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PostPosted: Thu Sep 08, 2005 2:38 pm 
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Eating out can still be hard sometimes

That's true. Eating out is really the only problem. Although i wish i had your options :? Here it's pizza without cheese from the Italian restaurant or a salad anywhere else :evil:
There are SO good vegan restaurants in some places, but Germany is lagging far far FAR behind in this matter :cry:


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P.S. I like your user name! Blade, yes?

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Yesss! Blade, as he calls himself, the Daywalker, as the vampires he hunts whisper in fear.... *all of their strengths ... none of their weaknesses...* :roll:
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Ah yes, I met a girl recently who is here for a few months from Germany doing an internship. I have taken her out for vegan cheesesteaks (it is Philadelphia, afterall), we made a campfire and I introduced her to the beauty that are toasted vegan marshmallows (and vegan s'mores), we have had vegan cheese nachos, brownie sundaes, etc! I get pretty excited about food, which most people find a little strange, but oh well. :) Anyway, I am getting her hooked on American vegan food. ;) I am bad!


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nicole wrote:
I have taken her out for vegan cheesesteaks (it is Philadelphia, afterall), we made a campfire and I introduced her to the beauty that are toasted vegan marshmallows (and vegan s'mores), we have had vegan cheese nachos, brownie sundaes, etc!

NICOLE! :evil:
Stop teasing me!
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That's unfair!

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I get pretty excited about food, which most people find a little strange, but oh well. :)

Hehe, i know what you mean. I LOVE food! The vegan food i don't like has yet to be discovered ;) Sometimes i get a little too excited about food as well ... :roll: But that doesn't matter, as most people find me a little strange any way :D

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Anyway, I am getting her hooked on American vegan food. ;) I am bad!

*laughs*!
Yes, you are bad! Bad to the bone!
Maybe it's not that bad that we don't have (good) vegan cheese, marshmallows or decent ice cream around... i practically HAVE to eat healthy food instead :lol:

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Haha, sorry! I am just a huge fan of food. Let's just say that it's a good thing that I spend as much time working out as I do, or it might not be pretty! Okay, it's not that bad, but I don't feel guilty about eating a treat when I want one! :)


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um...it would be pretty redundant for me to exclaim my love for food on yet another thread - you can see how much I love it on the numerous threads I have hijacked, as well as the recipe section. :wink:

and daywalker - I totally NEED your girlfriends recipe for vegan tiramisu! :shock: :D

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Thanks Nicole,

for the explination of power yoga. I can not even do normal yoga... but I think I need to start on something like that since I am so unflexible.


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Welcome to the board, Nicole.

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veganmadre, Anyone who loves vegan food is a friend of mine! Hehehe.

And, K-oz, almost anyone can do power yoga! I've seen it. It's so easily adaptable to whatever your level is. You should check out a class if you ever have the opportunity! :)

sirdle, thanks! :)


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ok! I will :)


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K-oz wrote:
ok! I will :)

I witness that she said that! :wink:
And will report when she doesn't try :twisted:

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Daywalker wrote:

And will report when she doesn't try :twisted:


:shock:

:?


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Welcome. :D I've been reading a lot about that Baptiste style of yoga; it sounds awesome. And on the Web site you linked to, it even features a vegan cookbook for sale. I approve that message.


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Welcome, Nicole! Power yoga sounds pretty amazing. And with your long-term vegan lifestyle knowledge, I'm sure you'll have lots of great stuff to contribute here!


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