VEGETARIAN JOURNAL

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Vegetarian Journal

Excerpts

2006 Issue 3
Volume XXV, Number 3




A sampling from the 2006 issue 3 of The Vegetarian Journal, published by the Vegetarian Resource Group. 


Original Table of Contents

Features:

Easy as Apple Pie
Chef Nancy Berkoff jazzes up this American classic and other fruit pies.
Cuban Family Cooking in a Vegetarian Kitchen
Cecilia Peterson makes her favorite family recipes meat-free.
Vegetarian Certifications on Food Labels — What Do They Mean?
Jeanne Yacoubou, MS, examines the standards behind the symbols.
Foraging for Brambles
“Wildman” Steve Brill guides you from wild berry fields to your kitchen.
Do You Want Your College or Other Food Service Operator to Serve More Vegetarian Options?
Develop an action plan with Ron Pickarski’s practical tips.

Departments:

Nutrition Hotline
What are kidney stones, and what can I do to minimize my risk?
Note from the Coordinators
Letters to the Editors
Veggie Bits
Scientific Update
Notes from The VRG Scientific Department
Vegan Cooking Tips
Salads for Every Course, by Chef Nancy Berkoff
Book Reviews
Catalog
Vegetarian Action
Evelyn Kimber: An Interview with the Boston Vegetarian Society’s President, by Melissa Wong
Simply Vegan! Now, Simply Better!
Order the revised fourth edition, and join VRG for dinner in Hawaii!


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.



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