Living Among Meat Eaters: The Vegetarian's Survival Handbook

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Three Rivers Press, 2001 - Vegetarian cookery - 324 pages
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A survival guide for vegetarians who live and eat with meat eaters shares practical advice and easy-to-follow strategies for entertaining and dining out, avoiding conflict over food choices, and transforming one's personal eating habits, and presents fifty favorite vegetarian recipes for everyone to enjoy.

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This work is mis-labeled as a cookbook; it really isn't, although there are a few recipes at the end. It's much more a strident and very defensive argument for vegetarianism as a way of life. As an ... Read full review

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

Contents

When Worlds Collide 1
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Are You At Peace?
18
Repairing the Hole in Our Conscience
36
Copyright

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Carol J. Adams is a nationally known writer and lecturer on the vegetarian lifestyle, constantly speaking at conferences an academic meetings and on college campuses across the country. Her landmark book "The Sexual Politics of Meat" was recently reissue on its 10th anniversary. She also authored the "Inner Art of Vegetarianism" series. Adams lives in Texas.

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