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    The following Girl Scout cookie varieties are made without milk and egg ingredients (But read on after the list for some important information!):

    Cranberry Citrus Crisps – “Crispy cookie, made with whole grain, full of tangy cranberry bits and zesty citrus flavor.” (contain wheat and soy; not sure why they aren’t labeled as vegan)
    Peanut Butter Patties® – “Crispy vanilla cookies layered with real peanut butter and blanketed with a chocolaty coating” (vegan; contain wheat, soy and peanuts)
    Thanks-a-Lot™ – “Heart-warming shortbread cookies dipped in rich fudge” (vegan; contain wheat and soy)
    Lemonades™ – “Savory slices of shortbread with a refreshingly tangy lemon icing” (vegan; contain wheat and soy)
    Thin Mints – “The Girl Scout Cookie Sale’s number one seller” (vegan; contain wheat and soy)


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    Hey wait a minute... that's not vegan! Happy Caturday

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    This supermarket has the freshest vegetables because they grow them right inside the store





    Love this. Hope to see in farm stores here in north America
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    great questions

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    Everyone who is at least once been on a weight loss program will know that losing weight can be a great struggle. However, the main rule says fewer calories in and more calories burnt, in practice, it’s not always like that. If you want to lose weight fast, these expert tips will come handy.

    In fact, following these steps can help you cut down pounds in a safe and healthy way.

    1 – Cut Out Sugars and Carbs from Your Diet

    Carbohydrates are the worst enemy of weight loss. But, you don’t necessarily need to eliminate sugars completely; even if you reduce their intake, you are on the right path to losing weight.

    What carbs do is stimulate insulin secretion, and insulin is the key fat-storing hormone in the body.

    The thing is when your insulin levels are high, your body is unable to burn fat. On the other hand, when insulin levels are low, your body can easily burn fat instead of sugars.

    Plus, low insulin levels improve kidney function helping them to eliminate more water and sodium from your body.

    This, in turn, reduces bloating and water retention.

    Most people are unaware that flushing all water weight can result in one and a half pound weight loss a day.

    2 – Increase Protein Intake

    Fast weight loss is closely related to high protein intake. In fact, protein should be on your menu 3 times a day every day.

    A typical meal when on a weight loss program includes protein, the fat source, and low-carb veggies.

    If you aren’t a meat lover, good sources of plant protein include mushrooms, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, legumes, all of which can be used as alternatives to meat.

    Low carb veggies also present an important part of a weight loss diet. This comprises broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, cabbage, lettuce, celery, cucumber and kale.

    When it comes to fat sources, always choose healthy options like olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil and butter.

    3 – Take up Cardio Training

    Cardio exercises are the most effective when it comes to losing weight fast. Weight lifting is also beneficial, but it tends to build more muscle than cardio.

    For optimal results, cardio is often combined with resistance training.

    Cardio training includes running, swimming, walking, climbing, riding a bicycle etc.

    4 – Interval Training

    Once you strengthen your stamina with a regular cardio workout, you can move to the next level – interval training. Interval training is even more efficient than cardio when it comes to losing weight fast. While in cardio exercises, the intensity, as well as your pulse, remains the same for the whole time, in interval training, there’s a mix of high-intensity workouts and small intensity workouts.

    For instance, when running, you want to sprint for three minutes at close to maximum speed (90 to 95%), and then you take “active recovery” for three minutes. During this, you don’t stop running, only going at a slow pace.

    Aside from running, any cardio training including weight lifting and resistance training can be combined with interval training.

    Tips for Maximum Efficiency

    Providing you have realistic expectations, following these 4 steps diligently can help you reach your weight loss goals in 4-5 months.

    But, if you are set to lose over 20 pounds a month, you have to bear in mind that it asks for enormous effort, which is often anything but healthy.

    The following tips are also beneficial when on a weight loss program:

    Get sufficient rest. Getting enough sleep that includes at least 6 to 7 hours is very important for complete body recovery.

    Also, take a break of at least 24 hours before you target the same muscle group. Your muscles need time to rest and recover, so giving them enough time for this is crucial.

    Drink enough water. Last, but not least, proper hydration is critical as well. In fact, dehydration is something you’d like to avoid at all costs. Plus, a glass of water before meals effectively curbs appetite.


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    Those might just be "Deep Carbs".
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    Muscle cramps or headaches can be a result of magnesium deficiency

    Magnesium as the most common mineral is a really essential nutrient for the function of the nervous system. It not only helps you relax nerves and tense muscles, but can alleviate headaches and muscle cramping too.

    In order to increase the magnesium intake, you should include more green leafy veggies like collards greens or kale in your nutrition and boost your daily requirements.

    At the same time, Epsom salt is rich in magnesium and easily absorbed through the skin. Don’t forget to include it in your baths.

