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    Re: Thoughts on animal-assisted therapy

    Oh Lord. I'm sure if I could give up everything, move to the Bahamas and live on the beach, I'd reach a hitherto-unknown level of happiness. Until then, within the strictures of my everyday life, I'm...
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    Re: Thoughts on animal-assisted therapy

    I have no problem with horse riding, and thoroughly approve of assisted therapy programmes. In my experience of visiting/watching programmes such as Riding for the Disabled and various therapy horse...
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    Stolen horses - Hungary/North Croatia/Serbia

    Hi all,

    (Korn - if this is in the wrong place, apologies and feel free to move :) )

    My friend, Karin, who lives in Hungary (Kunszentmiklos, Bacs-Kiskun county) has had 4 of her horses stolen....
  4. Thread: Brand new vegan!!

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    Re: Brand new vegan!!

    Hi and welcome! Great decision - well done :) Looking forward to getting to know you round the forums :)
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    Breakfast: Shreddies
    Lunch: Sliced avocado and vine tomato on soft white bread
    Dinner: Homemade pizza (mushroom, red onion and black olives)
    Snacks: A few ( :o ) pralines from Moo Free
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    Re: Soy-Free Vegan

    Hilda, it's against forum rules to spam (to say nothing of bad etiquette). It's also hard to avoid your posts about the book when it's all you're posting about. Why not leave the cookbook promotion...
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    Re: Soy-Free Vegan

    Hilda, you are SUCH a spammer. Are you planning on posting anything other than self-promoting links to your own cookbook? Move on, it's old already...
  8. Re: Looking to go away somewhere in November (I know - in the UK, I must be mad)

    I'm hoping to go to Fern Tor in October (veggie and vegan B&B which also does posh dinners and packed lunches) which has had lots of recommendations and is in a beautiful area:...
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    Re: Solfest festival - Cumbria, UK (Aug 26-28)

    Gandhi's flip-flop:


    Woohoo! :D
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    Re: Solfest festival - Cumbria, UK (Aug 26-28)

    Just a quick update in case it helps anyone else:
    Nomad have replied to my email to say that all of their curries are suitable for vegans and that they also have soya milk available for tea and...
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    Re: Solfest festival - Cumbria, UK (Aug 26-28)

    Oh my God, you are such a star! I didn't even think to check if they had websites *duh* so that's really helpful - thanks! :)
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    Solfest festival - Cumbria, UK (Aug 26-28)

    I'm going to Solfest for the first time with a friend, but I don't recognise any of the food traders' stalls, so can't work out if there's much (or anything) vegan available. I'm hoping to avoid...
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    Re: Donating to medical charities.

    ^ Yeah that.

    I always politely explain why I won't support animal testing, and promise to donate to the Dr Hadwen Trust instead. So many people have an emotional reason behind wanting you to...
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    Re: Rose Elliot's Vegan Feasts

    She doesn't use any replacements at all :)
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    Re: Holland and Barrett

    ^ That's what I thought! :D
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    Re: New vegan, diet check

    Hi Fiksdal, and welcome to the forum!

    Lots of good advice from other members. I wanted to add that I'm a 'mono diet' kind of person too. I find it much easier to buy similar stuff each week and,...
  17. Thread: Honey substitutes

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    Re: Honey substitutes

    ^ I only ever use light agave and it tastes delicious, really light and sweet. Like a much sweeter honey (I've read that you can use less agave due to this extra sweetness...) Really recommend it -...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    Firestorm, your meals always sound so nice :)

    This is one of the few days I can post without any shame!!!!!!

    B: Bowl of fresh fruit (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, plum, banana) and a...
  19. Thread: TapaTalk support!

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    Yay! VF on TT! Made my day :D Working fine for me...

    Yay! VF on TT! Made my day :D Working fine for me :)
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    B: Rice Krispies w/ soya milk and agave nectar
    L: Fresh baked white crusty farmhouse bread w/ sweet vine tomatoes and shredded salad (beetroot, spinach and salad leaves)
    D: Rice, lentil and...
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    Poll: Re: Which mobile OS do you use?

