or email the hotel and ask if they will do vegan food. Lots of hotels do now especially if you let them know in advance.
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    Re: help me with a sticker

    Hi Kilgore, as far as I can see you just need to change " as other creatures' to just like other creatures' 'hurted' to 'hurt'. 'A step into the direction of consuming' I would change to something...
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