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    Sources of calcium

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    Interesting article about labratory cheese

    Cow Milk Without the Cow Is Coming to Change Food Forever | WIRED
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    Looks grosser than real chesse if that's possible.

    But I do know some people are hung up about cheese.

    Update for me, I've pretty much cut all the fake meat out of my diet. Not as a conscious step, just been eating other stuff and haven't bothered to buy it. LBM and bodyweight unchanged.

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    Not directly related to vegetarian/vegan nutrition but it is about raising awareness about packaged of food and storage.

    I try to eat as much fresh whenever possible but now I'll be mindful of BPA -free containers

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Not directly related to vegetarian/vegan nutrition but it is about raising awareness about packaged of food and storage.

    I try to eat as much fresh whenever possible but now I'll be mindful of BPA -free containers

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    Apparently there's an issue with Keurig K-Pods too. On a side note, my wife's been making nut-meat tacos lately with rehydrated sun-dried tomatoes that are killer. My son tried them the first time and didn't notice that there was no meat until she told him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forster View Post
    Apparently there's an issue with Keurig K-Pods too. On a side note, my wife's been making nut-meat tacos lately with rehydrated sun-dried tomatoes that are killer. My son tried them the first time and didn't notice that there was no meat until she told him.
    Good stuff Forster!
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    More info graphics good stuff

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    I became vegan almost four years ago so that I could reverse type 2 diabetes. I have been off all diabetic medication now for 3 1/2 years because of it.
    I thought I might share my vegan cornbread recipe with y'all. I do use honey in it but I do list alternatives if you don't eat honey.

    Vegan Cornbread
    Ingredients:

    4 tablespoons ground flax seeds
    3/4 cup HOT water
    1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
    2 1/2 cups cornmeal
    2 tablespoons honey or agave or 1/4 cup of sugar (more if you like it sweeter)
    5 teaspoons baking powder
    2 teaspoons salt
    2 cups soy milk or almond milk (unsweetened)
    1/4 cup olive oil
    1 ½ tablespoons of margarine (Smart Balance)
    Servings: 9

    Directions:

    1 Preheat oven to 425°F

    2 Put cast iron skillet in oven while preheating.

    3 Put the HOT water into a small bowl, stir in the ground flaxseed, let sit until thickened, stirring occasionally, then set aside.

    4 In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, cornmeal, , baking powder, and salt until well-combined.

    5 Add the ground flax seed mixture, soy milk, honey or sugar and olive oil to the flour mixture.

    6 Beat just until smooth (do not overbeat.) Then let stand for 5 minutes.

    7 Remove skillet from oven. Melt 1 1/2 tablespoon margarine (Smart Balance) into skillet, coating the pan. Put mixture into skillet. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.

    8 Remove from oven and cover with dish towel until ready to serve. (about 10 minutes)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forster View Post
    On a side note, my wife's been making nut-meat tacos lately with rehydrated sun-dried tomatoes that are killer. My son tried them the first time and didn't notice that there was no meat until she told him.
    Is the recipe a family secret or are you allowed to share?
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    Quote Originally Posted by acer66 View Post
    Is the recipe a family secret or are you allowed to share?
    It's on walnut taco ?meat? | The Naked Avocado Heating is listed as optional, but it's better warmed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forster View Post
    It's on walnut taco ?meat? | The Naked Avocado Heating is listed as optional, but it's better warmed.
    Looks good, thank you.
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    Hello everyone I am a fellow vegetarian that just recently joined the forum! Lots of good info here!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmiester440 View Post
    Hello everyone I am a fellow vegetarian that just recently joined the forum! Lots of good info here!!
    Hay! Welcome aboard
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    I’ve been vegetarian/vegan/fruitarian/plant based for about 8 years. Straight-edge for over 3. I chose this lifestyle primarily for health reasons and it suits my training (high mileage cyclist & runner) with regards to fuel and recovery. Keeps me lean and feeling well overall. However, within the last month I have begun transitioning to eating seafood (salmon specifically) 2 or 3 times a month. The rest of my diet is ovo-lacto vegetarian with a HUGE amount of fruit.

    Dean Karnazes (Ultramarathon Man) said “Listen to everyone, follow no one.” I think this is increasingly important in today’s society. Don’t subscribe to labels as much as find your own true way. What works best for one person, may not for the next. At the same time, it’s important to educate ourselves to sustainability for our own health. Furthermore, I think it becomes a natural process (depending on ones level of activity) to eat cleaner when high level activity is required.

    I decided to post this for others who may be curious to eating this way for health reasons and/or those who may be considering transitioning back, as I have.

