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  1. Re: Election in the UK - make your vote count for animals

    Heh! Cool find, MD :)

    My smug-faced fat-assed Harry Enfield 'Tory Boy' lookalike Conservative candidate is in favour of badger culling and wants hunting re-legalised.

    No surprises there.
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    Re: Fish: health benefits?

    "Parodying omni-think" would be a kinder term?

    Apologies Lucy, wasn't having a pop at you.

    Was just having a pop at the part of omni-think that likes to turn the food chain upside down and...
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    Re: Fish: health benefits?

    Okey dokey, I'll say it more clearly m'dearie :)

    Land plants evolved, survived and thrived for billions of years without people feeding them fish.

    Land plants still survive and thrive in many...
  4. Re: warrior blend supplement / complete amino acids / new vegan, or nearly vegan

    I'm thinking "WTF are you thinking????" right now, CD.

    I mean, like, why do you not just eat food?
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    Re: Fish: health benefits?

    Fish is absolutely essential for plant growth. Yes

    That is why plants couldn't grow on dry land untill after fish fertiliser using humans had evolved.

    Other possibilities include:

    1. Fish...
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    Sticky: Re: Health arguments against dairy products

    From that Independent article ...



    I don't remember the China Study ever specificaly identifying/isolating dairy as the problem.

    I just remember it identifying animal protein which I...
  7. Re: "Vitamin B12: The Achilles' Heel of Vegan Diets"

    Me too.

    I'd go just one step further though ...

    I'd maintain that we have an obligation to be vegan.

    Veganism being something of a counter balance to some of the many other totaly unnatural...
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    Re: supplements

    Hello HGB :)

    I'm not much into supplements myself but I would imagine that rotating through a few different brands would have some wisdom to it.

    Mainly thinking that one persons needs may not...
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    Re: Weight loss issue on vegan diet

    I'm 5'9" and weigh in at 168lb so I'm kinda 'trim' rather than 'thin'.

    My diet is, and always has been, entirely veganised versions of omni classics.

    I have mince with onions and mashed...
  10. Re: Hi. New guy here. How do I get rid of hanging skin?

    Hello Ian :)

    My understanding is that hanging skin is caused by losing body fat faster than the skin can adjust to the new body shape.

    The only way not to develop hanging skin being not to lose...
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    Re: Indian Restaurant! Need some help :(

    Yah, as Harpy said ...

    Paneer cheese, butter ghee and yoghurt used in naan bread are the main things you need to watch out for.
  12. Thread: Pizza Hut

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    Re: Pizza Hut

    An easy to cook at home vegan 'pizza' for anyone who cares to try ...

    Heat a French stick, baguette, ciabatta loaf or similar in the oven untill it's toasty on the outside and warm all the way...
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    Poll: Re: More / less energy on a vegan diet?

    I've been back in MA training for about 6 months now ...

    Hard to compare my own pre-vegan energy/strength/endurance levels with my post-vegan levels as I have to take an additional 20 years of...
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    Re: Am i not 100% committed?

    On the subject of food which should be vegan but turns out to be unnecessarily contaminated ...

    My son reacts badly to any product that wastes his time and causes him disappointment.

    He has a...
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    Re: Am i not 100% committed?

    Panic ye not, Clouddog!

    Avoiding all things non-vegan is incredibly hard.

    Just keep practising diligence in checking stuff out and you'll get better and better at spotting the non-vegan stuff...
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    Re: Veggies are no better than omnis really

    You have a refreshing honesty Farrview. I like that :)

    You've also hit a major benefit of going in hard right on the head there.

    It is a fast and effective way of getting the 'I already know...
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    Re: Veggies are no better than omnis really

    There's kindness combined with great wisdom there, Farrview. (I'd give you an 'I'm not worthy' smilie here but we don't seem to have one).

    Just for chit-chat allow me a little ramble that leads to...
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    Re: Veggies are no better than omnis really

    I find abuse to be a marvelous conversation starter with omnis/vegetarians. Works a bit like this ..

    1. Abuse omni/vegetarian.

    2. Omni/vegetarian temporarily feels empathic with abused more so...
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    Re: Veggies are no better than omnis really

    Aye, it is vegetarians who 'licence' products of cruelty as being acceptable to the market 'meat-free' convenience foods too.

    I would go as far as to say that in that way they are more of an...
  20. Thread: Sentience

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    Re: Sentience

    According to Gitster's Concise Dikshunry ...

