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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
PostPosted: Fri Dec 17, 2010 2:07 pm 
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This thread is so much fun to read while imagining everyones voices with thick European accents.


What's a thick European accent??!


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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
PostPosted: Sat Dec 18, 2010 8:05 am 
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Vegan - haven't tried - will be purchasing for (crappy) office Xmas party.


The Apple & Blackcurrant Pies are really good too!

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What's a thick European accent??!


They're all different!


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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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Ooh, one I almost forgot - Weetabix Minis Chocolate Crisp. There are no obviously non-vegan ingredients, it doesn't have milk listed in the allergens, and there's no vitamin D, so no chance of accidental D3. If anyone knows it's not vegan, tell me after we've consumed the 6 boxes I just bought, but I'm pretty sure it's safe.

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Ooh, one I almost forgot - Weetabix Minis Chocolate Crisp. There are no obviously non-vegan ingredients, it doesn't have milk listed in the allergens, and there's no vitamin D, so no chance of accidental D3. If anyone knows it's not vegan, tell me after we've consumed the 6 boxes I just bought, but I'm pretty sure it's safe.


I'm pretty sure they even say it's vegan on the website!

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Vegan - haven't tried - will be purchasing for (crappy) office Xmas party.


The Apple & Blackcurrant Pies are really good too!


Ok, I bought some of these in the Spar tonight (because I'm a classy bisque who shops in the Spar. Shut up) How are we best eating them? Cold or warm? With ice cream, custard or soy cream? Or unadulterated? Tellll meeeee!

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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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interrobang?! wrote:
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Vegan - haven't tried - will be purchasing for (crappy) office Xmas party.


The Apple & Blackcurrant Pies are really good too!


Ok, I bought some of these in the Spar tonight (because I'm a classy bisque who shops in the Spar. Shut up) How are we best eating them? Cold or warm? With ice cream, custard or soy cream? Or unadulterated? Tellll meeeee!

I think they would definitely need to be eaten warm, but I guess it depends on how you like your pie. I usually like mine with ice cream or soy cream.

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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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interrobang?! wrote:
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Vegan - haven't tried - will be purchasing for (crappy) office Xmas party.


The Apple & Blackcurrant Pies are really good too!


Ok, I bought some of these in the Spar tonight (because I'm a classy bisque who shops in the Spar. Shut up) How are we best eating them? Cold or warm? With ice cream, custard or soy cream? Or unadulterated? Tellll meeeee!


Warm, with ice cream. I have to buy some tomorrow. I am salivating just thinking about them now.

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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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Oooh, got some Bendick's Mint Collection today:

http://www.bendicks.co.uk/our-delicious ... ction.html

Almost like having a box of Roses or something (even though they are all minty!)

Nibbling on chocolates with a cup of coffee watching the snow pelting down. Can't beat it!


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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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Oooh, got some Bendick's Mint Collection today:

http://www.bendicks.co.uk/our-delicious ... ction.html

Almost like having a box of Roses or something (even though they are all minty!)

Nibbling on chocolates with a cup of coffee watching the snow pelting down. Can't beat it!

That looks lovely. It says it's not suitable for vegans, but I don't see any non-vegan ingredients in it.

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rachell37 wrote:
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Oooh, got some Bendick's Mint Collection today:

http://www.bendicks.co.uk/our-delicious ... ction.html

Almost like having a box of Roses or something (even though they are all minty!)

Nibbling on chocolates with a cup of coffee watching the snow pelting down. Can't beat it!

That looks lovely. It says it's not suitable for vegans, but I don't see any non-vegan ingredients in it.


Hrmm, it does indeed! I wonder if that's the 'may contain milk traces' thing? I generally don't worry about traces of stuff. Don't see anything dodgy listed as an ingredient, either!


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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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I have delicatoboll! I don't even like coconut but these are so forking good. 2pm on a Wednesday is definitely a good time to go to Ikea, I've never seen it so dead.

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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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Those croissants are nothing special. It's nice to know they're there, but I bet I don't eat them again in the next month.

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iced and spiced fruit bun from M&S seems to be vegan!! anyone tried it?

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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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iced and spiced fruit bun from M&S seems to be vegan!! anyone tried it?


Yes! Really liked it. You do mean the hot cross buns with icing on yeah?

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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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interrobang?! wrote:
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This thread is so much fun to read while imagining everyones voices with thick European accents.


What's a thick European accent??!


Ah dunno whar am from, ah juss have thees kerrrazzy accucent!

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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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Also - Sainsbury's strawberry pencils & strawberry lances! 3 packs for a quid!

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rachell37 wrote:
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Oooh, got some Bendick's Mint Collection today:

http://www.bendicks.co.uk/our-delicious ... ction.html

Almost like having a box of Roses or something (even though they are all minty!)

Nibbling on chocolates with a cup of coffee watching the snow pelting down. Can't beat it!

That looks lovely. It says it's not suitable for vegans, but I don't see any non-vegan ingredients in it.


Just to let you know, I emailed them about that and they said
"Bendicks dark chocolate products may contain milk due to cross contamination of raw ingredients at source. "


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Oooh, got some Bendick's Mint Collection today:

http://www.bendicks.co.uk/our-delicious ... ction.html

Almost like having a box of Roses or something (even though they are all minty!)

Nibbling on chocolates with a cup of coffee watching the snow pelting down. Can't beat it!

That looks lovely. It says it's not suitable for vegans, but I don't see any non-vegan ingredients in it.


Just to let you know, I emailed them about that and they said
"Bendicks dark chocolate products may contain milk due to cross contamination of raw ingredients at source. "

Pff. Vegan enough for me.

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Also - Sainsbury's strawberry pencils & strawberry lances! 3 packs for a quid!

I love those strawberry pencils, but I can eat a whole pack easily and then have a massive sugar rush!

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iced and spiced fruit bun from M&S seems to be vegan!! anyone tried it?


Yes! Really liked it. You do mean the hot cross buns with icing on yeah?


They sound lovely!


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I have delicatoboll! I don't even like coconut but these are so forking good. 2pm on a Wednesday is definitely a good time to go to Ikea, I've never seen it so dead.


Delicatoboll!! Oh, finally a good thing about swedish veganism: they're everywhere. everywhere. and you can diy even better ones at home

just had to say that, got so excited about it..

well, i'll just keep lurking around, since this is obviously not a thread where i'll be able to contribute much *whistles and wanders off*

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The delicatoboll at IKEA is no longer vegan. I'm going to post a thread elsewhere to see if this applies in the US too, but be aware they contain egg here now.

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 Post subject: Re: Accidentally vegan food you discover and like
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tigerpants wrote:
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Just to let you know, I emailed them about that and they said
"Bendicks dark chocolate products may contain milk due to cross contamination of raw ingredients at source. "

Pff. Vegan enough for me.


Yes, me too, and it was just as well, there weren't too many left by that point!


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