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06-23-2005 05:00 PM
dslrbbt ones that i visit:

http://www.vegfamily.com/lists/animal-ingredients.htm

http://www.hedweb.com/campaig/ingred.htm

http://www.happycow.net/health-animal-ingredients.html



i'd really like to compile them all into one big list and somehow turn it into a little book that i can keep with me, but i haven't gotten around to that just yetl.
06-21-2005 02:58 PM
audiopie thanks for the links
06-16-2005 08:12 PM
canadianSKA vegan-info.com/additives.html



this one is pretty extensive... although some of them are sort of no-brainers
06-16-2005 08:03 PM
down_to_earth Thank you.



I've been wanting to pose a question like this for quite awhile, but I've not thought about it the few times I've been at the computer. I'm definately saving these links.





Laura
06-16-2005 03:45 PM
Michael PETA has a list...



http://www.peta.org/mc/factsheet_display.asp?ID=72
06-16-2005 03:42 PM
mush Here's a list I found in my bookmarks, this might be helpful to you:



http://www.vnv.org.au/FoodAdditives.htm
06-16-2005 03:27 PM
audiopie i have looked around a little bit on the interweb looking for a kind of list of non vegan ingrediants. i like to keep it simple when it comes to eating. a lot of fresh produce and all natural organics. but when im out and need to get a bit to eat a lot of the time the only place for miles is a ma and pops grociery store. its hard to know exactly what all these items are in the ingrediants. and like how do i know if certain ingrediants are plant or animal derived. i normally call the 800 numbers on the packages but id like to keep a cheat sheet with me that i can trust until i know for sure what is really what. i dont really spend much time on the interweb but enough to check stuff out that eerks me. so any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks

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