2004 Issue 3
Volume XXIII, Number 3
A sampling from the 2004 issue 3 of The Vegetarian Journal, published by the Vegetarian Resource Group.
Original Table of Contents
- Perfect Pears
- Debra Daniels-Zeller demonstrates how to use this often overlooked fruit in any course of your meal.
- Encouraging Vegetarian Foods at Concession Stands
- Get veggie options at baseball parks and other venues with tips from Johanna McCloy.
- Vegan Cajun and Creole Cooking
- Let the good times roll with Kate O'Neill's adaptations of Louisiana's most infamous cuisines.
- Regional Cuisines
- Nancy Berkoff, RD, brings distinctive cooking styles from around the United States to your table.
- Vegan Indian Dinner
- Nutrition Hotline
- What kind of calcium is best absorbed from soymilk? Is carrageenan dangerous? Do African-American vegetarians live longer than their meat-eating counterparts?
- Note from the Coordinators
- Letters to the Editors
- Veggie Bits
- Scientific Update
- Notes from the Scientific Department
- Foodservice Update
- 2004 Scholarship Winners
- Vegan Cooking Tips
- Garbanzos! by Chef Nancy Berkoff
- Book Reviews
- Vegetarian Action
- Establishing Guidelines for Veggie Lunches in Schools, by Heather Gorn
- Introducing "Vegan Menu for People with Diabetes"
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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