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    Kale Doobies, anyone?

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    pineapple

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    Pineapple is packed with healthy nutrients that protect us against many ailments. Pineapple tastes sweet and contains great amount of vitamins A and C, fiber, phosphorus, potassium, and calcium.


    1.Strong protection against cancer
    Pineapple is loaded with antioxidants that destroy free radicals and prevent cell damage. It provides a strong protection against severe diseases, including atherosclerosis, heart disease, arthritis, and various types of cancer.

    2. Fights inflammation and infections
    Pineapple is loaded with vitamin C and bromelain. These enzymes break down proteins and provide a strong protection against bacterial infections. Eat more pineapple to relieve the symptoms of cold and cough.

    3. Stronger bones
    This amazing fruit is high in manganese, important for the bone structure and the connective tissue. A cup of pineapple juice provides about 73% of the recommended daily intake of manganese.

    4. Protects eyes and vision
    Pineapples contain beta carotene, important for the eyes. Eat more pineapple for a better vision.

    5. Strengthens heart
    Pineapple is rich in antioxidants that fight free radicals and decrease bad cholesterol. Consume pineapple regularly to strengthen your heart muscle and reduce the risk of heart diseases.

    6. Better digestion
    Pineapple contains bromelain, vitamin C, and fiber, important for the proper function of the digestive tract.

    7. Decrease high blood pressure
    Eat more pineapples if you suffer from hypertension. This fruit is rich in potassium and sodium, known to have the ability to regulate blood pressure.

    8. Acne treatment
    The large content of vitamin C is amazing for those who try to remove any dark spots and gray complexion. It boosts the production of collagen and fights acne. It also reduces redness, and makes your skin tighter and more elastic.
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    8 Vegetables That You Buy Once and Can Regrow

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    1. Romaine Lettuce
    By using the bottom of a lettuce you can grow a new romaine lettuce. Just put the stems in a ˝ inch of water and after a few days new leaves and roots will appear. Then, transplant the lettuce into soil.
    The same method can be used for re-growing cabbage.

    2. Bok Choy
    Place the root ends in a water and place it in a well-lit area. Leave it for 1-2 weeks, and then you can transplant them to a pot with a soil.

    3. Carrots
    Put the carrot tops in a dish with little water. Place the dish where is well –lit, window sill is ok.
    Carrot greens are a little bit bitter, but they make great salad combination with garlic and vinegar.

    4. Basil
    Put the basil cuttings, the one with stems about 3-4 inches, in a water. Place them directly where the sunlight is. When the roots will grow to 2 inches long you can transfer them to pots. You should change the water constantly. That way you will avoid slimy basil plants.

    5. Cilantro
    Place the stems in a glass of water. When they become long enough, transfer them in a pot with soil. They need to be placed in a room with ample lighting. After a few months you will have new plants of cilantro.

    6. Celery
    Cut the base of the celery bottom and place it in a low bowl. Put the bowl in the sun. With time the new leaves will grow. After three days, transplant it to soil.

    7. Garlic
    When the new sprouts begin to grow from the garlic clove, place them in a pot with a little water. Later transplant them to a soil. New garlic sprouts have a milder flavor and they are great for salads, pasta and other dishes.

    8. Scallions
    Use scallion’s roots to re-grow the new ones. Scallion root, an inch long, put it in the water and leave it in a place that is well-lit.

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    Lunch today at Fresh Restaurant (one of my favorite vegan nosh places in Toronto) East African Yellow Split Pea w/ Sweet Potatoes +salad (edamame, napa cabbage, cucumber, assorted sprouts & microgreens, parsley, cilantro) + cornbread and flax hummus

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    Found this linked to Missouri Morel Facebook page. Impressive morel (looks like a world record!) but at that size might not be tasty

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    what makes morels and other mushrooms (chanterelles are another) so rare are that they cannot be cultivated. They grow in the wild and spore in the same area. When you harvest them, use a paring knife and cut them at the base. This will this ensure that the mushrooms will grow back (protecting the ecosystem and allowing you to return to the same spot) .
    On a side note, never wash them in water as they begin to decompose once picked and water speeds up the process, never buy wet mushrooms as you are paying for more water than mushroom

    It's more important to avoid disturbing the mycelium bed than to cut. Gently remove at the base, and cover.
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    Food gradients: A work of art

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    Toronto’s first fully vegan food truck The Vegan Extremist will debut May 14 at the Veggie Fest Hamilton. The truck specializes in curries and will serve classic Thai and Indian dishes such as vegetable korma, samosas, chana masala, and carrot halwa with cashews and raisins

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    Enjoying my lentil soup....mmmmm !


