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A quick slideshow on vegan nutrition

I just realized I've let 3 weeks go by since my last letter --- I'm blaming it on the garden, and guessing that many of you are similarly distracted by the wonders of springtime and the joy of putting plants in the ground.

We have a new cook joining our circle -- Dianne Bassett, who just moved from southern California to Vancouver, WA. Welcome, Diane!

Here is the next recipe from our April potluck in Portland, Sally's delicious Moroccan Eggplant:
Moroccan Eggplant

A potluck of plant-based projects

Fourteen of us gathered in Portland recently for our Spring Potluck, hosted by Cathy and Tom, who provided a magnificent view of Mount Hood from their living room window. We had a splendid meal while getting up to date on everyone's food discoveries and activities.

A few thoughts and links

First a warm welcome to Hilary G. who lives here in Portland. I met Hilary in my yoga class and was delighted to learn that she also has a vegan website, called How to Escape Heart Disease. You might enjoy seeing the video of her husband who did just that. I'm so pleased that she is joining us! Here is what she said:
... I had a good time browsing your site and looking at your blog and recipes. It's so wonderful how you are connecting people all over the world. I really like
what you are doing!! Thanks, Hilary

Join the conversation!

We have a new member in our email circle, and a new country too: Arin is joining us from Sheffield, New Zealand. Welcome, Arin! Our project is connecting 186 of us in 16 countries now, proving once again that food is common ground for everyone.

More uses for agar, and that Carnegie Mellon study

Penny from Long Beach, California, is joining us this week. Welcome, Penny!

Our new recipe is an old favorite of mine, a delicious stuffed acorn squash from the Moosewood Cookbook. It's so comforting on a cold January night --- hope you like it!
Comprehensively Stuffed Squash

Last week's agar gelatin recipe brought enthusiastic responses from John in Texas and Linda here in Portland:

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