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Tuesday, November 27th, 2007
3:47 pm
New anti milk campaig - please join

On October, 1st (World Vegetarian Day) we (Maqi) started a new anti milk campaign: http://veganismus.de/abgestillt: "Wir haben abgestillt" ("We are weaned") . Currently it's only available in German, but there is an English draft translation here.

So if there are any vegans here (or you know some) who want to participate in this campaign, please send a portait photo (or several from which we can select one; at least 190 × 285 pixels) and your name (plus city/country if you want).
Sunday, August 5th, 2007
6:17 pm
Health Cause Swap! x-posted
Please Join this Health Cause swap,
to spread awareness for a health cause important to you
such as Cancer, PCOS, AIDS, Autism, etc...

Monday, January 15th, 2007
6:58 pm
Hey just joined any one know any cheese substitutes that does not use milk of any kind or the inner lining of a calves stomach?
Friday, December 29th, 2006
9:46 pm
I want to give vegan a go for the New Year. I've been a vegetarian all my life so it won't be a huge jump but I have some questions.

What's everyone talking about with "vegan" hair supplies & make up & stuff? I always, always, always check my cosmetics for whether or not they come from somewhere that tests on animals, so I thought I was doing well but places are absolutely priding themselves on being vegan. What's the difference?

Recipes welcome :D
Wednesday, August 17th, 2005
8:10 pm
Dairy Substitutes
Hi, all.

I've just joined this community, and I have a question about milk substitutes--soy, rice, almond milk ect.

Here's the deal--I love milk. I really love the taste of milk, cheese, ice cream all of it.

BUT I have some health problems. My digestive system, apparently, hates me. And I've seen doctors for years and been told, there's nothing I could do.

Then I read a study that suggests that I could have a dairy allergy and that a lot of patients with the same problems I have got better when the cut out dairy.

So...I figure I'd give it a shot. If it works, great, if not, well, I tried.

Which brings me to my question--are there any dairy substitutes that taste like milk? It'll drive me nuts not to be able to sit down with a glass of milk and some cookies or something. :(

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Sunday, August 14th, 2005
4:55 pm
Vegan Fondue
It's my girlfriend's birthday on Sunday and she loves good chocolate, so I want to do a foundue for her. However, she's vegan and the only recipes I know involve cream or milk or somehting like that. Does anyone have any gourmet (she's a reeeallllyyy good cook so I want her to like it) vegan chocolate fondue recipes? I would be forever thankful for any help!

P.s. cross-posted like crazy
Friday, July 15th, 2005
10:01 am
A little slice of heaven
My fiance is allergic to egg and milk products, and we keep our kitchen free of them for his safety and our convenience. I've gotten used to the diet, and I actually prefer it. Of course, I am a chocoholic, and there are a few desserts that I crave that I've had trouble adapting. Last night I worked on my goal of creating a cheesecake-like dessert from ingredients that are free of egg and milk products. I've looked at cheesecake recipes before, and most of them use the imitation cream cheese and tofu. I wanted to have a recipe I could make with ingredients that I can easily keep on hand and with a little less cost, so I used tofu only and eliminated the cream cheese.

I succeeded!!!!

I knew it was a success when it was still in the blender. It had the smoothest consistency, yet it was kind of stiff like pudding. It didn't bubble or crack or explode when it was in the oven, it just got darker and stiffer. I admit, I had a slice for breakfast this morning (c'mon, soy protein, no cholesterol, a bit of fruit, AND chocolate!) and I was in awe. The edges especially taste like cheesecake. I have decided to name it Chocolate Raspberry Truffle (no)Cheese(whatsoever)cake, because it's super smooth like a truffle (almost smoother than Cheescake factory fare) and I tossed in some raspberries at the last minute. Go ahead. Try the recipe!Collapse )

I even put in some ingredients notes with the recipe. If you're like me and like to keep tons of chocolate chips on hand, you just need to start keeping a few packages of tofu in the cabinet and you can whip this up anytime. If you try it, I would love to hear some feedback! My fiance's not into chocolate and my vegan friends all live far away, so I can really only experiment on myself. Not that I complain about getting a whole cheesecake to eat on my own, but it does limit the experimentation I can do. I can see this as a really good mint chocolate chip cake or key lime pie.... I'm drooling.
Wednesday, June 8th, 2005
11:41 pm

If this is not allowed, my apologies!

For class, we have to make a survey. Being a vegan, I chose to survey vegans/vegetariens. It's relatively short and helpful to me.

Posting as Anonymous is fine.


