2006 Issue 1
Volume XXV, Number 1
A sampling from the 2006 issue 1 of The Vegetarian Journal, published by the Vegetarian Resource Group.
Original Table of Contents
- Weight Control the Vegan Way
- Keep your New Year’s resolutions with guidance from Reed Mangels and recipes from Nancy Berkoff.
- The Many Faces of Miso
- Debra Daniels-Zeller employs this essential Japanese seasoning to make sauces, soups, breads, side dishes, and even desserts.
- La Bodega y el Vegetariano
- Intern Cecilia Peterson explores palate-pleasing shopping and cooking sin carne.
- Beliefs and Personality Traits: What Sets Vegetarians Apart from the Rest?
- Intern Melissa Wong looks to scientific studies to explore what makes people go vegetarian and what makes them remain so.
- Nutrition Hotline
- How can I cut down on my spending when I buy soymilk? Is the calcium in fruit juices vegan? What can vegans do to lower their cholesterol?
- Note from the Coordinators
- Letters to the Editors
- Notes from the VRG Scientific Department
- Chef Nancy Berkoff and volunteer Ralph Estevez staff the VRG booth at the School Nutrition Association Convention.
- Scientific Update
- Vegan Cooking Tips
- Adding Citrus to Your Menu, by Chef Nancy Berkoff, RD, EdD, CCE
- Vegetarian Survey
- Veggie Bits
- Book Reviews
- Vegetarian Action
- Encouraging Humane Organizations to go Vegetarian for Fundraising Events, by Mark Rifkin.
- Look for These Products in Your Local Market
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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