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      Meatout Mondays <recipes@...> wrote: Meatout Mondays November 10, 2008
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      Easy Veggie Loaf
      Start making plans for Gentle Thanksgiving! Cook with compassion for the holidays and impress your family and friends with this simple and nutritious Easy Veggie Loaf. This hearty dish makes an excellent centerpiece or a savory side to your favorite turkey-alternative (see product section below). Influence your loved ones with great cruelty-free food and celebrate life.
      Ingredients:
      4 cups veggie burger crumbles (2 packs; try Yves “Ground Round”)
      1 cup raw rolled oats or quick oats
      1 1/3 cups potato, peeled & grated
      2 medium onions, finely minced
      1/4 cup soy sauce
      1/4 cup ketchup
      1/4 cup nutritional yeast
      1/4 cup ground flaxseed (optional)
      1 tsp. salt
      1 tsp. garlic granules
      1 tsp. dried thyme
      1 tsp. savory
      1/2 tsp. dry basil
      1/2 tsp. oregano
      1/2 tsp. sage
      1/2 tsp. freshly-ground black pepper
      Directions:

      Preheat the oven to 400 F.
      Mix all ingredients together well in a large bowl with your hands.
      Press the mixture into an oiled or nonstick 9x5" loaf pan. Cover with a thin layer of ketchup, barbecue sauce, or tomato sauce, if you like.
      Bake for 1 hour, covering the pan with foil for the first 1/2 hour.
      Let the loaf stand 15 minutes; turn out on a plate.
      For this and other great vegan recipes, visit VeganFeastKitchen.blogspot.com!

      product
      Save a Turkey!
      Try something this year that everyone will enjoy! A turkey-free Thanksgiving dinner is more fulfilling and exciting than ever before. Check out Whole Foods Market or your local natural foods store for these fantastic turkey alternatives:
      Tofurky - The Tofurky Roast, brought to you by Turtle Island Foods, is a pre-cooked vegan feast. Made from a revolutionary tofu-wheat protein blend, Tofurky is known for its incredible, turkey-like texture and flavor. Enhanced with a flavorful moist stuffing, Tofurky will far exceed your expectations. For nutritional information and product details, visit www.Tofurky.com!
      Celebration Roast - Field Roast has created a delicious veggie stuffed entrée that is perfect for the holidays and at any celebratory meal. Each roast is made by hand, wrapped in a cotton netting, and simmered to perfection. A tasty delicacy, it is complete with a stuffing made with butternut squash, apples, and mushrooms. Visit www.FieldRoast.com for more info.
      Garden Protein - Garden Protein International is the manufacturer of a new generation of meat alternatives. This versatile fresh product is ideal for today’s evolving diet and lifestyle needs. Enriched with vitamins, the Veggie Turkey Breast with Wild Rice and Cranberry Stuffing is perfect for your dinner. Visit www.GardenProtein.com for more information.

      health
      Animal Protein & Toxins
      A new study adds to the body of evidence citing health problems associated with the consumption of animal products. Researchers point to a molecule present in meat called N-glycolylneuraminic acid (Neu5Gc) that increases susceptibility to food poisoning. Funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council, the study reveals that the molecule helps a toxin from certain types of E. coli to target human cells.
      “Ironically, humans may set themselves up for an increased risk of illness from this kind of E. coli bacteria present in contaminated red meat or dairy, because these very same products have high-levels of Neu5Gc," said researcher Ajit Varki from the University of California, San Diego. "The Neu5Gc molecule is absorbed into the body, making it a target for the toxin produced by E. coli." The researchers report that sites where Neu5Gc has been incorporated into the human body are related to the binding of a bacterial toxin, resulting in serious food-poisoning and other symptoms.
      Additionally, results from the NIH indicate that high intake of red and processed meats is associated with a 20% increase in the risk of different cancers.
      To read the full article, click here!

      Inspiration
      Gentle Thanksgiving
      Gentle Thanksgiving is an annual opportunity to encourage family, friends, and neighbors to replace the bird on the dinner table with a rich selection of delicious plant-based foods.
      Inspire others this holiday season by providing them with information about a compassionate veg diet. Request some colorful Gentle Thanksgiving handouts and give them to your friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors. Each card explains the reasons behind choosing a plant-based diet and offers a FREE Veg Starter Kit.
      Celebrate life and make a difference during the holidays… for you, your family, and the turkeys!
      Let us know how you’re making a difference! Send an e-mail with your plans for Gentle Thanksgiving and automatically enter the drawing to win a Marshmallow Mix Kit from Angel Food!
      To learn more about a compassionate holiday, visit www.GentleThanksgiving.org!

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