The complete guide and cookbook for raising your child as a vegetarian

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Schocken Books, 1981 - Cooking - 337 pages
States the principles of vegetarianism, explains how to make sure children have a balanced diet, and provides recipes for healthful sweets, snacks, and meals that appeal to children

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Contents

Becoming a Vegetarian Family
3
Can the Vegetarian Child Get Enough Protein?
14
Food for Fuel
25
Vitamins and Minerals
36
Overused and Underrated
63
The Stages of Growth and the Vegetarian Child
73
Feeding the Unborn Child
75
Born Vegetarian
95
Vegetarian Childrens Favorite Recipes
191
Vegetarian Food for Babies
193
Breakfast Recipes
203
Soups
214
AllAmerican Complementaryprotein Main Dishes
222
Vegetable Dishes
250
Sweets Without Sugar
275
Shakes Punches and Juices
307

First Foods
111
Ages Two to Five
128
School Days School DaysThose Good Old Lunchaway fromhome Days
151
The Vegetarian Teenager
169
Sandwiches and Other Lunchbox Suggestions
321
Bibliography
325
Index
328
Copyright

About the author (1981)

She is a licensed psychologist, family therapist, author of Estrogen: The Natural Way, and mother of two grown-up daughters. She lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.

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