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    I’ve been vegetarian/vegan/fruitarian/plant based for about 8 years. Straight-edge for over 3. I chose this lifestyle primarily for health reasons and it suits my training (high mileage cyclist & runner) with regards to fuel and recovery. Keeps me lean and feeling well overall. However, within the last month I have begun transitioning to eating seafood (salmon specifically) 2 or 3 times a month. The rest of my diet is ovo-lacto vegetarian with a HUGE amount of fruit.

    Dean Karnazes (Ultramarathon Man) said “Listen to everyone, follow no one.” I think this is increasingly important in today’s society. Don’t subscribe to labels as much as find your own true way. What works best for one person, may not for the next. At the same time, it’s important to educate ourselves to sustainability for our own health. Furthermore, I think it becomes a natural process (depending on ones level of activity) to eat cleaner when high level activity is required.

    I decided to post this for others who may be curious to eating this way for health reasons and/or those who may be considering transitioning back, as I have.

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    been vegetarian for four years, never been fitter.

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    Good advice

    HOW TO STAY MOTIVATED TO EXERCISE

    Motivation comes from within and only you can keep your motivation strong to reach your goals
    So you have set your goals. Some may have set lofty goals with some small ones in between. Others may have a goal that has time constraints around it. Motivation needs to kick in to ensure you reach those goals but how do you stay motivated?

    Here are some quick tips to help you out:

    1. Set your goal

    2. Plan the strategy on how you are going to reach your goal. This may involve having friends and family get involved or it may be as simple as the days that you know you have available to train.

    3. Tell your family and friends what your goal(s) are and ask them to follow your progress. If you fall off the training wagon it's always good to have someone around to remind you to get back at it.

    4. Remind yourself daily why you set these goals. Whether you have a note that hangs over your desk or on your fridge. A constant reminder of the goal(s) that you set will ensure success.

    5. Enjoy! This isn't punishment although some days it will feel like it is. Remember that you are striving for something amazing. Enjoy the process. Stay positive.

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    I think ants avoid artificial sweeteners because it provides no nutrition. Humans are certainly the only creature to create non-nutritive food and likely the only creature to consume it. Of course the counter argument is that only humans use toilets, ride bikes, grind two almonds into a 1/2 gal of water add sugar and vanilla and call it "Almond Milk"..... But with the amount of hunger in the world, it seems a little counter productive to create "entertainment food" so we can eat without the benefit (or negative side affect) of eating.
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    Just a "Thanks" from someone who avoided veggies for decades.

    Don't remember who posted it but two in particular stand out. One was to find a "gateway" veg, and the other was to experiment with veggies in seasoning and olive oil.

    Should have listened earlier to Momma on Diet and Exercise, but apparently it's never too late to change. Thanks again for the tips. Mucho appreciated.

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    I heard on National Public Radio that you can't even count on "organic" pot anymore. What the world coming to when Marijuana growers turn "Corporate".
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    This doesn't have anything specifically to do with vegetarian or vegan (other than we likely eat more vegetables than others), but it is very intersting. It's an article about GMO's, but it's not the normal "GMOs are bad" simplistic answer. It brings up the research and history behind things, who developed them, who, if anyone is profiting from them, if you avoid GMOs are you really avoiding them and if you buy Organic are you really getting what you think...long but very insightful:

    Are GMOs safe? Yes. The case against them is full of fraud, lies, and errors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mabrodis View Post
    This doesn't have anything specifically to do with vegetarian or vegan (other than we likely eat more vegetables than others), but it is very intersting. It's an article about GMO's, but it's not the normal "GMOs are bad" simplistic answer. It brings up the research and history behind things, who developed them, who, if anyone is profiting from them, if you avoid GMOs are you really avoiding them and if you buy Organic are you really getting what you think...long but very insightful:

    Are GMOs safe? Yes. The case against them is full of fraud, lies, and errors.
    I think there are several parts to the debate (for lack of a better word). I eat pretty standard food. I don't shop at whole foods often because I'm not convinced they're enough better/more pure/greener/whatever to justify their prices. I do eat farmer's market and locally when I can because I think small farming may be the last bastion of family farming left in a few years. I would like to know where my food comes from and what's in it. I don't eat a vegan or vegetarian diet, but I don't have a steak everyday either and I won't eat farm-raised fish from Asia. GMOs? Almost every food we consume was hybred some way or another, we don't worry about Canola oil being the hybrid of Rapeseed, but the information is available. If you don't want GMOs I think you should be able to avoid them and labeling would help. I also would like lactose, peanuts, tree nuts, gluten and honey listed (if they're in a product).
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    I saw the movie, "fat, Sick and Almost Dead" on Netflix which was inspiring. I'm in no way fat but the diet has slid a little the last few months, I think I'm going to get back on with regular vegetable juicing again.

