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Reply #60 posted 01/30/20 6:27am

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rednblue said:


lol

If it's not too nosy...how old are your kids?

twins 8 and a 12 year old. All life-long veggies smile


Awww...sounds like an adorable, bustling-busy, veggie family. : )

Must have been super-busy at times like when you had a 4-year-old and twin babies!

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Reply #61 posted 01/30/20 10:23pm

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rednblue said:

maplenpg said:

twins 8 and a 12 year old. All life-long veggies smile


Awww...sounds like an adorable, bustling-busy, veggie family. : )

Must have been super-busy at times like when you had a 4-year-old and twin babies!

Yup! biggrin

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Reply #62 posted 02/01/20 5:44am

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Well, it's all done. Feel a bit strange today. I've had friends bringing me lots of chocolate and cupcakes to 'celebrate' with. Yet I feel there's nothing to celebrate. I mean celebrating going back into the world of animal cruelty feels wrong. I will eat the chocolate and cake later (I've had massive cravings for good chocolate this past week), but I'm going to do it alone and reflect on what I want for the future. Realistically I can't go full-time vegan. It just wouldn't work with family etc... but I'm going to try to stay away from cheese, which will join milk and yoghurt as things I avoid as much as possible. Thank you everyone who joined in the thread though, I feel we've had some interesting discussions, some new recipes, and lots of support when I thought I'd get trolled. Thank you Purple friends xx

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Reply #63 posted 02/01/20 10:12am

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maplenpg said:

Well, it's all done. Feel a bit strange today. I've had friends bringing me lots of chocolate and cupcakes to 'celebrate' with. Yet I feel there's nothing to celebrate. I mean celebrating going back into the world of animal cruelty feels wrong. I will eat the chocolate and cake later (I've had massive cravings for good chocolate this past week), but I'm going to do it alone and reflect on what I want for the future. Realistically I can't go full-time vegan. It just wouldn't work with family etc... but I'm going to try to stay away from cheese, which will join milk and yoghurt as things I avoid as much as possible. Thank you everyone who joined in the thread though, I feel we've had some interesting discussions, some new recipes, and lots of support when I thought I'd get trolled. Thank you Purple friends xx



Well done. It's something I know I couldn't do so I can only congratulate you for what you've done.
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Reply #64 posted 02/01/20 11:39am

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maplenpg said:

Well, it's all done. Feel a bit strange today. I've had friends bringing me lots of chocolate and cupcakes to 'celebrate' with. Yet I feel there's nothing to celebrate. I mean celebrating going back into the world of animal cruelty feels wrong. I will eat the chocolate and cake later (I've had massive cravings for good chocolate this past week), but I'm going to do it alone and reflect on what I want for the future. Realistically I can't go full-time vegan. It just wouldn't work with family etc... but I'm going to try to stay away from cheese, which will join milk and yoghurt as things I avoid as much as possible. Thank you everyone who joined in the thread though, I feel we've had some interesting discussions, some new recipes, and lots of support when I thought I'd get trolled. Thank you Purple friends xx

clapping well done maplenpg!

Is dark chocolate vegan?

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Reply #65 posted 02/01/20 10:27pm

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EmmaMcG said:

maplenpg said:

Well, it's all done. Feel a bit strange today. I've had friends bringing me lots of chocolate and cupcakes to 'celebrate' with. Yet I feel there's nothing to celebrate. I mean celebrating going back into the world of animal cruelty feels wrong. I will eat the chocolate and cake later (I've had massive cravings for good chocolate this past week), but I'm going to do it alone and reflect on what I want for the future. Realistically I can't go full-time vegan. It just wouldn't work with family etc... but I'm going to try to stay away from cheese, which will join milk and yoghurt as things I avoid as much as possible. Thank you everyone who joined in the thread though, I feel we've had some interesting discussions, some new recipes, and lots of support when I thought I'd get trolled. Thank you Purple friends xx

Well done. It's something I know I couldn't do so I can only congratulate you for what you've done.

Thanks Emma, appreciated biggrin

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Reply #66 posted 02/01/20 10:30pm

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poppys said:

maplenpg said:

Well, it's all done. Feel a bit strange today. I've had friends bringing me lots of chocolate and cupcakes to 'celebrate' with. Yet I feel there's nothing to celebrate. I mean celebrating going back into the world of animal cruelty feels wrong. I will eat the chocolate and cake later (I've had massive cravings for good chocolate this past week), but I'm going to do it alone and reflect on what I want for the future. Realistically I can't go full-time vegan. It just wouldn't work with family etc... but I'm going to try to stay away from cheese, which will join milk and yoghurt as things I avoid as much as possible. Thank you everyone who joined in the thread though, I feel we've had some interesting discussions, some new recipes, and lots of support when I thought I'd get trolled. Thank you Purple friends xx

clapping well done maplenpg!

Is dark chocolate vegan?

Thanks Poppy!

Some dark chocolate is vegan and some isn't. I've found it a bit of a minefield TBH. The vegan milk chocolate is not good, there's a long way to go yet. And my problem with vegan dark chocolate is that it tends to be sold as large bars, and as anyone who knows me knows, I no no self-limiter when it comes to chocolate lol.

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Reply #67 posted 02/05/20 4:40am

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