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Why go vegan?

Postby cowthing » Jun 16, 2006 5:54 pm

Umm, why would you want to? Seams stuipid unless it's for medical or you just don't like the taste.

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Postby WarChild » Jun 19, 2006 8:21 am

I'll give you a hint.
Pick up something which you can say about yourself.
For example - you eat (no matter what).
Ask yourself why you do this and try to answer.

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Postby AndyBa » Oct 6, 2006 10:46 am

cowthing wrote:Umm, why would you want to? Seams stuipid unless it's for medical or you just don't like the taste.


So you think it is correct to do everything you may like?
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Re: Why go vegan?

Postby WarChild » Oct 9, 2006 7:00 am

AndyBa wrote:So you think it is correct to do everything you may like?

Absolutely.

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Postby AndyBa » Oct 9, 2006 10:43 pm

Does it mean it's ok when someone rapes a child, just because he likes doing it?

:-?

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Postby WarChild » Oct 10, 2006 7:17 am

AndyBa wrote:Does it mean it's ok when someone rapes a child, just because he likes doing it?

:-?


Carefully read your previous question one more time. It is ok for that person since he is doing it.

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Postby AndyBa » Oct 11, 2006 12:58 pm

Yeah, and it defenitly is not OK for the child and his parents.

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Postby WarChild » Oct 12, 2006 7:09 am

AndyBa wrote:Yeah, and it defenitly is not OK for the child and his parents.

This is true as well.

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Postby MomoPeach » Oct 23, 2006 2:45 am

AndyBa, why do you have to use examples for everything...?

I bet you sit there for hours brainstorming good examples.

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Postby MomoPeach » Nov 22, 2006 3:44 am

You sit there all day probably thinking up things to put on here.

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Postby lunarflowermaiden » Feb 1, 2007 1:16 am

MomoPeach wrote:You sit there all day probably thinking up things to put on here.


Yet you are on a vegan forum but despise vegans... :confused1:
At least AndyBa makes intelligent arguments and always has something worthwhile to say.

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Postby WarChild » Feb 1, 2007 8:27 am

Guys, nobody's going to hell if he stops being vegan. And nobody's going to heaven if he makes someone else stop being vegan. So please stop pestering eachother because this is hilarious :)

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Postby Backwood » Feb 1, 2007 12:48 pm

WarChild wrote:Guys, nobody's going to hell if he stops being vegan. And nobody's going to heaven if he makes someone else stop being vegan. So please stop pestering eachother because this is hilarious :)


LoooOOOooL. :lol:
Good point!!

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Postby lunarflowermaiden » Feb 2, 2007 4:22 pm

I'll stop pestering MomoPeach...if you give me a cookie :tongue3:.

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Postby ChrisCrossCMP » Feb 2, 2007 8:39 pm

You have to admit, AndyBa puts forth a great arguement.

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Postby WarChild » Feb 5, 2007 8:27 am

lunarflowermaiden wrote:I'll stop pestering MomoPeach...

So you admit you were doing it on purpose :P

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Postby AndyBa » Feb 5, 2007 11:22 am

MomoPeach wrote:You sit there all day probably thinking up things to put on here.

If I just had the all day to put things on here... there would be 100 times as many messages written by me :)

lunarflowermaiden, :lol: what kind of cookies do you like? :D

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Postby BigBecka » Feb 10, 2007 11:44 am

Meh, guilty as charged - she's such great target practice! I've actually learned a few facts posting replies to MomoPeach :)

Now can I have a cookie too? Pistachio or raisin please :D

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Postby lunarflowermaiden » Feb 10, 2007 6:48 pm

Peanut butter cookies are my fav. I am a peanut butter addict :). BigBecka, of course you can have a cookie! I love pistachio and raisin cookies, as well :D.

