2003 Issue 3
Volume XXII, Number 3
A sampling from the 2003 issue 3 of The Vegetarian
Journal, published by the Vegetarian Resource Group.
Original Table of
- Fruit Soups
- More ways to enjoy summer fruit, by Jacqueline Dunnington.
- How Many Vegetarians Are There?
2003 National Harris Interactive Survey Results
- VRG reports the findings of its latest poll.
- Vegan Japanese Noodle Dishes
- Hiroko Kato serves as your guide through the basics.
- Changes in the Natural Products Industry
and to the Role of a Natural Products Broker
- Lisa Shapiro provides a behind-the-scenes look at how health food products make it onto the shelves.
- T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh: Vegetarian Actress
- The In Living Color and Cosby star shares her experiences and her recipes.
- Brown Bagging It - Vegan Style!
- Peggy Rynk shows you how easy toting your lunch can be.
- Nutrition Hotline
- Does it matter if beans are cooked or canned? And what's the story with soy?
- Note from the Coordinators
- Letters to the Editor
- Notes from the Scientific Department
- Scientific Update
- Veggie Bits
- Vegan Cooking Tips
- Fast and Fresh Fruit Desserts, by Chef Nancy Berkoff
- Book Reviews
- Vegetarian Action
- So You Want to Open a Vegan Restaurant... By Jim Dunn
- VRG's 2003 Scholarship Winners
- Back Cover
The Vegetarian Journal published here is not the complete
issue, but these are excerpts from the published magazine. Anyone
who wishes to see everything should subscribe to the magazine.
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