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    Re: Appetite for Reduction

    That's because they're written for our American friends ;)

    Nah, I'm making a very lazy joke about 1 & 3, but it does explain point number 2. I think Isa lives in New York, where the variety and...
  2. Thread: Astroturfing

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    Re: Astroturfing

    To be fair, I very much doubt that any anti-veg*n comments are astroturfing. They simply don't need to be!

    There's enough casual anti-veg*n attitudes in everyday life, and we all know that the...
  3. Re: Both mum & I are transitioning, but seeing things differently; help please!

    I can sympathise with both you and your mum's viewpoints, but I think your mum probably made the right decision.

    You're right in that there's no further harm in consuming the food that would...
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    Re: What are some of your favorite unexpected effects of your veganism?

    As a counter to the original question, here are my least favourite unexpected effects :)

    1 - I have forgotten 90% of food prep hygiene rules,
    2 - After 6 months, none of my family, friends,...
  5. Re: Why do you think omnivores don't turn vegans sooner ?

    I'm not sure that it's just laziness that stops people going vegan. Being "lazy" implies that that particular non-vegan realises there's a problem to begin with.

    I know for me, it was because I've...
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    Re: Favorite vegan breakfast? (2)

    My favourite breakfast/brunch is
    - vegan sausage-mix patties (the dry mix that you add water to)
    - baked beans
    - fried mushrooms (in veg oil, with a teaspoon of dried herbs)
    - tomatoes (fresh...
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    Re: Food past its sell by date

    Yeah, we buy quite a lot of food that's passed the "Best Before" date. There are even shops and websites that specialise in short- and out-dated food.

    Dry and tinned foods particularly seem to...
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    Re: Variety in Vegetable Intake

    Curry!

    Indian or Thai curries are great for "hiding" vegetables you don't like. And you can put virtually anything in them. We normally buy those tubs of Thai curry paste which work out at about...
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