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Postby AndyBa » Feb 20, 2007 10:49 pm

I too like peanut butter :) I can eat a small pot in one day :)
Did you try it with celery and raisins?
But who would give me a cookie if I stop pestering MomoPeach? :D

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Postby BigBecka » Feb 20, 2007 11:00 pm

Did you try it with celery and raisins?
No? :o Will have to try that :D

I could cook you some cookies, but I wouldn't be allowed to post them to you (some food exporting rules). So I would have to eat them for you too :D

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Postby ChrisCrossCMP » Feb 21, 2007 1:21 am

I'll bake every kind of vegan cookie imaginable in a beautiful vegan celebration if MomoPeach would go away :D

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Postby AndyBa » Feb 21, 2007 1:43 am

I don't want MomoPeach to go away. It just wouldn't be the same without her. :) no flames.. everyone agrees.. a bit boring..

And I believe that she might learn something here... that's what is this forum for after all.
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Postby AndyBa » Feb 21, 2007 1:52 am

BigBecka wrote:
Did you try it with celery and raisins?
No? :o Will have to try that :D

Just cut the celery sticks in 2-3 inches pieces. Put some peanut butter on them and some raisins above. It is served like desert. I tried it recently at my brothers house and was amazed myself. Very interesting taste imho.

BigBecka wrote:I could cook you some cookies, but I wouldn't be allowed to post them to you (some food exporting rules). So I would have to eat them for you too :D

That's a pity. Then I must visit you someday :D will have a friendly sparing.. eat some cookies :lol: get drank, I understood you can brew nice beer... :drunken:

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Postby BigBecka » Feb 21, 2007 6:44 pm

I'll bake every kind of vegan cookie imaginable in a beautiful vegan celebration if MomoPeach would go away
:laughing3: :laughing3: :laughing3: :laughing3: :laughing3: :laughing3:
But I agree with Andy - I learned a few things replying to MomoPeach, though I'm sure it wasn't her intention to make me more vegan :laughing6:

will have a friendly sparing.. eat some cookies get drank, I understood you can brew nice beer...
That sounds nice :D You will have to come to the Glastonbury Festival next year or something? Maybe we could have a vegtalk meet-up, halfway between where everyone lives? Second thoughts, that could be a long way... :blah5:

The beer can be a little variable... experimental... :wink: but most of the time it's nice :drunken:

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Postby ChrisCrossCMP » Feb 24, 2007 1:54 am

well maybe if she wasn't so negative I wouldn't have to be disgust

I'll bake us some vegan treats anyway!!
I'm crazy for peanut butter it's my fave food.
Vegan peanut butter cookies....hmmmm...

I don't do enough baking!!

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Postby BigBecka » Feb 24, 2007 9:43 pm

I'll bake us some vegan treats anyway!!
Yay! :D

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Postby lunarflowermaiden » Feb 24, 2007 10:24 pm

ChrisCrossCMP wrote:well maybe if she wasn't so negative I wouldn't have to be disgust

I'll bake us some vegan treats anyway!!
I'm crazy for peanut butter it's my fave food.
Vegan peanut butter cookies....hmmmm...

I don't do enough baking!!


Peanut butter is one of my favorite foods, as well. Sounds like vegan peanut butter cookies would be best since we're all peanut butter fanatics here :). Vegan peanut butter cookies for everyone :cheers:.

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Postby ChrisCrossCMP » Feb 26, 2007 4:11 pm

*squeals with joy* :D

Is there a vegan cream cheese?
Peanut butter and cream cheese go GREAT together...but I'm hoping there's a vegan cream cheese so you can try it [[and I can continue to eat it when I'm finally 18]]!!

