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  1. That's a shame. I enjoyed it too. 

     

    I also really enjoyed Instant Hotel. Well, I enjoyed the first series. For some reason the second series feels totally different. They replaced the lovely, bland, friendly presenter with Laurence Llywellyn Bowen. (null)

     

    Speed Cubers is an absolute gem @APMWho'd have thought a short documentary about rubix cubes could be so moving! 

     

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    On 02/03/2018 at 12:58, NickC said:

    Anyone watched the rebooted Queer Eye? It's... surprisingly good. Not about a bunch of gay guys really, as much as talking about current social issues in America - religion, Trumpism, loneliness, cops and black people, etc.

     

    I binged it in 3 days. Blubbed twice. If you are even remotely interested in the format, give it a go.

     

    Binged it all. Made me cry and laugh. It's really uplifting, full of relentless positivity. 

  3. @carlospieChickpea masala is the BEST.

     

    For lunches I generally have raw veggies, houmous and some form of antipasti like olives, sun-dried tomatoes or something. 

     

    Or this, which is delicious (I leave the feta out to make it vegan

    http://mayihavethatrecipe.com/childhood-memories-salad-with-zaatar-croutons-tangy-tahini-dressing/

     

    I was vegetarian for 2 years and went vegan in April. The only thing I miss is chocolate but I made this cake and it totally scratched that itch:

    https://veggiedesserts.co.uk/best-vegan-chocolate-cake/

     

    I find Pinterest is great for finding new recipes. I also have the Meera Soda Fresh India book which is all vegetarian recipes but most can be made vegan. If you like chickpea masala I can guarantee you will enjoy a lot of the recipes. 

     

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01AU5V8QE/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1

     

    Since making the change so many people have said "what do you actually eat?" but honestly I eat a much better and varied diet than I ever did when I was a meat eater. :)

     

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