VEGETARIAN JOURNAL

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Vegetarian Journal

Excerpts

2004 Issue 2
Volume XXIII, Number 2




A sampling from the 2004 issue 2 of  The Vegetarian Journal, published by the Vegetarian Resource Group. 


Original Table of Contents

Features:

Dress Up Your Salads
Try some vegan versions of classic salad dressings from Nava Atlas.
"How Did They Think of That?"
Keryl Cryer maps the journey that vegetarian foods take from idea to store shelves.
Entrées with Fresh Spring Greens
Peggy Rynk offers great ideas for seasonal vegetables.
Kimchi
Chef Nancy Berkoff spotlights this spicy Korean cabbage dish.
2003 VRG Essay Contest Winners
Take a look at our second installment, featuring three more essays.
Eating a Vegetarian Diet While Living with Kidney Disease
Joan Brookhyser, RD, CD, CSR, helps you achieve good nutrition while you maintain your renal health.

Departments:

Nutrition Hotline
Are low-carbohydrate diets a good way to lose weight?
Note from the Coordinators
Letters to the Editors
Vegan Cooking Tips
Stuffings, by Chef Nancy Berkoff.
Notes from the Scientific Department
Scientific Update
Book Reviews
Catalog
Vegetarian Action
Sweet Success: An Interview with Sticky Fingers' Doron and Kirsten, by Keryl Cryer.
New Products
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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