Tuesday, May 17th, 2005
2:38 pm
milk = cow mucous.

drink up, milk lovers!
Tuesday, April 26th, 2005
8:05 pm
I am not a vegetarian or vegan, but I think the milk lobby is horribly disgusting in their manipulation of the American public. Why does everybody think it is so necessary? I don't think drinking something out of a cows nipple could ever be healthy. In high school the only thing offered with lunch was milk, what about lactose intolerance, jews who can't drink milk with meat, and vegans? Why were there no other options? I think something must be done about this milk bullshit.
Monday, April 4th, 2005
10:59 pm
Hello, I just joined. I was raised vegetarian and milk disgusts me. In highschool I did a lot of anti-milk speeches to try and make people more aware of the poison they are putting in themselvs. But sadly, everyone thinks that theres soooo much calcium (which isn't absorbed) and other gooood stuff, like pus and blood. Mmmm.... Most of the world is allergic to milk, but for some reason western culture thinks that whenever you get sick, you need to drink milk! Anyway, you all know this stuff already. But finally! People who understand...
Tuesday, March 15th, 2005
1:45 pm
If this isn't allowed feel free to delete:

I looked and couldn't find one, so I made a vegan penpal community, so I invite everyone to join and mingle and make new friends.

Vegan Penpals

Thanks, and have fun

Monday, March 14th, 2005
8:04 pm
Hey everyone, I'm 16 and for as long as I can remember drink 2-4 glasses of cows milk a day. I've been reading up on dairy and it all disgusts me and I would like nothing more than to cut back severely, but I crave milk. I detest soy milk and rice milk doesn't have enough protein (I'm a vegetarian). So my question is; what else can I substitute it with? Is goat's milk just as bad?

Sunday, March 13th, 2005
8:43 pm
new vegan store
My friend's just started a super awesome vegan online store. It's called www.cosmosveganshoppe.com

Check it out. It has everything from marshmallow fluff to chocolate easter bunnies to vegan condoms!

Please spread the word.

Thank you!!!!!
Sunday, February 20th, 2005
8:30 pm
I dont know if you all are antieggs as well, but here's a thought I had about Burger King:

Ok, I'm getting pretty angry at Burger King. I dont know if its the people that work there (No offense to you Monica, and its not like you work there a lot anyway) or what, but EVERY FUCKING TIME I get a veggie burger, it has fucking Mayo on it! And Every fucking time I go get fast food, where do I go? 90% of the time its Burger King.

Now, as many burgers that they've wasted for me, could have fed quite a few people. I cant stand being so wasteful anymore. I am no longer going back in there so they can go through another 5 veggie burgers before they get one without mayo for me. That is too much food to be wasting. From now on, I'm going to scrape it off.

But, what I'm going to do instead of that is walk back in there and get my money back. I mean really, this is getting out of hand! Supposidly, when you press the "no mayo" button, it doesnt show up on the screen. They need to go and get it fixed!

Oh, and by the way, I feel like vomiting. Thank you.

Current Mood: sick
Saturday, February 19th, 2005
7:50 pm
Abortions & Supreme Justice
Abortions & Supreme Justice

Re-Examining Abortion issues While Waiting
For a New Supreme Court Justice

George Bush will most probably be nominating and
replacing one or more of the eight Supreme Court
Justices before the end of his presidential term.
For the record, One of the 8 (William Rehnquist) has
been quite ill. He is 81 years old. The court re-convenes
on Tuesday, February 22, 2005 to hear oral arguments on
a variety of cases, and Rehnquist is too sick to attend.
Judge Paul Stevens is 85. Five of the remaining six are
beyond that magic age of retirement. O'Connor (75),
Ginsburg (72), Scalia and Kennedy (69), and Breyer (67).

The George Bush Presidency has a firm agenda to one day
re-write history by overturning Roe vs. Wade (1973),
which for the past 32 years has granted American women
the right to make decisions regarding their own bodies
by choosing to have or not have abortions.

On Friday February 11, 2005, the South Dakota State
Affairs Committee passed a curious "if and when" bill.
According to HB1249, if and when Roe vs. Wade is overturned,
the law will allow those doctors performing abortions to be
fined $2,000 and spend two years in prison.

South Dakota is the first. Other states will follow South
Dakota's lead. States rights will rule as federal laws
convert to state sovereignty. Be ready for this change in
the balance of philosophy and power in the United States,
brought to you by the U.S. Supreme Court. The justice will
soon be dead. Long live the new justice. That is to be part
of the Bush legacy.
Before posting the following column more than one year ago
(January 24, 2004), I was warned (by a few prominant colleagues
who lecture about vegetarian and animal rights issues and who
privately agree with my position while publically expressing
the exact opposite but politically correct view) that to do
so would invite the scorn of many people. I had fair warning.
I now suffer the consequence of exclusion from many events
and conferences. Talks have been cancelled and invitations to
speak from various groups are no longer offered. Despite such
behavior, I have not changed the strong conviction I have
regarding abortions.
I Believe in Abortion

"Compassion is the basis of morality."
Schopenhauer (1788-1860)

The animal rights movement supports the murder of
unborn children. Most of its members are liberal
feminists who demand a woman's right to make that
painful life or death decision about a future being.

