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    ISO Vegan Picnic/Camping Recipes, please!

    Kris H.
    Tue Apr 12, 2005 11:40 pm Groupie
    It's camping season once again, and I am in need of some nifty ideas and recipes for camping and picnics that are very vegan--not only minus meat, fish, poultry, eggs and dairy, but also not including honey or any form of processed sugar.

    Things that could be frozen and packed in the cooler would be especially useful for the long weekend camping trips.

    I'll be crossposting this to the picnics/camping/potluck forum, and thanks very much!
    Wed Apr 13, 2005 12:41 am Groupie
    A quick question- by "refined sugar" do you just mean white sugar? What sweeteners are okay?
    Missy Wombat
    Wed Apr 13, 2005 3:23 am
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    Raw sugar is usually okay.
    White sugar can be okay but it depends on what refining process is used. [I think in the UK that white sugar is vegan]

    Wed Apr 13, 2005 8:56 am Groupie
    Roosie wrote:
    A quick question- by "refined sugar" do you just mean white sugar? What sweeteners are okay?

    Rice Syrup too.

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    Kris H.
    Wed Apr 13, 2005 9:11 pm Groupie
    My very vegan friends tell me that white and brown sugars both here in the US are refined by some process using bone, and therefore not vegan. They use mostly dried cane juice; any unrefined plant sugar would work, I imagine. Sucanat is the brand name I see most often here. Recipes with sugars are OK to a point, as long as something like Sucanat can be subbed for the sugars in them, but I myself prefer not to spend too many calories on sugar anyway! icon_biggrin.gif
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