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How to Spice Up a Vegetarian Dish: Bibimbaap

By Sara Mae Danish | April 16, 2013

Our First Lady has done some incredible things for America and amongst her endless list of impressive endeavors is one that speaks to every person and family as it addresses our health. The Choose My Plate initiative is a great way to visually address the way we eat as it compartmentalizes your plate into categories of Read More

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Off the Shelf: The Modern Vegetarian

By Christopher Stewart | February 13, 2013

 In this new series we explore the books, new and old, that sit on our conference bookshelf.  In the era of  all things food, the word “vegetarian” still shakes people up a bit. Vegetables are still getting a pretty bad wrap, even with the continual rise of more and more people becoming vegetarians, the success Read More

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Is Vegetarian Chicken a Good Alternative to Real Chicken?

By Jeannette | March 15, 2012

By: Justin Chan While local farmers in California are struggling to find slaughterhouses for their chickens, one New York Times writer has suggested abandoning the consumption of chicken altogether and instead opting for a plant-based alternative. In an op-ed, Mark Bittman writes that the chickens’ poor living conditions and the savage process of slaughtering them Read More

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Vegetarian Banana Leaf Tamales Recipe

By Melaina Gasbarrino | March 5, 2012

While tamales are one of the most traditional Central American delicacies, more often than not they contain meat. But since it is Meatless Monday, to one up the creation of vegetarian tamales this recipe will take you to the ends of the earth and allow you to experience the wonderful tastes of Latin America and Read More

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Vegetarian Valentine’s Day: Vegan Chocolate Truffles Recipe

By admin | February 14, 2012

By: Michele Wolfson This recipe will not just win over a vegetarian- it will win over everyone. Melt-in-your-mouth truffles are irresistible and easy to make! These delectable truffles are the perfect handmade gift to present to your loved one this holiday. A good way to jazz up this Valentine’s Day even more is to sip on Read More

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Vegetarian Valentine’s Day: Bucatini all’Amatriciana Vegetariana Recipe

By admin | February 13, 2012

By: Michele Wolfson You’re planning to dine in on Valentine’s Day, so you’ve probably got in mind a little soft music, candlelight, and wine, pairing perfectly with an Italian entree. Let me paint you a picture: One plate of spaghetti leading to one spaghetti strand. A kiss. So goes the iconic scene of two hounds Read More

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Vegetarian Valentine’s Day: Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup Recipe

By admin | February 9, 2012

By: Michele Wolfson The days are cold and short this time of year, but at least we have one bright and exciting occasion to look forward to in this dark month: Valentine’s Day. But with Valentine’s Day as commercialized as it is, there is a good chance that if you dine out, the joint will Read More

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Vegetarian Valentine’s Day: Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup Recipe

By admin | February 9, 2012

By: Michele Wolfson The days are cold and short this time of year, but at least we have one bright and exciting occasion to look forward to in this dark month: Valentine’s Day. But with Valentine’s Day as commercialized as it is, there is a good chance that if you dine out, the joint will Read More

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NYC Prepares for the Second Annual Vegetarian Food Festival

By admin | February 3, 2012

Save the date and work up your appetite for The New York City Vegetarian Food Festival held at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan on Saturday and Sunday, March 3rd and 4th from 10 AM to 6PM. This event will be an incredible way to celebrate the delight of vegetarian cuisine and cruelty-free living in NYC. Read More

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Vegetarian Super Bowl Recipes

By admin | February 2, 2012

By:Michele Wolfson The way to my heart is through my stomach and I am sure that most of you feel the same way. The truth is, I don’t really care that much for football… I can hear my brother yelling at me for making such an “Un-American” statement. BUT, if someone is throwing a party Read More

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