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4/24/13 6:02 A

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Oh, I forgot to add to put a bit of salt, tamari, soy sauce, bragg's liquid aminos, or the like in there, to taste. One of my favorite combinations with the greens was using one part fresh sage and one part fresh Thai basil and then pecans. Someone I mentioned this to insisted the sage would be too strong, but it was heavenly. Another great one was one part fresh Thai basil and one part fresh peppermint with macadamia nuts (decadent!) oh yum. I used them on stove top toasted ezekial pitas or tortillas, spread the pesto on thick and then added all sorts of delicious healthy veggies like finely shredded red cabbage, bell peppers, homemade sauerkraut, mushrooms, oh anything. Makes a very satisfying meal. Sometimes I just have to have another one. :~)

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Thanks Shivamoon for your vegan pesto recipe. I can hardly wait to try it.

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4/23/13 2:47 A

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Well then, my friend,
Share the recipes for those really good nutritional yeast cheeze sauces. Would like to see what you've got.
Thanks

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Thanks Shivamoon, I haven't made pesto, I guess because I eat mostly Mexican and Middle Eastern type foods. However Vegenaise had a wonderful pesto sauce. it is really too good. I will remember to make some when I am thinking of Italian or changing up some middle eastern foods.

I used to buy vegan cheese but just eat too much of it, although I like Follow Your Heart brand, so if I am making something that calls for vegan cheese I always use theirs. I have made a couple really good cheeze sauces out of nutritional yeast, but still experimenting with different things. I made a vegan sour creme last week and was boring, so added fresh dill.

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Welcome Beth, and welcome Sullyn, too (I missed welcoming you last time I posted.) Good luck with your goals.

Beth, if you learn to make good vegan pestos, bean dips and other things like that ... and experiment with them until you find some good combos, cheese might not have such a hold on you anymore.

For my pestos I use (but usually in bigger batches):
1 cup greens (things like basil, mint, sage ... very aromatic and rich)
1/2 cup nuts (experiment... no need to stick with just pine nuts)
a clove or more of garlic
lime zest (I use all of it from however many limes I use)
lime juice from fresh limes, heck I put all the lime pulp in, too
T of almond or peanut butter
and maybe cumin or turmeric with a spin of freshly ground pepper
I blend this all up in my Vitamix
but you could also do a version where you chop it all very fine but do not blend it smooth.

The more you experiment with making interesting vegan foods, the less you will feel dependent on those old unhealthy standbys.

Best to you! Enjoy your vegan adventures.

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Thanks Ladies, I will have to learn your names :)

Sweetyoungthing, wonderful you have family members who are Vegans too. My daughter is but my son is not. However, my son has really reduced the amount of meat he eats. If everyone did that we would have a much happier planet.



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emoticon back and good luck with your weight loss goals. emoticon

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I live in a rural area, as well and also have a 1-hour plus ride to Whole Foods so I really have to make the trip count. I "hear ya"! Luckily, my son and DIL are vegans also and they come with me and it's a great bonding day. I did reply to a post on another team thread but will say it again - 'welcome back' and best of luck, Pat

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Hello, I have been a member of this group for a couple years, but stopped used SP soon after I joined. I am here to try again. I am very talkative and looking for an active group.

I am a struggling vegan, I eat a little cheese and milk chocolate here and there due to my food addictions, but keep it very very minimal. I am only human. I also eat organic local honey from time to time. I like to support my local bee keepers. I will always support organic bee keepers, they will help save this planet, it it is savable.

I am a widow (husband of 10 years died of lung cancer 3 years ago) I have two grown children, a daughter 26 living in Tucson and a Son 20 who lives with me. I have 2 dog and a bunch of cats. 4 cats inside right now and 8 outside. I love animals and can not say no when they are hungry. I am a freelance photographer (link below).

I became a vegan about 6 years ago when I learned of the factory farm situations. I just can't be a supporter of that, which breaks my heart after I eat cheese :( I live in the midwest right now and it is very hard to stay 100% vegan. I drive 1.5 hours each way to Trader Joes and Whole Foods to get my staples. I only have to drive a half hour to get tofu and milk sups, so that is good.

I need to lose some weight Again, but in menopause so a million more times difficult than before. Also the only time I lost weight was to keep the starches low, which is very hard being a vegan on a fixed income. But not impossible right?

I look forward to getting to know the regulars here. Happy Earth Day!!




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Welcome Maya and Sullyn. Lots of great resources here. Best of luck, Pat

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Hi Maya! Good Job. You'll be feeling svelte and slender in not time.

