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November/December 1996
Volume XV, Number 6





Veggie Bits




Soyfoods USA

Soyfoods USA is a free, e-mail newsletter published by the Indiana Soybean Development Council. The newsletter is an extension of the Council's U.S. Soyfoods Directory, which is an annual directory of U.S. produced soyfoods.
Each issue of Soyfoods USA contains soyfood news, soy research activities, and links to soy-related sites on the World Wide Web. Designed for consumers as well as health professionals and nutrition experts, each issue of the newsletter also contains several soyfoods recipes.
To subscribe to Soyfoods USA, simply send an e-mail message to soyfoods@ind.com asking to be put on the mailing list. A copy of the most recent issue of the newsletter can be found on the World Wide Web at: http://www.ind.com/soy/.

Sophie's Mercantile

Looking for a holiday gift for an animal lover? Sophie's Mercantile of Everett, WA, makes 100% cotton neckties in a variety of animal motifs and colors. Some of the animals gracing the ties include whales, cows, chickens, cats, and birds. The ties are handcrafted in the USA of domestic and imported fabrics and they retail for $20.00 each. Sophie's also offers a refund/exchange policy if not completely satisfied.
For more information or a brochure of the available ties, contact Sophie's Mercantile at 10713 10th Dr. SE, Everett, WA 98208; or phone (206) 290-9705.

European Congress on Ethics of Animal Experimentation

The European Biomedical Research Association (EBRA) and the Federation of European Laboratory Animal Science Associations (FELASA) have organized a European Congress on the Ethics of Animal Experimentation, to be held at the Palais des Congrs in Brussels, Belgium on December 17 and 18, 1996. EBR A represents researchers and research organizations across Europe who use animals in laboratories. EBRA aims to promote a greater public understanding of why and how animals are used in medical research.
FELASA consists of national or regional laboratory animal science associations. The aim of FELASA is to promote optimal conditions for the humane and appropriat e use of animals for scientific purposes.
Members of the animal research and animal protection communities have been invited to attend the Congress and participate in the process. The Congress will have simultaneous translation in English, French, and German. It is extremely important that animal rights activists attend this meeting, too. For further information, write to Congress Secretariat, BW & Partners, 9, rue du Moniteur, B-2011 Brussels, Fax N +32-2-219 32 15.

Cyber Veg

Looking to connect with veggie soul mates in cyberspace? Every Wednesday night is vegetarian night on America Online. Veggie night kicks off with Carol Coughlin, R.D.'s "Teen Chat" at 8 pm EST. Next up is NurseBobbi's "Vegetarian Living" at 9 pm, followed by "Vegetarian Issues," which is hosted by Karen Iacobbo. The night comes to a close with "Unmoderated Open Mike," which is held from 11 pm to midnight.
Beginning in autumn, "Vegetarian Issues" will feature guests such as Michael Klaper, M.D., the coordinator of the Great American Meatout, Pamela Rice of New York's Vivavegie, and the vegetarian campaign coordinator of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

Food Technologists Needed

The Vegetarian Resource Group is working on projects where the expertise of food technologists is needed occasionally. If you are a food technologist and willing to volunteer your services, please let us know by writing to VRG, PO Box 1463, Baltimore, MD 21203; or by calling (410) 366-8343 and asking for Jeanne.


This article originally appeared in the November/December 1996 issue of the Vegetarian Journal. We encourage you to subscribe to the magazine.

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