    Sentience: 1. A quality you can be sure you have if you don't want to be something else's dinner.
    2. A quality you can be sure that...
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    Re: What would be the perfect juicer?

    My ideal juicer would need to have the following features ...

    1. Anticipates which fruit I want juiced and grows it itself.

    2. Self cleans and/or composts it's own waste with zero intervention...
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    Re: If you accidentally buy non-vegan food

    Yah, me too.

    "Made in a factory that also produces ..." kinda warnings, meh!

    Like, how often do we eat in homes/restaurants that also produces?
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast?

    5 cups of freshly brewed strong coffee and a cigarette with each.

    Should I die young then I would like it noted for the record that something in the local water supply was all there is to blame.
  24. Re: "Security hole" fixed - Veganforum is again McAfee-approved!

    Fried rice with no egg and a portion of Szechuan tofu please!

    By which I mean I wanted to contribute something to this topic but that's the only Chinese I speak.

    By which I mean I didn't...
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    Re: ASTONISHing Aldi!

    I really must check my local Aldi out.
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    Re: Where shall I go?

    Heh! Risker!

    Right matey, to meet your joint criteria of not having to do a karate lesson and to get food at the veggie restaurant it needs to be a Thursday that you visit.

    Any Thursday from...
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    Re: Where shall I go?

    Cool!

    Looks like she who must be obeyed is in on the plan too :)

    I'll get clear of my busy period, Risker, then drop you a PM.
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    Re: Where shall I go?

    If you don't mind risking a night in an unhygeinic sh*t-hole (pretty much, seriously) you'd be welcome to mine for a tour of Milton Keynes, Risker.

    Other risks, which obviously, being a Risker,...
  29. Re: Doctor says that I NEED to have some animal protein in my diet

    'Lo Beany, Sorry to hear you've been suffering and getting unhelpfull advice.

    The problem with omni-medics is that they, like all omnis, ultimately fall back on the 'necessity myth'.

    That being...
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    Re: Greasy Spoon Near Hyde Park

    It's Mayfair, you'll find yourself in Frosty ...

    The local greasy spoon is called 'Selfridges'.

    If you want to slum it you'll have to wander down the road to Knightsbridge and ask for a place...
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    Re: Zoo and Aquarium Jobs

    To the question "Do you get grief (over working in a Zoo) from militant vegans about it?"

    Yes, that's a "No".

    I do think that correctly motivated Zoo's could do more good (short term) than...
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    Re: Zoo and Aquarium Jobs

    A vegan wanting to work at an animal prison is a bit like an Amnesty International activist wanting to work at Guatama Bay.

    In the same way a person who wants Pate de Foie Gras may complain about...
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    Sticky: Poll: Re: B12 deficiency: case stories wanted

    A recent blood test showed me with low, on the 'not a problem unless it drops further' side, B12.

    That's after 12 years as a vegan. I do smoke quite heavily, drink alcohol moderately and get...
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    Re: Work event at racecourse

    Sympathetic to your quandary there, Henry ..

    If it were me I would take the 'impossible to stay squeaky clean in a very dirt world' line on something like that.

    Have you checked out what the...
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    Re: How common is osteoporosis in vegans?

    Admirable and inspirational, Robin :)
  36. Re: "Pizza" cake, I need an alternative idea for white chocolate "cheese"...

    http://www.veganbaking.net/recipes/confections/candy/white-chocolate
  37. Re: Question for my fellow health freaks....

    Might be because, in omni-land, there are only 6 vegetables.

    4 of those are peas and the other 2 are carrots.
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    Sticky: Re: Concerning Eggs

    There is a further reason why vegans don't eat eggs, Kalikyo.

    Enough eggs for all is NOT ethicaly/moraly/whateverly sustainable.

    Eggs for me but no eggs for you is a double standard. One rule...
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    Re: Best dairy-free milk to go with tea?

    Indeedy!

    Almond milk is lactated from the silky soft breasts of virgin Angels.

    Quite frankly I'm amazed that they don't have to declare that on the list of ingredients.

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  40. Re: "No Lie Can Live Forever: Predicting a Vegan America by 2050"

    That chafes my britches too, Dingo.

    It's not just greenhouse emissions the benefits of veganism are ignored over either. A whole pile of other 'greenie' hot potatoes (deforestation,...
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