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Welcome to the team! Jump right in. We are a chatty group.

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Hi everyone, I started being vegan on 3/4/13. I just started cold turkey! I lost only 5lbs in this time frame but I feel so much better and I sleep better as well. So far I seem to be loosing inches so I don't think I'll be getting on the scale soon. Hope to loose more in the future!

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HI Shiva!

We can friend people on spark now?? Wow! I have been gone for a while!




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Feel free to friend me!

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Hi Evelyn,
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Hi Sullyn - great to hear that switching over to a more compassionate way of eating has help you so much! Another one for team V.

I know in some areas it can be hard to meet other vegans and while the vegan groups on spark are amazing sometimes you just need that face to face.

Are you familiar with meetup.com? You can search by interest and hobbies. It's a great way to find vegan potlucks in your area if there are any.

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You might want to slap me for saying this, but in a way your migraines were just trying to tell you something all along (dare I say -- trying to protect you?) ... because what's good for curing migraines is also good for curing hearts, kidneys, livers...

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I think of all that good reasons to be vegan, the big one is that your migraines went away in only a week. And I think you have bragging rights that, after eating no animal produce and processed food, your migraines went away when nothing else worked. And why would you change.

Keep up the great work.

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Thank you everyone for the great comments and warm welcome! I appreciate it all!

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Thanks for posting the passage- I do not take that as animals are made to be eaten either personally.

I know how really blessed to have my family participating in this life change with me and I'm very grateful.

I can tell I am really going to like Shelly ! I'm sharing the debate people with facebook as I've wanted to slap a few "friends' lately for exactly that stuff. Thanks for sharing!

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Thank you, Beme. I was going to point this out as well, but you did a great job. I will just add that when the Israelites left Egypt with Moses, God was providing food (manna) and water for them. Instead of being thankful they lusted for the flesh pots they had left behind. If you remember the rest of the story God allowed quails to fly into their camp. While the flesh was still in their mouth they begin to die. God was preparing them to give His message of love and salvation to the world. If they had listened to Him with heart's of gratitude they would have not experienced the diseases that came from eating flesh. Their minds would have been clear and open to hear Him.

In heaven there will be no killing. The lion and lamb will lie down together. We will enjoy the freshest most wonderful vegan diet beyond our imagination!

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That was funny (Shelly Williams), BEME80.

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I figured if anyone doesn't mind I would respond to the bible question. Actually, it wasn't until after Adam and Eve fell from grace that we started to eat meat. "God said, Behold, I have given you every herb [plant] bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat [food]. And to every beast of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to every thing that creepeth upon the earth, wherein there is life, I have given every green herb [plant] for meat [food]: and it was so." Gen. 1:29- 30. So eating animal flesh wasn't the original plan. At least this is how I, and many others have taken it.

I LOVE that your family did this with you. That is AMAZING. In a household where I feel guilty because I don't cook two separate meals and how much I hate stocking the freezer with meat, I think it is awesome. I'm newly vegan myself by the way.

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I'd love one of your t-shirts, size L. :D

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Welcome to the group! Nice to have another crazy person along for the ride... I stopped looking for a good vegan cheese because they are all so full of fat just like regular cheese and not at all good for you so what a waste anyway. We eat pizza without it and it is just as good. Load your whole grain crust up with tons of veggies a great tasting sauce and enjoy!


BTW a good portion of the rain forest was destroyed to raise cattle there. So that blows that theory right out of the water against vegans.

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Hi Kimberly. I loved reading your post.

When your friends/acquaintances imply you're not giving your children the nutrition they need ... you could always tell them you never want your children to go through the years of pain, suffering, ill health, and over medication (without results) that you went through. Anyway, you will know in your own mind that the nutrition you are providing is far superior to what they got before. Where do cows and horses get their protein? Those big animals, unless forced to eat unnatural processed feed laden with pulverized animal by-products (and then receiving massive doses of antibiotics to combat the associated disease risk), would be eating only plant matter. They have no trouble getting their protein.

Here's a link to one of my favorite nutrition wizards (he's so smart and funny), Dr. Michael Gregor. He's got lots of short videos you can watch AND a very long one called "Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death". His site may allay some of your fears.

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Enjoyed reading the posts here. I have known many life long vegans who have grown children raised that way. All are healthy and energetic. Hope this encourages. Welcome to the team, Kimberly!

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Kimberly - welcome to the group! You have already come so far and that's awesome. You will get on track with the cooking and recipes. We all fall into that place where we like easy and fast. I'm currently pulling myself out of it too. Cooking a healthy meal doesn't need to take more than 20 minutes with good preparation. Together we can all get back to healthy cooking. This group is very supportive and full of fun recipes. Have a question? Post it. I'd bet someone else wants to know too.

