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    A well written article in Rolling Stone by Moby explaining why he is vegan

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    Here is a good read for the veggies out there.
    Is Israel Going to Be the First Vegan Nation?The Vegan Woman

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    i love my being a vegan never will go back ^^ !

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    Went through this whole thread, its quite interesting. Lots of good resources. Slowly, very slowly I am sliding towards plant based diet. I was on it last year and felt way better, but I slipped back out of it due to laziness. The peer pressure is annnoying as heck too.
    I am surprised this site hasn't been mentioned yet!
    Vega Recipe Center - Vegan Recipes and Plant-Based Meals

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    Vega and Brendan Brazier (the founder) do know quite a bit about vegan nutrition. Although I found some of the recipes a bit inaccessible. Seriously, where the hell do I find dulse and why does it cost 25 bucks a pound? I don't got time/money for that. I also wasn't the biggest fan of his book (it's called Thrive if you are so inclined). He made a lot of bold claims about veganism, he didn't back up with references (like saying its impossible for vegans to get cancer). But Vega's stuff is definitely a good resource if you're looking for some ideas on what you should incorporate into your diet and you realize its more marketing for his products which I hear are top notch.

    On a more positive note, the Engine 2 stuff is fantastic. I have yet to find a recipe I don't like from there (the wild rice tacos are aces). The Engine 2 Diet

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinShoes View Post
    Vega and Brendan Brazier (the founder) do know quite a bit about vegan nutrition. Although I found some of the recipes a bit inaccessible. Seriously, where the hell do I find dulse and why does it cost 25 bucks a pound? I don't got time/money for that. I also wasn't the biggest fan of his book (it's called Thrive if you are so inclined). He made a lot of bold claims about veganism, he didn't back up with references (like saying its impossible for vegans to get cancer). But Vega's stuff is definitely a good resource if you're looking for some ideas on what you should incorporate into your diet and you realize its more marketing for his products which I hear are top notch.

    On a more positive note, the Engine 2 stuff is fantastic. I have yet to find a recipe I don't like from there (the wild rice tacos are aces). The Engine 2 Diet
    Oh yeah, I take any claim with a grain of salt. I like feeling good, so I use that as my guide for my diet. If I eat meat I feel worse than when I don't, especially when I go a while without eating it.
    I did notice, living in the centre of the continent, vegetarian fare is hard to come by...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinShoes View Post
    ... he didn't back up with references (like saying its impossible for vegans to get cancer). ...The Engine 2 Diet
    He may be basing that statement on a research paper and series of meta-data analysis from T. Collin Campbell that's pretty startling in it's implication of casein being a key factor in the creation of foci. He wrote a book called "The China Study" which is well cited and a great read. Highly recommend.
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    +1 on the China study!

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    ++1 on the China Study.

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    I'm trying to find some good quick and easy meals/recipes, anyone want to post up what they eat on a daily basis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua_B View Post
    I'm trying to find some good quick and easy meals/recipes, anyone want to post up what they eat on a daily basis?
    Varies very little for me but here it goes going to sound boring:

    Im no expert been Vegan 1 1/2 yr. But heres what works for me

    Bananas 7-10 for a meal

    Cereal that is made of mostly Corn add in some sugar about 600 cals worth

    1 cup Quaker Oatmeal 1/2 cup almond milk 1/2 cup water tsp cinnamon, tsp sugar, handful raisins let soak over night. Microwave next morning add in cut up banana or strawberries

    Apples 3 for snacks throughout day

    Rice and Black Beans about 3 cups cooked rice 1 cup beans

    Sweet Corn is always good

    Dates for pre-ride meals

    Whole watermelons eat alot of melon this time of year

    Grapes, blueberries, any fruit really

    Salads quick spring mix from sams or costco just add some fat free dairy free dressing

    Baked potatoes without all the dairy, I do green onions and some salt

    Make sure your getting your calories and sugars

    Wife makes alot of vegan dinners from here: Vegan Recipes by Angela Liddon | Oh She Glows

    She just got her cookbook and pretty good. I get on her for the ones that use oil thought to try and not use it.

    And if you havent done so check out durianriders on youtube. He has a 30 day what he eats to stay lean like a kenyan series.

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    Thanks you eat about like me, as I was reading your post I thought of durianrider. I following him on youtube. Ya he has some really cool vids that are very informative, thanks for your reply.

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    This supermarket came Up with a brilliant way to keep food from going to waste

    The French supermarket chain Intermarche started selling imperfect, unattractive fruits and vegetables at a 30% discount over the pretty ones, to raise awareness about food waste (these are generally thrown out). They also sold soups and juices made from them.

    It's a smart way to steer people to food quality, rather than its appearance.


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    Maybe an american supermarket chain should follow..... Great idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua_B View Post
    I'm trying to find some good quick and easy meals/recipes, anyone want to post up what they eat on a daily basis?
    Check out my wife's blog...good eats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua_B View Post
    I'm trying to find some good quick and easy meals/recipes, anyone want to post up what they eat on a daily basis?
    I know I'm probably zombifying this thread, but I just found it. In the last 2 years I've gone from eating 1-2 lbs of meat a day + whey protein shakes to completely plant based. I was outwardly fit but lethargic and had other problems.

