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  1. Inderjeet Kaur

    Vegan Vegetable Soup

    Kids love my vegan vegetable soup. They do. Kids who refuse to eat veggies often love vegetable soup. Go figure. Anyway, there is no reason to feed them the chemical over-salted concoction that you buy in a can or dried. [Yes, Campbell's, I talking about you.] My simplest version of this is...
  2. Inderjeet Kaur

    Buffalo-Style Gobi (Cauliflower)

    A favourite snack food in North America is Buffalo Chicken Wings. These have nothing to do with the animal buffalo, but were invented in the city of Buffalo, New York. I have never eaten them, but everyone who isn't a vegetarian seems to love them, spicy-hot with a touch of sweetness. They are...
  3. spnadmin

    Warm Up With Winter Vegetables (Vegetarian Casseroles)

    By TARA PARKER-POPE Cold weather and winter vegetables lend themselves to comforting, bubbly baked dishes, writes Martha Rose Shulman in this week’s Recipes for Health. Ms. Shulman’s recipes include vegetable gratins, baked until the edges and top are nicely browned, as well as vegetable...
  4. spnadmin

    India Food For The Body And The Soul

    HE COOKS lentils in a pot the size of a plunge pool. Jitendra Singh's soupy concoctions help feed tens of thousands of people each day at the Golden Temple, the holiest shrine of the Sikh religion. The glimmering temple is one of India's best-known religious monuments but its kitchen is also...
  5. S

    Animals And Vegetables

    I usually come across many people who eat meat and say that " if we humans did not eat meat, animals would over-populate the world and cause problems." I think that this is just an excuse, is it? Also, i hear that you cannot get all the nutrients in your body without eating meat which I already...