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30 Nov 2008 Issue

1. Thanks for the Donations
2. Rev. Frank and Mary Hoffman’s Sermon
3. Vegan Worcestershire Sauce
4. Activist Feedback

1. Thanks for the Donations

Many CVA members answered our request for donations, but most CVA members have never donated. If you support our ministry, any help is greatly appreciated.

To become a Sustaining Member, go to our membership page, and fill out the form, which will take you to the dues-paying section. Or, you can send a check to CVA, PO Box 201791, Cleveland, OH 44120. Donations to the CVA are tax-deductible.

2. Rev. Frank and Mary Hoffman’s Sermon for today

Jesus Christ Our Gift of Love (part 1) http://www.all-creatures.org/sermons97/s1dec91.html

3. Vegan Worcestershire Sauce

Many CVA members offered alternatives to Worcestershire sauce with anchovies. Comments include:

On a trip to England I encountered "HP sauce" and thought it made a great replacement. The label on the bottle stated "suitable for vegetarians," and on their official website they say vegans also can use it with no concerns. It is a Heinz product, and closer to A-1 sauce in texture than to Worcestershire, but with experimentation I think it would do well in recipes calling for a spicy, fruity brown condiment.

There is a vegan Worcestershire sauce commercially available at Whole Foods and online. http://www.veganstore.com/vegan-worcestershire-sauce/Page_1/422.html

I substitute soy sauce for it when i find it in recipes and it works really well.

I found a recipe for homemade Worcestershire sauce – http://cookingwithrockstars.com/recipes/vegan-worcestershire-sauce

Here's a recipe for making your own vegetarian Worcestershire sauce: http://www.fatfree.com/archive/1997/nov/msg00344.html.

There is a vegan Worcestershire sauce on the market. It is sold by Edward and Son's. Just google "vegan Worcestershire sauce" and it will come up. They even have it wheat free. You can buy it online or from your local health food store. Happy Vegan eating!

Pickapeppa Sauce is one of my all time favorites. http://www.pickapeppa.com/

Bragg's Liquid Amino Acids is vegan.

Annie's makes a veggie Worcestershire sauce, which can be purchased at most natural food stores.

The Wizard's Organic Worcestershire Sauce is the most common vegan sauce.

4. Activist Feedback

Carol, who leafleted at the Joyce Meyer Conference in Houston on Nov. 22, writes:

"I passed out a box [300 booklets]. The people were very nice and the literature was gone before the people were! Please also know that CVA Board Member, Dan Dombrowski, won a very important award (among all the Jesuit universities, not just Seattle U.) for a book that he wrote. Congrats to him and it was great to meet him.

Take care, Carol Sullivan" .

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