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VSSJ in the News
VSSJ Fundraising

New Jersey
Philadelphia guide
Other Dining
Happy Cow guide
Vegetarian USA guide
Toronto/Binghamton, NY

Ethnic Restaurants
The Protein Factor
Vegetarian because
What is Tofu?
Tofu Recipes
World Hunger
Favorite Links

In Memoriam

VSSJ Honors H. Jay Dinshah.
Here are two sites with information about the life of H. Jay Dinshah:

Vegetarian Links:

New Jersey Vegetarian Resources
Info on restaurants, bakeries, catering, shopping, organizations, recipes, and much more.

Central Jersey Vegetarian Group (CJVG)
CJVG provides social and educational activities for vegetarians and anyone interested in vegetarianism.
PO Box 952, Manville, NJ 08835 | 908-281-6388 |

Veg Source

Vegetarian Pages
Intended as the definitive guide to Vegetarian information available on the Internet.

Vegetarian Resource Group
The Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public on vegetarianism and the interrelated issues of health, nutrition, ecology, ethics, and world hunger. In addition to publishing the Vegetarian Journal, VRG produces and sells cookbooks, other books, pamphlets, and article reprints.
Our health professionals, activists, and educators work with businesses and individuals to bring about healthy changes in your school, workplace, and community.   Registered dietitians and physicians aid in the development of nutrition related publications and answer member or media questions about the vegetarian diet.
The Vegetarian Resource Group is a non-profit organization.   Financial support comes primarily from memberships, contributions, and book sales.

The Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG)
P.O. Box 1463, Dept. IN
Baltimore, MD 21203
(410) 366-VEGE
Your Online Guide to Vegetarian Restaurants Around the World.

Mimi's Cyber Kitchen
Visit the site for a comprehensive list of Vegetarian Web links.

Veggies Unite
On-Line Guide to Vegetarianism.

International Vegetarian Union
The objective of the International Vegetarian Union is to bring together vegetarian societies from all parts of the world.

Veggie Jews
Veggie Jews is a new organization dedicated to providing a support group for Jewish vegetarians and vegans and spreading vegetarian/vegan and animal rights consciousness into the Jewish community.  The group offers both periodic events in local communities and, as a Yahoo group, the ability to easily communicate online with other group members.
Veggie Jews is not a singles or religious group, but single and observant people are always welcome to participate as are our non-Jewish friends. The group was founded in San Francisco but, thanks to volunteer hosts, events can take place anywhere.

The Vegetarian Society of Colorado

Vegetarian Society of the District of Columbia
Founded in 1927, the Vegetarian Society of the District of Columbia, Inc. (VSDC) is the nation's oldest!

Vegetarian USA
Information about vegetarian groups in the United States.

Mercy For Animals
Vegan Recipes

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

Care For Animals

Veg Vine

Vegan Links:

American Vegan Society
Check our extensive seleccion of books.

Vegan Action
Vegan Action is a nonprofit, tax-exempt educational membership organization.   Our mission is to enhance public awareness about the many benefits of a vegan diet and lifestyle, and to work to improve the availability of vegan foods.

Make Your Own Vegan Cleaning, Makeup, and other Household Products

Other Links:

GreenPeople™ has over 2800 listings and is the world's largest, searchable database of eco-friendly products:
organic food, pet supplies, baby products, beauty products, home improvement, hemp, organic cotton, health products, recycled products.

Earth Save

Veggie Date

Veggie Romance

Green Singles

1.- Cut avocado and remove pit. 2.- Scoop out flesh.
3.- Mash and add salt and  little oil if needed.  Try also with a pinch of garlic. 4.- Spread over your favorite pre-warmed bread.

Page last update:   January 09, 2015