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Postby BigBecka » Feb 26, 2007 6:46 pm

Cream cheese? :o I haven't tried that one... :) There is a brand called Tofutti (lurking on a UK mail order site) that do a soy-based "Better than Cream Cheese," and if you to www.tofutti.com , they have a store-finder for you lucky people in the US :D

I haven't tried the tofutti (just looking at website, they do soy ice-cream too :laughing5: ) but I'm not a huge fan of fake cheese, with the exception of vegan parmesan. I've found you can use silken tofu instead - it's the same sort of consistency as mozzarella and can be scrambled, though it can be a bit bland if you're used to cheese :wink:

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Postby lunarflowermaiden » Feb 27, 2007 3:09 am

I just thought that I'd mention that I was on Tofutti's website a few days ago searching for local stores that carry their products and luckily found a couple! I used to be an extreme cheese-lover before going vegan, and I've been craving it lately (especially cream cheese). The store that is closest to me is about 15 min. away from where I live, so I am planning on heading up there soon to buy all of the cream cheese in stock :lol:. I have never tried their products before, so I can't give you an opinion yet, ChrisCross, but I would suggest trying them out if you have any local stores that carry their products. I have heard a lot of good comments about them! By the way, I love peanut butter with cream cheese, too. It sounds as though you and I have the same taste in food :D.

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Postby ChrisCrossCMP » Feb 27, 2007 4:01 pm

really, you haven't lived until you've had peanut butter and cream cheese. Especially with a Starbucks Frappuccino to go along with it....*drools*

Oh man, when I'm vegan I'll miss my Frappuccino's. But I've convinced myself that I can make my own, using soymilk. How hard can it be? :lol:

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Postby BigBecka » Feb 27, 2007 9:20 pm

I think Starbucks use soy milk if you ask (unless it's one of those things they only do in Europe...) I prefer soy milk anyway :D But it contains different nutrients to milk, if you crave frappucinno maybe you subconsciously want a mineral or protein? I'm no doctor... I went a bit soy mad when I first tried going vegan :scratch: and ended up not eating properly :) But I believe a soy frappuccino can be created :D

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Postby ChrisCrossCMP » Mar 2, 2007 2:34 am

Oh yes I have coffee with soy milk in it all the time :D

But when I say Frappuccino I'm refering to the bottled Frappuccino [[they come in mocha, coffee, vanilla, and strawberries & creme as flavors]]. It'd be a miracle if they had soy bottled 'fraps'

And by the way YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME. ALL OF YOU. YOU ROCK!

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Postby BigBecka » Mar 2, 2007 4:16 pm

Oh, I know the things you mean... [pause to feel out of touch :wink: ]

Well, you could always send Starbucks an email :protest: these big companies are usually looking for new ideas to get a competitive edge, and tend to have feedback / comments sections on their websites. And they have some stiff competition from Costa and Cafe Nero at the moment :D I've sent a few suggestions to companies before: sometimes they ignore you, but sometimes they do take your comments on board (I - and probably a few other people - got Wetherspoons to go vegan friendly at one point! They don't seem to have kept it up though :( Maybe it's time to bug them again :lol: )

Hey, YOU ROCK TOO :thumbup:

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Postby lunarflowermaiden » Mar 3, 2007 2:50 am

I just tried Tofutti's cream cheese, and I have to say that it is not bad at all! I think that I actually like it better than regular cream cheese. I am going to attempt to make a vegan cheesecake soon :toothy4:.

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Postby AndyBa » Mar 3, 2007 9:28 pm

I don't know why but the word cream somehow associates in my mind with sex :oops:

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Postby lunarflowermaiden » Mar 5, 2007 4:49 am

AndyBa wrote:I don't know why but the word cream somehow associates in my mind with sex :oops:


I am sure that you're not the only one; you're just the only person who is brave enough to admit it :lol:.

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Postby AndyBa » Mar 6, 2007 9:13 pm

:lol: It's not bravery I just had nothing smarter to write :lol:

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Postby BigBecka » May 6, 2007 9:16 pm

I don't know why but the word cream somehow associates in my mind with sex
Ahem, I haven't been brave enough to continue this thread... :tard: Quick change of subject...

