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    Re: Veganism in north-eastern Germany

    (bump) :cool:

    We're definitely going to this area for a fortnight in September 2015. We're in Ireland and because we're invited for music we're going by car (so the instruments are safe with us...
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    Re: Veganism in north-eastern Germany

    You have a very good point there harpy. In fact, it's one more brilliant reason to go.

    David
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    Veganism in north-eastern Germany

    Hi people - wonder if anyone can help me? My partner and I are invited to visit friends Ringenwalde in a place called Uckermark in Germany, in 2015. Has anyone any experience of this area? Any...
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    Re: Witty vegan comebacks / one-liners

    Wow!
  5. Thread: Cyclist Thread

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    Re: Cyclist Thread

    Gram flour.
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    Re: Cyclist Thread

    Hi

    I've cycled to and from work for 15 years (vegan for around 7 or 8 years now) continuously and feel odd getting in a car to go the same distance! After a while, the cycling becomes 'normal' and...
  7. Re: petition to get Quorn to remove the egg, please sign & share

    Despite never buying such products, I have signed out of principle.
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    Sticky: Re: Omega-3: Vegan DHA / EPA

    Thanks Maître. The non-vegan was referring to plant-derived omegas (flax, rape etc) rather than algae. Stephen Walsh (Plant-Based Nutrition and Health) makes the valid points about omega-3/omega-6...
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    Sticky: Re: Anyone taking DHA supplements?

    Hi everyone

    I've tried searching but had no luck finding a suitable answer to a question from a non-vegan (though the answer's probably there somewhere!).

    The non-vegan stated that 'not all...
  10. Thread: Vegan Ireland

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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Hi all


    Clare Veg Group are having their usual "first-Thursday-in-the-month" gathering on 5th April 2012 at Primavera, High Street, Ennis, County Clare, 7:00pm. We have been invited to sample...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Totally off topic but help out, guys - sign the petition here: https://secure.avaaz.org/en/petition/Ban_Fracking_Ireland/

    There are thousands against the idea of fracking, let alone the issuing of...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Hey kaybee, you're doing great work! Well done.

    I too would like to see a groups listing, if veganireland are up for that sort of thing. It's up to them but I'll suggest it.

    Our gathering last...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    There are a good few groups round the country at the moment but I'm reasonably sure (although not 100%) that there isn't an 'umbrella group' reaching out to them, which I think is the right way round...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    kaybee

    Is he a big fella? I mean big! If so, it's the same one.

    Most of the vegan patés I've tried have been excellent - why would anyone would need any others I don't know. :confused:

    As...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Thanks for the info., kaybee. Even though we're next door (Clare) it's rare we get to Kerry. The last time was 2005!

    On our farmers' market, there is a guy selling dead animal paté and he's been...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Hi everyone


    ClareVegGroup (http://clareveggroup.blogspot.com/) are having their next gathering on Thursday 1st March 2012, 7 for 7:30 in the The Dining Room, in the market area, Ennis, Co....
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Cool. Small world. I heard of him when a book of music I was doing was having CDs included - recorded at his place. Veganism and music, can't beat it.
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    I thought they were low...:satisfied: Still, there are a lot of closet veggies around generally. I think people like to keep a low profile and it's something that we're trying to change. It is not...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    We had a good night in Shannon Tandoori on the 2nd February 2012 - nine people there, including a new face. We get anything between 2 and 22 at these gatherings and there is always someone new to us,...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Hi guys again

    Our county Clare veggie group is having a meeting, sorry, gathering on Thurs 2nd Feb 2012 in Shannon Tandoori, Skycourt Shopping Centre, Shannon. It is an Indian restaurant and they...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Too far for me; I'm in Clare. But take it from me, it's worth forming/joining a veggie group - I've made some absolutely gorgeous friends, lovely people, and eaten some quite amazing food, since the...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Hi, guys and gals in Ireland and HNY.

    I'm part of a veggie group here in county Clare. We're working on getting restaurants to think more about veg*nism. Slow going but a couple of successes!
    ...
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Useful information, Barry, should I ever have a compelling reason to visit the Pale, which I actively work on not having.

    It struck me that your answer to my request looks like the only reason you...
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    Re: Veganic rhubarb?

    NEVER put compost on rhubarb. Only custard.
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Go on then Barry - a quick list of your Dublin goodies for us culchies, please!
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    Re: Brown rice vs. white rice

    An Irish link: http://www.organicsupermarket.ie/shop/product/organic-supermarket-brown-jasmine-rice-500g

    I think the one we usually get is Essential Trading, though.
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    Re: Heartburn

    Different strokes for different folks. Some people swear by BoS. I've tried it and it is revolting if you taste it. You have to throw it down and use lukewarm water. It works for me.

    However, the...
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    Re: Brown rice vs. white rice

    We always have brown jasmine rice. It is gorgeous, delicious, undislikeable.
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    Re: Vegan Ireland

    Barry is your man. Maybe pm him?

    More information required by a Cork vegan - she's looking for a nutritionist living and working in Ireland who is (or ought to be) vegan.

    And a more difficult...
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    Re: Badger cull in England confirmed

    Signed and passed on the link to friends.
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    Re: UK: Reducing your grocery bill

    That's the plan.
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    Re: UK: Reducing your grocery bill

    Have you ever tried the 'secret santa' method of Christmas present buying? Basically, a limit is set for each person to spend, say £25 or £40 for instance. Each person in the group says what they...
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    Re: UK: Reducing your grocery bill

    I was 21 when I celebrated my last birthday.
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    Re: UK: Reducing your grocery bill

    Yes, that's a great way of reducing both expense and packaging. Have you tried Suma for bulk deals? Much of their stuff is organic to boot.



    Cards are pointlessly dear, true. We try to recycle...
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    Re: UK: Reducing your grocery bill

    The couple of times I've been in a Tesco in the last few years (not through choice!) I am usually flabbergasted by the amount of money that's being rung up on tills per customer - hundreds and...
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    Re: Animal charities

    Don't forget that donating to human vegan charities helps animals too!

    www.vegfamcharity.org.uk

    www.hippocharity.org.uk
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    Re: Heartburn

    Has anyone tried good old bicarbonate of soda? :thumbsup:
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    Re: Vegan Republic of Ireland

    Just to let you know that we have a 'pot luck' evening the first Thursday in each month hosted by ClareVegGroup here in the Banner county of Clare, way beyond the Pale.

    Everybody is welcome. Yes,...
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    Re: Where does veganism start and end?

    :)
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    Re: How Do You Save Energy?

    Trying to save energy usually involves spending money, which of course is not always possible. Nonetheless, it is useful to have a plan. Look at your electricity bill, at the number of units. It's...
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