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    This recipe is from member Elizabeth Harbron's profile which was featured in our June/July 2001 newsletter. She adapted it from a recipe in Vegetarian Times.

    Recipe #264480

    This recipe was featured in our August/September 2007 newsletter. It was submitted by Susan Jaffe, R.D., C.D., VNA Vice President. She adapted the recipe from one in the book, Some Like It Hot by Robin Roberts. She says, "I have made this recipe many times for my family. I usually saute the red onion in a pan before serving. You can serve this recipe with grilled tempeh brushed with teriyaki sauce. It is delicious and great for a hot summer night!"

    Recipe #252347

    This cornbread recipe was used at the VNA's Mad Veggie Scientist Chili cook-off booth in 2007.

    Recipe #264520

    This recipe was featured in our February/March 2010 newsletter. It was submitted by guest author Mary Olivar, Healthy Eating Specialist for the Whole Foods Market flagship store. She says that this appealing easy no-bake cake rivals strawberry shortcake.

    Recipe #420604

    This recipe was featured in our February/March 2010 newsletter. It was submitted by guest author/speaker Mary Olivar, Healthy Eating Specialist at Whole Foods Market's flagship store. She says this simple smoothie is a great way to start your day, and a wonderful way to get your greens. Plus, when you use colorful berries, you won't even notice that the greens are there!

    Recipe #420596

    This recipe was featured in our April/May 2001 newsletter.

    Recipe #264485

    This soup was brought to our January 2008 potluck by our President, Ken Jaffe. It was so delicious that it was requested to be featured in our February/March 2008 newsletter. He adapted it from Lorna Sass’ Complete Vegetarian Kitchen: Where Good Flavors and Good Health Meet.

    Recipe #281511

    This recipe was brought to a potluck by our President, Ken Jaffe, at his home in 2007. It was requested to be added to our cookbook here. He adapted the recipe from Some Like It Hot: 200 Spicy Vegetarian Recipes from Around the World by Robin Robertson. NOTE: One of our members made the recipe as it was posted originally and when it didn't turn out as she remembered, contacted Ken, who said "when it comes to spices, I never follow a recipe exactly." Since then, attempts have been made to document what Ken changed about it and they are reflected here now.

    Recipe #281711

    This recipe was featured in our April/May 2010 newsletter. It was submitted by Elizabeth Bruns, R.D., L.D., VNA-LSVN (Lone Star Vegetarian Network) Liaison. Her source was Vegetarians in Paradise at www.vegparadise.com.

    Recipe #420449

    This recipe was one of the Thanksgiving recipes featured in our October/November 2007 newsletter. It was found at www.boutell.com/vegetarian/thanksgiving.html.

    Recipe #256895

    This was the winning recipe from the television show, Cupcake Wars. It was featured in our August/September 2010 issue, submitted by member Candace d'Obrenovic, thanks to VegNews magazine and vegan chef Chloe Coscarelli.

    Recipe #461666

    This is a chili with curry that was brought to our preliminary chili cook-off in October 2007 by member Bruce Kravitz. The photo was taken post-devouring at the potluck.

    Recipe #262120

    This recipe was featured in our April/May 2001 newsletter.

    Recipe #264958

    This dish was brought to our September 2007 potluck dinner by Ken Jaffe, our President. Several people requested the recipe, so we posted it here. NOTE: A member who made it said that she doubled the red pepper flakes, used 1 can of beans, used dried parsley, omitted the salt and pepper, and cooked it for an hour. Those changes are reflected in the recipe.

    Recipe #256713

    This recipe was featured in our April/May 2010 newsletter. It was submitted by Elizabeth Bruns, R.D., L.D., VNA-LSVN (Lone Star Vegetarian Network) Liaison. Her source was Vegetarians in Paradise at www.vegparadise.com.

    Recipe #420445

    This recipe was featured in our February/March 2010 newsletter. It was submitted by guest author Mary Olivar, Healthy Eating Specialist for the Whole Foods Market flagship store. It was inspired by a recipe by Joel Fuhrman,, M.D., author of Eat for Health. She says that they are easy to make and great for the holidays and suggests using different kinds of preserves for a variety of flavors.

    Recipe #420468

    PCRM Food for Life Instructor, Phil Eherenman, from Alaska Vegetarian Society, visited the VNA monthly vegan potluck in April, 2012 and gave us this recipe. One of our members, a teenage girl, makes sure they never run out of it at her house.

    Recipe #489645

    This recipe was featured in our October/November 2009 newsletter. It was adapted from the recipe in Healthy Holidays by Marilu Henner.

    Recipe #395239

    This recipe was featured in our October/November 2010 newsletter, submitted by member Kathy Monte. The cooking time listed is really refrigeration time.

    Recipe #461657

    This recipe was featured in our June/July 2009 newsletter and was sampled at our June 2009 Potluck Dinner. It was adapted from the recipe in Greens Glorious Greens! by Johnna Albi & Catherine Walthers www.Amazon.com/dp/0312141084. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sturdy, abundant and inexpensive, cabbage is a long-standing dietary staple throughout the world and is so widely cultivated and stores so well that it is available throughout the year. They belong to the Cruciferae family of vegetables along with kale, broccoli, collards and Brussels sprouts. Cabbage is very high in vitamins C and K, and a decent source of dietary fiber. For more information, go to www.TinyURL.com/CabbageFacts.

    Recipe #394691

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