VEGETARIAN JOURNAL

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Vegetarian Journal

Excerpts

2003 Issue 4
Volume XXII, Number 4




A sampling from the 2003 issue 4 of  The Vegetarian Journal, published by the Vegetarian Resource Group. 


Original Table of Contents

Features:

Indonesian Cuisine
Chef Nancy Berkoff brings this archipelago into your kitchen.
Hot and Hearty
Diner Sandwiches Revisited
Take a nostalgic culinary journey with Debra Daniels-Zeller.
Planned Giving
Roger Lowe explains how ordinary people can leave lasting legacies.
Vegan Weightlifting: What Does the Science Say?
Jack Norris, RD, prepares you for even the toughest competition.
Vegan Cakes Made Simple
Lois Dieterly shares secrets for creating succulent cakes and equally delectable frostings.

Departments:

Nutrition Hotline
Why trans fats are bad, where they can hide, and how you can avoid them.
Note from the Coordinators
Letters to the Editors
Veggie Bits
Gift Subscriptions
Scientific Update
Vegan Cooking Tips
Hot, Fast Sandwiches, by Chef Nancy Berkoff
Notes from the Scientific Department
Book Reviews
Catalog
Vegetarian Action
Making Noise: Vegan Musician and Activist Dave Noisy, by Eben Packwood
Introducing VRG's New Vegan Microwave Cookbook
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