FROM-SCRATCH OR RTU: QUICK-SERVE VEGETARIAN
- PASSPORT to flavor. D'Andrea, Aurelia // Vegetarian Times;Jul/Aug2010, Issue 378, p72
The article focuses on vegetarian foods available in ethnic markets. The author discusses vegetable stir fry ingredients available in Asian markets including Chinese Fermented Black Beans. Spices from Indian markets include Chunky Chat Masala. Foods in Latin American and Middle Eastern markets...
- THE FOOD CHOICES MAKING YOU UNHEALTHY. Reid, Caitlin // Dolly;May2015, Issue 532, p82
The article offers tips on dealing with bad-food behaviours. Topics covered include the need to avoid fast food such as hot chips and party pies, the replacement of fast food with veggie stir-fry or noodle mix and the disadvantage of consuming energy drinks which are packed with caffeine and...
- VEGGIE BRANDS FEEL THE PINCH. Phillips, Beth // Grocer;1/29/2011, Vol. 234 Issue 7990, p51
The article discusses the decreased sales of branded vegetarian products in Great Britain for the 52 weeks ending October 31, 2010. It cites the decrease in meat avoiders as some customers trade down to reduce their spending. It mentions that the vegetarian product market has problems in getting...
- MCDONALD'S LAUNCHES VEGGIE BURGER IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. // New Vegetarian & Natural Health;Spring2003, p45
Reports on soy-based meatless burger launched by McDonald's in Southern California.
- Stir it up. Lydecker, Toni // Restaurant Business;06/01/97, Vol. 96 Issue 11, p72
Focuses on stir-frying. Rapid cooking techniques in wok-seared dishes; Perceptions of customers on rapid cooking techniques as healthy choices for food preparations; Strategies used in stir-fry cooking; Several entrees in stir-frying.
- Cooking wisdom from the Far East. // Tufts University Diet & Nutrition Letter;Jun94, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p7
Discusses some of the benefits of stir-frying food. Suggestions for cooking in a wok; Results of an experiment at the University of Nebraska which compared nutrient levels of foods cooked by different methods; Recipe.
- Stir-fry tops poll as UK's favourite dish. // Horticulture Week;2/3/2012, p23
The article discusses specialty broadcaster Food Network's report that stir-fry as Great Britain's most popular dish which is prepared regularly by more than half of the population.
- Chinese stir-fry is Britain's top dish. // South Asian Post;2/2/2012, p12
The article reports on a study from the firm Food Network UK which has identified that Chinese stir fry has become the favorite dish in Great Britain.
- California-Style Stir-Fry. Williams, John K. // Men's Fitness;Mar2006, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p20
A recipe for California-Style Stir-Fry is presented.