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    Re: pregnant anyone?

    Only have 19 days to go before our baby is born - and I am really excited :0)
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    Re: Vegan friendly restaurants in UK

    DOH!!! whoops, sorry got completely confuddled hehehe
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    Re: Vegan friendly restaurants in UK

    I used to go to the vegan Thai buffet a lot when I lived near London, and used to introduce folk to it!! Damm good price for the food too. It is delicious .... oooooo mouth watering at the thought...
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    Sticky: Re: Carrot cake anyone?

    Well, here it is Marie :0) You can substitute things like making sure the sugar is vegan etc... but this is the basis of it :0) WHOOPS!!! half the cake has gone already hehehe!!!

    Date and Walnut...
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    Sticky: Re: Carrot cake anyone?

    Carrot cake is yummy but grating the carrot for ir can be a bit boring though hehehe :0)


    I just made a date and walnut cake and it is moist and scrummy :0) It took ages to cook as I doubled...
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    Re: Favourite book as a child

    Well, I have a several favorite current children's books that I read to my son hehehe!! (sorry slightly changing the title of this thread as they aren't my fav books as a child but never the less...
  7. Re: Which significant person would you like to become vegan overnight?

    The big bosses of Glaxo, Beechams, and any other huge animal abusing corporation!!
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    Re: What are the moral arguements of veganism

    Well, I don't know what you wrote on another forum but I hope this isn't banned as it takes away your freedom of speech in my eyes, as long as you aren't spouting hatred, racism ect.. then what you...
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    Re: Let Me Reccomend A Food Thread

    Does anyone remember mushroom and tofu Pukka pies, now they used to be vegan. We used to get them in our local health food shop years ago :0) I Haven't seen them for a long long time, and don't know...
  10. Re: starting an animal rights group... ADVICE NEEDED!!!

    All good advice so far!!

    An animal rights stall is always a good way to get other interested and also gain new faces for the group. In the past I used to run a weekly AR stall, with other AR...
  11. Thread: Speciesism

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    Re: Speciesism

    Well, Kam for a start I don't think most AR and anti-vivisectionist would have the funding to carry out the alternatives. But many financially support those who do through donations, and others by...
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    Re: Vegan Society GM Policy?

    To me the VS's policy on GM food is yet another acceptance of Gm food, the more people that U turn on it, the more it will become mainstream. It's like many things, the media goes mad on it's faults,...
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    Re: reusable diapers

    You are very welcome Dianecrna :0) I am sure if you do a search on the web you will find them, good luck with that, and if I find anything I will pass sit it on :0)

    I just feel it's our duty as...
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    Re: reusable diapers

    They are brilliant Foxytina :0)

    I used them with my son and will use the same ones 7 years later with this next baby!! I feel proud to use them and my concience is eased about the environment....
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    Re: English countryside 'almost gone'

    All you have to do is believe it will happen Roxy, and it will :0) (but you know that already) I am a firm believer of the power of postive thinking, and of course the guidance of my angels and...
  16. Thread: Speciesism

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    Re: Speciesism

    Hi Roxy :0)

    I am no expert but I have read stuff about it over the years!! I did a quick search on the internet to find a few sites to give you more info ....
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    Re: Speciesism

    Hi Kam :0)

    Well, firstly (if I repeat what anyone else says I appologise I haven't read all the thread) I have to say is that I am not having a go at you at all, as I know that your views, like so...
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    Re: English countryside 'almost gone'

    Well, Gliondrach :0)

    Funny you should ask that as I have pics of both waiting to go on the website when I get them downsized blah blah!!! We live a couple of miles from Long Meg, and go and see...
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    Re: English countryside 'almost gone'

    That's why I like the Highlands of Scotland Coconut, it is one of the few places left on this island that has a wild feel to it. It is absolutley beautiful and we hope to make it our permanent home...
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    Re: Favorite vegan/vegetarian websites

    Cheers englishvegoboi :0)

    Just something I got into just over a year ago when I was getting over the loss of someone very dear to me!! It has helped no end and of course to be able to express...
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    Re: Why are Ikea restaurants full of meat?

