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#16 Postby veggieprincess » Mon Sep 24, 2007 6:40 pm

I wish they made a vegan spray like "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Spray". I used to use that stuff on everything? :cry:
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#17 Postby veganpotter » Mon Sep 24, 2007 8:15 pm

You can always just melt some vegan buttery spread and put in in a spray bottle...you may need to thin it with some other kind of oil but I'm sure it would work fine.

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#18 Postby Cappadonna » Sat Sep 29, 2007 9:52 pm

Tofurky Italian Saugages
Amy's California Burgers
Silk Very Vanilla Soy Milk

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#19 Postby kailla » Wed Nov 28, 2007 11:07 am

Tofutti better than cream cheese (on a toasted bagel with some picked-that-morning tomatoes mmmmmm)


Damn! that sounds awesome!! :love10:

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#20 Postby loveliberate » Wed Nov 28, 2007 5:07 pm

Vega, Organic Food Bar, VitaMineralGreens, Ultimate Meal, Tofurky Soysages, Thai Kitchen Curry pastes, Yogi Tea, Ting's, Dr. Oetker...
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#21 Postby Michelle » Wed Nov 28, 2007 7:03 pm

pelicanAndrew wrote:I'm also a big fan of Green And Black chocolate bars. mmmmmmmmmmmmm. The mint is like a chocolate-mint induced mouth-orgasm. Fantastic.


I concur on the mouth-orgasm. Green & Black is the best! I keep a 70% dark bar in my nightstand at all times, in case of emergency.

Stonewall Jerquee - I got some of this when Ed and I stopped in Tennessee to visit Zack and did not purchase enough. We spent a lot of time on the drive discussing the fact that we should've gotten the 5lb bag. Suffice to say, I like it better than most of the other jerkys I've tried.

Tofurkey anything. I like most everything of theirs I've tried, thus far.

Brownies from http://www.simpletreats.com/ are the best ever. They are not currently accepting orders, but I did purchase a cookbook from them, so my own brownies will be the best ever until they start taking orders again. Oh how I wish they would.

Tofutti better than cream cheese
. Mix it with nutritional yeast, onion powder, and a tiny bit of cayenne pepper = closest thing to cheddar spread I've tried.

Wild Oats brand Pineapple-Chipotle salsa. I ate the entire jar in one day, and it wasn't just because I was in a hotel with no fridge to store it in. (Although, that's the excuse I used.) When I got sick of the chips, I dipped fresh kale.

Enjoy Life Foods Snickerdoodle cookies. Price is a little high for a box of cookies that only last for eight minutes in my house (if we don't eat them all in the car on our way home) but worth it.

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#22 Postby veggieprincess » Fri Nov 30, 2007 12:59 am

Michelle wrote:
pelicanAndrew wrote:I'm also a big fan of Green And Black chocolate bars. mmmmmmmmmmmmm. The mint is like a chocolate-mint induced mouth-orgasm. Fantastic.


I concur on the mouth-orgasm. Green & Black is the best! I keep a 70% dark bar in my nightstand at all times, in case of emergency.

Stonewall Jerquee - I got some of this when Ed and I stopped in Tennessee to visit Zack and did not purchase enough. We spent a lot of time on the drive discussing the fact that we should've gotten the 5lb bag. Suffice to say, I like it better than most of the other jerkys I've tried.

Tofurkey anything. I like most everything of theirs I've tried, thus far.

Brownies from http://www.simpletreats.com/ are the best ever. They are not currently accepting orders, but I did purchase a cookbook from them, so my own brownies will be the best ever until they start taking orders again. Oh how I wish they would.

Tofutti better than cream cheese
. Mix it with nutritional yeast, onion powder, and a tiny bit of cayenne pepper = closest thing to cheddar spread I've tried.

Wild Oats brand Pineapple-Chipotle salsa. I ate the entire jar in one day, and it wasn't just because I was in a hotel with no fridge to store it in. (Although, that's the excuse I used.) When I got sick of the chips, I dipped fresh kale.

