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    What kind of things do you eat them with?

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    1)Peanut butter and peach sandwiches!!! yum...
    2)anything chocolate and
    3)heavily peppered french fries

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    i jus eat soup when im grumpy...r anythin by tofutti.lol

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    I would have to say zig zag soy dream ice cream. It's lke eating a resse's peanut butter cup.

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    tofutti cuties top the list.

    chocolate.

    really anything with sugar in it...
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    Mashed potatoes or steamed veggies or toast with Earth Balance and Nutritional Yeast

    Dahl, especial red lentil leek

    Soups of all kinds

    Freshly baked breads, cookies and cakes of all kinds

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    Quote ConsciousCuisine
    Freshly baked breads, cookies and cakes of all kinds
    There is nothing better than freshly baked bread. Hot bread right out of the oven, slathered with margarine, is the best comfort food in the world.

    And chocolate.
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    Quote Glen
    Well, I havent had as much experience as most of you guys yet, but Ive just tried the vegan Jelly last night, mmm, I think that may become my comfort food!
    Yes! Strawberry vegejelly still warm and unset - I eat it spoonful by spoonful, waiting until the hint of a skin has formed but it's still liquidy inside

    Mashed potato is my number one comfort food though, maybe with some fried mushrooms, peas, Frys hot dogs and onion gravy. Or with some Marmite stirred in

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    soup on a cold day
    grainy bread with vegemite and soya spread
    hot chocolate with soya milk.
    i also find tea really comforting!

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    I have to agree with you on the vegemite thing

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    Linda McCartney sausage rolls are fast becoming another addiction.

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    Quote Banana
    Medjool dates are at the top of the list,
    Well today I had my first official Medjool date. Oh. My. It was soo yummy! And it does taste somewhat like caramel. If I start eating them in heaps and they will most likely become my comfort food, I blame you Banana. . Thanks for your constant plug for Medjool dates,without which I might never have tried these mouthwatering snacks, you should so be a spokesmodel of sort
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    hmm a good bowl of cereal a lot of times... i also have a thing for peanut butter sandwiches and pasta dishes
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    Coming up to Christmas I will be missing my family and my other home in Australia. I will be eating lots of vegemite as a comfort.

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    heehee, is marmite from that part of the world too? i've had marmite but i don't think vegemite...i like it, but not too much of it
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    We have marmite in Australia but I think it's an English thing. I could be wrong though.

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    Sometimes in the evenings I enjoy sitting down with a bowl of half-shelled pecan nuts to enjoy - both finishing off the shelling and finishing off the nuts!
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    Quote Roxy
    We have marmite in Australia but I think it's an English thing. I could be wrong though.
    i had a feeling, i got the marmite in an english shop
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    Hot chocolate made with Ghiradelli's Sweet Ground Chocolate and Pacific Hazelnut milk.

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    mmmm...it makes me all warm and comfy just thinking about it...
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    Toast with vegemite is definitely real comfort food!
    Also roasted chestnuts: somehow reminds me of my childhood days in winter when we were all cosy inside with the fire going after a day out in the snow...
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    Quote applepie
    ...Also roasted chestnuts: somehow reminds me of my childhood days in winter when we were all cosy inside with the fire going after a day out in the snow...
    That's funny; I just bought two bags of chestnuts today!

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    a huge glass or red wine and a huge wedge of treacle tart and/or some green and blacks dark choc with cherries in it and/or sea salt and balsamic vinegar kettle chips... "dribble", hence why i havent lost much weight since becoming vegan

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    it's funny, i was watching a tv program last night and had made up my minf that i must try chestnuts (i know--) and now i see posts on here, and i was thinking they seemed as though they would be a very comforting food...
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    vegan banana nut muffins. loveee them. and trail mixes - def. a weakness

    i really really want to try goji berries - but they are so expensive!!
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    Melted dark chocolate mixed with cornflakes, eaten straight away.
    Used to have skittles in but now

    Bourbon biscuits
    Hobnobs
    Vegan choccy brownies
    Kettle Chips and chilli dip
    Redveg mmmm chillli burger and chips and 'coke'
    Garlic bread
    Chips in garlic 'mayo'

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    Quote Troutina
    Melted dark chocolate mixed with cornflakes,
    Well that's gotta beat milk! Chocolate's good for anything so it seems.

