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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    what wonderful foodie pics - i really shouldn't look at this thread on an empty stomach!
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    Re: Taunton Free Vegan Food Fair 2012

    Hello Gertie!!!!

    PM me - long time no see.

    Cedar
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    Re: Vegan Cheese

    i keep trying cheeze alternatives and have come to the conclusion that they are a waste of money for me really.

    i'm the only one who would eat them and i can't eat a whole block myself.

    plus...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    mmmm that raw pie looks so yummy, jackie!
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    Re: What did you eat today? (14)

    fresh orange juice & cup of tea
    fresh pineapple & banana
    marmelade sandwich & coffee
    few roasted peanuts
    cup of tea
    open sandwich (salad on slice of homemade bread)
    homemade pizza & salad,...
  6. Re: Non-soya based quick kids meals - to share with omni friends? (UK)

    tomato rice soup.

    tin of chopped toms, handful of rice, bit of extra water & extra flavouring if you like eg dried herbs.
    let it all simmer gently in a pan till rice is cooked - yummy!


    or...
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    Re: Do we need fridges?

    on the recent 'river cottage veg' series, hugh visited a japanese couple with an allotment who follow the shojin ryori method of cooking and eating. he was shocked that they had no fridge.

    they...
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    Re: Toby Carvery Breakfast?

    i didn't even know they did breakfasts.

    i'd maybe take my own spread for the toast and have something like beans on toast, that's a respectable and non-unusual breakfast option.
    do they have any...
  9. Re: Smoothies, what did you have today? (or recently)

    today; fresh pineapple, banana, fresh cherries, a blob of plain soy yog and a dash of water to loosen it up. yum!
  10. Re: Pasar / Basar - what is it and where do I get it? (pakistani cooking ingredi

    looks interesting, i may purchase some myself.
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    Re: Jingle Pigs... and Cows and Sheep

    just lovely - thanks for posting the link!
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    Re: Bi Bim Bap

    sounds great, deserthorn!

    I got two japanese recipe books for christmas, one specifically is about temple cooking which is vegan. i'm looking forward to having a go.
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    Mt fave bit from the series was the Japanese Temple cooking item. The couple grew their own veg and only harvested what they needed that day and used it all up. They didn't have a fridge, which...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    oh my goodness me, as much as i love green salads, i am soooooo attracted to your rib-sticking, hearty, hot dishes here, firestorm!!

    mm mm mmmmmm! :D
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    Re: Cold intolerance anyone?

    i feel the cold and really hate drafts. i don't even like to be in the direction of a fan on a hot day, especially on my face.

    paying out for my electric blanket for the bed was the best 40 i...
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    Re: Food Hospital -Channel 4

    i did a vegan and veggie nutritional therapist diploma ages ago. although it's not an accredited diploma, i reckon i am more qualified than some docs.
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    Re: Food Hospital - Channel 4

    doctors are not nutritionists, although some may be enlightened regarding food as medicine.

    they are more chemists than anything, understanding the deficiency and result effect which needs...
  18. Re: Article - Fearnley-Whittingstall Embraces Veggie Meals

    i'm really enjoying this latest 'veg' series of hugh's, and i'm going to get the book for christmas.
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    Re: Food Hospital -Channel 4

    i watched it last night and i think it is pretty basic science and food nutrition knowledge. All the diets seemed sensible (sans the fish and flesh bits).

    i was thinking, cynically, that...
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    Re: What did you eat today? (13)

    well, i just had a simple but so tasty breakfast - sliced banana, chopped fresh pineapple, generous drizzle of maple syrup and generous sprinkle of cinnamon - yum!
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    WOW blueberries, i love the look of that oriental broth soup too!

    thanks for the pic and the link to the blog.
  22. Thread: Soya mince

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    Re: Soya mince

    oh right, the dehydrated mince, i see what you mean now.

    i've certainly never thought of making porridge from it, i'm not sure i could get over my idea that it is a 'savoury' product. without the...
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    Re: Japanese style packed, vegan lunches (bento)

    i love the little giraffe peeping out from the grass - what is that, a little fork type thing or just a toy? :)
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    Re: Pumpkin Problems???

    are there any aggravating problems? can you explain a little more please?
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    Re: Soya mince

    porridge from soya mince??

    are you talking about the savoury mince or something else?:confused:
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    oh my very goodness me!

    those rolls, that burger, those BUNS!!!!!!!! :D
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    Re: Designer makes dress from Yaks nipples

    that is truely disgusting!!
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    interesting - thanks!
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    mmmmm that mac and cheese looks gooooooood!

    ...and congrats from me too rubes! :) x
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    Re: Raw: Where to start?

    i'm not raw at the moment but i found that the hardest times were those 'snacky' times when i would have baked cookies and chips etc because more fruit just wouldn't do!

    i'm more easy on myself...
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    vanllem - what is that raspberry lunch you had there?
    homemade marshmallows?? - i'm impressed blueberries!!
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    Re: 70% Cocoa Chocolate

    70% is as dark as i like to go, just because of the buzziness i get after that, i don't like it.

    my husband has bought a higher content from a supermarket, i'll check where it's from and if it's...
  33. Re: UK vegan wheat-free alternatives to Quorn chicken pieces?!

    ersatz = used instead of something else, alternative etc.....

    i think that tinned tofu is vile - slippery and squeaky...sorry:eek:

    ....and too much gravy...
  34. Re: Commercial "luxury" vegan biscuits/cookies

    now let me see, nairn oatcakes or chocolate covered bourbon biscuits......hmmmm.......;)
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    what a simply WONDERFUL idea!!!!!!! :D
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    Re: Pictures of good vegan food you've eaten! (2)

    mmmm firestorm, i'm liking the look of your overnight oats and tofu yung, is it a kind of tofu 'omelette'?
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    Re: Thoughts on animal-assisted therapy

    the 'use' word is very emotive and has all sorts of connotations.

    one can argue that riding lessons for mentally or physically disabled people is 'using' the horse for the physical or emotional...
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    Re: E. coli and sprouts

    like cobweb, i must admit to avoiding beansprouts for now - which is a real shame as i adore them and we made a lot of asian food. i am even a bit jittery about sprouting my own :(
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    Re: How do you view vegetarians?

    i view veggies with compassion as........getting there.

    i was veggie for 16yrs - and i got there finally!
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