Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby Kitcameron » 21 Apr 2016, 06:30

Well I'm glad you've cleared that up for me.
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby StJuniper » 21 Apr 2016, 13:56

I'm still stuck trying to determine my 1 cheapest minute.
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby mamapup » 22 Apr 2016, 05:40

Once we get new mods I think we've found StJ's new forum name!
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby junglewonderland » 22 Apr 2016, 06:12

It's not the argument that bothers me. It is the prohibition of onions and garlic! Cruel!
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby Marrow » 22 Apr 2016, 07:51

junglewonderland wrote:It's not the argument that bothers me. It is the prohibition of onions and garlic! Cruel!

My DH is from a Jain background. His immediate family are non-practising, but many in his extended family do. So when we go to weddings etc, the food is all strict vegetarian (i.e. no onions or garlic etc). Took me a while to get my head round the idea of curries with no onions or garlic, but it's amazing what experienced cooks can do!
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby mamapup » 22 Apr 2016, 12:13

I'll be rascal at the name changing ceremony please.

I'm happy if people want to come and try to sell us trainers or thesis emanuenses but religion? No no no. And certainly not spammers who then return to continue a conversation. Just throws all in to disarray.
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby emzit » 22 Apr 2016, 12:18

But what is the stance on mooncups? Are mooncups permitted?
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby StJuniper » 22 Apr 2016, 12:27

Haha, Fertile Brain & Rascal. We're going to be such a dynamic duo.
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby emzit » 22 Apr 2016, 12:37

Marron wrote:
junglewonderland wrote:My DH is from a Jain background. His immediate family are non-practising, but many in his extended family do. So when we go to weddings etc, the food is all strict vegetarian (i.e. no onions or garlic etc). Took me a while to get my head round the idea of curries with no onions or garlic, but it's amazing what experienced cooks can do!


This is a serious question for marron, not spammers... what is non-vegetarian about onions and garlic?
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby Marrow » 22 Apr 2016, 13:13

Not an expert, by any means. But I think it's to do with killing the plant. You can eat seeds and leaves and stuff like that while leaving the plant to grow. But eating the bulb kills the plant.

"Strict vegetarian" isn't a great name because most people in the UK would interpret that to mean normal vegetarian but strict (so not eating the odd Haribo), but if you go to a place where there are a lot of Indians, that's what "strict vegetarian" means.
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby Treeb » 22 Apr 2016, 13:30

So what about eating carrots and potatoes and such? Doesn't that kill the plant too?
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby emzit » 22 Apr 2016, 13:31

Interesting... So root vegetables are out too? Or would that be ok because you can take parts and the rest will still grow?

It makes me think of that chick Hugh Grant briefly dates in Notting Hill who says she's a fruitarian and only eats fruit that has fallen from the tree as plants have feelings. Alrhough quite a bit more logical!

Haha, great minds treeb! Cross posyed!
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby Marrow » 22 Apr 2016, 14:07

Yep, potatoes are out. Not sure about other root veg. This is an informative wikipedia article if you want to know more - definitely at the edge of my knowledge here, and anything else I say will be researched on said wikipedia article!
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby Lily » 22 Apr 2016, 14:10

Oh my goodness no aubergines! How can they possibly cope? I think I'd be fine as a vegetarian, but my diet would largely consist of potatoes, aubergines, onions and garlic.
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Re: Here is Practical Explanation about Next Life,

Postby UnhappyRightFoot » 22 Apr 2016, 14:50

mamapup wrote:Once we get new mods I think we've found StJ's new forum name!


:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
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