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    Re: Let's get fit and healthy together (3)

    30mins on the treadmill sounds amazing. well done!

    i'm doing badly. i was going to go to the health disco tonight but fell asleep after work. oops! but i did eat a bread roll instead of the...
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    Re: Where do I find a vegan lodger?

    OH WOW. ishould learn to use my eyes. sorry!

    and Bladock is a wee bit far for me I'm afraid. but thanks anyway!
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    Re: Where do I find a vegan lodger?

    I'm half looking for a place to stay in London as my house is falling apart. I keep finding things that fall through (not literally). Money is pretty tight for me at the mo, but PM if anyone has a...
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    Re: need partners for healthy weight loss

    i've got 9-10lbs to lose. mainly off my thighs. i don't even know where to start. i started doing lots more exercise over the last few weeks, but then i go home and comfort eat. oops. ahhh... i...
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    Re: Mrs Crimbles Dutch Apple cake

    My boss bought me this for my birthday a long with Mrs Crimbles ginger cake which I personally prefer. They are slightly dry but if you warm them up (with a splash of water for moisture) and add...
  6. Thread: Vegan Paris

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    Re: Vegan Paris

    i'm off to Paris in April so I'm already doing my homework! I'd be interested in hearing from anyone else who has been recently. I'm staying with a French friend who has recently turned vegetarian...
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    Re: Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World

    mmmmm they look amazing!

    i made some tiramisu cakes last week for my birthday. a colleague at work loved them so much she bought the book! yay!
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    Re: Tesco wants our vegan feedback!

    ij'm very late to this thread but i will be posting an email to tesco tomorrow.

    i tend to shop in sainsbury's morrisons and waitrose when i need to buuy lots and tescos just for a few bits and...
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    Re: Christmas dinner

    i'm having christmas dinner on my own this year. I went to Saf on Friday with a friend for an early dinner but was VERY disappointed to get there and be told all the christmas main courses were off...
  10. Thread: Festivals!

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    Re: Festivals!

    yay! field day tomorrow woooooo!
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    Re: Afternoon tea in London

    yay that looks amazing! i *really* wanna go
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    Re: Can you pass the UK citizenship test?

    i failed, i got 10 out of 24.
  13. Thread: Seaweed? Vegan?

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    Re: Seaweed? Vegan?

    i'm eating home made sushi right now! my nori seaweed is vegan :)
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    Re: Woman Gets Hug, Kiss From Lion

    Korn - that video made me cry! Its so appalling wild animals were ever for sale as pets but i'm so pleased Christian had a happy ending
  15. Thread: Sudden hunger?

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    Re: Sudden hunger?

    yeah i still get that 5 years later! it might be because the food i eat now is digested more quickly - whereas meat hangs aroudn your gut for days. I find having lots of small snacks like fruit,...
  16. Thread: Hay fever

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    Re: HayFever

    its a steroid not sure if its also anti-histamine and i've thrown out the packet. it orks better than anything else i've ever tried but i still feel pretty rotten - like having a massive hangover...
  17. Thread: Hay fever

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    Re: HayFever

    hayfever makes me very very sick and every year it gets worse. so far i have tried conventionl drug treatment (loratadine and cetrizine tablets) eye drops, nasal decongestants, steroids, herbal...
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    Re: J D Wetherspoon Pubs

    my mum dragged me into a wetherspoons today just to show me the menu and say "look now there's a vegan option!" i would have been more impressed if she bought me a pint while we were at it!
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    Re: Belgian city plans 'veggie' days

    almost everything in the Tory Times gets on my bloody nerves. Yay for Ghent!
  20. Re: Saf - the first gourmet vegan restaurant in London

    I went there with a raw friend last week and it was so beautiful! i had four courses so that i could incorporate cheese. it did come to about 60 but you know what, worth every penny. the protions...
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    Re: People commenting about your weight

    well i find the next time you see that person and saying "ooh aren't you lucky being fat?" "my don't you fill that dress out well" and "you must tell me how you manage to keep so big when i find it...
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    Re: Innocent Sell Out

    i'm shocked and really saddened. i genuinely loved Innocent smoothies and they're salad pots are quite scrummy too. :(
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    Re: Easter eggs

    I bought some mini-Divine (the fairtrade eggs) dark chocolate eggs to give to children this year. They "contain traces of milk" which will never cease to confuse me. And for myself (because noone...
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    Re: Brighton Vegan Fayre

    i wish i had gone but i was too ill :( stayed at home eatign sorbet and tofutti instead. ahhh maybe i will get over to the brostol fayre instead.

    glad everyone else had fun1
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    The Vegan CupCakes Take over the World book has some easy peasy recipes and a lot of them involve cheap ingredients. you don't have to go in for all the fancy topics but instead give them a quick...
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    Re: Toasted sandwhich fillings

    hmmmm you're maiing me hungry!

    i don't have a sandwich toaster though... perhaps i will look into it
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    Re: Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World

    i just made the mint and choc cupcakes on a fat free stylee. i had just popped them in the oven when i realised i hadn't put the oil in ooops. i baked them anyway and you know they came out...
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    Re: Being vegan in the Canary Islands

    sorry to revive a thread that is years old. i've just had a week in tenerife with my omni mum. it was pretty awful to be honest. this is mainly because i don't get on with my mum at all so not...
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    Re: Brighton Vegan Fayre

    i'm really looking forward to this. my friend's band are playing in the evening (not part of the festival) so i'm gonna make it a wekeend of it. yay!
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    Re: Afternoon tea in London

    Thats a good response. Hope you have a nice time
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    Re: Being a Fairtrade British vegan

    I try to buy fairtrade whenever i can but sometimes i find things aren't always available, then i have a dilemma. for example i eat rice at least five days a week. if sainsbury's don't have...
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    Re: Skinny Vegan children?

    i'm going to say exactly the same thing.

    There is of course natural variation between children.

    i would imagine that omni children are just fat.

    the national average has gone up over the...
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    Re: vegan food in hospitals?

    oh she wasn't treating me. i shared an office with her. i think she was being genuinely rude and ignorant. which amazed me as many of the children we worked with needed specially adapted diets to...
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    Re: Afternoon tea in London

    i would abslutely love to go back in a vegan posse and get some good cake! we need to book about three months in advance and we would need to pay in advance too.

    i would also love to check out...
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    Re: vegan food in hospitals?

    wow thats excellent. which hospital was that?
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    Re: Afternoon tea in London

    forty quid. each. the most expensive over-stewed cup of tea i have ever had!

    if it wasn't a special occasion i would have made more of a fuss. but as was i just grinned and looked at the...
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    Re: vegan food in hospitals?

    can't see it catching on. i was asked by an nhs dietician where i got my protein from. if she didn't know what chance is there of the kitchen staff being able to provide healthy well balanced...
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    Re: Afternoon tea in London

    just a word of warnign about the ritz ... i took my mum there for her birthday two years ago and had the same response of 'yes we can accommodate you'. I said at the time of booking i was vegan. i...
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    Re: Debenhams style cafe warning

    dear god, i would argue. i would be livid. this happened to me in spain and it worse cos my spanish is terrible and they were quite under the impression that fish out of a tin was a vegetable.
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    Re: How do you pronounce 'seitan'?

    i generally say satan. this is probably wrong. i think the stress is on the second syllable. but i like telling people i'm eating satan.
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