    My ultimate comfort food is hot chocolate fudge cake with extra chocolate sauce and swedish glace, with a cup of tea.

    Meal-wise I would have to agree with the sausage, mash and onion gravy idea. Or vegetable lasagne. Or pie. Or all three!

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    Deffo fruit and nut choc for me.

    I agree with Cherry above - mash, sausages, onions and peas are my fave comfort food as a meal.

    Also just discovered village bakery mince pies and alpro soya cream ...that is tasty!

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    I just had one of those mince pies too!!
    They have so much sugar on top, its so unnecessary!
    And they fell apart, which my dog enjoyed.

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    Village Bakery as in Melmerby?

    I live two villages along from there. I didn't realise their stuff had taken off quite so much!

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    I always wanted to try that whole "chestnuts roasting on an open fire..." thing. maybe I'll finally do it this christmas!

    my comfort foods:
    -almond butter stuffed dates (seriously can eat about 14 or 15 in one sitting if I'm in a bad mood or something... oh but then such a tummyache!)
    -any kind of freshly baked vegan bread, cinnamon raisin being my favorite; i think it has something to do with the warmth and the texture that makes it comforting
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    Quote cherry
    Village Bakery as in Melmerby?

    I live two villages along from there. I didn't realise their stuff had taken off quite so much!
    I think so. However I was only able to get the pies from a health food shop.

    But I do see some of their other stuff in mainstream supermarkets.

    Troutina- probably right about the sugar - tried not to notice it actually

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    Quote thecounterspark
    I always wanted to try that whole "chestnuts roasting on an open fire..." thing. maybe I'll finally do it this christmas!

    my comfort foods:
    -almond butter stuffed dates (seriously can eat about 14 or 15 in one sitting if I'm in a bad mood or something... oh but then such a tummyache!)
    -any kind of freshly baked vegan bread, cinnamon raisin being my favorite; i think it has something to do with the warmth and the texture that makes it comforting
    yumm stuffed dates are amazing - i usually use cashew nut butter - i have yet to try almond nut butter but i want to!
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    mm cashew butter is good too. i just love ALL nut butters.
    but you must MUST try almond butter soon. I'm a little biased, though. have you ever had macadamia butter? I want to try it because i love macadamia nuts, but i can never find the nut butter in any stores around here to try.
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    I love nut butters as well, on toast.

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    Quote cherry
    Village Bakery as in Melmerby?

    I live two villages along from there. I didn't realise their stuff had taken off quite so much!
    Umm I guess so...!
    They're gluten free etc etc.
    My Mum bought them for me from the Health Food shop.

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    i see macadamia butter at trader joes but haven't picked it up yet, i need to though...
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    oh yeah, nut butter on toast.. mmm, it gets all melty and even more gooey. gosh my mouth is watering!

    and fie, there is no trader joe's where i live.
    if you ever pick up the macadamia butter, let me know how it is.
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    carrots n veganaise!
    noodles..anythin starchy i dnt eat often...myown cooking is gud when i let myself add stodge toit!Lol

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    will do counter!
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    Hommus and sesame breadsticks. Bolthouse Farms vanilla soy chai drink.

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    YUM
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    mustard mash .............mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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    btw, i've never managed to find a really fantastic vegan gravy mix.... Can anyone recommend one? I'd be eversa grateful like.
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    Comfort food for me unfortunately is anything [vegan] junk food like. the higher the cals the better it seems. Ugh! But seriously, munching on junk food all night long really helps the whole self pity-angry mood thing.

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    Apple cider, caramel, and soymilk or other non-dairy milk. Yum and warm.
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    Quote catmogg
    btw, i've never managed to find a really fantastic vegan gravy mix.... Can anyone recommend one? I'd be eversa grateful like.
    Don't know whether you've tried it, but I use Tesco vegetable gravy granules (in the green tub, but only marked 'vegetarian'). It's in the Animal Free Shopper .

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    Thanks Lily will try this!!!
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    Quote Artichoke47
    Apple cider, caramel, and soymilk or other non-dairy milk. Yum and warm.
    That sounds absolutely delicious Artichoke - how do you make it? What caramel? Is it a syrup? Oooh I've got to try some!.....drool......

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    sugared almonds

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