Steve My sister tells me tonight tea with almond milk is the way, i also hear that tea with oat milk is good, i will experiment! can't believe i got to 42 then realised drinking milk meant for a calf is a bit odd, how F U are the human race!
Friday 27 May 2016, 00:01:49
Steve Kat L, tell me more about the raw food thing?
Friday 27 May 2016, 00:03:31
[deleted user] I'm studying and integrating it. step by step. I'm eating more fruits and veggies now and lots more water (I got a filtered water bottle which helps), JUICING and smoothies.My current inspiration is this chick: http://www.fullyraw.com/ She's been raw for about 8 years. She just oozes well being. And I recently found out that when she started, her eyes were dark brown and now they're hazel I found that super interesting. Fully Raw Christina is on Facebook.
Friday 27 May 2016, 00:15:58
[deleted user] I go for Hemp milk. Hemp is amazing. For butter; Earth Balance, Mayonaise; Veganaise (with grapeseed oil) and the cheese; Daiya for deep dishes, Tofutti Cream Cheese and CHAO cheese slices. OH, wait, TreeLine cheese have the best cashew cheese ever! ok, I think I"ve over done it here.
Friday 27 May 2016, 00:18:41
Steve ha ha, your funny, thanks so much, this is exactly the info i need, i'll be looking for the british equivalent, cheers (copy paste, copy paste) xxx
Friday 27 May 2016, 00:53:37
Anton love it, Steed! Cheese is missing in traditional dishes, but if you extend your habits you will realize, that veganism offers a huuuge amount of possibilities^^ f. e. breakfast fruit-based to gain energy for the day ( I'm mixing ripe bananas, germinated buckwheat, raisins and water - fantastic). I'm about 1 year on a vegan diet and raw vegan for 2 months and I'm feeling great ^^ we need more people like you, Steed!
Friday 27 May 2016, 08:49:34
[deleted user] We could perhaps start our own blog on this alone. oh the possibilities! and the non dairy ice cream. "Purely Decadent" has this "Peanut Butter Zig Zag" that tastes just like a "Reeses Peanut Butter Cup" http://godairyfree.org/product…
Steve Hello and thanks for the support and info, its been just over a week now and i'm doing ok and feel good, i think i need to find some good place to shop as there is nothing around me here in kent, i also think veganism is more established in the US, i guess there would be more vegan shops in London, i'm working there on Wednesday so i will check it out.
Sunday 29 May 2016, 17:11:11
Steve I think a Ubuntu Vegan forum / circle is a good idea, might be a good way to get some interest, lets face it, if you have chosen the vegan way then you are probably going to be awakened / spiritual.
Sunday 29 May 2016, 17:16:36
Steve I've found the balance for my tea and btw, Almond milk was the one for me after trying Hemp, hazel and oat, the oat is good for coffee tho, thanks Anton and Kat, you have been really helpful.
Sunday 29 May 2016, 17:21:21
[deleted user] I love the idea of a vegan forum. High vibe food for High vibe peeps! the only way to go! IMHO. Count me in!
Steve Isberon, have you just joined the V club too?
Thursday 2 June 2016, 21:47:51
[deleted user] yes, about 2 years ago. Completely vegetarian. Still alive to my surprise. Live a bunch of lies. Now trying to be Vegan and then Raw Vegan.
Friday 3 June 2016, 15:15:02
[deleted user] also excited about my own organic food. don't have land. volunteer growing. just estimate how much I eat veggies and what it takes to grow, time, soil pH, sun, shade, rain, composting and so forth. I love tomatoes, 1 kg a day. got 60 plants now. Not for myself, not my land. but want to sustain at least a year 1 kg a day = 365 kg a year, roughly. Pickle them for a year. Same for potatoes, cucumbers, carrots.
Friday 3 June 2016, 15:18:30
[deleted user] wanna be growing own organic food Raw Vegan food at least try. learn the skill. no land in west london. allotments are taken. my room is temporarily. hamster wheel life style.
Friday 3 June 2016, 15:21:00
[deleted user] for tomatoes I meant to pickle or preserve in a 3 ltr glass jar for winter season not a year
Steve Dammit, i never get the ubuntu notification until 24 hours later, well maybe thats what comes with running a 2011 galaxy s2 classic smartphone ! and do you think i'm going to buy a new phone, hell no! Kat, i'm looking out for a dehydrator, did see one for sale in a charity shop today for 10pounds, i might go grab it tomorrow, we can get the excalibur here in the uk, many trays in that puppy, very nice. Isberon, you are the growing king over west london, nice work my friend, you should sundry your toms (if we get some sun) i did a 1kg last year, popped them into some cheap olive oil but sadly consumed them over the next few weeks, i did cherry tomatoes too, yummy, same again this year.
Saturday 4 June 2016, 22:25:42
[deleted user] far from being a king :), trying to gain knowledge of growing what I consume and upscale one day. it is all well to be vegan kind to nature, animals, ecology. but i wish to be also the "sustainable" vegan, not buying off someone else. but also to share knowledge. Sadly, I am not much of guru to share the skills yet. hopefully approachable though.
Monday 6 June 2016, 16:24:47
[deleted user] goats, my pals, are raw vegan since birth. learn a lot from animals. they talk in silence. hear recently there are silent meditation in yoga when people don't talk for like 10 days. not a word. i should try some day.
Monday 6 June 2016, 16:27:18
[deleted user] One day we will all talk in silence. I can't wait. It will make riding the trains (tubes) a pleasure:-)
Steve I like it, it takes a few cups to get use to it, a good transition is cashew nut milk, make sure it's unsweetened though, my staple is almond as the local shop sells it, if I drink cows milk now it's horrible, I so don't!
Steve Coconut milk is OK in tea but still not the best transition from cows milk, lately I've started having organic soya milk, I think it's the best so far in tea, coconut is lovely on cereal though, cashew milk is good in tea too, it's creamy good.