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  1. Re: What to do with an abundance of fresh sunflowers

    Thanks for all the replies. Considering the amount of seed I'm dealing with, I'd say they will be made into birdfeeders. I love hanging out in the garden watching the birds. Today a hummingbird came...
  2. What to do with an abundance of fresh sunflowers

    Ok, so I grew several sunflowers this year. The strain is mamoth. The flowers have gotten 16-18" in diameter and the poor stems could not hold them up anymore until nature did it's thing and let...
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    Re: Soy / soya milk favorites?

    I love the thick as paint consistency of silk. I make my own too, and I'm sorry but unless that's some kind of aquired taste "Just soy, water, and sugar" is disgusting! If it's "chinese" maybe they...
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    Re: Ezekiel Bread: a Question.

    I just store it in the fridge. It rarely goes bad before I eat it. There have been a few times where it went bad within like 24 hours, but I suspect I got a bad batch.
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    Re: What are some of your favorite unexpected effects of your veganism?

    Cleaner Underwear!!! :D:D

    Soft Effortless Poop Every Morning And Evening!!! :D:D
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    Re: I just ate the most delicious...(Speak up! What was it?)

    The last piece of culinary "art" I made was a rice dish consisting of fried rice, breaded tofu cubes, fried and fresh onion and red bell pepper, fresh ginger, topped with fresh tomato pieces and...
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    Re: weird sleep experiences

    I too have had drug induced dreams, and by "hard drugs" I don't think Plunder Bunnie meant coke, or heroin as those don't exactly open up the mind to the subconcious dream states. But from personal...
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    Re: need a way to liven up hummous

    I've been experimenting with curry powder, cayyene pepper, and sometimes lemon zest which really gives it a tangy kick :)
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    Sticky: Re: Green your diet before your car - New Scientist 17th December 2005 page 19

    The truly scary thing is that even on a vegan diet more energy is being used by the tractors, transportation, etc than what we actually eat. I saw in a documentary that it's 3-10 calories of fossil...
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    Re: Recipes for Portabella Mushrooms

    My favourite way to eat them is to use them as a pizza crust. Just fry them lightly for about 30-60 seconds on each side, turn them gill side up and add pizza sauce, and toppings of your choice, then...
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    Re: immune system boosters!

    I would be interested to know if the lead contamination comes from processing the gel caps or the plant itself. Either way, with that information in mind, I would have to retract my previous advice...
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    Re: immune system boosters!

    I thought herbs were generally safe and intended for everyone. I mean, it kind of sounds like saying don't give them parsely or sage, but I don't know much about raising kids, so if you take my...
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    Re: immune system boosters!

    Echinachea! (sp?) Many personal experiences have shown me that it works. For about 5-6 dollars you can get 100 echinachea gel caps. Very much worth it.
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    Re: Vegans not eating enough

    I pretty much feel the same way. I know I eat healthy food and as long as I'm a.) not eating animal products and b.) not hungry then I'm c.) a happy vegan! :D

    I used to stress about getting my...
  15. Thread: Vegan pasta

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    Re: Pasta

    Yes, unforutunatly in the states (not sure about other countries) almost every single wheat product starts the ingredient list with enriched flour. I didn't realize this could mean non-vegan but I...
  16. Thread: Atkins

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    Re: adkins goes under

    Well, I don't really disagree with that statement. If your vegetarian to loose weight then maybe you should re-think it. We should all think and re-think about what and why we eat the foods we...
  17. Thread: Superfoods

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    Re: 14 'superfoods' that make you live longer......

    It's not the list of 'superfoods' I would have expected. I'm interested to know how they believe turkey strengthens the immune system?
  18. Thread: Sprouting

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    Re: fear of sprouting

    mmmm...I love raw potato but I know it's toxic so I never eat much of it. Good to know about the soybean thing. I read in another thread that most soybeans are imported anyways. I'm not sure if the...
  19. Thread: Sprouting

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    fear of sprouting

    I'm attempting to sprout a mix of soy beans, mung beans, and great northern's. There were some stuck at the bottom of the sink that started to sprout last night and it tickled me so I thought I would...
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    Re: **Letter from Health is Wealth!!!**

    That's pretty sweet. Thanks for your activism work in keeping vegan food vegan :)
  21. Re: Do you read 'announcements'?

