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Started by Naja Sage Jul 24, 2010. 0 Replies

I truly believe we are what we eat-- my wife has come out with this cookbook Red- Neck Vegan -- country food without the Moo!!-- i love seeing people's reaction when they try this awesome food -- the…Continue

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Comment by Naja Sage on August 2, 2010 at 7:54am
Welcome Paula-- thats kool-- seems like you have put good energy into that wool--- you realize the art it took to make ---you are aware of where it came from---I've seen some beautiful stuff made of hemp and bamboo though---tofu scramble for b-fast--- think we'll have vegan pizza w/ bell peppers & red onions tonight. would you care to have a slice mmmmm---Aloha Naja

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Comment by ❂•Paula•❂ on August 1, 2010 at 11:12pm
I will admit the only wool I use is the one I already have...it's an old wool poncho made in chile that was sent to me like 7 years ago? idk...but it's done wonders for the dreadies :D
Comment by Naja Sage on July 28, 2010 at 7:03pm
thanks glad to have ya --- i know-- i scannned thru and did'nt see one --- i said i can't believe there's not a group -- so anyway just got thru w/ fresh eggplant and tomatoe sauce over peppers and onions--mmm--- wife is making a vegan chocolate raisin cake-- i really don't like chocolate -- but i love this cake---mmmm-- it has vegenaise mayo in it --i know it does'nt sound right but it's great---my fav. is her hummming bird cake mmmmm-- hope you have a peacefully night and welcome---

Comment by pixie on July 28, 2010 at 6:40pm
There is already a group for vegans on here, but what the hay! :) Figured I'd join this one as well!
Comment by Naja Sage on July 27, 2010 at 10:00am
some of the foods that help provide vit. b-Eat leafy green vegetables, cantaloupe, asparagus, beets and brewer's yeast to get enough folic acid.
. Step 2-
Add enriched whole-grain products, broccoli, asparagus, mushrooms, leafy green vegetables, Brussels sprouts and grains such as millet to your diet for adequate B-2, or riboflavin.
. Step 3-
Spike your diet with soy products, yeast and cereals for biotin.
. Step 4-
Eat whole grains, brewer's yeast, wheat germ, for B-1, or thiamine.
. Step 5-
Feast on potatoes and whole-grain products for B-3, or niacin. Peanuts and peanut butter are also good sources of niacin.
. Step 6-
Eat brown rice, soy products, whole grains, bananas, strawberries, leafy green vegetables, wheat germ and oatmeal for B-6, or pyridoxine. Other sources include broccoli, asparagus, and watermelon.
. Step 7
- Vegetarians can get B-12 from fortified products, some fermented soy foods such as miso, and Red Star brand Y3365 yeast.
. Step 8-
Find pantothenic acid in a wide variety of plants , including avocados, mushrooms, and oranges.-- here some of the things but feel free to pick and choose what is right for you-- we'll be going somewhat raw soon -- keep up the good job --we're proud of you--
Comment by Naja Sage on July 27, 2010 at 9:50am
to answer your ? victoria-- supplements are ok --we do --but we also love Spirulina-- it's a super green food-- it helps stabilize blood sugar levels--it's a microalgae that thrives in hot ,sunny climates and in alkaline waters around the world, and it produces 20 times as much protein as soybeans growing on an equal -sized area of land- it contains concentrations of nutrients unlike any single grain,herb,or plant--it contains GLA-(gamma-linolenic acid) vit-b12,iron,a high level of protein(60-70% ),essential amino acids & nucleic acids RNA & DNA, along w/ chlorophyll and phycocyanin, a blue pigment that is found only in blue -green algae-- it's a naturally digestible food ,it aids in protecting the immune system, reduces cholesterol, and helps in mineral absorption-- we take it in tablet form-- it helps in my fasting too --it curbs my appetite--
Comment by Naja Sage on July 26, 2010 at 4:21pm
Greetings and welcome Victoria--glad to have you here
Comment by Naja Sage on July 25, 2010 at 10:11pm
If you are vegan tell us how it has changed your life and what is your favoriye vegan food--
Comment by Naja Sage on July 25, 2010 at 10:10pm
i find having this diet truly allows me to become closer to the Holy Spirit of God--since starting my diet 4yrs ago -- i never seem to get sick either--- my wife has gotten off all her meds too--i just saying this diet really works for us-- we live in a place that does'nt even know what vegan is---they ask us do ya eat chicken?--- i can't wait till sept when we move to portland oregon -- we found they have a lot of vegans and tree huggers too----- yeah--
 
 
 

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