I'm a long-time vegetarian and author of
Cooking. This is my "fun page" where I'll have more freedom to explore
different subjects than with my book's professional web site,
veggiecooking.com. Visit my articles on vegetarian cooking, health and nutrition, or politics. Or view one of the largest photo galleries on the web, over 1,000 photos, no membership required!
Are you a vegetarian, and why? How has it affected your health and relationship with animals? Do you use alternative medicine, and how has it worked for you? Have a cool animal story or theory? If you want Pam Rotella to post your story or insights in the future, send them to email@example.com. Unless you specify that you want your full name and/or e-mail address posted, Pam will only post your first name to protect your privacy.
VEGAN and former
US Presidential candidate, Dennis Kucinich, is running for his Congressional seat
in Ohio again. A picture of health and energy, Congressman Kucinich is
a vegan famous for his inspiring speeches, bravery, and highly ethical values.
Those wanting to support his campaign can visit
sending contributions must be US citizens, although there's no requirement
that the contributor live in Ohio.
Sample recipes from my cookbook!
The index for my cookbook!
Healthy eating: How my book measures up to the major theories
Cooking tips and hints
Coming Soon: Planned changes for this page
Nutrition and Health
Today's medical fad: The Genetic Myth
Copper: What aneurysms, white hair, and wrinkles have in common
Dr. Lawrence Broxmeyer's BACTERIAL Mad Cow theory
Mark Purdey's Organophosphate theory of Mad Cow Disease
Multiple Sclerosis: The mercury/parasites model
Alternative medicine vs. the common cold and flu
Essential Fatty Acids, the "healthy fats" we all need
Hulda Clark: A cure for cancer and AIDS?
Alternative Cancer Treatments
Vegans and the B-12 deficiency myth
Aspartame, MSG, and other excitotoxins
Sickle Cell Anemia: Dr. Agbai and B-12 deficiency
Jake Beason on children and boredom
Mercury Poisoning - Marie's story
Politics and Scandals9-11 and alternative news services
Time to start working on those '06 elections, and change the balance of power!
Virginia's Senatorial Race: Lessons of Life from Macaca-Land
War with Iran: Think it can't happen? You need to read this...
Election Day 2004 -- It's King George all over again
Pam's Rants (With a great )
Pam remembers Ronald Reagan
The Mena, Arkansas airport with photo gallery!
Read non-fluff news: 1. Rense.com; 2. WhatReallyHappened.com; 3. BuzzFlash.com
Hear low-fluff radio: 1. WBAI (NYC); 2. KPFK (LA); 3. KPFA (Berkeley); 4. WPFW (DC)
Al Franken's new radio network
Are you a peace activist?
A pretty cool interview with Al Lewis (who has a show on WBAI these days)
What do you think? The alleged weapons of the 9-11 "hijackers"?
Election 2004: Roach v. Bush -- Who'd be better for America?
A Roach v. Bush bonus -- La Cucaracha!
Bush the mocking beggar
Iraq is GONE: I've been saying it was Vietnam since before it started, but maybe you'll believe this guy...
More on the rigged Kolly-phoney-ya elections and Diebold machines soon; in the meantime read this...
An oldie, but just in case it happens: Next attack near Chicago?
Tortoise rescues May-June 2002
More turtle rescues July 2002
Sad turtle stories
More turtle stories 2004
A sad bunny story
Do animals wave back?
Photo Gallery (Over 1,000 photos to see, no membership required!)
The caverns gallery (Take a virtual walk through a few show caves)
The flower gallery dedicated to peacemakers
Sample a selection of Pam's favorite photos
The Autumn Foliage Gallery (Pam spends "quality time" with the Secret Service)
Pam Stories: Pam reminisces about Florida and hurricanes
Pam's 2002 Accident
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[Page created July 1998; last modified July 2005]
All content including
photographs © 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,
2005, 2006 by Pam Rotella.
Opening banner's photographs, left to right:
1.) Small building on my publisher's property in Wever, Iowa; 2.) Deer grazing along Skyline Drive, Virginia; 3.) Centralia, Pennsylvania's burning underground coal mine; 4.) Rainbow west of Houston, Texas; 5.) Prickly pears at alleged 1897 alien crash site in Aurora, Texas; and 6.) Hummingbird at feeder, Ozark Mountains, Arkansas.
Left navigation bar's photographs, top to bottom:
1.) Tulips at Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 2.) Glacier National Park, Montana; 3.) The Badlands, South Dakota; 4.) Bison crossing stream at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming; 5.) Skyline Drive, Virginia; 6.) Weeping Wall, Glacier National Park, Montana; 7.) Purple passion fruit flower, Paradise, Texas; 8.) Pathway near Kickapoo Indian Caverns, Wisconsin; 9.) Glacier National Park, Montana; 10.) Bison herd, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming; 11.) Bull in Paradise, Texas; 12.) Tulip at Olbrich Botanical Gardens, Madison, Wisconsin; 13.) Ladybug, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; 14.) Shenandoah Cavern, Virginia; 15.) Stained glass at House on the Rock, Spring Green, Wisconsin; 16.) Lighthouse in Minnesota; 17.) Birch trees & autumn foliage in Minnesota; 18.) Red dragon stained glass backlit table at House on the Rock, Spring Green, Wisconsin; 19) Yellow flower at Boerner Botanical Gardens, Hales Corners, Wisconsin; 20.) Luray Caverns, Virginia; 21.) Hay bales on farm, Shoemakersville, Pennsylvania; 22.) Mississippi River at Fort Madison, Iowa; 23.) Walkway along the Mississippi River, New Orleans, Louisiana