VEGETARIAN JOURNAL



Vegetarian Journal 2005 Issue 2


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Alternative Baking Company Cookies

Alternative Baking Company makes eleven varieties of individually-packaged vegan cookies, such as Explosive Espresso Chocolate Chip, Lucious Lemon Poppy Seed, and Outrageous Oatmeal Raisin with Walnuts. These even include two tasty wheat-free flavors, Mac the Chip and Snickerdoodles.

Alternative Baking Company
4865 Pasadena Avenue, Suite 1
Sacramento, CA 95841
(916) 488-9725
www.planetdistribution.com/alternativebaking/


Zhena's Gypsy Tea

Zhena’s Gypsy Tea offers a grand array of Fair Trade, certified organic teas in attractive round tins. Their tea bag varieties, sealed in round pouches without the usual tea bag string, are available in 13 aromatic flavors, including Fireside Chai, Passionate Peach, and White Cantaloupe. Their “Loose Leaf Potions” comes in the same varieties, as well as Bhagavan Das and Uplifting Earl Grey.

Zhena’s Gypsy Tea
P.O. Box 653
Ojai, CA 93023
(800) 448-0803
www.gypsytea.com


What You Do with Tofu!

Finally, someone has answered this age-old question! What You Do with Tofu! offers certified organic marinades, with step-by-step instructions for the bean curd novice, in four flavorful varieties—Ginger Teriyaki, Orange Hoisin, Smoky Chipotle, and Spicy Peanut. And they work well for vegetables and rice dishes, too!

What You Do With Tofu!®
Byrdcliffe Cookery, LLC
954 South Pine Creek Road
Fairfield, CT 06824
(203) 254-7733
www.whatyoudowithtofu.com



Excerpts from the 2005 Issue 2:
Preventing Osteoporosis: Building Strong Bones Over a Lifetime
Reed Mangels, PhD, RD, discusses this condition and ways for vegans to keep their skeletons in top shape.
Vegan Biscotti
Debra Daniels-Zeller perfects egg- and dairy-free versions of these common coffee consorts.
Nutrition Hotline
What should vegetarians do if they don't cook or don't have time to do so?
Note from the Coordinators
Scientific Update
Vegan Cooking Tips
Quick Dips, by Chef Nancy Berkoff
Notes from the VRG Scientific Department
Interviews our dietitians granted, articles, and outreach; VRG provides materials to school food service directors.
Veggie Bits
Book Reviews
Catalog
Vegetarian Action
The True Loves of Anna Briggs, by Ben A. Shaberman.
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