I've had a very boring bank holiday weekend, applying for a new job and playing with my new blender :D Anyhoo, I came across a frappucino recipe, and thought it would be easy to turn it vegan, if you had some soy ice-cream.
http://video.about.com/coffeetea/Penny- ... rappe.htm#

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Re: Why go vegan?

Postby trung277 » Apr 23, 2010 8:54 am

vegetarian is tough! can I do that?

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cowthing wrote:Umm, why would you want to? Seams stuipid unless it's for medical or you just don't like the taste.

It is actually a choice... It is for medical purposes in some ways... I don't see any point of stupidity, do you call it stupid to respect animal rights?

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Postby meign » Oct 12, 2010 6:18 am

10 Main Reasons for going VEGAN.

* 1) Animal products are unnecessary. There is no proof, what so ever, that a person must eat animal flesh or any by products of animals to be healthy, yet there is overwhelming proof that it truely is best not to!
* 2) What you eat is a learned habit.Different societies eat different things. Some people eat dog, yet most Americans would say that that is completely wrong and intolerable. Yet, what is the difference between killing a dog for food and killing a cow? A dog feels pain. A cow feels pain...
* 3) Much healthier to avoid meat and dairy products.
* 4) Much more environmentally friendly to eat a vegan diet.
* 5) Feed more people on a plant diet than animal based one.
* 6) Using animals is incredibly cruel. Why force any pain?
* 7) Religion/ spiritual reasons "Thou shalt not kill."
* 8) Saves money....Plant nutrition costs a lot less than animal based.
* 9) Reduces National debt.Americans spend between $60 billion and $120 billion annually to treat heart disease, cancer, obesity, and food poisoning that are primarily caused by animal based diets.
* 10) Vegan food tastes great!

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AndyBa wrote:I too like peanut butter :) I can eat a small pot in one day :)
Did you try it with celery and raisins?
But who would give me a cookie if I stop pestering MomoPeach? :D



I've heard of this snack. Lol, it is called ' ants on a log', lol...

Puts me in mind of that funny song, 'high hopes' wherein confident ants carry a rubber tree...

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Postby meign » Nov 4, 2010 1:31 am

snog wrote:I've heard of this snack. Lol, it is called ' ants on a log', lol...


Haven't heard of this snack yet... But we Filipinos love peanut butter... yummmmm

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Postby Trev » Dec 9, 2010 3:55 am

It’s a healthy choice

A balanced vegan diet (also referred to as a ‘plant-based diet’) meets many current healthy eating recommendations such as eating more fruit, vegetables and wholegrains and consuming less cholesterol and saturated fat. Balanced vegan diets are often rich in vitamins, antioxidants and fibre and can decrease the chances of suffering from diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke and some cancers. Well-planned plant-based diets are suitable for all age groups and stages of life.

It’s compassionate

Many people become vegan through concern at the way farmed animals are treated. Some object to the unnecessary ‘use’ and killing of animals – unnecessary as we do not need animal products in order to feed or clothe ourselves.

Public awareness of the conditions of factory-farmed animals is gradually increasing and it is becoming more and more difficult to claim not to have at least some knowledge of the treatment they endure. Sentient, intelligent animals are often kept in cramped and filthy conditions where they cannot move around or perform their natural behaviours. At the same time, many suffer serious health problems and even death because they are selectively bred to grow or produce milk or eggs at a far greater rate than their bodies are capable of coping with.

Regardless of how they were raised, all animals farmed for food meet the same fate at the slaughterhouse. This includes the millions of calves and male chicks who are killed every year as ‘waste products’ of milk and egg production and the animals farmed for their milk and eggs who are killed at a fraction of their natural lifespan. Choosing a vegan diet is a daily demonstration of compassion for all these creatures.

