VEGETARIAN JOURNAL

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Vegetarian Journal

Excerpts

2008 Issue 3
Volume XXV, Number 3




A sampling from the 2006 issue 1 of The Vegetarian Journal, published by the Vegetarian Resource Group. 


Original Table of Contents

Features:

Dried Fruit: Treasures to Savor All Year Round

Debra Daniels-Zeller incorporates apricots, cherries, dates, figs, prunes, raisins, and more into every course of your meal.

An Update on Rennet

Jeanne Yacoubou, MS, learns the latest about cheesemaking ingredients.

Vegan Cheese: New and Improved Versions

VRG Dietetic Intern Melanie Campbell tests products for nutrition, taste, meltability, and more.

How Many People Order Vegetarian Meals When Eating Out?

See the results of The VRG’s latest poll.

Quick-and-Easy, Lower Budget Vegan Items to Serve in Institutional Settings

Chef Nancy Berkoff stretches your dollar in this Foodservice Update.

Vegetarianism in Political Magazines

VRG Intern Bobby Allyn searches LexisNexis for articles on vegetarianism and veganism.

Departments

Nutrition Hotline

Are there links between my daughter’s acne and her vegetarian diet?

Note from the Coordinators

Letters to the Editors

Vegan Cooking Tips

Fast Sandwich Spreads, by Chef Nancy Berkoff

Notes from The VRG Scientific Department

Scientific Update

Book Reviews

Catalog

Vegetarian Action

Chef Ralph Estevez: An Interview with the Team Chef of the Washington Redskins, by Melanie Campbell

Help Promote Vegetarianism with New VRG Graphics!



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