    No, it finds a lot of forums but not VF :( I think the forum has to make a compatible mobile version available. TapaTalk is very popular though, so if we have a mobile version it might be a good...
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    Poll: Re: Which mobile OS do you use?

    I'm not very technically minded :o Would this be compatible with TapaTalk? I have that as an app on both phones and use it to browse mobile versions of all my favourite forums. It would be great to...
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    Poll: Re: Which mobile OS do you use?

    Android 2.2
  24. Thread: Crazy cravings

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    Re: Crazy cravings

    Lol :D
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    Re: Novelty birthday cake maker required

    Pusskins - take a look at Hannah Banana Bakery on facebook - she's just finished a sugarcrafting course and put up some fab pics of animals/shapes she'd done. She definitely does cakes cos I saw a...
  26. Thread: UK - Special Deals

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    Re: Special Deals (UK)

    Ordered - thanks Firestorm!
  27. Thread: Crazy cravings

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    Re: Crazy cravings

    You're welcome :) I recommend reading this free manual which has the full technique and LOTS of helpful info: http://www.selfheal4me.com/Free-Book.php
  28. Re: Does man really need to possess pets or can we just leave the animals alone?

    Hmmm, I probably need to explain a bit more to be able to answer your question...

    Merrick was bought in 2004 (I became vegan in 2008). So the issue for a horse won't arise again until Merrick...
  29. Re: Does man really need to possess pets or can we just leave the animals alone?

    Yes you do :D :D

    I bought Sammy puppy from my friend (a two-times backyard breeder) and Merrick (horse) from a dealer and they fill an emotional need in me to nurture. There, I've said it! I...
  30. Thread: Crazy cravings

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    Re: Crazy cravings

    Firstly, are you sure your diet is balanced and you're getting the vitamins/minerals you need? I know I get cravings when I've not been eating so healthily as normal - ooops!

    Secondly, I have a...
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    Re: GCSE Food Tech- Please Help

    1. Do you prefer frozen or chilled desserts?
    -Chilled
    2. What would you pay for a pack of 4 desserts?
    -3-4
    3. Which alternative to milk do you prefer?
    -Soya milk
    4.What types of fruit do you...
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    Re: The best vegan - milklike - chocolate

    Another vote for Moo Free - absolutely delicious chocolate and tastes very authentic! I ate my easter egg early :o and also a box of pralines. Very nice! :D
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    Re: Birthday chocolate!

    Nom nom! Nice of them to do a birthday label :D
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    [Classifieds] Re: Wanted - 1/4 cup, if poss?

    Awwww! :D
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    Re: Birthday chocolate!

    Oh my!!! I can tell you now, those Moo Free pralines are AMAZING. I know this because OH and I polished off a box rather quickly a few days ago :o
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    [Classifieds] Re: Wanted - 1/4 cup, if poss?

    Awww Pusskins, that does sound like a plight for someone into baking! I bought a whole set of cups a while ago and have used them... once. Baking just isn't for me :D So you can have my 1/4 cup for a...
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    Re: innocent veg pots ?

    ^ You do heat them up Witchy :) Microwave or saucepan. They do things like a Thai curry, Mexican sweet potato chilli, that sort of thing. I really like them - I fall into the "can't cook, won't...
  38. Sticky: Re: "If you want to read only one article about B12, read this one"

    My questions would be:

    Why do I need to know about B12? (Catch people's attention!)
    Can anyone be deficient in B12 e.g. vegan, veggie, meat eater etc?
    Am I more likely to be deficient in B12...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    B: Rice Krispies w/ soya milk and agave nectar
    L: 2 M&S rice, lentil and aubergine (with garlic dressing) pots. 1 nectarine, 1 pear.
    S: 1 M&S super shaker salad pot with lemon and basil dressing...
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    Re: Pizza Express "create your own pizza" competition

    ^ Like! (Your wit, rather than the deaths, obviously!)
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