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Complete Vegan Hamper With extra lean healthy vegan products £29.99 + £4.99 p&p @ Muscle Food
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Complete Vegan Hamper With extra lean healthy vegan products £29.99 + £4.99 p&p @ Muscle Food

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Posted 5th Jul
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Vegan or not, that stuff isn’t healthy. Heavily processed, artificial foods are not good regardless of their vegan credentials. I’m not vegan, but if I was, I’d make sure I chose the naturally vegan options, not these “created to cash in” fad foods. You’d be better off spending the money at a local grocery shop on fresh veg.
This site is against veganism... Unless it's free or glitch
woldranger05/07/2019 21:06

I thought this would have been posted multiple times - it's not like …I thought this would have been posted multiple times - it's not like vegan's to be backwards in coming forwards when it comes to extolling the virtues of veganism....


Why did the vegan cross the road ?
To tell somebody else that they were a vegan.

Im available for weddings and funerals
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This site is against veganism... Unless it's free or glitch
Great deal. Have some heat
Considering what I usually pay for vegan/veggie stuff this is a decent price.
singhisking6805/07/2019 18:32

This site is against veganism... Unless it's free or glitch


This lot wouldn't have it if it's free either!.
Have some heat!.

Thanks for sharing!
Edited by: "polarbaba" 6th Jul
Vegan or not, that stuff isn’t healthy. Heavily processed, artificial foods are not good regardless of their vegan credentials. I’m not vegan, but if I was, I’d make sure I chose the naturally vegan options, not these “created to cash in” fad foods. You’d be better off spending the money at a local grocery shop on fresh veg.
coldpop05/07/2019 19:21

Vegan or not, that stuff isn’t healthy. Heavily processed, artificial f …Vegan or not, that stuff isn’t healthy. Heavily processed, artificial foods are not good regardless of their vegan credentials. I’m not vegan, but if I was, I’d make sure I chose the naturally vegan options, not these “created to cash in” fad foods. You’d be better off spending the money at a local grocery shop on fresh veg.



Whilst I totally agree with your sentiments and speaking as a vegetarian, to buy good fresh, fruit and veg you need to have access to that mythical person - a greengrocer and/or fruiterer. Regrettably, that is not always possible.

I would also agree that eating, quoting you, "Heavily processed, artificial foods" is not even close to ideal but, if I have to eat "Heavily processed, artificial foods", I would rater they were veggie/vegan than the antibiotic, hormone laden, non veggie "Heavily processed, artificial foods".

No, I am not on my do not eat animals soapbox because I do not have one, I chose to be vegetarian because the animal part of farming became the meat industry and the chemical corners that are cut made me choose not to eat the stuff. If you have access to quality meat and can afford it, enjoy it. I have neither the access nor the money to do so.
Edited by: "cibarious" 5th Jul
Is soy free now a thing? It's a healthy source of complete protein and the only humans needing to not consume great quantities of it are infants.
singhisking6805/07/2019 18:32

This site is against veganism... Unless it's free or glitch


Each to their own my old fruit. We live in a "democracy"
Before all the comments come flooding in.....

NounEdit · old fruit (plural old fruits). (Britain, slang, dated, sometimes as a term of address) An oldfriend; an old chap or fellow.
I thought this would have been posted multiple times - it's not like vegan's to be backwards in coming forwards when it comes to extolling the virtues of veganism....
woldranger05/07/2019 21:06

I thought this would have been posted multiple times - it's not like …I thought this would have been posted multiple times - it's not like vegan's to be backwards in coming forwards when it comes to extolling the virtues of veganism....


What about meat eaters who wonder where vegans get their protein from?.
polarbaba05/07/2019 21:46

What about meat eaters who wonder where vegans get their protein from?.



Nuts!!!
polarbaba05/07/2019 21:46

What about meat eaters who wonder where vegans get their protein from?.


That's hardly a sterotype! Well, not among non vegans anyway!
woldranger05/07/2019 21:06

I thought this would have been posted multiple times - it's not like …I thought this would have been posted multiple times - it's not like vegan's to be backwards in coming forwards when it comes to extolling the virtues of veganism....


Why did the vegan cross the road ?
To tell somebody else that they were a vegan.

Im available for weddings and funerals
cibarious05/07/2019 19:58

Whilst I totally agree with your sentiments and speaking as a vegetarian, …Whilst I totally agree with your sentiments and speaking as a vegetarian, to buy good fresh, fruit and veg you need to have access to that mythical person - a greengrocer and/or fruiterer. Regrettably, that is not always possible. I would also agree that eating, quoting you, "Heavily processed, artificial foods" is not even close to ideal but, if I have to eat "Heavily processed, artificial foods", I would rater they were veggie/vegan than the antibiotic, hormone laden, non veggie "Heavily processed, artificial foods". No, I am not on my do not eat animals soapbox because I do not have one, I chose to be vegetarian because the animal part of farming became the meat industry and the chemical corners that are cut made me choose not to eat the stuff. If you have access to quality meat and can afford it, enjoy it. I have neither the access nor the money to do so.


Everyone has access to fruit and veg. If you can afford to buy a box of stuff like this, you can certainly afford to buy fresh produce. Nobody has an excuse to eat this type of food, it’s really laziness. It simply takes more effort to prepare fresh food. Whether you’re a meat eater, vegetarian or vegan, there is no excuse for processed foods.
coldpop06/07/2019 07:36

Everyone has access to fruit and veg. If you can afford to buy a box of …Everyone has access to fruit and veg. If you can afford to buy a box of stuff like this, you can certainly afford to buy fresh produce. Nobody has an excuse to eat this type of food, it’s really laziness. It simply takes more effort to prepare fresh food. Whether you’re a meat eater, vegetarian or vegan, there is no excuse for processed foods.



Hi - I applaud your attitude to food and it is certainly the way to go, in an ideal world. Regrettably we do not live in an ideal world and food quality continues to drop in the face of marketing pressure. These days it is mostly produced for looks and uniformity and, most important, for shelf life not for nutrient content.

Most of what we eat is prepared from scratch, a lot of it is also organic but we still have the occasional processed dish. In addition, due to the drop in nutrients in all food, we take supplements.

Basically, I think we are both on the same page in believing that diet is the quality of what you put down your food chute and not, as so many people seem to think, that you need to go on a diet to get ready for your beach holiday/wedding.

Have a great weekend.
cibarious05/07/2019 19:58

Whilst I totally agree with your sentiments and speaking as a vegetarian, …Whilst I totally agree with your sentiments and speaking as a vegetarian, to buy good fresh, fruit and veg you need to have access to that mythical person - a greengrocer and/or fruiterer. Regrettably, that is not always possible. I would also agree that eating, quoting you, "Heavily processed, artificial foods" is not even close to ideal but, if I have to eat "Heavily processed, artificial foods", I would rater they were veggie/vegan than the antibiotic, hormone laden, non veggie "Heavily processed, artificial foods". No, I am not on my do not eat animals soapbox because I do not have one, I chose to be vegetarian because the animal part of farming became the meat industry and the chemical corners that are cut made me choose not to eat the stuff. If you have access to quality meat and can afford it, enjoy it. I have neither the access nor the money to do so.


Not on a soapbox?
I take it that you don't know the meaning of the word then?
Edited by: "chimp14uk" 6th Jul
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