    To be perfectly honest with you, no I don't. I don't read the announcements or stickies. Infact one of my forum pet peev's is to see a forum that has half a page of stickies (ussually describing...
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    Sticky: Re: Interview: Milk and dairy products cause heart disease, diabetes and osteoporosis

    Well, that was very well said :)



    That's really really really gross :(
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    Re: 146 Reasons Why Sugar Is Ruining Your Health

    I can see that. Sugar creates a sort of "high" a rush of energy, and then it drops and you need more to get off again. It creates an addiction...so there are all these kids running around addicted to...
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    Re: Great news Peas'nHominy

    That's kind of surprising to hear that a teacher would try to force a student to compromise his ethics like that. But I am proud of him for standing his ground! That is really awesome.

    Thanks for...
  25. Re: In my mind, nothing makes a cow more worthy than a cabbage

    Pain is not just a mechanism to ensure cow's continue getting laid. It's a physical sensation that they feel which is associated with an emotional state of mind and spirit. Now, I don't doubt that...
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    Re: My school has soy milk!

    "Pus issue"? I mean, I can see how in a way an udder is kind of like one giant pimple, but I would think that most people drinking it would say that one comes out of pimples isn't the same as what...
  27. Thread: wild garlic

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    Re: wild garlic

    What does this wild garlic look like if one was to go looking?
  28. Thread: nausea

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    nausea

    So, yesterday FudRuckers came to my work and I had a free ticket to get a meal, so I thought I would go and see what veggies they had at least. I got some beans, chips, and tomato slices. I took a...
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    Re: Ten lies from doctors

    Wow...that's an eye opener. Thanks for sharing that article eve
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    evolution and the discovery of meat

    I was asked by someone today if I believed that we evolved into a more sophisticated species after we learned to cook and eat meat. I said "no, I don't see how eating meat could have evolved us". He...
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    Re: The dinosaurs evolved....

    That bit confused me...
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    Poll: Re: Preparing a poll: What are your favourite vegan protein sources?

    I know some of enjoy hemp seed :)
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    Re: Convenience Foods

    Oatmeal, PB&J, Spagetti ... probably not the most healthy choices but I eat those a lot :)
  34. Thread: How very odd

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    Re: How very odd

    LoL! Hi Kim. Have you ever met another guy named Kim?
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    Re: New Food Pyramid scheme from USDA Morons

    To me this is actually a positive sign that more people are going veg. I feel kind of honored to have a new food pyramid made out just for the purpose of debunking the ethical diet that I follow. So...
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    Re: Soya / Soy Milk Makers

    Welcome to veganforum jpcw :)

    The first time I made home made soya milk I spit it out and proceded to pour that batch down the drain. The next time I i used strawberry extract and a few...
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    Re: 10 Top Reasons to Go Organic

    Well, at the worst organic food is more expensive without packing more nutrients and vitamins, but at least the food has been farmed in a more enviormentally safe manner. Consider the people that...
  38. Thread: Ban mercury

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    Re: Ban mercury

    There are two dentists offices in my city that are mercury free. I've been thinking about having mine replaced, but I'm not sure I can afford it as I don't have health benefits or anything of that...
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    Re: Does anyone know how many vegans

    That's a good point. We now have an online community where we can discuss with over a thousand other vegans available to us anytime, anywhere. It's pretty neat when you think of it that way.
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    Sticky: Re: Vegan Eggs!

    Well, Glen I think what your discussing fits into cruelty-free, but not really 'vegan', because an egg is still an animal bi-product. If you, personally, are ok with cruelty-free living (and I don't...
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