The vegan sourcebook

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Lowell House, Nov 1, 1998 - Cooking - 352 pages
More than just diet and nutrition, vegan living strives to exclude all forms of exploitation, harm, and cruelty to animals. Veganism challenges ingrained notions about the use of animals in all aspects of modern society and advocates a progressive consciousness about health and consumer choices.

The Vegan Sourcebook encompasses all aspects of vegan ethics, diet, nutrition, and lifestyle, including the philosophical, environmental, political, sociological, and nutritional perspectives of this growing worldwide movement. It includes approximately 50 meat-, egg-, and dairy-free recipes; vegan substitutions; menus; planning for adequate nutrition; and a guide to cruelty-free personal care products, household products, clothing, and footwear.

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This is a wonderful resource for anyone wanting to learn more about the vegan lifestyle. The book discuss vegan ethics and also contains a few recipes to try. Read full review

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This is a wonderful resource for anyone wanting to learn more about the vegan lifestyle. The book discuss vegan ethics and also contains a few recipes to try. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
2
THE VEGAN IDENTITY
21
THE WAY THE WEST WAS WEANED
35
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About the author (1998)

Joanne Stepaniak, M.S. Ed., is the author of "The Vegan Sourcebook, Being Vegan", and nine other vegetarian cookbooks.

Vesanto Melina, M.S., R.D., is a registered dietitian and the coauthor of "Becoming Vegetarian, Cooking Vegetarian, "and "Becoming Vegan.

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