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I love your mantra Waterdiamonds. Welcome again to the team Kimberly. You have make such huge progress in such a short while. emoticon

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What an eloquent and beautifully written post.

Welcome to the group. Welcome to the encouragement, information, motivational stories and tools to help you continue working your way to the great health you and your family deserve.

You've already done so much to improve your lives. Just keep walking forward; however small the change you make, it is bound to be more healthful than the alternative!!

Perhaps you will find one of my favorite mantras helpful too: "This bite matters. This step matters. And that's all that matters right now."

Best of success to you.

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Hello all! My name is Kimberly I'm happily married for almost 11 years and have 2 kiddos. I'm excited to see a Vegan group here- I feel all lost and alone as a vegan in the midwest!

I became a vegan at the age of 34 on September 1st 2012- not that long ago at all! I originally went vegan for health reasons- I suffered from debilitating daily migraines for years and was a medical guinea pig- up to 17 pills a day at on point just trying to prevent them. It wasn't working for me- just giving me fun side effects like hallucinations and randomly fainting- and who knows what else so I decided to try something different. After some research this is what I landed on.

I woke up Sept 1st and told my husband my plan- told him I'd happily keep cooking for him but I was tired of not being able to live life and enjoy my family. He said "Okay- well then we're all doing it." And from that evening on we've been doing it together. I was scared as a full blown carnivore who use to give a pitiful look and say "oh I"m so sorry" anytime someone told me they were even vegetarian- I was raised knowing that vegetables consisted of potato and corn. I had no idea how I would ever live without cheese. Yes- I was that person. So I guess I deserve all of the comments and looks I get now. All I know is- I was so wrong. This has been the best thing I have ever done for myself in my entire life. (not the best thing I ever did- i have 2 great kids and a fantastic hubby afterall). It was a struggle going cold turkey- I cleared out my fridge, freezer and pantry that night and was cooking pure vegan by lunch.

It was a surprise for my family to do it with me- the kids being 9 and 5 really had no idea until we told them a month later, and explained everything. Through more and more research and recipe testing I feel I've become very firm in my resolve to continue on this path for good. My migraines stopped after the first week- I think I forgot to mention that. And with that I also opened my eyes to the truth of the food industry and refused to shut them again. Ew. I"m happy to be now living a cruelty free life- ignorance may have been bliss for me at the time but it wasn't for the animals and it wasn't for my health. My list of items I thought I"d never live without has gone from 1000000 things to maybe 2-5. I would love to know how to make a fake french dip, where the hell we can get a good cheese substitute, and if mai wah crab/shrimp is any good- really. I need to know before I pay 80 dollars in shipping =).

Originally I tried to not use many fake meat products- but my hubby has been traveling a lot the past 2 months and I"ve fallen into that fast and easy rut and feeling guilty about it. I'd like to use them no more then once a week so my current push is to get back on track with that even if the hubby isn't home. I'm thinking my solution might be to double the meals I make when he's here and freeze them for when he's gone so I can just reheat that when he is gone for the kids and I, but I've not yet put that into practice. I"m happy to have suggestions.

Thanks to the instant "but where do you get your protein" question I'm also back to a panic about if I"m feeding the kids 100 percent right so hopefully the food track here will help me calm those worries- I do know it's ridiculous but still as a mom I worry. I've had a hard time with friends- sometimes still do. I feel like I'm always defending my choice and that there is always an eye-roll thrown my way. I swear I don't even bring it up, unless asked. Though I swear I'm about to get a t-shirt made that would respond to all of the remarks I typically get: "yes you can live without cheese. yes there is protein in vegan food. yes it has flavor- probably more then yours. No, I don't care that the bible says animals were made to be eaten (does it really say that??). Yes, I know I'm fat- yes I'm seriously vegan. No, I don't think I'll become a pasty colored waif. No, I don't think my food is better then yours- I think it's healthier then yours and soooo much less cruel. Yes- there are issues with the manufacturing of soy and rain forests have been destroyed- but 80 percent of the current soy production is for livestock. No I don't eat grass and twigs . I didn't bring it up - YOU DID! " That might be much for 1 t shirt, maybe and I"m sure I missed a few.

I'm still figuring it out and this isn't the best location to do it- we don't have any vegan restaurants or groups here that I know of so I'm happy to have found this group and hope to get to know ya'll a bit !

-Kimberly

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