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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 2:13 pm 
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I don't know what to say really...

I'm bodybuilding for about a month. Keep falling off the vegan wagon due to eating dairy products :oops: I don't know how to stop as ice-cream tastes too great. Have finally become a vegan again about 2 days ago. :)

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Soy Delicious Peanut Butter Zig Zag. Eat it. You will never desire dairy ice cream ever again. Their Fudge Brownie and Cherry Nirvana are not bad either.


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Welcome ! :D

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Welcome and be careful: Being member of this forum my make you go vegan :wink:

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Welcome dude/dudette!
Where are you from? It's easier for us to give you substitutes for dairy-poop if you telll us where your from (as there are people from all around the globe in here) :D .

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Welcome Comet :)

Cool that you're here now! 8)

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Ok I'm a dude from Virginia State.

Ya I'm hoping that with finding y'all I'll have the determination and encouragement to stay vegan this time for good :D

i don't know about y'all but I find that with the amount of tv programmes which advertise meat and my friends who are omnivorous themselves, it was a bad habit to break... (how does on cope!)

Thanks for the welcomes and hi back :D


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Evan wrote:
Soy Delicious Peanut Butter Zig Zag. Eat it. You will never desire dairy ice cream ever again. Their Fudge Brownie and Cherry Nirvana are not bad either.


Damn you and your fancy shmancy American dairy-free food!!! :P

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Welcom Comet!

Great to see you here :)

I agree with some of the others, we have some AMAZING soy ice cream out there! It is in tons of stores too. From Whole Foods, to Wild Oats, to Natural Food stores and co-ops, and even some mainstream grocery stores carry it.

You will find lots if motivation, inspiration and information here. I have a feeling you'll also make some good friends. I know I have.

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Welcome Comet!


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Welcome, Comet!!!

You don't say where you are from. Maybe we can help with the ice cream/dairy products if we know where you are from? Do you have Soy Dream at your local Health Food Stores (HFS)? It is a wonderful replacement for ice-cream & totally vegan.

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Oh I'm sorry I will put my state on the board :) I'm from Virginia and I am unfortunately allergic to soy. I might be going total raw soon, without any substances suchas sugar and other chemicals :) :roll:


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Comet wrote:
Oh I'm sorry I will put my state on the board :) I'm from Virginia and I am unfortunately allergic to soy. I might be going total raw soon, without any substances suchas sugar and other chemicals :) :roll:



I don't take in much soy at all, so a good "sub" to ice-cream could be fruit smoothies. I use orange juice and all different kinds of berries, it might help your cravings.


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Thanks that's a good idea I'll try that - any smoothie recipes? I like strawberries and banana mix from "organic farms" I think. I'll start juicing again I had a good time with that :)

Thanks


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