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    Quote Banana
    Favourite Vegan Food Products
    Coconut Curries only kidding Banana I read your post on things to hate.

    I really like a certain brand of Tofu (Smoked One) that is sold by a small Tofu maker near me it's lush.

    Also a big fan of Alpro Vegan Choc Shake Hmmmmmmmm.

    But food for the belly thats curries.....
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    Has to be redwoods super melting mozzerella style, cheese was the one thing I missed and that to me as far as i can remember is damn close.
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    Panda liquorice pieces

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    Cocoa Tree Chocolate

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    Quote celtic rose
    Panda liquorice pieces
    Ooh, I kept meaning to find out if they are really Vegan - is it just the strips, are the Liquorice Comfit things ok, too??

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    I love your rabbit, Kevster!

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    Foxes and rabbits don't generally mix

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    Foxes and rabbits don't generally mix
    True, I'll have you for bloody Breakfast!!

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    Zest vegan pesto.

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    Booja booja Cognac flambed banana truffles

    http://www.chocolatetrading.co.uk/br...turer.asp?ID=3

    Yummy !

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    Quote PinkFluffyCloud
    True, I'll have you for bloody Breakfast!!
    Sounds like you're in there, Kev.
    I bet Yoda was a vegan

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    Alpro chocolate soya milk, Yofu soya yogurt, Booja Booja truffles (any flavour!), Green & Black's cherry chocolate and Fiorentina pesto.
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    I like Sainsbury's "Free From" margarine. It's really the only dairy free margarine I can eat which doesn't taste bad to me.
    I bet Yoda was a vegan

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    It's good, Cloudy, but so is 'Pure' - have you tried them, all 3 varieties are good.

    And I am ignoring that remark you made earlier!

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    I LOVE Plamil Mayonnaise.

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    Tofutti better than sour creme, it's lovely on burritos. Pertwood Farm organic chocolate fudge pudding, scrummy with soya dream. Redwoods sage and marjoram sausages. I'm hungry now!

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    Tofutti better than sour creme, it's lovely on burritos. Pertwood Farm organic chocolate fudge pudding, scrummy with soya dream. Redwoods sage and marjoram sausages. I'm hungry now!
    Oooh, I LOVE those Sausages, but WTF are the occasional small hard bits you find in them - I nearly broke a tooth last time I ate a pack (best straight from the fridge! ).

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    Quote PinkFluffyCloud
    Oooh, I LOVE those Sausages, but WTF are the occasional small hard bits you find in them - I nearly broke a tooth last time I ate a pack (best straight from the fridge! ).
    Can't say I've ever found any hard bits in them.

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    i've often found large gritty bits in vegan sausages, not necessarily Redwood ones though i can't remember which brand. i think i had a sausage roll at a recent vegan fayre and got a load of hard chunks in it.
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    Quote PinkFluffyCloud
    It's good, Cloudy, but so is 'Pure' - have you tried them, all 3 varieties are good.
    I had Pure when I went back home for Xmas, very nice. Also had Alpro choc soy milk, gorgeous. They have some nice choc soy stuff going on here in Canada, but nothing that can touch Alpro. They have those little OY! cartons as well, for when you just fancy a tipple, I like that.

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    Every time I see that Alpro listed, I snicker. There's a brand of crappy dog food in the US called Alpo.

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    Quote feline01
    Every time I see that Alpro listed, I snicker. There's a brand of crappy dog food in the US called Alpo.
    Every time I see someone say snicker I chuckle, there's a crappy chocolate bar over here called snickers
    I bet Yoda was a vegan

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    Quote wilson
    I had Pure when I went back home for Xmas, very nice. Also had Alpro choc soy milk, gorgeous. They have some nice choc soy stuff going on here in Canada, but nothing that can touch Alpro. They have those little OY! cartons as well, for when you just fancy a tipple, I like that.
    Now then Wilson. Welcome aboard, I like you already.

    I've only tried the pure stuff in one variety and I didn't like the taste at all. Which one did you have? Or PFC for that matter? I keep having to go miles to the Sainsburys to buy my margarine at the moment!
    I bet Yoda was a vegan

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    Quote Cloudy
    Every time I see someone say snicker I chuckle, there's a crappy chocolate bar over here called snickers
    We have that crappy chocolate bar called snickers here as well

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    Just thought of some more goodies, cheez 'n' chive and cheez 'n' bean pasties and savory herb sosage rolls all made by Ambrosian Vegetarian Foods.

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    Now then Wilson. Welcome aboard, I like you already.

    I've only tried the pure stuff in one variety and I didn't like the taste at all. Which one did you have? Or PFC for that matter? I keep having to go miles to the Sainsburys to buy my margarine at the moment!
    Oh, PFC "for that matter", eh???? Eh??????
    The green one is best -Soya flavour. The Organic, my hubby likes, it tastes, (he says) like 'cheap margarine) - even though it is NOT cheap! (it sosts more than the other two).

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    Quote PinkFluffyCloud
    Oh, PFC "for that matter", eh???? Eh??????
    The green one is best -Soya flavour. The Organic, my hubby likes, it tastes, (he says) like 'cheap margarine) - even though it is NOT cheap! (it sosts more than the other two).
    Haha sorry, didn't mean it to sound bad. I can buy you a pint at the meetup in June as way of thanks

    Not tried the soya one but will give it a go next time. Hopefully won't be another tub of the stuff I end up throwing in the bin!
    I bet Yoda was a vegan

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    Aha!! Trying to get me drunk, eh, Cloudy!!!!

