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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2013 2:47 am 
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Alpro milk ... dunno why I never tried it before ... I always used Rice Dream but now I am in love with both the almond & hazelnut using them for my cereal, coffee etc.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2013 5:04 am 
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Alpro milk ... dunno why I never tried it before ... I always used Rice Dream but now I am in love with both the almond & hazelnut using them for my cereal, coffee etc.


If you can find Provamel (which is the organic variant of Alpro), you should try the almond/rice milk. It's kinda sweet, but I love it in coffee or with oats.

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I think lycophyte's omelet mix is pretty revolutionary. Omelets from a dry mix! Quick easy cheap breakfast and lunch (or even breakfast for dinner)! I'm going to keep this stuff on hand always. <3

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I think lycophyte's omelet mix is pretty revolutionary. Omelets from a dry mix! Quick easy cheap breakfast and lunch (or even breakfast for dinner)! I'm going to keep this stuff on hand always. <3

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cultured cashew cheese...omg - the creamy texture!

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teacup wrote:
Alpro milk ... dunno why I never tried it before ... I always used Rice Dream but now I am in love with both the almond & hazelnut using them for my cereal, coffee etc.


OMG I miss that Alpro Hazelnut milk soo much. That and the Tesco blueberry squares cereal are my top reasons for needing to go back to London asap.

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Chimes Ginger Chews - the orange one is my favorite but not sure all varieties are vegan. I know the orange one is. These are the kind of candies that can get you through an illness when you have no appetite, like when I had an 18 hour stomach bug last week--I managed to eat some of these these. Also, ginger!

I love the Clif Crunch White Chocolate Macadamia nut granola bars.

I haven't tried lycophyte's dry omelet mix but I think it sounds amazing.

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seitanicverses wrote:
I haven't tried lycophyte's dry omelet mix but I think it sounds amazing.

you really should. and if you like it, and you can make other omelet based things with it (like japanese omraisu).

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seitanicverses wrote:

I love the Clif Crunch White Chocolate Macadamia nut granola bars.



These are vegan? Wow, for some reason I didn't think they were.


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beethecookie wrote:
seitanicverses wrote:

I love the Clif Crunch White Chocolate Macadamia nut granola bars.



These are vegan? Wow, for some reason I didn't think they were.

I've seen a blueberry crisp flavour of Clif granola bars - I think the Crunch ones, and it's got bits of white chocolate, and it's vegan!

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Luna bars, the lemon one. It is so like 2008 but it's still the best.

I'm with SV on Chimes ginger chews. I bought the peppermint ones today and they are vegan!

Easy vegan ponzu: juice a couple of lemons and limes in equal parts tamari. Add some chilli flakes or a touch of garlic chilli sauce. Dip everything in it.


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Luna bars, the lemon one. It is so like 2008 but it's still the best.


The Lemon ones are awesome, but today I bought the new flavor, Carrot Cake. Has anybody tried these? They are sooooo good! New obsession, for sure.


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There are carrot cake Luna bars?! Must have! I love the lemon ones, but I think my favorites are the chocolate coconut and white chocolate macadamia. I also love the caramel nut brownie.

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The carrot cake flavor is hard to find - so far Target is the go to source. I like them but they cannot replace my love of the brownie flavor!

I guess on a bar related note since I discovered them this year or roughly around this year I really like the Square bar...They have an odd chocolatey taste kinda like carob but I like it!

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I tried the carrot cake yesterday! (Found it at Target, too.) I thought it tasted a lot like carrot cake. Pretty sweet, but a good way to get a sugar fix while getting some essential nutrients (or something). I keep cycling through which is my favorite Luna bar. I am feeling the chocolate chunk right now. It reminds me of a Quaker chewy granola bar.

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vijita wrote:
Luna bars, the lemon one. It is so like 2008 but it's still the best.


Luna bars are more like 2002!

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there's a lot a veg you can regrow this way, but they don't usually come back as good as the original.....kinda like hyacinths


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vijita wrote:
Luna bars, the lemon one. It is so like 2008 but it's still the best.


Luna bars are more like 2002!

Then I am REALLY late to the party!

I don't like any of the chocolate ones, but I want to try the carrot cake! Does it have that amazing coating type stuff on the bottom that the lemon one has? I would buy an ice cream pail full of that stuff.


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Ugh--I can't remember, vijita, I think so? It must have; it was sweet!

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I had the carrot cake one the other day and it was so sweet that it was kind of nasty for me. I know they're all sweet, but that one is just over the top!

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vijita wrote:
Quarantined wrote:
vijita wrote:
Luna bars, the lemon one. It is so like 2008 but it's still the best.


Luna bars are more like 2002!

Then I am REALLY late to the party!

I don't like any of the chocolate ones, but I want to try the carrot cake! Does it have that amazing coating type stuff on the bottom that the lemon one has? I would buy an ice cream pail full of that stuff.


Yes, it does have the coating stuff on the bottom, except it's carrot-cake flavored and delightful. It is sweet, like the others have said. I split it them my son and it's just enough sweetness.


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If you can get your hands on some Wilmersburger in Europe, buy it! But be aware, it is addictive.
It's just like young Gouda cheese <3 (specially gooood in a grilled sandwich)

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