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Sweet Dream bagels and Good Food and Wine Show – The West Australian

… Australia.” The original range, which started out with plain, herb and garlic, maple (made with Canadian maple syrup, and spices), raisin and cinnamon, Stone-ground wholemeal, sesame seed, the “sunny” (made with sun-dried tomato, garlic and thyme) and spicy Mexicana, has grown to include the VSSR (vegan, spelt, salt and rosemary), truffle and onion, and Black Forest (made with black Italian chocolate and cherries). Mr Whorrall and his team will exhibit their full bagel range and takeaway …

– Maine woman founded church, converted followers to vegetarianism

… William David Barry with the Maine Historical Society. “And she’s certainly one of the most important health advocates from Maine.” When she was a few years old, White moved with her family to the corner of Spruce and Clark streets in Portland’s West End. Levterov says she likely attended the former Brackett Street School, now home to the Fresh Approach market. Her formal schooling ended at age 9, when an older girl threw a Stone that struck her in the head, knocking her unconscious. The …

Sales of fake meat explode, but is it really better for you? – Fortune

… Beast Burger and has an active group of investors that includes Bill Gates and former Twitter execs Biz Stone and Evan Williams. “We’re growing like a weed and expect to keep growing,” said Martha Pincoffs, founder of Minnesota-based Hot Dang Grain Burgers that makes meatless items, such as the “Big Tex,” a grain burger ready made for the barbecue. Her products are sold in many Whole Food stores across the country. Why the increase in meatless meat? Those in the know say better health …

Can Vegetarians Go Paleo?

Bacon, steak and more bacon is often associated with the much-hyped Paleo Diet , which is undoubtedly having a moment. Can vegetarians take part in a diet that puts so much emphasis on meat? It is possible. Our Paleolithic ancestors were very much about the meat, yes, but vegetables, nuts and seeds were also part of their whatever-we-can-get-our-hands-on meal plan. The basic premise of this Stone-age eating is to eat like hunter-gatherers did 10,000 years ago. They didn’t have farms, …

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