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Toronto Vegetarian Food Fair

Toronto Vegetarian Food Fair – Brief Article The Toronto Vegetarian Association announces its 17th Annual Vegetarian Food Fair at the Harbourfront Centre, York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on September 7-9, 2001. Attendees will enjoy hourly vegetarian cooking demonstrations, guest speakers, workshops and discussion forums, free food, a multi-ethnic veggie cafe, […]

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Mortality among German vegetarians versus ‘health-conscious’ non-vegetarians

Mortality among German vegetarians versus ‘health-conscious’ non-vegetarians Reed Mangels In 1976, 1,225 vegetarians and 679 ‘health-conscious’ non-vegetarians in Germany were recruited for a long-term study. The group being studied included vegans (3 percent), lacto-ovo vegetarians (61 percent), and non-vegetarians (36 percent). Twenty-one years later, researchers determined which of the subjects had died and what had […]

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Mrs. Mudd – New Products on the Shelves

Mrs. Mudd – New Products on the Shelves – Brief Article Topping the list was MRS. MUDD’S Vegan Belgian Chocolate. Completely organic, all-dark chocolates come in several flavors, including Strawberry Romanoff, Cabernet Sauvignon, Framboise, French Roast, Cherry Royale, Chocolate Decadence, Fruit and Nut, and Cappucino. Ordering information for wholesalers is at , but as of […]

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Starting a vegetarian restaurant—food for thought

Starting a vegetarian restaurant—food for thought Caryn Ginsberg HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED WHAT IT TAKES to start a vegetarian restaurant? Before serving the first meal, savvy entrepreneurs must cook up a plan to increase the likelihood of sweet Success. Chicago Diner, Angelica Kitchen in New York, Millennium in San Francisco, and similar restaurants are renowned […]

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Whole grain vegan quick breads

Whole grain vegan quick breads Peggy Rynk WHOLE GRAIN BREADS ARE ONE OF THE CORnerstones of a healthy diet. They’re packed with many nutrients that we need to maintain vibrant good health, plus they’re easy to make. These breads can be made in many forms–loaves, biscuits, muffins, scones, skillet breads, crisps, crackers, pancakes, and coffeecakes, […]

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Questions and answers about omega-3 fatty acids for vegans

Questions and answers about omega-3 fatty acids for vegans Reed Mangels OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS ARE SHOWING UP IN ALL sorts of products. I took a quick trip down the aisles of a grocery store and a natural foods store and found cereals, soymilk, pasta, snack bars, and even peanut butter proudly proclaiming “contains omega-3 fatty […]

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Vegan Japanese noodle dishes

Vegan Japanese noodle dishes – Quick and Tasty Hiroko Kato SINCE CHILDHOOD, I have loved eating noodles all the time, but it was only lately that I noticed my addiction to this long, thin, smooth food. Traveling in the United States and frequently to some Asian countries in recent years, I found myself seeking all […]

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Mercury, fish oil, and risk of heart disease

Mercury, fish oil, and risk of heart disease Reed Mangels Is it necessary to eat fish to reduce risk of heart disease? Although some groups have recommended this, recent studies raise concern about the mercury levels in fish. Fish, especially fatty fish and fish oil, are significant dietary sources of mercury, which may predispose people […]

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The Vegetarian Sports Nutrition Guide. – Review

The Vegetarian Sports Nutrition Guide. – Review – book review Reed Mangels THE VEGETARIAN SPORTS NUTRITION GUIDE By Lisa Dorfman, MS, RD, LMHC The Vegetarian Sports Nutrition Guide is a useful handbook for athletes who are interested in following a vegetarian diet. Author Lisa Dorfman, a registered dietitian, has used her own experience as a […]

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Raising Vegan Children in a Non-Vegan World – Brief Article

Raising Vegan Children in a Non-Vegan World – Brief Article – Book Review Reed Mangels By Erin Pavlina Erin Pavlina, the founder of VegFamily.com, has written Raising Vegan Children in a Non-Vegan World. This book provides lots of practical ideas for coping with situations, like finding out your child ate something non-vegan at daycare, field […]