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    Re: Vegan Stockholm 2010

    Stockholm in general - pretty expensive, but that's partly about the exchange rate. The Hermitage was about 90 Krona (about 9 Euros) for an eat-all-you want buffet lunch. Hermans was about 12...
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    Re: Vegan Stockholm 2010

    I had a great meal at the Hermitage in Gamla Stan here, too:...
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    Re: jammie dodgers

    They're 2 for 1 in the Co-op at the moment. And the jam doughnuts are buy one get one half price. My colleagues were delighted at my generosity - I didn't tell them that I'd just thought better of...
  4. Re: Have any UK members ever bought a shirt from Herbivore Clothing?

    Not bought clothing but have bought books and bits-and-bobs from Herbivore - they were really quick to ship and even tucked some extra freebies into the package. And they're a vegan company so it...
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    Re: New cauldron packaging and size

    Yes, if you can work out how to package and ship it cost-effectively, looks like there's a market out there for decent home-made tofu, Ms Derious
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    Vegan Stockholm 2010

    Hello Swedish Vegans!

    I will be in Stockholm for a conference at the end of the month, and I would really appreciate your suggestions for great places (and things!) to eat.

    I'm staying in a...
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    Re: Ice cream parlour?

    Isn't there one in Birmingham? Frank or Treaclemine would know, I would think if you pm them, maybe? I seem to recall them both mentioning it about 18m ago. If it's gone, that might be an...
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    Re: mealworms and birds

    Hi Thyme. As VG says, it's about what sits well with your conscience, and everyone is different. For me, I don't use mealworms because the Vegan Soc definition of living in a vegan way is to avoid...
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    Re: New mum turning vegan - advice please :)

    Just wanted to say, Yum, that you are a totally amazing mummy and it's lovely to read how you are thinking things through and making sure that Sienna-Rose comes absolutely first and foremost in...
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    Re: Unsweetened dark chocolate

    Dark chocolate does taste more complex and chocolatey and less sugary than milk chocolate - it's supposed to! I don't think you can make dark chocolate taste like milk chocolate easily, and to me...
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    Re: Holland and Barrett

    Conked-out fridge/freezers? - oooh, we dream of a conked-out fridge/freezer here in Salisbury. H&B the size of a broom cupboard with no fresh/frozen section at all, and two-thirds of the blasted...
  12. Thread: Oxfordshire

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    Re: Oxfordshire

    Tried out the Gardeners Arms (on the recommendations from this thread) on Thursday. They were super nice to us, even though we arrived at 2.20 and they stop serving food at 2.30 - and they had a...
  13. Thread: Beer

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    Re: Is Belgian Kriek (cherry beer) vegan?

    Wouldn't be for me - that person that replied to you has no more information or knowledge than you do about individual brewers and producers, and neither of you knows the accuracy of the internet...
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    Re: Help and advice needed

    It's up to you, of course, but if it were me, I think I'd go to a different GP for a second opinion and emphasise the family history of malabsorption rather than you having been vegan for a few...
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    Re: Help and advice needed

    Does your doctor know about the family history of B12 malabsorption? i.e. it may not be a question of adjusting what you are eating but you may require supplementation and/or injections regardless...
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    Re: Vegan Brighton (2)

    Wooh! Harpy - I was also in Terre A Terre on Sunday... spooky! In the evening though. The tapas/chips/carafe of wine for two for 33 is running until the end of June.
  17. Re: Free opera ticket for Tosca at the Coliseum in St Martin's Lane

    Wish we still lived within striking distance of the Big Smoke, harpy - would have bitten your hand off (in a vegan way, of course) for a free ticket. Haven't seen Tosca for many years - the last...
  18. Thread: Zilli green

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    Re: Zilli green

    I hadn't thought some of those things were vegan having looked at their menu, cacatua? What was the pistachio ice-cream made with, do you know?
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    Re: Vegan Food In LHR Airport?

