|International Vegetarian Union (IVU)|
35th World Vegetarian Congress
'Food for all our futures'
Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland
July 8-14, 2002
The Vegetarian Society
of the United Kingdom
Texts and Recipes
This page will feature some texts of talks and sample recipes from the cookery demos - more are still being added as they become available.
There are plans for a possible booklet including some talks and recipes from the Congress, to be published later - full details will appear on this page as they become available.
Some speakers may not wish their texts of their talks to be published on the web and, of course, we will respect that. If they are available in other media we'll post that info here too.
See the Congress Programme for full details of all the talks.
Derek Antrobus: Neither phoenix nor fad (Monday plenary session)
Tina Fox : Sowing Seeds for a Vegetarian Future - Smiling our Way to Success (Monday Plenary session)
Derek Antrobus: Philosophy of diet - or a philosophy of life? (Tuesday 10 - 11am)
Nikolai Kalanov: Vegetarianism in Russia - Past, Present & Future (Tuesday, 11.30am-12.30pm)
Animal Rights: A test of civilisation (Tuesday
Dilip Barman: Working with Filo dough - main courses and delicious desserts with recipes (Thursday - 2.00pm - 4.00pm double session)
Yoshihiko Miyazawa: Introduction to a definition of "vegetarianism" by relational value. (fringe, Thursday 3pm-4pm)
Main Vegetarian Influences in Japanese Cuisine
(fringe, Thursday 3pm-4pm)
David Pye: Being Vegetarian is really good for environment (Friday 11.30 - 13.30)