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  1. Re: looking for partner or to meet new veggie vegan people?

    Haha, you crack me up Stu!

    We seem to be getting a lot of these 1 post promoters at the moment
  2. Thread: Adez / Unilever

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    Re: Adez / Unilever

    There is a topic about mainstreaming and boycotting in the forum already :-) Lots on this x
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    Re: Cheap Foods

    What Vegan food isnt cheap?

    My advice would be: Get yourself a cheap vegetable steamer; it is the best purchase you will ever make. Then buy lots of fresh veg, carrots, peas, potatoes, you know...
  4. Re: Tesco & Sainsbury's start 'fake' organic box schemes

    Yeah I read about this in the paper a few weeks ago. I think it is an absolute joke. If I remember correctly, none of the supermarkets were going to source locally, which is one of the main reasons...
  5. Re: Looking for accommodation in London

    Fantastic! I will be near London Euston, so its not too far away. I will PM you nearer the time to sort it out and make sure its still cool :)
  6. Re: Cheeky Question - Londoners

    Haha! Cheers, nice one. Not sure if it will be just me or whether my friend will come too. Where abouts in London are you? In fact, I will just PM you. Thanks again!
  7. Re: Cheeky Question - Londoners

    Haha, its my 18th birthday that day too!

    Would we honestly be able to come. I mean, I know its kinda rude to just ask random people if I can stay at their house lol!
  8. Cheeky Question - Londoners

    On August 26th I am going to a Viva school speakers workshop in London. I wanted to stay overnight and get the train home the next day but have had trouble finding a hotel. I was just wondering if...
  9. Thread: Bodybuilding

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    Re: Bodybuilding

    There is the vegan bodybuilding forum: http://www.veganbodybuilding.com/phpBB2/

    and the Vegan Fitness forum http://www.veganfitness.net, which has a bodybuilding section :-)
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    Re: Renewable vs non renewable sources

    Hey there...

    The first thing I will say is that your Vegan friend seems a little misguided in throwing away his old clothes. I know of no Vegans who would say that wearing their old leather...
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    Naturally Beautiful...

    ...is the name of the latest campaign by the dairy industry. Has anyone seen the TV advert? It is a spoof of hair and make-up adverts in which 3 models rub and bathe themselves with dairy products.
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    Re: Favourite sandwich filling/bread spread?

    Almond butter! Yum
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    Re: anorexia / interested in becoming a vegan

    Congrats on your progress btw; it seems like you are overcoming your fear of food, which is fantastic!

    All the best x
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    Re: anorexia / interested in becoming a vegan

    Restrictive?! Most people who switch to a Vegan diet discover a whole range of nutritious, healthy foods that they never even knew existed? Cutting out animals doesn't = restrictive!
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    Re: Butterbeans!

    Yeah, butterbeans are whit, similar shape to kidney beans, but bigger and flatter. They are lovely. Beans all taste the same when you first start eating them, but then they begin to have their own...
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    Re: Veganforum meetup @ Bristol Vegan Fayre 2006

    Haha, nice work kenetic! Loving those pictures. Were they Vegans?
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    Re: B12 occurs naturally in rainwater?

    Probably true, but I wouldn't want to drink rain water - all that pollution.

    Also, it is thought (another article in this sub-forum) that Nitrous Oxide in car fumes kill of B12, so it may be that...
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    Re: Weight training & diet advice needed.

    Crap - I just wrote a long post and then lost it!

    Basically, go to www.veganfitness.net - because they have lots of experienced vegan sports people and bodybuilders on there.

    Also - anywhere...
  19. Thread: Too much soy?

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    Re: Too much soy?

