Tag Archives: vegetarian

Natural Food Markets and Restaurants Remain Successful Despite Economy

Steep Prices Deter Consumers from Buying Organic, Yet Niche Companies Stay Strong By Ainslie Forsum Eugene, Ore. – Organic. Natural. Holistic. These are all words we use to describe the vastly popular trend in the food industry, that is the … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story Update

Like everyone else it seems, my past week was crammed, though I devoted the past couple of days to starting the smaller parts of my enterprise story such as the profile sidebar and the survey. The profile is on a … Continue reading

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What makes it good? Vegetarian articles

This article in the New York Times about Dave McDonald, a 70-year-old man jailed for drug use, was intriguing and infuriating, all good things for a story to do. It is about a man, strong in his convictions, who was denied … Continue reading

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Q&A with blogger, food photographer, and vegetarian, Sala Kannan.

Sala Kannan, vegetable enthusiast and food photographer, shares recipes and tips on her blog, Veggie Belly. The blog consists of a variety of vegetarian recipes inspired by her culture and travels. Kannan is from India, and currently lives in Portland, … Continue reading

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Vegetarians on Twitter-Beat Blog Post

Today, social media, like that of Twitter, can greatly influence the choices of its users. As a result, many take to Twitter to get a hold of a large audience. In this growing green movement, vegetarians and vegans use twitter … Continue reading

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Beat Blog Post 1-Vegetarian Cuisine

Think being a vegetarian or vegan means ONLY eating veggies? These popular vegetarian blogs give you anything from delicious and complex recipes to the best restaurants to dine at. These blogs provide fun and interesting tips that are perfect for … Continue reading

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Whitaker Neighborhood a place of Reality

By: Jason Williams The Whiteaker neighborhood is continuing its long tradition of pumping out business that have lofty dreams and a heavy dose of reality with the stomach in mind. “The neighborhood has a Key West Vibe with a Northwest … Continue reading

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Hanging with the regulars at Mo’St

Walking into the Monroe Street Cafe on a grey Monday night, the atmosphere is immediately friendly. Several smiles are thrown my way as I enter the small cafe. Its front room is wood paneled and the four antique lights hanging … Continue reading

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hellooo…

Hey! My name is Kanyapak Wuttara. I am currently a Junior here at the University of Oregon. I am 21, and right now I am thinking about going vegetarian for a week.

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Protesting War with Conscious Cuisine

The frosty air of Washington/Jefferson Park is cut by the warm and lightly salty smell of soup, replacing the typical myriad of aromas associated with the area. It’s served out of red plastic cups, which are in the cardboard box … Continue reading

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