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Hello! I'm yet another newbie here. I'm trying to work my way into vegetarianism. Haven't quite gotten to vegan, although that is the ideal. I can't seem to shake the cheese habit. :0)<br><br>
I have two cats and a dog. They are all raw-fed (two of them due to problems with tolerating kibble, though can't say I like feeding them kibble anyhow). I wrestle with the issue of buying meat cheaply (especially for the dog) and knowing it comes from highly unethical situations. I've been purchasing a free-range, grass-fed venison raw food from New Zealand to deal with this, but it's expensive! I think the dog's food costs more than mine <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/grin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":D">... but I love him to bits, so there you have it.<br><br>
I'm glad I found this board... it looks like it will be a big help!<br><br>
-LM
 

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Hi there LilMo! Is that your doggy in your avatar? So cute <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"> My name is Clare, welcome to the Veggieboards! I joined a few days ago.<br><br>
I admit too, I get cheese cravings, but I recently found a couple of vegan cheese recipes, and some of the store bought can be quite good. When I get a craving I sometimes make some "cheese" nutritional yeast sauce. :B<br><br>
Anyhoo, see you around!
 

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Thanks for the welcome, Clare. The pup is my semi-dog. ;0) I adopted her and she and my dog were not a great match so now she lives with my mom. So cute, though.<br><br>
I've been hearing quite a bit about the nutritional yeast cheese replacer so may have to give that a go.
 

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Welcome! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/broccoli.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":bobo:">
 

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Welcome!<br><br>
Cheese can be a tough one to shake. When I was omni, I could go through an 8 ounce chunk a day. I would put it on everything and eat it as a snack. If you google 'cheese and addiction', there are some interesting ideas floating around about why it is so difficult to give up. But it is possible. I got over it by finding tasty recipes for non-dairy sauces. The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook by Jo Stepaniak is a good resource.
 

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Wow... yeah. There's a lot out there. Opiates are very concentrated in casein, thought to calm the calves. That's crazy. I wonder if there's a 12 step program for this...
 

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Wow... yeah. There's a lot out there. Opiates are very concentrated in casein, thought to calm the calves. That's crazy. I wonder if there's a 12 step program for this...</div>
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That is highly disturbing. I have a hard time giving up cheese myself, but I'm getting there! I just love the way my body feels when I eat right!
 
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