VEGETARIAN JOURNAL



Vegetarian Journal 2004 Issue 1

Veggie Bits

New Unsweetened Soymilks

Many Journal readers, including diabetics, ask about sugar-free soymilks. Three varieties are now available:

Finally, Vegan Marshmallows!

Remember having s'mores during a camping trip or marshmallows in hot chocolate? Have them again with the introduction of two brands of vegan marshmallows.

For more information about Vegan Supreme Marshmallows, visit their website, or e-mail vegansuprememarshmallows@hotmail.com. You may purchase them through VeganEssentials.com. Contact this company at (866) 88-VEGAN or questions@veganessentials.com.

In addition, Pangea offers 12-ounce bags of marshmallows under its VeganSweetsä brand. Refer to their website for purchasing information. You may contact the company at 2381 Lewis Avenue, Rockville, MD 20851, or at (301) 816-9300.



Excerpts from the 2004 Issue 1:
Super Savory Breakfasts
Start winter days off right with recipes from Debra Daniels-Zeller.
Starting a Vegetarian Restaurant - Food for Thought
Caryn Ginsberg helps entrepreneurs develop a recipe for success.
2003 VRG Essay Contest Winners
Read works from three young winners in our first installment.
Nutrition Hotline
Conduct your own nutritional analyses, learn if vegetarians are more
prone to eating disorders, and put dental health worries to rest.
Note from the Coordinators
Veggie Bits
Scientific Update
Notes from the Scientific Department

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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