A teen's guide to going vegetarian

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Viking, Nov 24, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 218 pages
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Every day, all across America, more and more teenagers are going vegetarian--and here's the book that has all the answers they want and need. The guide covers all the bases--from nutritional requirements to dealing with anxious parents and friends--and includes some easy beginner's recipes. It all adds up to the most comprehensive, accessible book of its kind.

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When my 14 yo daughter came to me and said she wanted to be a vegetarian, this is the book I got for her. We both really liked it. A very practical approach, written to teens, not down to teens. A very open-minded book, with lots of references to helpful websites. Read full review

Contents

What Being a Vegetarian Is All About
7
For the Planet
23
For Your Health
47
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Krizmanic is a former editor at Vegetarian Times who has written extensively on vegetarian health and nutrition. She also conducts vegetarian cooking workshops for teens and adults.

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