TITLE

WHAT VEGETABLE DO YOU LIKE LEAST AND WHY?

AUTHOR(S)
Mucci, Anjelica; J., Tracy; Kinder, Jeane; Sturm, Jessica; P., Jacquelyn; Waring, Jennifer; Sanderson, Greer; Smith, Bunny; Boley, Jenna; Montpetit, Frederick; B., Denise; B., Wendy; Guzzo, Jeannine; O'Connor, Amanda; LeRoux, Susan; B., Mike; Langston, Mickki; Vourakis, Stacie; G., Sara; S., Erin
PUB. DATE
March 2006
SOURCE
Vegetarian Times;Mar2006, Issue 339, p10
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents readers' opinions on their least favorite vegetable. One reader reveals her reasons for disliking water chestnuts. Another stresses her aversion to any kinds of onions. A reader emphasizes her dislike of broccoli.
ACCESSION #
19547189

 

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