2004 Issue 4
Volume XXIII, Number 4
A sampling from the 2004 issue 4 of The Vegetarian Journal, published by the Vegetarian Resource Group.
Original Table of Contents
- Cookies, Cookies, Cookies
- Peggy Rynk helps to sweeten up your holidays.
- 2004 VRG Essay Contest Winner
- Learn what made one winner go vegetarian in this first installment.
- An Update on the Ornish Program
- Studies provide evidence that it reverses heart disease, but Ben A. Shaberman finds out if insurance companies and hospitals are getting with the program.
- Easy Holiday Potluck Brunch
- Take the stress out of hosting get-togethers with tips from Debra Daniels-Zeller.
- Healthy Asian Cuisine
- Nancy Berkoff, RD, introduces the steps and ingredients necessary to make great dishes at home.
- Nutrition Hotline
- How can eating more black beans benefit your health?
- Note from the Coordinators
- Letters to the Editors
- Notes from the Scientific Department
- Fast Food Update, by Heather Gorn
- Gift Subscriptions
- Scientific Update
- Veggie Bits
- Vegan Cooking Tips
- Leftover "Meat" Creations, by Chef Nancy Berkoff
- Book Reviews
- Vegetarian Action
- Music to Our Ears: Bob Pyle Brings Veggie-Friendly Lyrics to the Radio, by Keryl Cryer
- 2005 Scholarship Info and Leather Alternative Guide
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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Dec. 19, 2004
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