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    Re: dr says feed ds meat twice a week!

    I assume some people do give their kids vitamins, since there are chewable ones in dinosaur shapes! I'd find someone to give you a second opinion, if you don't trust your own judgement on what's...
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    Re: Boots vegan sandwich

    I'm not surprised. Their big selling point was that they were organic, and I'm sure they were mostly or all organic ingredients to begin with. Last time I bought one I noticed that the bread was...
  3. Thread: Toiletries

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    Re: Recommendations - toileties

    Have you tried the Lush deodorants? They are solid. Take a bit of getting used to, but I had one a few years ago that had a really nice perfume.

    Superdrug do a whitenening sensitive toothpaste....
  4. Re: Vegan Policy at Brock University Sociology Department

    Wow, what a great sounding department. You'd be best off contacting them directly to check though.
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    Re: crumbly cake !!!

    I disagree! There are thousands of vegan recipes that have now been tried and tested too. If you're going to make a vegan cake try looking for a recipe someone has spent time and effort testing for...
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    Re: Hungry and full at the same time... Help!

    First, I'd up the protein. Have less brown rice, more tempeh. Then I'd add more variety to your meal. Have small piles of different things (maybe add in a samosa and some pickles, so you've got 5...
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    Re: Vegan Box by Brendan Brazier

    Oh, I'm a sucker for surprise boxes! I'm in the UK so won't be able to participate, but I hope you get some good stuff :)
  8. Thread: Tesco

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    Re: Tesco

    Waitrose are selling the chocolate and plain almond breeze for 1 a carton. Doesn't say it's a special offer or new but I don't go very often (like every 3 months) and yesterday was the first time...
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    Re: Occasional slips and ongoing food cravings

    Haha, thanks for making me laugh out loud! :)
  10. Re: suggestions for goodies to be made for non-veggies?

    Sounds like you need something snacky and not too messy. What about spicy baked chickpeas? Disclaimer: I've not actually tried this recipe, but it's an example of something that looks pretty easy to...
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    Re: Engevita storage question

    I say go with the use-by date. They don't have any instructions like "use within x of opening" on the tub and I've never had a problem with using them after the tub has been open for ages. Unless you...
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    Re: Creative ways to use hemp milk?

    How about something like a green smoothie with ginger in? those would be pretty strong masking flavours.
  13. Re: Win 3 amazing premium 'free from' sauces suitable to Vegans!

    What country's residents are you aiming this at? Will the sauces be manufactured in a professional factory?

    I don't buy premium sauces, so I can't answer the "what are your criteria when...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    B: Hazelnut hot chocolate, which I made from boiling water, 2 hazelnut truffle things from Carluccios (my friend got me a giant jar and crazy as it may seem I started struggling to get through them),...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    Hehe, best reason for editing! All sounds yummy too.
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    Re: Vegan online stores

    Glad you got your money back eventually! Did they tell your friend why they'd behaved so badly though?
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    Hmm, maybe there were lots of green festivals on that day, I'm just wondering if it was the one near me though? Green Light at de Montfort Uni?
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    I recently got a Vitamix (and now seemingly can't shut up about it! :D) so my meals in the past few days have been quite based on that.

    B: Banana, orange, blueberry and almond milk smoothie.
    S:...
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    Re: New range at Tesco

    My veggie mum, who normally hates soya products and avoids them if at all possible, had second helpings of the garlic and herb spread! And my dad liked the plain spread.

    I wasn't too keen on the...
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    Re: Do some vegans use animal products?

    I would never buy anything with honey or beeswax myself, but once when it was someone's birthday and they had bought cakes in for everyone (as is tradition around here) and they'd scoured the shops...
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    Re: Genetically modified wheat that repels aphids grown by British scientists

    Aw, I was enjoying reading that until I came to this bit "The pheromone is too mild to be smelled by humans and has the added benefit of attracting a tiny breed of parasitic wasp which reduces the...
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    Re: Pernicious Anaemia

    Yeah. You could always send people to the BBC health website, which sums it up like this: "Pernicious anaemia develops when the body becomes unable to absorb vitamin B12 properly from food. Normally...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    Ooh, sorry for the delay in replying. I am afraid I don't have a recipe, it was basically a load of fried veggies (onions, mushrooms, carrots etc.) with smoked paprika, garlic, chipotle paste (from...
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    Re: What easter egg did you get recieve?

    Aww, this is sad! Maybe we should do an Easter swap or something!
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    Poll: Re: Favorite vegan milk alternatives

    I'd originally chosen the "I don't feel a need to replace..." option, but the new alpro almond and hazelnut milks are actually nice enough to drink on their own (which I never felt with cow's milk!)....
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    Hehe, blueberry gravy muffins :D

    had to go to training, no time for breakfast as an early start (for me 8.45 IS and early start, especially as it was 5 whole minutes further away than work!) so......
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    Re: Your winning dish

    It depends what sort of things they like but I try to include roast potatoes where possible :)
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    B: toast, vitalite and yeast extract

    L: made my own noodles! Just had them with some olive oil and nooch, and some frozen peas.

    D: Yummy soup. Split pea, basil and cauliflower, really nice...
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    Re: New range at Tesco

    Ah, that's good news, Firestorm. I'd like to try the spread. I hope some of the stores around here will get it as well.
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    Re: New range at Tesco

    Me too. I can't believe not a single Leicester store is stocking them :(
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    Hey Firestorm! I don't know if it's the same in other stores but the Co-op here are doing luxury 400-something gram Christmas puds for about 63p at the moment. Not marked as reduced, just on the...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    I was making a quick veg mix (onion, peas, carrots, bit of stock and tomato puree) to go with my mashed potato and decided to add in some almond butter - made it all taste very rich and creamy, like...
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    Re: any ideas for low calorie dips?

    I like the tofu-based Sanctuary dressing in Appetite for Reduction and there's a similar recipe available on the Post Punk Kitchen website here: http://www.theppk.com/2011/05/sanctuary-dip/
  34. Re: Tofu vs meat? Need a little help from experienced people

    Does it have a specific amount and type of meat in the diet? Different types will have different amounts of protein. And is there a specific reason you want to replace with tofu? Otherwise you could...
  35. Re: Can anyone help me by doing my survey relating to recipe websites?

    done :)
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    Re: Triple Chocolate Muffins

    Yes, and yes, although rapeseed oil is a better choice in terms of omega 3 to 6 ratio, if that bothers you.
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    Re: Insomnia anyone?

    It did seem to make be drowsy and nod off fairly quickly, yes (could be because I'd had to get up early in the morning as well though).
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    Re: Insomnia anyone?

    I don't know if it works yet as I've only just finished it, but Clipper make easily the best-tasting herbal sleepy tea thing I've tried. More info here:...
  39. Re: Non-soya based quick kids meals - to share with omni friends? (UK)

    Oh I see.

    This isn't really convenience food but risotto seems to be a good option for picky eaters (at least it's what I feed my friend who is very fussy when she comes to visit).

    If you're...
  40. Thread: Marshmallows

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    Re: Marshmallows

    I've had Sweet Vegan marshmallows before. They're pretty good. You used to be able to get mis-shapes from them on e-bay if you did a search for vegan marshmallows, however most of the results now see...
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