It’s better for the environment

Switching to a plant-based diet is an effective way for an individual to reduce their eco-footprint. Vegan diets can produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions than meat-based diets. A University of Chicago study found that the ‘typical’ US diet generates the equivalent of nearly 1.5 tonnes more carbon dioxide per person per year than a vegan diet. The livestock industry is responsible for 18% of global greenhouse gas emissions, more than the entire transport sector (which produces 13.5%), including aviation.

Plant-based diets only require around one third of the land and water needed to produce a typical Western diet. Farmed animals consume much more protein, water and calories than they produce, so far greater quantities of crops and water are needed to produce animal ‘products’ to feed humans than are needed to feed people direct on a plant-based diet. With water and land becoming scarcer globally, world hunger increasing and the planet’s population rising, it is much more sustainable to eat plant foods direct than use up precious resources feeding farmed animals.

Farming animals and growing their feed also contributes to other environmental problems such as deforestation, water pollution and land degradation.

It’s delicious

There are mouth-watering plant-based dishes from around the world: from India, vegetable curries and dhals; from the Far East, tofu stir fries; from Italy pastas and salads; from Turkey, hummus and babaghanoush; and from Mexico beans and tortillas… the list goes on!

Many familiar foods have vegan versions - vegans can enjoy pizza, vegan sausage and mash, casseroles and even chocolate cake. The variety of vegan food available in shops and restaurants is growing all the time – eating a vegan diet has never been easier.

Why not?

Choosing to live a life free from animal products means choosing a path that is kinder to people, animals and the environment. In fact, there are so many good reasons to reject meat, eggs and dairy products and so many delicious animal free alternatives that the real question is not ‘why vegan?’ but ‘why not?’.
(the above paragraphs were excerpted from the Vegan Society's website)

Amazing foods, amazing health, a peaceful world, what more reasons do you want?

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Postby mc001199 » Mar 10, 2012 12:01 pm

You shouldn't! Unless you want to be a fringe-dwelling, pinko-commie, hippie....

You should hunt and shoot animals for your own meat, that is the best option and the most healthiest, after all humans began as hunters!!!

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Re: Why go vegan?

Postby dragona » Apr 11, 2012 7:42 am

Very strange question, I think this problem everyone has different answers.

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Re: Why Go Vegan?

Postby lynch009 » Jun 13, 2012 1:28 am

tofutti? definitely I guess it's a tofu if I'm not mistaken. How's the taste of it?

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Postby lynch009 » Jun 14, 2012 3:47 am

You should try sometimes to be vegan means to be more healthier.

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Re: Why Go Vegan?

Postby lynch009 » Jun 15, 2012 2:40 am

To make me more healthier and more stronger!

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Postby lynch009 » Jun 18, 2012 1:46 am

You must try it, because its really taste delicious.

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Re: Why go vegan?

Postby lynch009 » Jun 19, 2012 2:42 am

To be more stronger and healthier and also fit.

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Re: Why go vegan?

Postby lynch009 » Jun 20, 2012 12:47 am

To become more stronger and healthier. :D

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Postby jameslee352 » Sep 12, 2012 12:37 pm

Vegetarians can list a number of reasons for their lifestyle choice, including better health, economic advantages, animal rights, ecological concerns, discovery of interesting and flavorful vegetables and grains, and more.

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The toilet will explode

Postby YukoLoveAmy » Sep 22, 2012 3:17 am

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The United States consumer product safety commission has received 304 complaints about toilet explosion, V.C. Royal Eagle replica watches including 14 cases even causing a certain harm to users

Vacheron Constantin Royal Eagle Power Reserve 47400.000R-9101 This company producing toilet equipment has built up a special website for users to search the product series no to distinguish whether the toilet flush device Vacheron Constantin Malte replica is in the series number to recall . The company at the same time also to provide the user a free maintenance

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Vacheron Constantin Jubilee 1755 replica It is estimated that there are 2.3 million users well be influenced by the recall . And in Canada there are about 9000 toilet need to recall Vacheron Constantin Jubilee 85250.000G-9141 1755 .


 


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