Vegan Book

Hello. I am a vegetarian, kind-of want to become a vegan, NOT a strict vegan though. I was wondering if there are any good vegan books for teens. I want to do any researching before I become a vegan if I decide to. Thanks. Links are welcome. After speaking to others on the web, I found the answer. I don’t know what sort of vegan subject matter you’re looking for, but here are any good books to start with: “Diet for a New America” by John Robbins “The Food Revolution” by John Robbins “Mad Cowboy” by Howard Lyman “No More Bull” by Howard Lyman “The China Study” by T. Colin Campbell “Vegan Freak” by Bob and Jenna Torres “Becoming Vegan” by Brenda Davis & Vesanto Melina “Skinny B***h” by Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin “Vegan with a Vengeance” by Isa Chandra Moskowitz “Veganomicon” by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero “Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World” by same “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Vegan Living” That covers everything from reasons to be vegan, to vegan nutrition, to navigating the non-vegan world, to fabulous recipes. If there’s anything else you want covered, you’ll find further reading referenced in most of those. Here you’ll find recipes, a vegan food blog, a forum where you can discuss pretty much anything with other vegans, links to a vegan public access cooking show, etc.


3 replies on “Vegan Book”

  1. J. Dree says:

    If you are interested in South Indian vegetarian cookery,”Cook and see (Samaithu par)” is the bible. It is published from Chennai, India in different languages including English. The beauty of this book is that the instructions are detailed and total. If you follow the book you will surely achieve the best results.
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  2. Paulina Nesmith245 says:

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  3. Valen Burbank says:

    Diet for A New America
    By John Robbins

    Vegetarian Times magazine
    From the outset of reading this volume I was enthralled. The book is a pleasure to read, as engrossing as the most exciting novel. Yet it deals directly with the most important personal issues and decisions of our lives. When I finished reading Diet for a New America, I knew that in my hands lay one of the most profound studies ever written of how our eating habits affect our lives, and indeed all of life on our planet . . . If you read only one book this year, let it be this one.

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