    I had some lovely food (can't remember what it was, but I remember liking it!) at Eat in T5.
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    Re: Vegan Pineapple Tarts at Morrisons

    And I love the fact that you've scoffed three of them before you remembered to take a photo! :)
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    Re: Food intolerance test results - HELP! D:

    It was diagnosed by a Consultant Gastroenterologist at the hospital after a whole range of tests. Please don't panic though - it's rare, and the symptoms are much more severe than IBS. In my...
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    Re: Food intolerance test results - HELP! D:

    Entirely up to you what you want to do, of course, but when we were looking for help for my partner's what-we-thought was IBS and what-turned-out Crohn's collitis, we looked into York testing, and...
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    [Classifieds] Re: Free allotment!

    If this had come up a couple of years ago when we lived closer to Bristol, I'd have bitten your hand off for this opportunity! Hope you find someone.
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    Re: Husband is having a work BBQ...HELP!

    What about bringing a box full of jacket potatoes baked in silver foil that can be heated up in the bbq ashes?
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    Re: Vegan marshmallows sale

    :amazed_ani: You have time to read the bottom of the bag before you've swallowed the lot?? What are you made of, woman - iron? Stone? :tongue_ani:
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    Re: What would become of domesticated animals...?

    Hi mollylaurel - Welcome. My own perspective is that the "long-term consequences of promoting such practices" would be a gradual reduction in number of animals who are artificially bred to be...
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    Re: Vegan Brighton (2)

    She doesn't serve the cakes, though! He won't have to make small talk with her or anything!

    Mr Rose and I are planning to be in Brighton for a few days towards the end of the Festival - anyone...
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    Re: Vegan marshmallows sale

    There's a use by date?
  29. Re: Jo Stepaniak on selecting foods that best sustain the Earth/animals/ourselve

    You're entitled to your view, of course, but I can't agree that other species would choose veganism even if it were to kill them. That just seems like romanticism or extreme anthropomorphism to me. ...
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    Re: Somerfield Bourbon biscuits?

    Erm... what a bizarrely overly specific definition. I mean, you could say exactly the same about pepper, chilli or my grandma's lavendar talc. I've never had an upper respiratory tract difficulty...
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    Re: swedish glace

    And that, bryzee, is why you're bloody lucky Jo married you!
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    Re: Kievs

    Hmmm - I wonder if it would work with frozen veggie mince just with something to bind it together? Ingenious freezing technique, btw, Pob.
  33. Thread: Festivals!

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    Re: Festivals!

    We're toying with going to Larmer Tree, but might go to Holland for a few days instead.
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    Re: swedish glace

    And that, beanstew, is why I am a little bit in love with you...
  35. Thread: Kievs

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    Re: Kievs

    It's a dry packet mix for veggie sausages. Mostly tvp, breadcrumbs and salt, as far as I can taste (I think the way it tastes could more accurately be described as old soxmix...). But in the old...
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    Re: What do you feed your animals?

    Hi Veg-lisa -

    There is a whole subforum dedicated to companion animals, you'll be pleased to know. If you select that area as one you want to participate in, you'll see hundreds of threads...
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    Re: Vegan Sheffield

    Wow! Loads of choice! Thanks, derwenna. I love Lebanese food, so I'll check that out first - and we're going to be at the Hilton hotel, so Glossop Road is (I think) quite handy.
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    Re: Vegan marshmallows sale

    20 bags of vegan marshmallows at a vegan fayre... that'll take her all of about 10 minutes to sell!
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    Re: Hitting A Wall?

    My suggestions for an Indian feast:
    Onion bhajis with mango chutney
    Brindal bhaji
    Bombay potato
    Chana massala
    Dhal tarka (double check no ghee in the tarka)
    Mushroom rice

    Personally, I...
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    Re: Hitting A Wall?

    Get a takeaway. Indian, Chinese whatever. Get someone else to cook for you. Go to a vegetarian restaurant or cafe.

    You can't live on bread and fruit - you need to eat a healthy diet if you want...
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