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Late Summer Fruit Recipes

This article originally appeared in Vegetarian Journal Issue 3, 2009. Click here to subscribe to Vegetarian Journal. Vegan Cooking Tips: Late Summer Fruit By Chef Nancy Berkoff, RD, EdD, CCE Want to make the most of the fruit available during this time of year? Here are some quick ideas for late summer produce that go […]
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How to Make Vegetarian Food Tasty

It’s not difficult to make really tasty vegetarian foods. So easy, in fact, that I came up with five fast and simple ways to make your food tasty. Really tasty. The five best tips for really tasty food 1. Use the best ingredients you can lay your hands on Taste a supermarket tomato. Then taste […]
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How to Plan a Vegetarian Meal by Answering Three Easy Questions

As a vegetarian, one of the things I hear all the time is “I’d like to eat less meat, but I just don’t know how to plan a vegetarian meal”. Without the familiar routine of building a plate with meat at the center, many perfectly competent cooks find themselves at a loss for how make […]
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Visiting Japan as a Vegetarian

VRG is in the process of compiling a set of Teen FAQs, written by our wonderful interns and volunteers. Today we are featuring an FAQ about visiting Japan as a vegetarian, written by VRG intern Yuko Tamura: I’m going to be traveling to Japan with my family. What do I need to know about being […]
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How to go vegetarian from the people who have done it

Readers of this blog have very kindly shared their tips on how to go vegetarian or almost vegetarian. So make a snack (vegetarian, of course) and dive in — the water is great! So you want to go vegetarian? Well here’s advice from the people who have done it. Good luck… Read full article at […]
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How Rowdy Got His Groove Back

I first met sweet shepherd-mix Rowdy when he was 5 years old and belonged to my neighbors. Two of my three dogs had died in quick succession, and the remaining 11-year-old husky, Darby, was sad and lost. So I started bringing Rowdy over to the house to play and go for walks with Darby and […]
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Join VRG’s Online Parents List

If you’re raising veggie kids right now or plan on starting a family soon, you may want to join The Vegetarian Resource Group’s online parents list. See: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/vrgparents/ Read full article at www.vrg.org
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Are You a Good ‘Mom’ to Your Dog or Cat?

Some animals make excellent mothers, but part of being a good “mom” to dogs or cats is making sure that they never have babies. My “daughter,” Carly, a rescued mixed-breed dog, is spayed not only so that she won’t contribute to the animal overpopulation problem but also so that she doesn’t have to endure the […]
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Job Interview Tips

Looking for a job at a vegetarian- or vegan-focused company? The competition can be stiff, so make sure to brush up on your interviewing strategies, which includes having a winning strategy for after the interview.
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Eco-Friendly Home

From city studios to country bungalows, green your abode with these practical and stylish eco-friendly tips. Read full article at www.vegnews.com
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