Going Vegetarian: A Guide for Teenagers

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Morrow, Jan 1, 1983 - Cooking - 278 pages
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Explains philosophical, practical, and nutritional aspects of vegetarianism, a term which had nothing to do with vegetables when coined in the 1840's. Includes more than 50 meatless recipes.

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Contents

The Age of Asparagus
3
Animal Rights
11
Human Nature
26
Why Eating Meat May Be Hazardous to Your Health
30
The Chemical Stew
40
The Cost of Meat
50
Think of the Starving
60
Summing Up
67
What You Dont Need
163
The Search for Organic
169
The Vegetarian Jock
174
The Vegetarian Weight Watcher
178
The Vegetarian Pet
182
The Vegetarian Fringe
186
Vegetarian Cooking
193
Getting Started
195

What You Need
71
Becoming a Vegetarian
73
The Nutrients
77
Carbohydrates
80
Fat
88
Protein
91
Vitamins
100
Minerals
116
What You Need
128
Putting It Together
135
Food Groups
137
Basic Grain and Bean Cooking
205
Beans and Rice and Other GrainLegume Recipes
216
Pasta and Cheese Recipes
228
Egg Recipes
237
Vegetables and SaladsSide and Center
243
Snacks Spreads and Sandwich Fillings
251
AppendixU S Dietary Goals
257
Selected Sources and Readings
259
Recommended Cookbooks
271
Index
274
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