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#1 Old 09-03-2006, 02:56 PM
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I am looking for your favorites, and any others you know to be Vegan.

PS Thank for being sweeeeet.
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#2 Old 09-03-2006, 02:58 PM
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favorite what?
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ahh. I never eat junk food
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#4 Old 09-03-2006, 03:00 PM
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Tings!



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#5 Old 09-03-2006, 03:01 PM
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Sorry alway have problems with finding server so I reduce the typing and then went back and added (Edit) the missing text.

So it's Favorite vegan Junk Food
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#6 Old 09-03-2006, 03:03 PM
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ahh. I never eat junk food





Do the words "Cake. Me likes cake" ring a bell?
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Kettle's Krinkle Cut chips.



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Home made mango sorbet!! Cut up and freeze a mango, put it in a blender with a bit of vanilla rice milk & agave nectar. Yum and healthy!!
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ahh. I never eat junk food

Come on this is not true confessions and lies. LOL

Never is a long long time.
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haha. My all time favorite cookies: Vive Le Vegan Homestyle Chocolate Chip cookies. If you dont have Vive le vegan, go get it now! She's got the best resipes ever! Hmm..other than occasional cookies, I usually just have fruit, rice cake with peanut butter and applesauce on top, home-made granola, etc.
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i love these cookies when i'm in the mood for baking (or urgently need sweet things to fool omnis), but measuring things out is too much like hard work: http://www.veganstore.co.uk/dixie_chip_cookie.html
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Pot Noodles. SRSLY. Love them.

Loads of omnis don't even know they're (well, a lot of the flavours) are vegan. Watching them read the packaging is funny. They're like "what's textured vegetable protein?"
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Alternative Baking Company's cookies.
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#14 Old 09-03-2006, 04:01 PM
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Hey there, VeganJoe:



Well, there's the kind you make yourself and it's fabulous, like vegan chocolate chip cookies, and vegan pumpkin pie. (I have some ripe pumpkins in my backyard right now.) I also recommend gingerbread cookies made with blackstrap molasses. I figured out that I am a molasses lover though. You can get away with making the cookies with whole wheat flour. They're just as good and they become very filling.



Then, there's a brand name I can't remember, but it's a Fair Trade Ricemilk chocolate. For the most part, it is to die for! My only complaint is that it is not as strong as milk chocolate. I also like Clif Brownie bars. Swedish Fish, Jujyfruits and Sour Patch Kids make really good movie food. Red Hots eaten with "buttery" popcorn are really yummy too.
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homemade cinnamon buns

homemade chocolate peanut butter pie

homemade chocolate chip and ginger cookies



Country Choice cookies

Liz Lovely peanut butter cookies

chocolate covered almonds

Chocolate peanut butter soy ice cream
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#16 Old 09-03-2006, 04:23 PM
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I just bought some Cliff Bars the other day and well. Not my cup of tea.

Bought some "Organics" popcorn that I have yet to open. Ginger Snap Cookies have always been some of my favorites, Last week at the store I looked for them and there were none on the shelf.. They stay on the shelf for a long time as people don't buy them much. Nabisco I believe is the brand name. Disapioned that such candy as Hot Tomales, and Good & Plenty are not vegan. So next time I go to the movies, You guys will help me go well prepared.LOL
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Look for My-Del... Not the best gingersnaps I've ever had, but they are vegan and I still eat the whole bag.
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Burger King's french fries.

dipped in a pint of Soy Delicious Simply Decadent.
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Burger King fries = trans fat out the wazoo.
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But I do second the Soy Delicious.
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Burger King's french fries.

dipped in a pint of Soy Delicious Simply Decadent.





Oh, you're talking! I have not had anything CLOSE to french fries dipped in Frosty for a loooooooooooooooooong time!
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Burger King fries = trans fat out the wazoo.

Oh, goodie! They DO qualify as junk food!
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Oh, goodie! They DO qualify as junk food!



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So good chocolate soy ice cream cones

Toffuti cuties

Endangered species deep forest mint chocolate bars

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Home made mango sorbet!! Cut up and freeze a mango, put it in a blender with a bit of vanilla rice milk & agave nectar. Yum and healthy!!



LOL!!! If you count that as junk food, you must be the healthiest eater around.



Mangos are gifts from the gods. I swear that the day they decided to send down an mango seed to earth to grow into a mango tree, Homo Sapiens Sapiens must have done something WONDERFUL to deserve it. Perhaps it was the day that one of those species decided to become Vegetarian????
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Burger King's french fries.

dipped in a pint of Soy Delicious Simply Decadent.

you what?

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^^^ I assumed kpickell wasn't serious about the "dipped in" part until Froggy seconded it.



I agree...
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I have been very very bad this weekend. I made vegan chocolate chip cookies from VWAV and Blackstrap Gingerbread with Lemon Sauce from Vegan Lunchbox. I also had some peanut butter tofuti cuties. My usual junk food is a trail mix with nuts, dried fruits and carob or chocolate chips.
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^^^ I assumed kpickell wasn't serious about the "dipped in" part until Froggy seconded it.



I agree...

No, really, you should try it. See at Wendy's it's standard fare to get french fries and a "Frosty" and dip the fries in the frosty. Slightly melted Soy Delicious is the perfect vegan alternative.
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No, really, you should try it. See at Wendy's it's standard fare to get french fries and a "Frosty" and dip the fries in the frosty. Slightly melted Soy Delicious is the perfect vegan alternative.



I really need to try this...
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