Vegan: the new ethics of eating

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McBooks Press, 1998 - Cooking - 211 pages
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With a straightforawrd, clear approach, Erik Marcus details the health advances, the social advantages, and the ethical progress, with regards to the animals who share our planet, to be achieved from adopting a diet entirely based on plants.

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Interesting book...I thought some of the benefits attributed to a vegan diet were probably a little overblown, or at least were not put in perspective with other lifestyle choices (like exercise), but ... Read full review

Review: Vegan: The New Ethics of Eating

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Interesting book...I thought some of the benefits attributed to a vegan diet were probably a little overblown, or at least were not put in perspective with other lifestyle choices (like exercise), but ... Read full review

Contents

PART II
87
PART III
151
appendix a The New Four Food Groups
192
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About the author (1998)

Erik Marcus is a writer and public speaker who is dedicated to the advocacy of vegan and vegetarian diets. He is a graduate of Columbia University, where he earned his master's degree in teaching writing. He lives in Cupertion, California.

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