Vegetarian Journal Issue 2, 2009

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The 4th Edition of Simply Vegan has a completely updated nutrition section and over 160 recipes. Learn about Protein, Calcium, B12, Omega-3s, Pregnancy, and more.
Vegan in Volume by Chef Nancy Berkoff, RD is for everybody who wants to make vegetarian food in quantity. This 272-page quantity cookbook is loaded with terrific recipes serving 25. Suitable for catered events, college food service, restaurants, parties in your own home, weddings, and much more. You'll also find sample vegan meal plans, breakfast buffet ideas, a soy 101 section, plus much more.
Read VRG's new Vegan Nutrition in Pregnancy and Childhood brochure online. Call (410) 366-8343 to order printed copies.
Vegan Menu for People with Diabetes makes following a vegan diet easy both for people with diabetes and those who are concerned about developing diabetes. The vegan diabetic menu planner is designed to provide a balance of protein, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins, and minerals while following the basic principles of a diabetic meal plan.