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    No to badger 'culling'!

    From the Viva! website.

    Save our wildlife - Go vegan!

    "Badgers are under threat across the United Kingdom. They are the scapegoats of failed agricultural policy and political backslapping....
  2. Thread: Nit problem

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    Re: Nit problem

    Twinkle mentioned tea-tree, they hate the stuff. Also, add a lot of olive oil into your hair as it prevents them from gripping to your hair and makes it easier to comb them out. I speak from...
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    Re: The Fasting Support Thread

    Third day into my current fast, I haven't done one in ages, I'm just drinking water at the mo' and some weak tea (I'm a tea addict if ever there was one but I've cut it right back the last few days)...
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    Re: AR News Webpages in Canada?

    I don't know if this helps but I'm aware of a Liberation BC group in Vancouver, maybe they can help? Note to moderator: I'm posting this link as Liberation BC are a legal AR campaigning group.
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    Re: Badger cull in wales (with updates)

    Good news :)

    Pembrokeshire badger cull halted after appeal.
    A controversial cull of around 1,500 badgers in south-west Wales has been halted after protestors won their legal challenge to stop it....
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    Re: Vegan Pride! - items in my shop

    Cool. I'm going to order 5 of them. :) PM me if it's easier for you to do this rather than on the site.
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    Re: Vegan Pride! - items in my shop

    :heart: the fridge magnet and am tempted to order a few. I see the postage to everywhere else is $1.70, is this $1.70 per item or per order (up to a certain amount)?
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    Re: Right here it goes- new mum turning vegan advice please:)

    Hi Yum and Sienna-Rose.
    I'm not a parent so I can't offer any personal advice but the Vegan Society do offer advice relating to some of the things you've asked about. You'll find it here. I hope...
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    Re: Redwood Cheese

    bung it in some tasty bread with brannie pickle and finely sliced raw onion for a nom nomishness delight that will clear space around you in a crowded office. :)
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    Re: Muller 'Thank you cows' advert

    I don't know of any sources of such information but maybe The Vegan Society might know where to begin looking if they don't have anything to hand.
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    Re: Muller's 'Thank You Cows' compaign

    And they say vegans are crazy people who don't have a 'realistic' view of the world :mad: as they launch into their standard attack lines like "it's natural" or "they'd be no cows if we didn't drink...
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    Re: Being vegan in the Canary Islands

    We've only been to Gran Canaria once, but to Lanzarote several times, and we found soya milk to be available in the local shops. We also found quite a good selection of beans in jars (rather than...
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast? (2)

    Tea and toast, but if I have the time to prepare it I prefer fried mushrooms on toast.
  14. Thread: Vegan UK map

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    Re: Vegan UK map

    Ooooh it's looking good.
    I see you added Spinacio's and The Bean Inn in St Ives - I'd forgotten those two. As I was looking at Falmouth I remembered The Natural Store, they are a healthfood shop...
  15. Thread: Vegan UK map

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    Re: Vegan UK map

    Nice idea animal-crackers.

    Here's one for you as you have only Lettuce And Lovage listed for Truro, but right opposite :) we have Archie Browns restaurant/deli/shop. 105-106 Kenwyn Street, Truro,...
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    Re: I just ate the most delicious...

    Homemade roast sweet potato, red onion & chick pea soup, topped with stir fried pineapple & chick peas.
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    Re: are you a member of the vegan society?

    I'm a life member of the vegan society and I get 10% off at my local health food store/cafe so it's pretty good value in that respect but there aren't too many places that give VS discounts. You can...
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    Re: Totally bizarre or weird news stories thread

    Iranian cleric 'blames quakes on promiscuous women'

    Did the earth move for you?
  19. Thread: Road kill

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    Re: Road kill

    I've seen a similar thing happen a few years ago when slow moving traffic ran over a line of several young ducks as the mother escorted them across the road on the carraigeway opposite me. I was...
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    Re: Totally bizarre or weird news stories thread

    Chinese gamer survives knife through skull
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    Pies-in-face attack roils anarchist-vegan world

    Maybe this should be in the News articles threads but I found it bizarre so I'll post it here.
    YouTube video of the pie attack is here
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    Re: Totally bizarre or weird news stories thread

    Bare-chested Shetlander welcomes Google with open fingers
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    Florida woman prangs car while shaving her privates
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    Re: A Closer Look at Evolutionary Faces

    Such beautiful faces.
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    Re: Totally bizarre or weird news stories thread

    Taken from an article entitled SeaWorld killer killer whale must die, Bible insists on The Register is a link to this blog.
  26. Special Appeal from the Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary - Help Our Chilean Friends

    Folks

    I've just had a mail from the Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary Trust re Special Appeal from the Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary - Help Our Chilean Friends!‏ in which they ask for financial help...
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    Re: Kinnerton eggs?

    They've also got a Simpsons themed one too. *"aaaaahhhhhhh dairy freeeee easter egggggssssss" said in best drooly Homer voice*

    I also found the Kinnerton easter bunny bar for 1.79 and a Celtic...
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    Re: Cornwall

    Whereabouts are you going to visit? I can only speak for the mid and west parts of the county as I don't tend to go up east that much.

    Currently here's what I'm aware of:
    TRURO: Archie Browns...
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    Re: Tories and hunting

    When I read the thread title I have to admit I misread it, and thought it would be a good idea to hunt Tories.

    if you want to sign the electronic version, and thus save paper and postage, go here
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    B: toast
    Snack: banana, pkt of crisps
    L: noodles, apple, small pkt of pretzels
    D: stir fried tofu/seitan/veg w/rice
  31. Thread: Tired of food

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    Re: Tired of food

    How about making a large pan of soup, as it's quick and easy to make, and you can pick at it should you feel hungry. You can always spice it up on the next day, or use it as a base for a stew or...
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    Re: Badger cull is a go ahead

    ^ Thanks for the link kokopelli. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Japanese style packed lunches (Vegan Bento) [2]

    Big elastic bands might keep the lid on??
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    Re: Japanese style packed lunches (Vegan Bento) [2]

    Could you use of those luggage strap thingummys instead?
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    ^ "Why doesn't my body crave what's good for it?" :) Story of my life.
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    Re: Totally bizarre or weird news stories thread

    ^ Shopping in your PJs? :tongue_ani:
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    Re: I just ate the most delicious...

    Nom nom nom ... vegetable stew (spuds, onions, leeks, swede, carrots, butternut squash, soya chunks, vegetable stock, chipotle sauce) with dumplings.
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    Toast and tea.

    Chips and mushy peas.

    Coconut rice with chilli beans & sweet potato.
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    Defra gets tough with veggie lobby

    Defra gets tough with veggie lobby

    THE Government last night moved to sideline environmental food zealots who have called for Britain to turn vegetarian in the battle against climate change.

    As...
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    Re: what's everyyone making for Crimbo this year?

    ^ You can still buy the turkey roast without the gawd awful stuffing.
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