Vegetarian Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Simpler sedersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | New Jersey Jewish News

    The two met as students at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, when a classmate organized a singles dinner at a kosher vegetarian restaurant in Chinatown. Now married, the two settled in Dayton, Ohio, two years ago.

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  2. Why Wine Can Trigger Your Food AllergiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Lifehacker

    You just had a glass of wine, a drink you usually enjoy, but now you feel like you're having an allergic reaction. Certain wines are more likely to have this effect on you depending on your food sensitivities.

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  3. Why Meat Free Week should be called 'Eat More Vegetables Week'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | TreeHugger

    Meat-eaters are unlikely to have a vegetarian epiphany while going cold tofurkey for a week. But if the focus were on the glory of vegetables, and how awesome vegetarianism or flexitarianism can be, then perhaps it would be more effective.

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  4. Want to Live Longer? Make Good Friends.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 15 | Psychology Today

    About once a week, usually on my train commute home from Palo Alto, the person sitting next to me breaks that code of silence that is assumed by mass transit commuters and inquires about what I do for a living. When I tell that individual that I am a social scientist and study longevity, the response is almost always the same.

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  5. Dublin School: - Chicken Soup for the Existentialist's Soul'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

    ... and become an impossibly limber yoga instructor. There was no room for chicken soup in that equation. I became a vegetarian. My poor Bubbe. She had no idea what to feed me, what to do with me. What had happened to her little balabusta? I couldn't ...

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  6. Chabaar Beyond Thai, Thai Curry KitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | Salt Lake City Weekly

    ... ($5.95 regular/$8.95 large). There are six curry-bowl options ($4.95 regular/$7.95 large), three of which are vegetarian. Each includes a choice of brown or white rice. I loved the flavors of the coconut-milk-based red panang beef curry, with long ...

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  7. The high-protein diet mythRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Stuff.co.nz

    ... are important. "You can put together a wholefoods diet in a number of different ways," she says. "You can be vegetarian or eat meat." Adds Professor Noakes: "The key is a higher protein pattern in conjunction with low GI grains, fruits, vegetables ...

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  8. Springtime grilling with a twistRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Towerlight

    ... take as long to grill, but you can also use steak if you feel like splurging, or really any meat. If you're a vegetarian, tofu would absorb the flavors of the seasoning nicely (but frankly I have no idea if grilled tofu is a thing). About six hours ...

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  9. Vegan Gastropub The Beer Plant Will Be '100% Plant Derived'Read the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Eater

    Farm-to-table eating and drinking now applies to bars with the impending opening of vegan-friendly The Beer Plant , where everything will stem from greenery. The "100% plant derived" gastropub aims to only offer herbivore options, with no meat in sight.

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  10. Craft chili' cook finds carryout space near GrandviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | This Week Community News

    He enjoys some locally -- such as the chili at J. Liu's in Worthington -- while some are just OK and others ... well ... they don't stick out in his memory or he'll pass on offering criticism. One thing's for sure, he says confidently, his chili can compete with, or top, the best in the U.S. Lasmanis and Charlane, his wife of 40 years, will open JC's Just Chili Friday, March 27, at 1617 W. Fifth Ave. It is a carryout-only operation that offers chili in 8-ounce, pint and quart sizes.

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  11. 7 Egg Label Claims You Need to KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Supermarket Guru

    ... For a farm to make this claim, it must meet specific criteria: The hens may not be caged; their feed must be vegetarian and contain no antibiotics; and the birds need to live in a natural environment that allows for behaviors like preening and ...

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  12. A Friend of Animals...With StyleRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Friends of Animals

    I was always interested in animals. I think most human beings have always shared an inherent fascination with animals.

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  13. Where to Find Vegetarian Venezuelan FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Village Voice

    Patacon Pisao began as a food truck on 202nd Street in Washington Heights, outside the dance clubs and bars, and it became a solid late-night move for drunk club-goers. In the beginning, the menu was centered around protein-based options like beef and pork -- mostly because the truck was serving a primarily Dominican neighborhood -- but as the years went on, customers began asking for vegetarian options.

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  14. Diestel Launches GMO-Free & ABF Turkey Deli SlicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Grocery Headquarters

    Diestel Family Turkey Ranch, a family-run sustainable farm since 1949, is introducing the first-ever antibiotic-free and non-GMO deli slices to the market, company officials say. Diestel's pre-sliced turkey breast is made from whole muscle meat and features higher protein and lower in sodium than conventional brands, company officials say, adding that it is non-GMO verified, thoughtfully-raised without antibiotics, 100% vegetarian fed, GAP Step 3 rated and completely free of artificial ingredients, added nitrates or nitrites, gluten, carrageenan, and MSG.

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  15. Italy's first 'cruelty-free wine' coming soonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | ANSA.it

    ... to the cellar all the way to the label glue and packing tape, explained Casabianca agronomist Giacomo Sensi, a vegetarian. Fattoria Casabianca produces 400,000 bottles a year of red, white, and rose Chianti Colli Senesi on 654 hectares lying between ...

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  16. Mexican stew is a dish for all reasonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Pocono Record

    It's tough to be a good host sometimes. You ask some friends to dinner, and instead of saying, "Yes, thank you," they immediately launch into a list of foods they don't or won't eat, for either medical, political, emotional, religious or other reasons.

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  17. Primal Pantry founder: 'You can't protect your product. You can only protect your brand'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Food Industry

    With a retail price of A 1.49 per 45 g bar, and a 1.99 in Europe, they are already being sold in the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Portugal and Spain, and are soon to be in Germany, France, Belgium, Slovakia and South Africa. When launching a new product, don't underestimate the power of good design - and make sure you trademark everywhere, says Suzie Walker, founder of The Primal Pantry.

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  18. Chocolate May Soon Be Healthier And More DeliciousRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Switched

    Did you hear that? The faint, sweet sound of children laughing ? This may be because researchers may have found a way to make chocolate more nutritious and taste even better that it currently does . Chocolate is already revered as a healthy power player: Some kinds have been shown to lower risk for stroke, boost mood and potentially serve as brain food , helping people to feel more awake and focused.

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  19. One Professional Russian Troll Tells AllRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Weekday Magazine

    "All the curtains are kept closed," says former professional Russian troll Marat Burkhard. "We're all forbidden from going out on the street during the day."

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  20. Jos Andr s is already planning to open a second BeefsteakRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Washington Post

    ... Instead of first choosing a protein, guests are first presented with an array of fresh vegetables. The only non-vegetarian choices -- salmon, chicken, and a poached egg -- are add-ons, rather than the focus of the meal. As he told The Post last year ...

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