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    Now then Wilson. Welcome aboard, I like you already.

    I've only tried the pure stuff in one variety and I didn't like the taste at all. Which one did you have? Or PFC for that matter? I keep having to go miles to the Sainsburys to buy my margarine at the moment!
    cheers cloudy, you're not bad yourself.

    It was a green tub, and while I'm not a margarine connisseur (much to my family's shame), I thought it tasted quite nice. I think I bought it from Morrisons, or maybe Sainsburys. Probably Morrisons, I recall they had the best selection of veg*n stuff.

    What's all that PFC stuff ? I'm quite dim, as you know.

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    Quote wilson
    What's all that PFC stuff ? I'm quite dim, as you know.
    PFC = PinkFluffyCloud, the member who I'll be trying to get drunk in June.

    I'd best mention another UK vegan food product while I'm here otherwise Gert will moan

    Sooo.... those little TruFree treacle sponge puddings you can get now, nice with some Soya Dream cream or Alpro custard!
    I bet Yoda was a vegan

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    Quote Gorilla
    Alpro chocolate soya milk, Yofu soya yogurt, Booja Booja truffles (any flavour!), Green & Black's cherry chocolate and Fiorentina pesto.
    They were doing free tasting of that Alpro soya yogurt at work today Loads of people were buying it as a result

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    Quote Jobey
    They were doing free tasting of that Alpro soya yogurt at work today Loads of people were buying it as a result
    You're lucky, living in Brighton - no-one would even try it, here!

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    i like Pure margarine, too - the green tub soya one is my favourite. i've started buying the yellow tub sunflower one because it says it now has omega 3 & 6 added, but when i checked it seems to be a lot more omega 6 than 3, because of the sunflower i guess, but i believe that's not a good ratio? i'm not mad keen on the taste of that one either so i probably won't buy it again. i've never tried the organic one

    even my (non-veg) folks eat Pure soya margarine
    'The word gorilla was derived from the Greek word Gorillai (a "tribe of hairy women")'

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    Thumbs up Liquified Loveliness

    My current favourite uk vegan food product has got to be Green and Black's MAYA GOLD hot chocolate because it tastes like liquified Terry's chocolate orange chocolate a la vegan
    With love from Love.XXX.

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    i was a little disappointed by the Maya Gold drinking chocolate, after having searched all over for it, but maybe i was expecting too much - the Maya Gold bar is a lot to live up to, and it tasted a bit funny IMO.
    'The word gorilla was derived from the Greek word Gorillai (a "tribe of hairy women")'

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    Wink Heaped,lol!

    Sorry to hear that Gorilla,but perhaps you followed the instructions and used level teaspoonfulls,I use 4 very heaped teaspoons(in reality,more like 8 level ones,lol)per cup and perhaps that is why we both have different experiances of it,or perhaps its just down to personal taste?
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    i've only tried it once, and the problem IMHO was it didn't dissolve very well at the bottom and had a strange aftertaste. maybe it's just me i will try putting more in next time i make it, thanks for the tip
    'The word gorilla was derived from the Greek word Gorillai (a "tribe of hairy women")'

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    Meridian foods yeast extract. Can't find it on the website . Good website though, whats vegan easily found.

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    Haven't tried the yeast extract, but I do love their cashew butter on toast! I agree, good website too.

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    Almost all are vegan and all are gluten free!!! Sage in Moseley (Birmingham, England)stocks some of this companies products and they are also coming to the veggie fayer at the Academy in June! I haven't tried them yet but I almost wet my pants when I saw their website!!!

    http://www.zedzfoods.co.uk/produce.htm

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    Meridian foods yeast extract. Can't find it on the website . Good website though, whats vegan easily found.
    You can find the yeast extract in what's suitable for vegans and in the sauces and dressings product list.

    I like the graphics

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    YAOH hemp seed oil. Gert lush.

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    Thumbs up Vegan Cornish Ice Cream!!!

    Oat Supreme Lite vanilla Cornish style frozen non dairy dessert
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    Plamil White Sun.

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    I found somewhere that sells Montezumas up here, and pretty good chocolate it is too.
    They also sell Cocoa Tree too. Good that some places support some of the smaller choclatiers, instead of green and blacks EVERYWHERE.

    http://www.lincolnshireorganics.com/ (beware they sell lots of animal stuff too)

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    I'd recommend Biona organic dairy free chocolate spread. I bought some for the first time yesterday and think it's delicious. I like the Plamil chocolate spreads, but they are a bit runny, and the Biona spread has a much better consistency and isn't overly sweet.

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    Tofutti Rock'n'Roll cones are delicious.
    It is a monstrous thing to do, to slay a unicorn...you have slain something pure and defenceless and you will have but a half life, a cursed life, from the moment the blood touches your lips.

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    A few familiar faces here:

    The Ten 'Best': Organic food websites
    By Jenni Muir
    Published : 25 April 2005

    http://enjoyment.independent.co.uk/f...p?story=632805

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    There is so much great vegan food

    Pure soya spread is cool n no bad fats in it

    Realeat veggie mince n sauasges for quick food

    but my favourite is

    cherry tomatoes - I cant stop eating them if they are in my fridge

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