    These days I rarely have food comas and my recovery ability is stupid. During the summer I was doing upwards of 10 hours/wk on the bike, + lifting 3 time a week. I did my biggest ride ever at age 40. So yeah, I'm a believer in the health benefits and as an animal/nature lover this is really a no brainer.

    In terms of what you eat, you want some easy stuff? I'm super busy at work and have 2 toddlers so best believe I'm not spending hours cooking. Some of this stuff is pure fuel and so don't expect gourmet. But I follow a relatively higher carb, high-ish protein and lower fat vegan diet.

    Breakfast- Dave's Killer bread + homemade almond butter. 1 cup coconut milk w/1 scoop vega sport protein, 1 apple

    Mid-morning-2 cups kale, 1 cup coconut milk, 1 whole banana, 1 cup frozen fruit, 2 tbsp hemp hearts, 1 tbsp flaxseed, 1 tbsp chia seeds, 12 oz water. (The dry stuff is pre-mixed, I just dump everything in the blendtec and hit the smoothie button, booyah!)

    Lunch-1 can of black or kidney beans, 1 cup steamfresh veggies with a little bit of sriracha for spice.

    Post workout-1 cup frozen fruit, 1 scoop vega sport

    Dinner-1 can black beans, 1 cup steamfresh veggies, 1 field roast fake sausage (****in sue me, need moar protein)

    Evening snack-2 scoops orgain protein powder, 1 cup coconut milk. 1/4 cup almonds

    If I'm still hungry in there I'll snack on fruit or baby carrots + hummus. Maybe an extra sandwich. Any of these meals is under 5 minutes, so there you go.

    After a big ride or leg day I'll have brown rice pasta.

    For reference I'm 5'11" and 170-175 lbs.

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    You're eating well. I eat lots of pintos and pasta. Crock pot is my trail to the burrito, tastier and cheaper than canned beans. Find your own path in seasoning. I use salt, chile powder, onions, garlic, basil and some baking powder for antigas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abegold View Post
    You're eating well. I eat lots of pintos and pasta. Crock pot is my trail to the burrito, tastier and cheaper than canned beans. Find your own path in seasoning. I use salt, chile powder, onions, garlic, basil and some baking powder for antigas.
    How long do you put the beans in for to avoid mushiness?

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    Thanks. I get into a rut and eat the same stuff over and over, just have no originality, need some more recipes for variety.

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    I let pintos soak for 4 or more hours and cook for 6-8, depending on whether 1 or 2 pounds of beans. Garbanzos are more firm. Found lentils to be too gassy to be social.
    Even my dogs love burritos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abegold View Post
    and some baking powder for antigas.
    Really? I've never heard that? I'll have to try it...
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    Happy New Year vegans and vegetarians. Hope you all kiss someone special and that you have abundant strength and good health. Let's make 2015 the best year ever for ALL beings.

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    I like Progressive Lentil soup (the Vegetarian one, not the one with sausage) and I add frozen baby kale and cooked shredded carrots if I have them, and serve over brown rice. Filling and delicious, and best of all, easy, especially as I use frozen rice.

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    Amy's brand make some really good soup and chili as well! Get it while its hot!

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    More like get it while it is on sale! Amy's is good stuff indeed, we have it every Friday night as a sub for quick meal w/o having to go to any lengths to get something yummy in the tummy.
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    Happy 70th Birthday to vegetarian Bob Marley, born Feb. 6, 1945. He died of cancer Nov 5, 1981 "Me only have one ambition y'know, I only have one thing I'd really like to see happen. I like to see mankind live together. Black, White, Chinese, everyone. That's all."
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    2+ years Vegan now. Long over due. NEVER felt better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiceBrnr View Post
    2+ years Vegan now. Long over due. NEVER felt better.
    Congrats! I think that's amazing... certainly not easy
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    Vegan Humor lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abegold View Post
    ...and some baking powder for antigas.
    that's like taking a shower with a raincoat on!

    another nice thing about crockpotting your own beans is the ability to control the amount and type of salt.

    sea salt is good for the body, providing lots of micronutrients (80+). the process of kiln-firing table salt removes most of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Congrats! I think that's amazing... certainly not easy
    Thank you. It's not easy at all, public wise. Morally and ethically its a no brainer.they say we're 2% of the population. I say we're the best 2%.

