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Letter from Reader About Naan

We received this note from a reader: I was reading your latest Vegetarian Journal and felt compelled to write because of info from your Nutrition Hotline. It is mentioned that naan is usually vegan. I think this may be misleading. I was in India two times – 1st for 2 weeks, then for two months. […]
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Three Book Reviews

These reviews originally appeared in Vegetarian Journal Issue 3, 2010. To subscribe to Vegetarian Journal, visit: http://www.vrg.org/journal/ The Cancer Survivor’s Guide: Foods That Help You Fight Back! By Neal D. Barnard, MD, and Jennifer K. Reilly, RD The Cancer Survivor’s Guide is a part of The Cancer Project’s nutrition education program. It was written for […]
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Interview Request from Freelancer for People with Vegan Pets

We received a request from a vegan freelance writer who is writing the quarterly newsletter for a vegan pet food company and needs to interview people with vegan pets who have had positive experiences. If you can help, please contact Terri at: terriannsnutritionsolutions [at] gmail [dot] com. Read full article at www.vrg.org
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VRG’s Parent’s Listserv

Are you raising a vegetarian or vegan child? If so, The Vegetarian Resource Group invites you to be a part of a network of vegetarian parents interested in exchanging ideas on various topics such as creating tasty snacks for toddlers, the challenges of non-vegetarian family/friend gatherings, how to talk with your child about vegetarianism, helping […]
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National Food Day

This was sent to us from the Organizers of National Food Day. Dear Friend, I’m excited to tell you about a major new campaign that we are launching later today with some of the most prominent voices for change in the food policy world. That venture is Food Day! We’re launching what we hope will […]
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Una Vegana en una Familia Mexicana

Por Verónica Lizaola Traducción al español por Laura Rico Con una rica cultura y vivacidad, los platillos mexicanos ofrecen una variedad de especias y sabores. La cocina mexicana, con sus sabores intensos y su colorida presentación, ha sido adaptada de influencias españolas y precolombinas, como la de los Mayas y los Aztecas. Aunque la dieta […]
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Vegetarian Journal Issue 3, 2010 Now Online!

To subscribe to the Vegetarian Journal and receive the complete print version, click here. Features From Veal to Vegan, Creole Style Laissez les bon temps rouler with Meryl Austin Cryer’s Louisiana recipes. How Many Youth in the U.S. Are Vegetarian? The latest VRG-Harris Poll finds out more about 8- to 18-year-olds. Secrets of the Seasonal […]
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Disodium Inosinate and Disodium Guanylate Are All-Vegetable Flavor Enhancers

by Jeanne Yacoubou, MS VRG Research Director A reader wrote to The VRG in March 2011 stating that he had heard that disodium guanylate was sourced from fish. He asked us to look into it. Disodium guanylate, known by many names including disodium 5’-guanylate, is derived from a nucleotide, guanosine monophosphate (GMP). It is similar […]
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Upcoming Events

Come visit VRG’s booth at these upcoming events! Loyola University Health Fair – Baltimore, MD – 4/7 UMBC Veggie Fest – Catonsville MD – 4/30 Towson Holistic Wellness Fair – Towson, MD – 5/7 New York City Veggie Pride Parade – NYC – 5/15 Ecofair 2011 – Reisterstown, MD – 6/5 Natural Products Expo East […]
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VRG’s $2,500 Eleanor Wolff Scholarship

Eleanor Miltimore Wolff became a committed vegan late in life. Once she learned and understood that dietary choices affected not only one’s personal health, but also the health of the planet and the well being of the animals, there was no looking back. Leather shoes and purses, along with non-vegan food products went out the […]
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