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  1. Solidarity for vegans & animal activists in Gezi park in Istanbul

    I didn't know where to post this but I just wanted to let other vegans all around the world know that peaceful vegans are in the Gezi park holding on to their spot to save the park which stands for...
  2. Re: VegfestUK Bristol Friday 25th to Sunday 27th May 2012

    I'm flying in from Istanbul with my sister, we'll first be visiting Bath & Stonehenge and than moving on to Bristol for the festival. I CANNOT WAIT!!!!!!! I have been dreaming (& saving!) of going...
  3. Poll: Re: Vegan friendly cafes and restaurants you really like in London

    Why is Inspiral Lounge not on this list? Or maybe they changed its name but it is my favourite veg*n place on the planet. I go there every time I'm in London and feel like the happiest person alive....
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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three

    Sorry that I am posting so late. I was in London for only 2 days and am now back in snowy & much colder Istanbul. My weekend in London was simply amazing - the Awolnation concert I was going to was...
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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three

    I just had to mention that I am totally and completely in love with InSpiral's tiramisu! I've never been a huge cake/cookie/dessert eater, but I do like to try interesting vegan desserts at times. I...
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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three

    I went to Vantra when it was quite new - I was on my own in London so it was the perfect spot to sit down and enjoy the food. (without feeling awkward if that makes any sense) The serving system was...
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    Re: Vegan Show South London 11/02/2012

    I happen to be in London that weekend so I truly hope to have some time to pop by. Seems like a great event!!!
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    Re: Cancer patients go vegan

    Maybe a little of topic but I have a friend who has recently been diagnosed with cancer (she's not vegan). Even though it was caught early, had not spread and was removed surgically, she did have to...
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    Re: going vegan without losing weight?

    First of all - congrats to your bf for making the best decision of his life! :)

    Like many, I did not lose or gain weight when I became a vegan a year ago. I was a vegetarian for many years before...
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    Re: How do you melt vegan cheese?

    I bought some Tofutti Mozzarella style cheese last week in Manchester and I tried to make a sandwich of it yesterday, but the cheese tasted a bit funny. I didn't have a fridge in my hotel room, so I...
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    Re: Vegan Manchester

    I was in Manchester last week and was staying near Oxford Road so I was at a perfect location to get my vegan stock from Eight Day. I am not very familiar with prices in the UK to be honest, and...
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    Re: Vegan Manchester

    Hi,
    I will be flying over to Manchester next week (if my airline allows me to use my miles) so wanted to ask you all which places I must visit when I am there for just 2 days. I need to stock up on...
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    Re: Superdrug shops

    I'll go and do the same right now :)
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    Poll: Re: the best place to be vegan in the UK

    I try to travel to the UK as often as I can because I simply love the vegan friendliness, the culture, the arts, the language, the people, the shopping (for food - I can spend hours in a Sainsbury's...
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    Re: Vegan comfort food

    My favourite comfort food right now is simple one: home made guacamole with tortilla chips.

    For dinner I will have the same guacamole with kidney beans, rice & corn. It is simply divine and so...
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    Re: "It is still alive"

    I wish cops would be so kind and considerate here as well. They would not even be bothered to help out and would tell the person to get a cab. Than you have this whole thing about finding a cab...
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    Re: "It is still alive"

    Sadly seeing dead animals (usually cats, dogs or birds) on the roads of Istanbul is quite frequent and as people here put it 'normal'. I personally do not think anything like that can ever be...
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    Re: Animal self-violence or suicide?

    I've asked myself the same question on animal suicide whenever I saw a cat or a dog trying to 'cross' a busy 10-lane highway here in Istanbul. There was nothing on the other side of the highway so...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    Not my most creative day either but here it is;
    Breakfast: plain corn flakes with soy milk
    Lunch: orange/carrot juice & handful of peanuts (had too busy of a day in the office)
    Dinner: green...
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    Re: Superdrug shops

    I loooovvveeeee Superdrug! Oddly we have a drugstore chain called 'Watsons' (Hong Kong based chain) here in Istanbul and they sell Superdrug products for amazing prices!

    I love it when products...
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    Re: Trip to London - any ideas

    You can also go to Camden Town and visit InSpiral Lounge - yummy vegan food, desserts & drinks. I have to visit London as often as possible because I am addicted to that place!!!
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    Re: Some Oatly milks not vegan?

    What a coincidence! I had bought a small Oatly chocolate milk a while ago during my trip to the UK. I assumed it was vegan. (lesson learned=never assume) Just today my sister told me that the use by...
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    Re: Want to go vegan, except for one thing...

    I live in Turkey where we have a lot of hairdye, but they are all from the evil huge companies we all know all of. At first I thought it would be impossible for me to find a decent one as well, until...
  24. Re: Why do some people think giving up products made of animal is hard?

    I have some difficulties with regard to toiletries as well - but that is mainly because in Turkey, it's hard to find 'cruelty - free' brands that are more readily available in Europe. For example; I...
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    Re: Do you work with animals?

    Working with animals is also a dream of mine. Or working with an organization that fights for the rights of animals. I am still looking into ways how I can achieve my dream because working for a...
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    Re: If you accidentally buy non-vegan food

    This sadly happens to me quite often however hard I try to avoid it. The food labeling in Turkey is quite bad, the ingredients are written down in such small letters that you can hardly read them in...
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