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    Here's an interesting concept:

    The New York Times best-selling author, physician Dr. Mark Hyman, MD, shares his interesting point of view on the debate. "Vegan diet studies show they help with weight loss, reverse diabetes and lower cholesterol. Paleo diets seem to do the same thing." His answer? "Why I am a Pegan—or Paleo-Vegan—and Why You Should Be Too"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    How did I know more meat eaters would chime in than vegetarians?
    You may have set yourself up with the NRA comment. When you post presuming your audience will be close-minded, generally it becomes a self-fulfilling proficy. As far as recipes goes Dueling Chefs, Dueling Chefs - University of Nebraska Press, has some of my favorites from Maggie's Vegitarian Cafe. I try real hard not to eat meat raised commercially (just because), but I do put my NRA membership to use several seasons a year. Want real organic anything, you gotta get it yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
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    Here's an interesting concept:

    The New York Times best-selling author, physician Dr. Mark Hyman, MD, shares his interesting point of view on the debate. "Vegan diet studies show they help with weight loss, reverse diabetes and lower cholesterol. Paleo diets seem to do the same thing." His answer? "Why I am a Pegan—or Paleo-Vegan—and Why You Should Be Too"

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    I think he means a Vegan and Paleo or Viggo.
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    At first I was like yes... be free... then aw no!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forster View Post
    I think he means a Vegan and Paleo or Viggo.
    Viggo Mortenson is vegetarian... not too shabby
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    Love it or hate it. Interesting recent article about tofu


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Love it or hate it. Interesting recent article about tofu


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    Couldn't get it to open. Generally we avoided most soy with our son over concerns about the levels of estrogens and psuedo-estrogens ( https://www.drmcdougall.com/misc/200...50400pusoy.htm ), and we're not vegetarians by any stretch of the imagination. We do see the health benefit of a varied diet and reduced meat-protein consumption. My new favorite is Nut-Meat tacos, which we make by substituting walnuts and pecans (with a little olive oil) for hamburger. You don't "brown" the chopped nuts, but otherwise the recipe is the same as any other taco. The first time my son ate these he didn't even know it wasn't hamburger. Low-tech is the best approach.
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    Leonard Nimoy R.I.P. was vegetarian. Mr.Spock was probably the first ‪vegan‬ character in TV history (if one doesn't count Bugs Bunny!). Nimoy's final tweet was poignant: "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory. LLAP."

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    Sunday vegan funnies

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    When I first saw that this thread existed I got excited, then I read through the first page and was kind of disappointed.. glad I skipped to the last pages I have been vegan for a year now and living mainly raw, eating wholefoods only and have never felt better in my whole life!

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    Awesome! The earth could use a lot more Vegans. We are the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisismiawallace View Post
    When I first saw that this thread existed I got excited, then I read through the first page and was kind of disappointed.. glad I skipped to the last pages I have been vegan for a year now and living mainly raw, eating wholefoods only and have never felt better in my whole life!
    I think the first page of the thread underscores how much food (particularly meat eating) is culture based, particularly in the US. I personally enjoy the shit talking and love firing back and forth in a friendly way. I crack jokes on the paleo guys all the time. Oh, you can eat a pound of bacon and butter in your coffee but my brown rice, beans and broc is the unhealthy dish? Haha!

    Reading back about vegan in the center part of the country? I travel a lot for work (25% or so on the road) all over the country. Really it's only the convenience vegan branded food that's harder to get. I just make sure to get a hotel room with a fridge and microwave. Staples are:

    Steamable pre-cooked brown rice
    Canned beans
    Pre-cooked lentils
    Steam in bag veggies
    Fruit
    Oatmeal
    Nuts
    Some kind of sauce (verde for mexican style stuff is a fav or sriracha)

    Eating out chipotle is everywhere and if not a generic mexican place. Thai and viet restaurants are always a solid choice. If you're at a steakhouse just order a giant salad and baked potato.

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    Philanthropist Sam Simon, co-creator of The Simpsons, has lost his battle with colon cancer. He was a passionate animal advocate, Sam Simon, passed away after giving away millions to animal organizations. After being diagnosed, he started buying zoos and circuses to free animals. R.I.P. Sam (June 6, 1955 – March 8, 2015).

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    WOW. Richard Branson to launch Vegan America in what may be the biggest story of the year. Minds Blown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
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    I'll hold off on the mind blowing until he converts his jets to bio-fuels. He's probably the person to move that project forward. It just so happens that you can make a bio-diesel from Castor Beans that doesn't gel and could be used in jets. Since roughly 1/3 the bio-diesel refineraries are sitting idle (due to soybean prices), using a non-food crop that can be raised less impactfully (can grow in poor soil with no chemicals and very little water) makes great sense. It would be perfect if they could hybrid it to lose it's toxicity and make it easier to harvest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forster View Post
    I'll hold off on the mind blowing until he converts his jets to bio-fuels. He's probably the person to move that project forward. It just so happens that you can make a bio-diesel from Castor Beans that doesn't gel and could be used in jets. Since roughly 1/3 the bio-diesel refineraries are sitting idle (due to soybean prices), using a non-food crop that can be raised less impactfully (can grow in poor soil with no chemicals and very little water) makes great sense. It would be perfect if they could hybrid it to lose it's toxicity and make it easier to harvest.
    I'm also holding off my mind blowing once I hear this is confirmed on a day that isn't April 1st...

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