The animal rights movement also promotes compassionate
slaughter of animals, and, in doing so, insures that
more animals are to be slaughtered and eaten.

When the goals of a movement change to contradict its own
founding principles, we reach that point in time when
that mission should be aborted. It is in that spirit that
I believe in abortions. In its current state, the animal
rights movement is dead and must be ripped from the body
of injustices which men and women of conscience continue
to protest. In its place, we must pray for the birth of a new
movement that supports the rights of all living creatures,
even unborn humans.

Animal rights activists protest pain to laboratory rats, but
support a woman's right to an abortion. Some demand that meat
eaters acknowledge the horrors of slaughterhouse films, or
vivisection, or bullfighting. Yet, they turn a deaf ear and
firmly shut a blind eye to the conscious being who grows
within the human mother.

Each year, one thousand or more animal rights supporters
gather near Washington, D.C. for their annual convention.
This year (2005), they will gather in Loss Angeles, CA.
The majority of these activists are women. As a matter of
fact, there would be no animal rights movement without the
gentler sex, who seem to possess a spirituality and wisdom
that their male counterparts lack.

Most of these passionate women also support the rights of
women. That's a natural. More than one female author has
paralleled the abuse and struggles of animals to the sexual
politics and multiple indignities suffered by women at the
hands of a male-oriented society.

Is abortion murder? Of course it is. It is more than just
murder. It is death without compassion, for the living
creature, not yet named, possesses pain receptors and is
aware of his or her own suffering.

In defense of their ignorance, some animal rights activists
argue that the fetus feels no pain, much the same way that
animal abusers use the very same argument to defend
vivisection, sport, or the consumption of sentient farm

As an animal rights activist, I am faced with an enormous
dilemma. Do I call abortion anything else than murder? I
cannot rationalize murder, for that is exactly what it is.
Murder, without regard for the human who will die in great
pain. Abortion is murder.

I cry for the cow and the calf, and the bull in the
bullring, and the dog who is euthanized, and the rat
who is burned in the name of science, and the squirrel
shot by the young boy in the name of sport, and the
coyote who is anally electrocuted so that her fur can
adorn a parka.

Many people do not recognize the unborn child as possessing
the same rights as the rest of us, yet, a study published in
the May, 2003 issue of Psychological Science (2003;14:220-224)
reveals that a fetal infant is able to recognize the voice of
her own mother.

Scientific studies have demonstrated that the growing human
fetus feels pain and learns about the external environment
while within. The fetus recognizes songs and voices. The
brain works, the heart beats, pain receptors feel. How much
compassion do animal rights activists emote for sentient
human infants, not yet born?

Supporting animal research is a transgression of the laws of
nature and an insult to the respect of life. This is why
Animal Rights activists are so right in the things they protest.
Supporting abortion for just one of the 4,700 species of mammals
is a contradiction in terms against all of the good. In 1866,
one of America's first great intellectual feminists, Ellen
G. White, wrote in book 3 of How to Live:

"Against every transgression of the laws of life, nature will
utter her protest. She bears abuse as long as she can; but
finally the retribution comes, and it falls upon the mental
as well as the physical powers."

Robert Cohen

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Wednesday, January 26th, 2005
4:01 am
The Dairy Industry - Evil, Sadistic, & Murderers
Dairy is, in my opinion, the most dangerous food in the world.

I honestly and whole heartily believe the dairy industry should be shut down for good, for they chose profit over lives. They are killing the masses, slowly but surely. I can just picture how disgusting it must be to look at the men and women who work for this industry, they must be having a blast getting cows to pump their green dollar bills...smiling their way to the bank. Not a care in the world. I shake my head every time I see a small child drinking a bottle or carton of cow's milk. It just deeply saddens me when family members are not informed or educated on this serious matter. Marketing cow's milk is not only wrong, but it logically doesn't make sense.

Americans must wake up to this epidemic and try to inform as many people about it. We need to have others be aware, especially our closest friends and loved ones!

Current Mood: frustrated
Monday, November 22nd, 2004
10:38 pm

Sunday, November 7th, 2004
7:20 pm
I was job shadowing my uncle whos a farmer and I just can't stand how they hit the cows and everything. JUST FOR MONEY. I'd rather go poor then treat an animal like that!
Monday, November 1st, 2004
4:01 am
Pass it on
I'm posting this link/video because.. well for one, there hasn't been a post for a while, and two, there are some vegetarian & non-veg people out there who might need to view this to wake them up to the realities of milk. If you have a friend or family member who is completely convinced that nothing is wrong with milk, at least have them watch this short 5 minute video...it'll hopefully get them to think it over.

Imagine a cow on crack cocaine

Current Mood: mellow
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