    Just read this thread and that is a classic Snaffler made me giggle at your audacity but brilliant one all the same hehehe!!

    Love and light
    Xxxx Stormy xxxX
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    Poll: Re: Coffee.. good or bad?

    I don't really like coffee apart from the occassional 'push down plunger' coffee <how posh> but even then I have it rarely. I like proper tea (all proper tea ia theft an old anarchist saying...
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    Re: Animal organ trials 'within five years'

    Bloooooooming eck thats scarey <hair stands on end> I will have to look out for that incase my son gets that propagander thrown at him when he is at school!! Clever b****rds arn't they, ahhhhhh!!...
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    Re: Favorite vegan/vegetarian websites

    Here's another good 'un of a website, I just referred to them in another posting so thought I better put them here too :0)

    http://www.uncaged.co.uk/default.htm
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    Re: Animal organ trials 'within five years'

    I remember being in a televised (not in the main media sadly) debate at Uni about 8 odd years ago on the subject of 'xenotransplantation'. It was a debate between animal rights people and non-animal...
  26. Poll: Re: How has the change to a vegan diet affected you?

    Yes, emotional as well as physical well being are important in relation to health but being vegan will give you a good head start there!! The purer the body the purer the spirit I believe.

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  27. Poll: Re: How has the change to a vegan diet affected you?

    Vegans dying???? Hmmm in the 17 years that I have been vegan I have to say that I have never heard of that unless they were of old age or died throught an accident or something, but never their diet....
  28. Thread: Speciesism

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    Re: Speciesism

    I agree with Eve on the terminology we use, people don't think words matter but if we look into it, we can see that the way we think is shaped by the words we use. I hate the word 'pets' to as I...
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    Re: English countryside 'almost gone'

    Yeah, the Pennines are beautiful and rugged!! And they way the change all the time because of the weather/seasons is something to behold. Some great places for walking the dogs too :0)
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    Re: English countryside 'almost gone'

    Hi Terrance Max :0)

    We live in a village near Penrith, the views from the house are amazing, I do feel truely blessed I have to say <smile> only thing I find is a lack of like minded people!!...
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    Re: Speciesism

    Specisim is a great word .... I think more people should use it!! I remember quoting it many a time on my degree course hehehe!!
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    Re: English countryside 'almost gone'

    Not to mention road building and the destruction of ancient sites!! We have a lot to answer for as human beings!!

    Having moved from the crowded South East, to the more roving hills and mountains...
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    Poll: Re: How Old Were You....

    He he Kumem .. I have had a few of those convos myself ... especially this one being a classic with me, and probably a few of you guys .... "so what do you eat then ... lettuce leaves??" and I reply,...
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    Poll: Re: How Old Were You....

    Hated meat from an early age .. my mum always says she used to have to hide it, to get me to eat it but I still often refused even then. This is quite common among children, after all children are...
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    Re: Vegan Society moving to Birmingham

    Well, I am a little sad at the move although the arguments are good ones!! because I used to live in Hastings and was always proud to have the society on my door step!! But saying that I have since...
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    Re: My Weight and Pregnancy...

    When I lost my daughter at 22 weeks they termed it as a miscarriage due to being under the legal gestation age (24 weeks then, not sure if this has changed) for being able to try saving them through...
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    Re: My Weight and Pregnancy...

    I thought I couldn't have children due to irregular periods etc and talk of polycyistic ovaries blah blah. Also we weren't really into the idea of having children. Then one day to my partner, at the...
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    Just thought I would post the some info about the cafe I used to go to when I lived in Hastings, Sussex (but I moved about 5 months ago to Cumbria). It's called "Heaven and Earth" and its a really...
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    Re: Vaccinations

    Hi :0)

    At the end of the day it is a personal choice but there are risks on both sides. My belief in animal rights and good health has made me not want to immunise myself, my children or my...
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    Re: Vaccinations

    Hi Kokopelli and all :0)

    Sorry been on my travels the last few weeks so havent been on to see the replies!!

    I agree with the decision that vaccinating your children is a personal choice and it...
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