Enjoy Life Foods Snickerdoodle cookies. Price is a little high for a box of cookies that only last for eight minutes in my house (if we don't eat them all in the car on our way home) but worth it.


Not a good thread to read when I'm trying to stay on track! I want all of this!!!! :cry:
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#23 Postby joelbct » Mon Dec 03, 2007 8:06 pm

Yah I love the tofutti better than cream cheese, just bought some today...

I recently discovered Organic Food Bar's Vegan Food Bar. Creative name, right? It is actually very tasty, and nearly all whole food ingredients:

http://www.organicfoodbar.com/products/Vegan

Organic Almond Butter, Organic Date Paste, Organic Premium Agave Nectar, Organic Brown Rice Protein, Organic BioSprouts-Flax, Organic Biodynamic (Demeter) Raisins, Organic BioSprouts-Quinoa, Organic Sesame Seeds

BTW they are ~$25 for a box of 12 at whole foods, which is less than the price at the above website

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#24 Postby LongTimeVegan » Fri Dec 14, 2007 3:23 am

Toby's tofu spread and dip... Classic Lemon Dill or Jalepeno...

Eat it with corn chips or pita bread. Mmmmmmmmm :D

If the grocery store was still open I'd go get some right now. I usually eat the whole container within 24 hours of buying it, so I'm always out. :oops:

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ps. I think at least one flavor of this spread isn't vegan, but the Lemon Dill and Jalepeno are good to go.

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#25 Postby Dr. Pink » Fri Dec 14, 2007 3:55 pm

Cappadonna wrote:Tofurky Italian Saugages
Amy's California Burgers
Silk Very Vanilla Soy Milk


Oh man Very Vanilla is my all time favorite Silk flavor. I can't even drink there regular Vanilla anymore. It even kicks there's chocolate flavor in the arse :D
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#26 Postby veganpotter » Wed Jan 16, 2008 8:51 am

Thats a hell of a lot of salt...I can stand it on toast but I have to spread some type of tofu spread on first.

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#27 Postby phillipeb » Fri Feb 22, 2008 7:21 pm

It has been my experience that for children i have had the best luck making things for myself. My niece is someone i love to death and she would always want to share food with me. sadly i couldnt and didnt want to explain to a 5 year old why so the standard excuse was uncle cant eat that sorry sweetie. So she would jump at the chance to share food with me, perhaps it was situational but she loved bocca burgers any fruits or veggies, but if your looking for traditional comfort food id still recommend cooking it yourself


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check through the site for a few recipies, most of that processed crap is just that crap, although tasty i wouldnt want to feed it to my niece.

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#28 Postby BodhiDave85 » Fri Feb 22, 2008 7:48 pm

[quote="Michelle"]

I concur on the mouth-orgasm. Green & Black is the best! I keep a 70% dark bar in my nightstand at all times, in case of emergency.

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#29 Postby Dr. Pink » Fri Feb 22, 2008 8:14 pm

I'd like to try Green and Blacks but there is one thing stopping me( the factory label ) it says" This Product it manufactured on shared equipment with milk" I'm not allergic. But I am highly anal, obsessive compulsive and disease-a-phobic( Although my bestest friends kept telling me that you cannot get Mad Cow from dairy I just don't want to take any chances lol )
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#30 Postby BodhiDave85 » Fri Feb 22, 2008 8:19 pm

Dr. Pink wrote:I'd like to try Green and Blacks but there is one thing stopping me( the factory label ) it says" This Product it manufactured on shared equipment with milk" I'm not allergic. But I am highly anal, obsessive compulsive and disease-a-phobic( Although my bestest friends kept telling me that you cannot get Mad Cow from dairy I just don't want to take any chances lol )


You are doing the right thing by avoiding Green & Black. Who cares about Mad Cow, you are standing up for your own morals and that commendable. I try my best to avoid any products that touch animal products or are produced near animal products myself. Are vegan companies struggling so much that they have to share equipment with others?
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