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    Re: Alpro Soya Milk Light Unsweetened

    That falls into the stale saliva category as far as I'm conerned.
    Had a look at the fb thread- someone's saying sainsbury's own brand soya milk is good.
    I'm really pissed off about this, I'm...
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    Re: Alpro Soya Milk Light Unsweetened

    I'm not a fan of the light version, I just get the plain original Alpro (not long life). However it seems like they changed the flavour, I mean what the hell's going on? Now my tea tastes of vanilla....
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    Re: Not so good

    so does it still taste of vanilla? I always hated So Good for that reason- who wants vanilla-ey tea?- and I always favoured Alpro fresh stuff. But now it seems like Alpro have changed their flavour...
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    Re: Vegan London, part 2

    There's a lot of places round there actually cos it's Globe Town, where the London Buddhist Centre is, so you got Gallery Cafe, one restaurant dats on about Cherries, and some others as well. I've...
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    Re: Vegan London, part 2

    The Gallery Cafe in Bethnal Green is a vegetarian/vegan cafe, it's brilliant. It's pretty much the high point of my daily routine right now.
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    Re: Pizza Hut - Making a fool of yourself?

    When I was first a vegan, I used to go in all the time and ask for a pizza with no cheese but extra mushrooms and they were happy to do it. I haven't been there in years cos I thought their bases...
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    Re: J D Wetherspoon Pubs

    Wetherspoons is the posh pub round where I live!
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    I'm sposed to be going there today and trying to find out what vegan stuff they do. Is cheeseless pizza not an option, do they put milk in the base or something? I've tried to find a list of their...
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    Re: Jill's Day 2006

    Not my first demo lol I've done hundreds! :p First AR. It was nice. It was different.

    We'll say hello next time!

    xxx
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    Re: Jill's Day 2006

    Well I made it :) had a good day. My first Animal Rights demo. Did anyone else get dwon there?
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    Jill's Day 2006

    http://www.geocities.com/jillsday2005/dover2006.html

    Anyone planning on going?

    I may be heading down from London. :)
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    Re: Viva!s Incredible Veggie Roadshows

    Hey, do you HAVE to book your ticket before you go, or can you buy on the door? Me and a mate are planning to go to the London one.
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    Re: London got the Olympics

    The Parisians were well pissed off though. In response to yesterday's bombs, the mayor of Paris said 'we are all Londoners at the moment' and I was thinking, 'yeah, you wish'.

    Unfortunately...
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    London got the Olympics

    Ah well. I wanted Paris to get it. :(
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    Sticky: Re: Vegan view on eggs

    Or take a leaf out of Prescott's own book, and just throw a punch.
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    Re: My lad's school trip to a farm...

    :D I just imagine you in a trenchcoat and a trilby, with dark glasses, sidling up to people and whispering things like 'it will become a beefburger soon' or 'the dew sits lightly on the plains of...
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    Re: Casualty on 19th March

    BBC never got back to me either, the bastards.
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    Re: Casualty on 19th March

    Huh, fucking idiots.
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    Re: Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)

    Either.



    Perhaps. But what does that mean for the farmers and economies who have come to rely on the GM crops?



    In college. It makes sense to me. If your plants are resistant, what's the...
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    Re: Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)

    There are also fears about 'superbugs'. And damaging the ecosystem further than just the one species of butterfly. And plants GM'd for herbicide resistance can encourage spraying of MORE herbicides...
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    Poll: Re: What's your blood group?

    I gave blood yesterday. Don't know my blood group though, I suppose I find out next time I go? It didn't hurt, at all. It actually felt pretty nice. Then again I have always liked things like that,...
  22. Re: Why weren't you vegan before you became vegan?

    I was not vegan for thirteen years because I didn't know the cows and chickens suffered in the dairy and egg industries. You know, I ate free reange eggs and I thought it was okay. Plus I didn't know...
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    Re: Pogo Cafe - London

    And who are Helen and Dave?

    Oh, I should really go there at some point, it's only in Hackney right? Pretty close. I have just never got around to it. :rolleyes:
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    Re: How many vegans?

    :o Sorry! I can make no excuses for that, I read UK as England.

    There seem to be a few people on this board from Scotland and Wales, I'm sure they all want to kill me now... :(
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    Re: How many vegans?

    I don't know, there's about 250,000 people living in my borough alone. I don't see why there couldn't be 250,000 vegans in England.
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    Sticky: Re: Vegan Eggs!

    Seriously, read that thread and add comments to it because all of this stuff has been said already. :)

    xxx
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    Re: Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)

    Yeah, that would be good, and no, you can't put a blanket label. But at the moment there is no regulation (though they were trying for a ban on human cloning, maybe that has been passed) and really...
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    Re: Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)

    Yes, but by then it might be too late. Look at DDT, that was supposed to be fantastic when it was developed. Sometime in the 70s a ban was placed on any GM activity and lifted after two years because...
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    Re: Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)

    Veganblue, it just concerns me, all this GM stuff, having studied the balance of ecosystems and stuff in the previous unit. You know, like it looked as if a species was dying out so they took...
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    Sticky: The Times- The Dairy News

    An article in The Times today claiming dairy is an ineffectual way of providing calcium for your bones. 'dairy foods and meat can even promote a leaching of calcium from the bones.'
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    Sticky: Re: Vegan view on eggs

    Me too. Haven't you read my last few posts?
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    Sticky: :o Thanks, I think you're doing okay as you are! ...

    :o Thanks, I think you're doing okay as you are!

    Basically the whole thing seems to still be going round in circles at the moment though, we could all just copy and paste all our old posts and...
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    Like the site. I think it has some serious points...

    Like the site. I think it has some serious points though, I do worry sometimes that I consider myself superior to others occasionally because of my veganism (until very recently I'm the only vegan I...
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    Sticky: Sniv- thanks for your earlier post, I found it...

    Sniv- thanks for your earlier post, I found it really engaging and I've just got round to scrolling back and finding it in order to write a reply. :)



    I'm pretty sure they use incubators yeah....
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    Sticky: Eurgh. I've tasted chicken poo. It's not nice. ...

    Eurgh. I've tasted chicken poo. It's not nice.

    I think it's basically ammonia, it's very alkali anyway.

    That's why I wouldn't want to eat it. It'd burn you all the way down, probably. If it did...
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    Sticky: Re eggs and health: I've found this article:...

    Re eggs and health: I've found this article: http://babies.sutterhealth.org/health/healthinfo/reutershome_top.cfm?fx=article&id=21202
    which is like the most recent piece of research I think, at...
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    Sticky: Oh yeah Sniv your hairball thing. I know this...

    Oh yeah Sniv your hairball thing. I know this misses the point, just as saying 'but it's a chicken period' misses the point, but personally I find hairballs vile. No way would I go picking through...
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    Sticky: Sorry Sniv and Kelzie, missed all your posts as I...

    Sorry Sniv and Kelzie, missed all your posts as I was too busy typing my loooong reply... :o

    Thanks for all your information about hens. I think it's fascinating. :) I read a study the other day,...
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    Sticky: :) Thanks for all the points everyone. Much...

    :) Thanks for all the points everyone. Much appreciated.



    Hmm. When my cat throws up, I find it ethically acceptable to clear away his vomit, or, if it is in the garden, bury it. However if...
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    Sticky: Yes, but eating the eggs doesn't hurt, and a lot...

    Yes, but eating the eggs doesn't hurt, and a lot of people are not going to just give money to centres for rescued chickens. The eggs can be a vital means of funding these places.
    Also they can be...
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