Veg boot camp

d'Andrea, Aurelia
June 2011
Vegetarian Times;Jun2011, Issue 385, p55
The article discusses a 28-day vegetarian challenge. Topics include several myths about vegetarianism, including that meat is the best source of protein, that a vegetarian diet is not satisfying, and that vegetarianism is expensive. A list of the top three reasons to eat vegetarian and an index for vegetarian recipes within the issue are also presented.


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