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"For a meat-free Fourth"

From: Don R.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 4, 2012 6:04 AM
"For a meat-free Fourth" is the title of the newest article by Baltimore Examiner writer and aspiring vegan Laura Melamed.  

Think you can't have a tasty Fourth of July Feast without meat? Baltimore vegans insist otherwise. "You can grill out vegetarian style," says Gina Miller, Policy Analyst at International Fund for Animal Welfare. She does it every year. Gina gets extra firm tofu and marinates it overnight in a fun barbecue sauce. Then she cubes the tofu and adds it to skewers that she's loaded up with onions, peppers, cherry tomatoes and mushrooms. She also loves asparagus on the grill and suggests wrapping small individual pieces in tin foil with olive oil and fresh herbs like rosemary and "steaming" them that way.


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