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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three

    Despite the cold today, I couldn't resist trying the vegan frozen yoghurt at Tutti Frutti on Bedford Street WC2. They've got 3 flavours: natural, banana and latte. It's one of those places where you...
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    Re: Vegan Brighton (2)

    I stopped at the Prince George yesterday afternoon for a swift beer before catching the train back up to London. After checking today on Barnivore I find that the beer I had isn't vegan. I'm not the...
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    Re: Alpro soya products

    I think I read somewhere, a while back, that Alpro products were developed for sale in high street shops, supermarkets etc; and Provamel was the brand for wholefood and health food shops.
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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three

    I went to VGANGO! in Battersea, just off Northcote Road, today. It's only a little place, with a sit-down counter and a couple of fridges full of Redwood, Fry's and No Muh cheese and a good fast-food...
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    Re: New range at Tesco

    I tried the cheddar style the other day. Gack!!! Straight in the bin.
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    Re: Alpro soya products

    Both my local Waitrose and Sainsbury's have the creamy yoghurts. They are addictive. Sainsbury's have them on special offer for 75p right now.
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    Re: Alpro soya products

    Sojade's parent company make dairy and goat's milk products.
    http://www.triballat.fr/en/index.html

    and...

    Kallo's parent company have subsidiaries making dairy, honey, fish and meat products....
  8. Thread: Vegan York

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    Re: York vegan(s) - singular or plural?

    I'm from Boro'bridge, but live in London. I go to El Piano whenever I'm in York. Their menu though is one of the most complicated and overstretched I've ever come across; crying out to be simplified....
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    Re: UK Census and Lockheed Martin

    I worked for Lockheed for six years. They weren't in the least bit interested in me during that time, so I find it hard to believe that they'll be too interested in millions of people they don't...
  10. Thread: Otarian

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    Re: Otarian

    There is another one on Greek St, called Bibimbap with a 'p'. I've tried it as well, equally good, but slightly more expensive as I recall. Although, due to its location in Soho, more likely to stay...
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    Re: Vegan London, Part Three

    If you like Tex-Mex food there are a couple that are worth trying; Mexicali have branches on Wardour St, W1 and Fulham Rd, SW10 and, Benito's Hat are on Goodge St, W1 and New Row, WC2 off Garrick St....
  12. Thread: Otarian

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    Re: Otarian

    It's open until 8pm each day. Here's a link http://www.bibimbabcafe.com/ It's the vegan bibimbab with kimchi that I keep going back for.
    I went past Otarian again today. It seems as if they were...
  13. Thread: Otarian

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    Re: Otarian

    I do quite like the Indian chutney burger. Although, at nearly six quid, I know I can eat cheaper and better elsewhere. In fact, if you're in the area, you should try the Bibimbab Café on Museum...
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    Re: Otarian

    There were a couple of workmen stripping out all of the fittings at the Neal Street branch today. I didn't stop to ask, but since I've never seen anybody eating there, I was thinking it could be...
  15. Thread: the one show

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    Re: the one show

    Unfortunately, any time a vegetarian/vegan identifies themseves on a general (non vegetarian/vegan) forum they effectively put themselves in the firing line of childish dullards, made brave by their...
  16. Re: Which significant person would you like to become vegan overnight?

    Ronald McDonald
  17. Re: If you could live anywhere in the USA, where would you live?

    Burlington, Vermont.
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    Re: Vegan London

    If you're in town, Maoz, the falafel place on Old Compton St in Soho do nice Belgian style (cooked twice) chips. They are definitely safe, since the only other thing they deep fry there are the...
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    Re: The problem with the term 'dietary vegan'

    Sure. I agree with that sentiment, but it shouldn't matter that a non-vegan is ordering vegan food, if that is the best way to get what they want. I'm not trying to pick holes in your original...
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    Re: The problem with the term 'dietary vegan'

    This is why straight-edge is so fractured; everybody analyzing each others commitment to it and trying to show that they're just that little bit more straight-edge than the next man. It doesn't...
  21. Thread: Tescos

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    Re: Tescos.

    At the big Sainsbury's in Fulham last weekend all of their free-from cakes (Bakewells, jam tarts etc) were more than a month out of date. It shows how often anybody bothers to check the 'weirdos'...
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    Re: Redwoods new cubed Feta style Cheezly

    I'm right there with you on that one..
  23. Re: The Art of Indian Vegetarian Cooking by Yamuna Devi

    The reason Yamuna Devi's book does not mention onions and garlic (or mushrooms), is that it is essentially a Krishna cookbook; and these items are abstained from because they stimulate the central...
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    Re: Vegan London

    The Warren Street Health Food Centre at 11 Warren St, London W1, does a great selection of delicious vegan curries , dhals and chillis. It's also very cheap and has huge portions. There's a couple of...
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