Month: January 2021

We are seeking underactive, vegan males, aged 25-40 years old for this study. Participation is Voluntary and Includes: •   Two in-person laboratory visits to ASU’s downtown Phoenix campus, exactly 6 days apart. •   You will complete diet recalls and health questionnaires •   You will eat a predetermined and provided diet consisting of frozen, microwaveable vegan meals for 5
Are you searching for vegan “fish” alternatives? If so, here’s a list of some products you might want to try out. Many of these items are now sold in stores and online. Asante Plant Based Ceviche BeLeaf Vegan Shrimp Gardein Golden Frozen Fishless Filet Gardein Mini Crispy Crabless Cakes Good Catch Fish-Free Tuna Naked in
The Vegetarian Resource Group is a vegan activist non-profit organization that does outreach all-year-long. For example, VRG responds to the public’s questions every day and sends literature free of charge to other groups/individuals doing educational activities in schools, hospitals, camps, restaurants, libraries, offices, etc. Our ability to continue doing this depends on people like you!
Researched by Jacqueline Tang, VRG Intern The Covid-19 pandemic, caused by the novel coronavirus known as SARS-CoV-2, presents many unique challenges to public health. People may be wondering how a massive pandemic allegedly arose from one wet market—and how to prevent the next crisis. Unfortunately, the answer is complicated. It involves our relationships with animals
Photo from One World Cafe As most of you know, the restaurant industry is struggling during the Pandemic. If you’re able to, now is a good time to pick-up or have delivered food from a local vegan restaurant. See The Vegetarian Resource Group online Guide to Veggie Restaurants in the USA and Canada: Photo
A reader wrote: A new method for detecting egg white and pig gelatin in aged red wine has been developed and is described in the journal Food Chemistry (online first 7 December 2020, 128822): Readers may also be interested in The contents of this email, our website, and our other publications, including The
After completing my MSc thesis about Healthy and Sustainable Diets, I decided to apply for an internship position at The Vegetarian Resource Group for my required Masters internship, hoping to continue researching topics related to plant-based diets, vegetarianism, and sustainability. Although this internship was not concentrated on scientific research, I was lucky to work on
See this excellent Opinion piece in the Baltimore Sun newspaper from vegan soul food restaurant Land of Kush owners: During these hard times, please support vegan restaurants by ordering directly. For veggie restaurants around the USA and Canada, see:
Doesn’t vegan pizza and calzones sound like the perfect comfort food during a pandemic? Debra Daniels-Zeller’s Vegetarian Journal article “Dairy-Free Pizza & Calzones” serves up these delicious recipes that you can prepare in your own home: Basic Pizza, Calzone, or Focaccia Dough Quick Fruit Pizza Mushroom and Artichoke Calzone Pesto Potato Calzone Vegan Pesto Amaranth-Kamut
Citrus fruit is readily available this time of year. The Vegetarian Journal articles below offer a wide variety of vegan recipes featuring citrus fruit. Citrus Magic, by Debra Daniels-Zeller, provides recipes for Blood Orange Salad Dressing, Chipotle-Citrus Tofu Marinade, Raw Kale and Avocado Salad with Lemon Dressing, Tangerine Dream Cake, Broiled Grapefruit, Zesty Lemon-Mustard Dip,
Photo by Rissa Miller By Rissa Miller, Vegetarian Journal Senior Editor Versatile cauliflower can take center stage for dinner! Try these seasoned “steaks” for a dramatic supper .  (Serves 4-5) 2 Tablespoons vegan margarine, melted 2 Tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon smoked paprika 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1/2 teaspoon turmeric 1/2 teaspoon
By Chef Nancy Berkoff, RD, EdD Want to jazz up a regular box/package of rice? Try one of these blends to breathe new life into your rice side or main dish. Mix up your own seasoning blends and use them to season rice, veggies, and more with these ideas: Black pepper with lemon zest Black,
This luscious risotto was made with vegan margarine, shallots, garlic, vegetable stock, white wine, arborio rice, peas, sliced almonds, and fresh parsley. To prepare, warm 3 cups of vegetable stock in a small pot. In a large pot, melt a spoon of vegan margarine and quickly sauté 1 chopped shallot and 2 cloves garlic until wilted.
Due to the generosity of an anonymous donor, The Vegetarian Resource Group each year will award $20,000 in college scholarship money to graduating U.S. high school students who have promoted veganism/vegetarianism in their schools and/or communities. Vegetarians do not eat meat, fish, or fowl. Vegans are vegetarians who do not use other animal products such