Vegan with a Vengeance: Over 150 Delicious, Cheap, Animal-Free Recipies That Rock, by Isa Chandra Moskowitz

Vegan with a Vengeance: Over 150 Delicious, Cheap, Animal-Free Recipies That Rock, by Isa Chandra Moskowitz

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  • A Bovine bookcase. What fun. mooooooo

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  • A good read for omnivores curious about the origins of food,..(with humor.) A good gift for someone that is not already vegan. "Eating Animals explores the many fictions we use to justify our eating habits-from folklore to p... A good read for omnivores curious about the origins of food,..(with humor.) A good gift for someone that is not already vegan. "Eating Animals explores the many fictions we use to justify our eating habits-from folklore to pop culture to family traditions and national myth-and how such tales can lull us into a brutal forgetting. Marked by Foer's profound moral ferocity and unvarying generosity, as well as the vibrant style and creativity that made his previous books, Everything is Illuminated and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, widely loved, Eating Animals is a celebration and a reckoning, a story about the stories we've told-and the stories we now need to tell. "

  • Handmade items with care for the earth, your body, and animals. All vegan, all eco friendly. Reusable menstrual pads, vegan, handmade. save 10% with code thisnext

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  • Hilarity. And you learn a thing ot two.

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  • I have no idea if this is any good but god, I just love the title. Editorial Reviews From Publishers Weekly Many cultures equate meat-eating with virility, and in some societies women offer men the "best" (i.e., bloodiest) fo... I have no idea if this is any good but god, I just love the title. Editorial Reviews From Publishers Weekly Many cultures equate meat-eating with virility, and in some societies women offer men the "best" (i.e., bloodiest) food at the expense of their own nutritional needs. Building upon these observations, feminist activist Adams detects intimate links between the slaughter of animals and violence directed against women. She ties the prevalence of a carnivorous diet to patriarchal attitudes, such as the idea that the end justifies the means, and the objectification of others. In Frankenstein , Mary Shelley made her Creature a vegetarian, a point Adams relates to the Romantics' radical politics and to visionary novels by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Dorothy Bryant and others. Adams, who teaches at Perkins School of Theology, Dallas, sketches the alliance of vegetarianism and feminism in antivivisection activism, the suffrage movement and 20th-century pacifism. Her original, provocative book makes a major contribution to the debate on animal rights. Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Library Journal Writer/activist/university lecturer Adams's important and provocative work compares myths about meat-eating with myths about manliness; and explores the literary, scientific, and social connections between meat-eating, male dominance, and war. Drawing on such diverse sources as butchering texts, cookbooks, Victorian "hygiene" manuals, and Alice Walker, the author provides a compelling case for inextricably linking feminist and vegetarian theory. This book is likely to both inspire and enrage readers across the political spectrum: we learn, for example, that veal was served at Gloria Steinem's 50th birthday, as well as of the atrocities of the slaughterhouse. One wishes Adams had been more careful about documenting some of her claims--her contention, for instance, that early humans were entirely vegetarian, requires scholarly support. Nevertheless this is recommended for both public and academic collections. - Beverly Miller, Boise State Univ. Lib., Id.

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  • There are a host of reasons to not eat meat or dairy, but some of the most compelling involve thinking about just how resource-intensive cattle farming and the like really are. Eating vegan has nothing to do with self-denial -- ea... There are a host of reasons to not eat meat or dairy, but some of the most compelling involve thinking about just how resource-intensive cattle farming and the like really are. Eating vegan has nothing to do with self-denial -- eating locally grown, fresh produce, grains, and sauces make for some of the most delicious, nourishing meals you can eat, with a substantially smaller "water footprint" than what we leave behind by eating animals and animal products. Whether or not you're a committed vegan, the recipes featured in The New Vegan Cookbook are adaptable enough to fit in just about anywhere in your diet.

  • Why feed your dog vegetarian food? This food is completely free of the ingredients that are often suspected of causing allergies in dogs. Which is so good, because I hate watching my puppy run around trying to itch his allergies a... Why feed your dog vegetarian food? This food is completely free of the ingredients that are often suspected of causing allergies in dogs. Which is so good, because I hate watching my puppy run around trying to itch his allergies away. This food has oatmeal, carrots, brown rice, potatoes, omega 3 and omega 6, flaxseed, vitamin E, biotin, and kelp. Man, even I'd eat this stuff. *It has no corn, wheat, soy, dairy, or sunflower oil - the items which are suspected of causing hair loss, scratching, hives, tail biting, chewing feet, and ear infections. I want this for my pup now. I will let you know how it goes.

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  • Informative, funny, slap you in the face kind of read about all things vegan. How to avoid the awkward questions at the dinner table, etc. But this book goes beyond most others - you feel like you belong to a talented subculture a... Informative, funny, slap you in the face kind of read about all things vegan. How to avoid the awkward questions at the dinner table, etc. But this book goes beyond most others - you feel like you belong to a talented subculture after reading the first page. The authors aren't afraid to say f**k or call hippies, well, hippies. It's up front, real, genuine, and you won't be able to put it down. Hilarious. Must read for any vegan or anyone thinking about it or who just wants to see life from a vegan's perspective! Honestly guys, it's a really really good read.

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  • What can I say? This is a personal favorite of mine. Karen Dawn discusses serious animal rights issues in a lighthearted, entertaining, and informative manner that leaves you wanting more. Her insight into the treatment of animals... What can I say? This is a personal favorite of mine. Karen Dawn discusses serious animal rights issues in a lighthearted, entertaining, and informative manner that leaves you wanting more. Her insight into the treatment of animals and intuitive sharing of information that you may have never known before is what gets you hooked. Not to mention she's a fantastic writer. I found myself laughing out loud countless times while reading it. Great pictures, too! A must have!!

  • This cute little guy pushes me toward vegetarianism every time I see him.

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