    Hey there,

    When I went Vegan just over a year ago I thought that I was going to live on nothing but Tofu! How I have changed! I would think that too much of anyone food is bad, and on the basis of...
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    Re: Need Help with Thai Crystal Roll On

    Yeah, just like a stone - you wet it and then rub it on. Same kinda thing, the salt dissolves onto your armpits and kills bacteria. They last forever!
  21. Re: Mississippi leads the nation in obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease

    The 'Poverty Level', I would imagine, includes a number of factors other than money? If this is the case then it probably has something to do with lack of education
  22. Thread: Human Faeces

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    Human Faeces

    I have read somewhere that a community of Indian Vegans got sufficient B12 by growing their crops in human manure and haphazardly washing them. This may sound disgusting, but no more so than cow...
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    Re: Need Help with Thai Crystal Roll On

    Oh, I only just realised you wern't talking about the deodrant stones, nvm!
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    Re: Need Help with Thai Crystal Roll On

    Oh yeah, that happens all the time to me! Likewise, I go to the gym nearly every day. The whole idea is that the salt dissolves off the stick, so I am guessing running under water of any temperature...
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    Re: Activism targeting children

    I have a leaflet on my noticeboard upstairs which is very much what you describe moon shadow. Cartoon drawings of animals, and information, written in simple language, about how animals can feel like...
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    Re: Veganforum meetup @ Bristol Vegan Fayre 2006

    Where and when is everybody meeting again? I can't find it!
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    Re: UK laws on E-number labelling

    Hmmm, good question. E160 goes from a-f and is a colour. I think A is beta-caretone, c is paprika red colour.... But I'm not sure if the companies have to provide which variant of an E number it is....
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    Re: Animals and Veganism in Children's Literature

    And what a beautiful happy child your daughter appears to be :-)
  29. Re: simplest and most nutritious raw vegan daily diet?

    Not that I am an expert, but I believe that Raw Foodists eat plenty of fruit, nuts, seeds, and often smoothies and juices (?).

    The best place to start are the major nutrients; Protein requirements...
  30. Thread: Agave nectar??

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    Re: Agave nectar??

    Ah, thank you very much :)
  31. Thread: Agave nectar??

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    Re: Agave nectar??

    You can mash 1 medium banana to replace 1 egg. Or there is a brand called AllergyCare which make egg replacer, Vegan Society trademarked too :-)

    What is agave nextar made from? Agave plants at a...
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    Re: Newbie - PZ Cussons

    Also, you may want to get a copy of the Vegan Society's 'Animal Free Shopper'. That lists cosmetics too :)
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    Re: Newbie - PZ Cussons

    Hello there and welcome :-)

    It is very confusing, and sometimes you don't know who to trust. Original Source actually carries the Vegan Society trademark, so that is definately free of all animal...
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    Sticky: Re: I don't understand

    Hey there Jeff.

    Basically, Vegans don't eat any animal products for moral reasons. Every single part of the animal products industry represents extreme suffering to the animals and a wastefullness...
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    Re: Need help w/angry pediatrician

    Hey Kaitlin,

    I'm 17 and just went Vegan a year ago, I can honestly say that it is the best choice I ever made! I too got a little worried about all the negative feedback I got, but I can honestly...
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    Re: Animals and Veganism in Children's Literature

    I could rant all day about the indoctrination that I believe is forced upon children by their entertainment, in all its forms.

    There always appears to be two types of portrayal of animals in...
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    Re: Seriously Thinking about Becoming a Vegan

    Oh, as for how and when to make the transition, everybody is different! Its a big change.

    When I became Vegan I did it very quicly. Within a week, I had found out what Veganism was, researched it...
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    Re: Seriously Thinking about Becoming a Vegan

    Hello there Sabrina.

    Pasta is Vegan if it is 100% wheat pasta, only egg pasta is not Vegan. I could never tell the difference between the two and there are plenty of pastas out there with no egg...
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    Re: anorexia / interested in becoming a vegan

    Like Korn, I don't have experience of an eating disorder as such. When I became depressed a couple of years ago I lost a lot of weight and ate very little. I became Vegan just as I was beating...
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    Re: Too little salt?

    Thanks for starting this topic; I've always wondered what we actually need salt for!
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