How to Eat Like a Vegetarian Even If You Never Want to be One: More Than 250 Shortcuts, Strategies, and Simple Solutions

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Lantern Books, 2008 - Cooking - 214 pages
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Don't have time to cook? Don't like to follow recipes? Cutting back on meat but don't know what to serve? Want an easy way to eat healthfully? This is the book for you. The lists, charts, and hints in this book will reward you with meals, snacks, and surprises that are as easy to make as they are delicious.
Contents include:
  • Two Hundred (and More ) Ways to Eat Like A Vegetarian
  • How to Cook Like a Vegetarian
  • Vegetarian Cooking without Recipes
  • Everything In Its Season
  • Thinking and Feeling Like a Vegetarian, If You Want To...
  • Appendix I: Resources for Eating, Thinking, and Feeling Like a Vegetarian
  • Appendix II: Guide to Ingredients

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eating well

User Review  - wildflowers9 -

The title of the book tells it like it is. We all have choices and hopefully reading this book will encourage us to eat healthier and to consider eating vegetarian. Read full review

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User Review  - wintergreens - LibraryThing

One of those books that is most useful for people trying to learn to cook vegetarian/vegan, or just trying to eat less meat. Has a lot of tips for busy people so that meal prep goes more quickly, and helps plan parties, lunches, etc. Read full review


Two Hundred and More Ways to Eat like A Vegetarian
How to Cook like a Vegetarian
Vegetarian Cooking like a Vegetarian
Everything in Its Season
Thinking and Feeling like a Vegetarian if You Want To
Resources for Eating Thinking and Feeling like a Vegetarian
Guide to Ingredients
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Carol J. Adams is the author of the landmark book The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory and The Pornography of Meat. Besides advancing scholarship and developing theory in the area of interlocking oppressions, Carol has created a series of books that address the vegetarian/vegan experience: Living Among Meat Eaters: The Vegetarian Survival Guide, Help! My Child Stopped Eating Meat! and The Inner Art of Vegetarianism and Meditations on the Inner Art of Vegetarianism. She lives outside Dallas, Texas.Patti Breitman is a literary agent and an expert public speaker. She is a former food columnist for VegNews magazine and teaches cooking classes throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, where she lives. She is the author (with Connie Hatch) of How to Say No without Feeling Guilty.

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