Vegetarianism, a way of life
Describes the three basic vegetarian diets--lacto-ovo, lacto, and vegan, examines the history of meat as a status symbol and the history of the vegetarian movement, and deals with vegetarianism in literature and religion
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The Three Basic Vegetarian Diets
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