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    Fat Pasha restaurant in Toronto... delicious middle eastern fare. Red lentil pumpkin soup - preserved lemon salsa verde, labneh. Best hummus I've ever eaten. chickpea, tahini, lemon, smoked chipotle, evo (low carb high protein) Altz is gut!
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    I dunno. I eat a lot of Avocados and I still don't have a Uterus.
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    I dunno. I eat a lot of Avocados and I still don't have a Uterus.
    Ha! and for me it's figs
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    We found a morel near the trail... going back later to search for more!

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    We used to find grocery bags of morels when I was a kid. We'd eat them everyday for a few days and dry the rest for later (soak in salt water to remove the bugs, thread onto a piece of kite string and hang from the ceiling until completely dehydrated). Cream of Morel Soup (sorry, not strictly vegan) was the best meal ever.
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    braaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiins!

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    Reading labels: Labeling standards don't necessarily make sense.

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    The explanation: These are treacherous times

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    ^^Apparently it just tastes like "Non-Dairy"^^
    Edit: You mean you can't make Soy-Milk by feeding your cows Soybeans?
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    Ways to get more calcium

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    The dairy industry would like us to believe that milk builds strong bones. They spend hundreds of millions of dollars a year to advertise milk and cheese. Yet, a 12-year Harvard study of 78,000 women demonstrated that those who drank the most milk broke more bones than women who rarely drank milk. Evidence from around the world shows that in countries where dairy intake is highest, osteoporosis is most prevalent. Where dairy is seldom consumed, bones remain strong into old age. While we certainly don't need milk, we do need calcium to keep our bones healthy. The good news is that a plethora of vegetarian foods-including beans and greens, dried fruit, nuts and seeds, and fortified juice and soymilk-all provide ample calcium.

    How much is enough? The World Health Organization recommends we consume 1000 milligrams of calcium every day, while the recommended daily allowance in North America and developed countries—where people eat a high-protein, high-salt diet—is 1000 to 1300 milligrams a day. Here is a list of some of our favorite calcium-rich foods:

    Collards (1 cup cooked): 385 mg
    Fortified orange juice (1 cup): 350 mg
    Dried figs (10 medium): 269 mg
    Tofu (1/2 cup): 258 mg
    White beans (1 cup cooked): 161 mg
    Mustard greens (1 cup cooked): 150 mg
    Navy beans (1 cup cooked): 128 mg
    Kale (1 cup cooked): 94 mg
    Chickpeas (1 cup cooked): 80 mg
    Raisins (2/3 cups): 80 mg

    1. Pour some calcium-enriched soymilk or nut milk on breakfast cereal, and sprinkle some raisins on top.
    2. Add kale, collard greens, or mustard greens to salads. Chop up a few dried figs and toss them in to add calcium-packed sweetness.
    3. Use kale or collard greens on sandwiches instead of lettuce.
    4. Add a few tablespoons of silken tofu to a fruit smoothie.
    5. Add beans to salads, mash them on toast, or cook with some veggie dogs.

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    Another fellow vegan here going on 6 months. I damn near shit myself when i saw this thread.(Excited)
    Just want to say the Vegan lifestyle changed my life. My health has never been better, no need for all these products on the market for energy, protein etc. Everything you need is naturally occurring in nature. On that note. Make sure to eat shit tons of bananas and other fruits. Organic of course.
    Stay blessed my friends, Much love to you.
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    Way to go Rob! Welcome. Glad you found this forum (exciting and stimulating ) !
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    Except for these badass avocados

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    Except for these badass avocados

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    So you won't eat anything that poops.

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    Except for these badass avocados

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    I've always maintained that the "H" was silent.
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    Veg Pizza prepared (locally) outdoors and baked in a stone oven... incredible

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    Blogger Yvette d'Entremont, a.k.a. SciBabe, is calling out the top five food myths circulating the Internet right now.

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    Beautiful! What type of cheese-substitute did he use?

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    The pics were taken a couple years ago. It was an all-veggie pizza but I can't recall the ingredients. Definitely a bit of oil



    Vegan Parmesan is often used (but not for that pizza)

    I've seen recent recipes calling for this:

    Ingredients
    3/4 cup (90 g) raw cashews
    3 Tbsp (9 g) nutritional yeast
    3/4 tsp sea salt
    1/4 tsp garlic powder

    Instructions
    Add all ingredients to a food processor and mix/pulse until a fine meal is achieved. Store in the refrigerator to keep fresh. Lasts for several weeks.
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    Cashew cheese is okay but why does pizza have to have "cheese"?


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    I don't believe it does! The wife & I make flat breads using lavash, and then make a funky pesto for the sauce. My favorite is to use rocket arugula because the pesto comes out nice and spicy.

    Love this thread, by the way, just stumbled upon it!

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    That pizza looks mouth watering, alphazz !
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    Thanks, I think it was good. It had all my favorite stuff.

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    Vegetarian and Vegan Passion-12715624_10208512978971457_7223196451343979603_n.jpg
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