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    i did cut way back on meat. i typically only eat a few ounces on the weekends.
    we do not need that much protein...i think it beats up our kidneys.

    either way..i am also an avid bowhunter. gave up gun hunting in 2007. now i am almost a real vegetarian..if i only ate what i killed..i would be a bean, tofu, quinoa eating fool. i am not a good bowhunter.

    vegans? mad props to a dedicated Vegan. that is a commitment!!
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    Happy (Canadian) Thanksgiving

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    Portland tofu heist! The truck was eventually found, but the tofu is still on the loose.

    Portland thieves ditch stolen truck, but take huge haul of tofu | OregonLive.com


    "A witness told police he or she saw a man and a woman leave the truck"

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    Shouldn't be too hard to find. How many vegans are there in Portlandia? Six? I'd look for the two heavy-set vegans.
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    Maybe they thought the tofu was some sort of expensive building material, like a new type of insulation for new homes?

    Do any of you actually look at Tofu and think, Mmmm, I'm hungry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grok View Post
    Maybe they thought the tofu was some sort of expensive building material, like a new type of insulation for new homes?

    Do any of you actually look at Tofu and think, Mmmm, I'm hungry?
    Only when it is cooked at Pei Wei. They do tofu right.

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    How the Simpsons Forever changed the face of vegetarianism

    Slate names "Lisa the Vegetarian" a game-changer in the history of vegetarianism on TV.

    I remember when this episode aired in 1995. I was already a vegetarian for 15 years (those were the dark ages before vegetarian menus) and I was so excited that Lisa became vegetarian because the Simpsons was my favorite show...I thought it was the coolest thing ever.

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    The Simpsons? ?Lisa the Vegetarian? episode changed the image of vegetarians on TV.
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    The 5-digit PLU codes on produce do not tell you what is genetically modified or natural. This urban legend has circulated even on the best of websites.

    I got sent an article that informed that any number that starts with a “9” means that piece of produce is an organic good. Anything starting with a “3” or “4” means that it is grown conventionally. An “8” means the food has been genetically engineered.

    Apparently this is a myth

    PLU Codes Do Not Indicate Genetically Modified Produce*|*Jeffrey Smith

    These numbers, organized by the Produce Marketing Association, have nothing to do with the consumer. This is an optional convention for retailers and their supplier and is not designed as a communication tool for customers. If you want to know which items are organic, look for the word Organic; .

    To check out the long lists of non-GMO and GMO brands by category. The good news is that there are only 4 GMO veggies or fruits at this point: papaya, but only from Hawaii and no where else; some zucchini and yellow squash, and some corn on the cob.


    If you're not sure if GMOs are bad for you, visit The Campaign for Healthier Eating in America
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    Happy Hallowe'en

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    The Irony of the Carrot. We call redhead's "carrot top" but carrot tops are green. No wonder he/she feels so alone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    love it!

    Food inadvertently shaped like something else
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    Happy Thanksgiving

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    6 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets of Supermarkets

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    Highlights:
    Stores are designed to make the shopper spend more time and shop more
    "Counterclockwise"
    Placement of items is deliberate
    Glad I don't eat meat
    There is no backroom
    The power of bananas

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    and Happy Caturday

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    [QUOTE=cyclelicious;12321427]6 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets of Supermarkets

    This ^^^^

    First tried this a year ago on advice of my wife, and the doctor saying something about pre-diabetes.

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    In 2008, archaeologists unearted a tiny clay pot on a dig in the First Nation’s Menominee Reservation in Wisconsin. The pot was determined to be about 800 years old. But the real discovery was what was found in the pot: " Something that changes how we’re looking at extinction, preservation, and food storage, as well as how humans have influenced the planet in their time on it."
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    Inside, archaeologists found a stash of seeds. The seeds were probably buried in the pot as a method of storing food supplies. They were determined to be an old, now-extinct species of squash.
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    7 years after making the discovery, students in Winnipeg decided to plant the 800-year-old seeds — and, to everyone's amazement, something grew!
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    The squash was named Gete-okosomin. It means "Big Old Squash" in the Menominee language
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    and big it certainly is!
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    Now, they're working to cultivate the squash so that it doesn't go extinct again.

    Archaeologists Dug Up A Centuries-Old Pot. What They Found Inside Changed History
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    Tofvcken: The Vegan Turducken

    A heartwarming family recipe that isn't gross! BTW This lady rocks and the video is SFW... and funny as f...


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    Probably because Popeye is make believe....and delicious steaks are real!

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    8 edibles you can grow indoors over the winter

    1. Sprouts
    2. Scallions
    3. Salad Greens
    4. Kale
    5. Carrots
    6. Citrus Fruits
    7. Potatoes
    8. Pea Shoots

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