VEGETARIAN JOURNAL

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Vegetarian Journal

Excerpts

2004 Issue 1
Volume XXIII, Number 1




A sampling from the 2004 issue 1 of  The Vegetarian Journal, published by the Vegetarian Resource Group. 


Original Table of Contents

Features:

Super Savory Breakfasts
Start winter days off right with recipes from Debra Daniels-Zeller.
Balkan Cuisine
Chef Nancy Berkoff conducts a culinary tour of this newsmaking region.
Starting a Vegetarian Restaurant - Food for Thought
Caryn Ginsberg helps entrepreneurs develop a recipe for success.
Bulgur - The Noblest Food Achieved by Wheat
Habeeb Salloum introduces you to the wonders of this hearty grain.
2003 VRG Essay Contest Winners
Read works from three young winners in our first installment.

Departments:

Nutrition Hotline
Conduct your own nutritional analyses, learn if vegetarians are more prone to eating disorders, and put dental health worries to rest.
Note from the Coordinators
Letters to the Editors
Veggie Bits
Scientific Update
Notes from the Scientific Department
Vegan Cooking Tips
Quick Cornbread Mixes, by Chef Nancy Berkoff.
Book Reviews
Catalog
Vegetarian Action
Vegan Drag Racer
Angela Proudfoot Continues on a Winning Streak, by Keryl Cryer.
Fast Food Update
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.

Thanks to volunteer Stephanie Schueler for converting this article to HTML.



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