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    Re: Alpro soya products

    We're trying the new almond and hazelnut milk at the moment. So far the almond one is really nice, especially in tea. I might even prefer it to soy. My fiancé loves their chocolate soy milk more than...
  2. Re: London Vegan Festival: Sunday 21st August 2011

    Oooh interesting! I will have to see if the boy and I can go.
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    Re: Viva's mini guide to a veggie Christmas

    I have never found a vegan cheesecake I like, they are either "rubbery" or have a weird after taste T_T
  4. Re: Hey there, former vegan gone back to veganism (finally)!

    Hi, welcome!

    I just wanted to say that surely if there are three people then the fridge/freezer should be divided into three? That's what we always did when I lived in shared housing. We would...
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    Re: Favorite vegan entree to make for meat eaters?

    Oh also tapas are always a nice idea for anything because it gives people the chance to try lots of little things rather than being faced by one big meal. That way if you don't like something you...
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    Re: yorkshire vegans

    I don't live in Yorkshire, just go up to visit family every so often. But if you're anywhere near York I strongly suggest going to El Piano, it's all vegan tapaps and DELICIOUS!! The staff are lovely...
  7. Thread: Dog kicking!

    by Mollfie
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    Re: Dog kicking!

    Staffies are gorgeous dogs, very intelligent and love people.

    Of course they will bite and even kill other animals, same as any dog, if they are not trained properly. They were originally bred to...
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    Re: Any other home-educating families out there?

    I was homeschooled for a year and a half when I was ten (so I was homeschool for the final year of primary school and first year of secondary school). I loved it. It's my fondest school memory. My...
  9. Thread: Road kill

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    Re: Road kill

    This is yet another reason why my boyfriend and I don't want to drive. I know that if I ever hit an animal I would be so upset by it I'd fall apart.
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    Re: Soya milk for men

    It takes me aaaages to get through a litre of soy milk. It usually goes off before I finish it T__T;
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    Re: Soya milk for men

    My boyfriend loves soy milk, tofu etc. His mum tells him it's bad for him, his view is that asian men, and others, has been consuming soy for years and they all seem perfectly fine. Aslong as you...
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    Re: Muller's 'Thank You Cows' campaign

    I corrected it.

    "We considered the incorrect depiction of a dairy cow was likely to be seen as a distortion and mockery of the true circumstances. We concluded that to use such an image in a...
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    Re: Tricks To Staying Vegan?

    ^I get that at work too. People will bring in brownies and things which I can't eat, and neither can a co-worker of mine because she's allergic to dairy. So we bake each other cakes.
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    Re: Vegan Diet Reverses Eczema

    Veganism has made my eczema a little better. I have dyshidrotic eczema, don't google image it they look far far worse than mine. It doesn't come up on my hands anymore but I still get it on my feet....
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    Re: Tricks To Staying Vegan?

    Meat, dairy (bottled milk, cheese etc) and eggs all revolt me just looking at them in the store. But chocolate biscuits etc don't because it doesn't look like the thing in it. Plus not all have dairy...
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    Re: Tofu at wagamama

    That's really interesting, I may have to try boiling it next time I have some. Is it a boil in the bag method or boil it in the pan like vegetables?
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    Re: Lady Gaga's "meat bikini"

    It's not original, this was already done on America's Next Top Model.
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    Re: Tofu at wagamama

    I'm always eating at Wagamama! They are very vegan friendly, always happy to take things out if you want them to and always happy to tell you whats in dishes if you're not sure (thought it's all...
  19. Poll: Re: Do you rely on processed foods or ready meals as part of your vegan diet?

    I mostly make things myself, but I have soy mince, burgers and fish fingers in the fridge for when I'm being lazy and for my boyfriend because he's veggie but likes to have vegan alternatives as much...
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    Re: Tricks To Staying Vegan?

    ^ agreed. Remind yourself why your doing this.

    I occasionally think "I would love to eat that cheesecake/chocolate bar/cheesy bake" etc but I know I won't, because even just looking at non-vegan...
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    Re: If you accidentally buy non-vegan food

    Exactly! Very annoying as it was very yummy. My boyfriend's really dissapointed as he's been veggie for a while and doing really well, but he's happier now he's realised we can make it ourselves! It...
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    Re: If you accidentally buy non-vegan food

    There is often egg in posh sorbet too.

    I accidentally drank non-vegan cider yesterday (it had gelitine in =X) but I'm not getting my panties in a bunch over it. It didn't say anything anywhere...
  23. Thread: Margate

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    Re: Margate

    Surely you could just call up and ask before hand? They might take things out if they don't have any vegan options. Usually works for me.
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    Re: The best vegan - milklike - chocolate

    I HATE the dairy free buttons in the Sainburys here, if they're the same ones they taste like play-doh.

    I like the freefrom chocolate.
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    Re: New irn bru advert :O/

    I was thinking the same Sandra, I know it would confuse and upset my niece and it would have upset me as a child.
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    Re: New irn bru advert :O/

    Email them, they've had ads banned before I think lol. I sometimes wonder about the people who work in ad agencies, what goes on in their head that they don't think people people object to this?
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    Re: Favorite vegan entree to make for meat eaters?

    Vegan Shepherds Pie, like normal shepherds pie but with soy mince. I add in gravy/stock and vegan worcester sauce to make it yummier (soy mince is a bit bland otherwise) and give it a kick. Lots of...
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    Re: Not shopping in supermarkets

    You can order boxes of organic veg to be delivered to your house, greengrocers often do it but there's also a few online that do it too.
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    Re: Viva Vegan! by Terry Hope Romero

    This looks so good! Next time I have some money spare I'll have to nab myself a copy.
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    Re: Muller's 'Thank You Cows' campaign

    ^ that's weird
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    Re: Muller 'Thank you cows' advert

    ^ that one creeps me out and annoys me too. And this Muller one.
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    Re: Do you think animals can tell?

    Animals have always done that with me even when I did eat meat etc. So I don't know, maybe it's more that your attitude has changed?
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    Re: UN urges global veganism

    Small step in the right direction, hopefully with time people will sit up and pay attention.
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    Re: Muller's 'Thank You Cows' compaign

    This and the anchor advert makes me really annoyed, I actually change channel when it comes one now.
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    Re: suffering in the wild

    Thank you <3



    Very true.
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    Re: A no fail cake or brownie recipe!!!

    Cake


    2 2/3 cups of flour
    3 tsp baking soda
    ¾ tsp salt
    ¾ cup of marg
    2 cups sugar
    3 eggs worth of replacer
    ½ tsp vanilla
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    Re: New cauldron packaging and size

    ^ I'm thinking it'll be good for scramble, so it's not all bad lol.

    Would freezing it make it firm up a bit?
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    Re: New cauldron packaging and size

    They're the only tofu I can get, without having to travel to specialised shops which is annoying. I don't like the new tofu though, bigger pack but the lot I had last night wasn't very firm and...
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    Re: suffering in the wild

    Nature isn't cruel, it's nature, it has no concept of cruel. Cruelty is a man-made concept. Nature is life, and that's just how life is. What do you propose we do?
  40. Thread: Animal Eyes

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    Re: Animal Eyes

    ^ why?

    I love them all, especially how the gorilla has very human eyes <3
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