Being Vegan

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McGraw Hill Professional, Aug 1, 2000 - Cooking - 214 pages
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In Being Vegan, renowned activist and award-winning on-line columnist Joanne Stepaniak presents the definitive Q&A primer on an often misunderstood life choice. Fielding questions from friends and foes, she describes how compassion, kindness, and mercy to animals can be integrated into everyday life. It covers living the vegan philosophy and ethic, discovering hidden animal products and ingredients, and more.

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User Review  - Peacegal - Goodreads

Vegan is not the totality of a person's life; it is merely a philosophy that helps shape who we are and how we see the world as we participate in life. - Joanne Stepaniak, “Being Vegan” Being Vegan ... Read full review

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User Review  - Scarlett B - Goodreads

This is pretty ho-hum compared to other books I've read about vegetarianism/veganism. I didn't like the writing style... it was too light, gentle.. hippyish. Read full review


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Joanne Stepaniak, M.S.Ed., is a writer, an educator, a cooking instructor, and the author of several cookbooks, including The Saucy Vegetarian and Vegan Vittles.

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