Living Among Meat Eaters: The Vegetarian's Survival Handbook

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Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2003 - Cooking - 324 pages
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In print again after a short hiatus, and for the first time also available in a special hardcover-gift edition, Living among Meat Eaters is the book for the over 20 million Americans who have adopted vegetarianism. In this mind-bending yet practical volume, Carol J. Adams discusses summer barbecues, Thanksgiving dinner, even the simple business lunch, which can all be cause for issues-packed discussions on the vegetarian lifestyle. This book also offers more than 50 mouth-watering vegetarian recipes that work! Living among Meat Eaters will continue to be every vegetarian's (and vegan's) most trusted source of support and information.

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Living among meat eaters: the vegetarian's survival handbook

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Vegetarians abstain from eating animal products in order to lead a peaceful lifestyle, but when food choices clash, conversations and mealtimes aren't so harmonious. To aid in the discussion, Adams ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Carol J. Adams is an activist and author of The Pornography of Meat, Living Among Meat Eaters, and many other books challenging a sexist, meat-eating world. She is a sought-after speaker throughout North America and Europe, and has been invited to more than 100 campuses to show "The Sexual Politics of Meat Slide Show," which is always being updated to include contemporary cultural representations.

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