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  • Meat - Wikipedia

    Terminology. The word meat comes from the Old English word mete, which referred to food in general.The term is related to mad in Danish, mat in Swedish and Norwegian, and matur in Icelandic and Faroese, which also mean 'food'.

  • Is Seitan Healthy? The Pros, Cons + Alternatives - Dr. Axe

    What Is Seitan? Seitan is a popular meat replacement found in many types of cuisine. It’s a staple ingredient in many Asian, Buddhist and vegetarian dishes and is also used to produce certain food items like mock duck.

  • 23 Worst Food Additives in America | Eat This Not That

    Newsflash: Your kitchen shouldn't be as chemical-filled as a science lab. Lose weight and stay healthy for life when you kick these scary additives to the curb.

  • FOOD INGREDIENTS - The Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG)

    Click here to view our most current ingredient information: Vegetarian Journal's Guide to Food Ingredients, now online in its entirety

  • Veganism - Wikipedia

    The origin of the English term vegetarian is unknown. The earliest-known use is attributed to the actress Fanny Kemble, writing around 1839 in Georgia in the United States.

  • Non-Vegetarian Foods to Watch Out For

    8 common foods that are (surprisingly) NOT vegetarian. Guinness, parmesan cheese, gummy bears, marshmallows, tortillas, and more.

  • 7 DIY Dehydrated Meals For The Trail Or On-The-Go (with Vegan

    All information on The Hippy Homemaker is meant for educational and informational purposes only. The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

  • New awesome Meat-Calculator: Check your impact on the environment

    The Meat-Calculator: How many animals could continue living if you switched to vegetarian diet? How does the environment benefit? A mild summer evening without a sizzling steak or a great burger on the grill?

  • The Dog Food Project - Ingredients to avoid

    Additives Glyceryl Monostearate A lipophilic non-ionic surfactant with HLB of 3.6 - 4.2. It has effects of emulsification, dispersion, foaming, defoaming, starch anti-aging and fat agglomeration control, and is widely used in foodstuffs, cosmetic, medicine and plastic processing industries.

  • Guide to Food Ingredients | Vegetarian Resource Group

    Also see our blog and FAQ which have ingredient and related research updates.. INTRODUCTION: Vegetarian Journal's Guide to Food Ingredients is a partial listing of common food ingredients taken from an ongoing VRG food ingredients project.