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<a href="http://www.theregalcourier.com/features/story.php?story_id=117391453200382900" target="_blank">http://www.theregalcourier.com/featu...91453200382900</a><br><br>
^^^ complete article^^^(2 recipes as well)<br><br><br><br>
Ah, the aroma of flank steak grilling on the barbecue. The sound of pork chops sizzling in a hot pan. The sight of a beautifully browned roast chicken. The taste and texture of corned beef on rye bread. Who in their right mind would give all these sensations up for a vegetarian diet?<br><br><br><br>
Lake Oswego resident Carole Raymond, for one and more people than you might realize join her everyday. Carole is the author of two popular vegetarian cookbooks and recently she and I enjoyed an afternoon chatting about her books, eating seasonally and our shared love for good food.
 

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The article says that some vegetarians eat poultry and/or fish. WHY would they publish that?!? And why wouldn't the person they were interviewing complain!?!?
 

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The article says that some vegetarians eat poultry and/or fish. WHY would they publish that?!? And why wouldn't the person they were interviewing complain!?!?</div>
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Wow... I can't believe they published that either.
 

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The interviewee may have complained after the fact, but usually wouldn't see the article till it was already published. Very few publications allow the interviewee's to read the drafts. Sometimes this is good (as in cases involving deception by the interviewee), sometimes it is bad (as in this case where erroneous information gets promulgated).
 

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It also refers to dairy and eggs as 'meat-derived' products rather than animal derived...I think some people think too easily of chickens and cows as nothing but a source of meat.
 
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